Gal Costa by Gal Costa
Originally released in 1969, Gal Costa's second album is one of the finest releases to come out of Brazil's Tropicalia movement. Featuring song writing and vocal help from two of the original Tropicalismos, Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa flows effortlessly between shredding psychedelia and smooth bossa nova. An essential record for anyone that appreciates the far reaches of Brazilian popular music. Includes the classic tracks Baby and Não Identificado.
1. Não Identificado
3. Lost in the Paradise
4. Namorinho de Port
6. Se Vocensa
7. Vou Recomecar
8. Divino, Maravilhoso
9. Que Pena (Ela Ja NGosta Mais de Mim)
11. Coisa Mais Linda Que Existe
12. Deus O Amor
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