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Fado em mim

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Loucura
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Poetas
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Chuva
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Maria Lisboa
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O Gente Da Minha Terra
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Que Deus Me Perdoe
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Ha Festa a Mouraria
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Terra D'Agua
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Oica La O Senhor Vinho
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Por Ti!
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Oxala
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Barco Negro
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O gente da minha Terra (piano version)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 45:48

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Gosh!

Theo59

What an amazing singer - Mariza's mastery over her (vocal) instrument is breathtaking: Controlled yet passionate; robust yet tender; strong yet vulnerable . . . why isn't this woman isn't lauded across the world?!

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Melting Slowly

Muselmann

I am a sucker for melancholy women's voices. This is simply overwhelming beautiful. Nice for a quiet summer evnenig...

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So good

squeej

She's just today's best Fado singer. I also have Fado Curvo & Transparente. I love her.

They Say All Music Guide

Though she’s undoubtedly resigned to nearly eternal comparisons with Amalia Rodrigues, the master of Portugal’s fado, Mariza’s debut album finds her breaking out of the mold from the beginning. Newcomers to the fado will quickly become familiar with the style from the plaintive crystal of Mariza’s voice and her evocative guitar accompaniment, but her delivery occasionally recalls jazz or the blues. Double bassist Ricardo Cruz and pianist Tiago Machado help carry the effervescent “Poetas,” while light percussion adds a note of intrigue on the closer, “Barco Negro.” – John Bush