Gal Costa is the first solo album by the Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released in 1969. It was ranked the 80th best Brazilian album of all time by the Brazilian Rolling Stone magazine. Considered one of the most representative records of the countercultural Tropicália movement, the album features songwriting by various artist associated with the movement, with whom Costa had previously worked with in the 1968 collaboration album Tropicália: ou Panis et Circencis.
Genre: Latin Album: A Diva From Bahia. The Definitive Collection. o Louco (So Crazy) Written-By – Dorival Caymmi. Trem Das Onze (The Train At 1. 0) Written-By – Adoniran Barbosa. Mamãe Coragem (Heroic Mother) Written-By – Caetano Veloso, Torquato Neto.
Definitive Collection. Audio CD, July 27, 2004. 8. Bahia de Todas as Contas (Bahia of All the Beads). 10. Desafinado (Out of Tune). I found out about Gal Costa through reading Caetano Veloso's Tropical Truth. I was unaware of her until then. What an enchanting voice this woman possesses. Very sweet and tender.
Lyrics to London London by Gal Costa from the A Diva from Bahia. Gal Costa (born Maria da Graça Costa Penna Burgos on September 26, 1945, in Salvador, Bahia) is a Brazilian singer of popular music. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: 30DaySinger.
The Great Diva from Bahia is Back with this Superb Album Paying a Tribute to a Very Special Friend, Great Maestro and Composer Tom Jobim. Later came the courage to come down to Rio and São Paulo. The first show in São Paulo, "Arena Canta Bahia", wasn't exactly a hit but who ever saw it, will never forget it: Gal still called herself "Gracinha", was quiet and thoughtful, listening most of the time and being only listened when she sang Bossa Nova standards.
A Diva from Bahia - The Definitive Collection. Gal Costa (born Maria da Graça Costa Penna Burgos on September 26, 1945 in Salvador, Bahia) is a Brazilian singer of popular music. Gal Costa was born on September 26, 1945 on Barra, one of the most traditional neighbourhoods of Salvador, to Mariah Costa Penna (d. 1993) and Arnaldo Burgos (d. 1960). During her pregnancy, Mariah spent hours concentrated listening to classical music, as in a ritual, with the intention that her child would become interested in music.
The Definitive Collection (DeBarge album). Soon after the move, Veloso won a music contest and was signed to his first label. He became one of the founders of Tropicalismo with a group of several other musicians and artists-including his sister Maria Bethânia-in the same period. The album, like his predecessor, is very eclectic (a characteristic of the Tropicália movement), with songs that vary from Bossa Nova, Psychedelic rock, Carnival music, traditional Bahian music, Fado, Tango, and others. It has songs in Portuguese, Spanish, and English.
Gal Costa (born Maria da Graça Costa Penna Burgos) is a Brazilian singer of popular music. Studio albums: 1967 - Domingo (& Caetano Veloso) 1968 - Gal Costa 1969 - Gal 1970 - LeGal 1973 - Índia 1974 - Cantar 1976 - Gal Canta Caymmi 1977 - Caras e Bocas 1978 - Água Viva 1979 - Gal Tropical 1980 - Aquarela do Brasil 1981 - Fantasia 1982 - Minha Voz 1983 - Baby Gal 1983 - Gabriela (& Antônio Carlos Jobim) 1984 - Profana 1985 - Bem Bom 1987 - Lua de Mel Como o Diabo Gosta. 1971 - Fa-Tal - Gal a Todo Vapor 1974 - Temporada de Verão (Ao Vivo na Bahia) 1976 - Doces Bárbaros (& Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia, Gilberto Gil) 2CD 1986 - Rio Revisted (& Antônio Carlos Jobim) 1997 - Acústico MTV 1999 - Canta Tom Jobim Ao Vivo 2CD 2006 - Gal Costa: Ao Vivo 2006 - Live at The Blue Note 2013 - Recanto Ao Vivo.
|1||Que Pena (Ele Já Não Gosta Mais de Min (So Sorry She Does Not Like Me Jorge Ben||Gal Costa feat: Caetano Veloso||3:38|
|2||Coração Vagabundo (My Vagabond Heart) Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||2:27|
|3||Baby Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa feat: Caetano Veloso||3:35|
|4||Luz Do Sol (Sunlight) Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||4:06|
|5||Balancê (Dancing) João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro||Gal Costa||3:10|
|6||Aquarela Do Brasil (Colours of Brazil) Ary Barroso||Gal Costa||3:29|
|7||Festa Do Interior (Country Party) Moraes Moreira / Abel Silva||Gal Costa||3:15|
|8||Bahia de Todas as Contas (Bahia of All the Beads) Gilberto Gil||Gal Costa||3:59|
|9||Açaí (Fruit) Djavan||Gal Costa||3:02|
|10||Desafinado (Out of Tune) Antônio Carlos Jobim||Gal Costa||2:42|
|11||Não Identificado (Unidentified) Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||3:21|
|12||London London Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||3:59|
|13||So Louco (So Crazy)||Gal Costa||3:14|
|14||Trem das Onze (The Train at 11.00) Adoniran Barbosa||Gal Costa||5:02|
|15||Mamãe Coragem (Heroic Mother) Torquato Neto / Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||2:32|
|16||Maria Joana Sidney Miller||Gal Costa||1:44|
|17||Esotérica (Esoteric) Gilberto Gil||Gal Costa||4:15|
|18||Modinha Para Gabriela||Gal Costa||3:04|
|19||Força Estranha Caetano Veloso||Gal Costa||3:36|
|20||Sua Estupidez (Your Foolishness) Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos||Gal Costa||3:52|
|21||India James Flores / M. Ortiz Guerrero||Gal Costa||4:40|
|22||Sonho Meu (My Dream) Délcio Carvalho||Gal Costa feat: Maria Bethânia||2:52|
CreditsAdoniran Barbosa - Composer
Ary Barroso - Composer
Jorge Ben - Composer
Maria Bethânia - Primary Artist
Erasmo Carlos - Composer
Roberto Carlos - Composer
Délcio Carvalho - Composer
Gal Costa - Primary Artist
João de Barro - Composer
Djavan - Composer
James Flores - Composer
Gilberto Gil - Composer
M. Ortiz Guerrero - Composer
Marcos Issa - Photography
Antônio Carlos Jobim - Composer
Sidney Miller - Composer
Moraes Moreira - Composer
Torquato Neto - Composer
Alberto Ribeiro - Composer
Abel Silva - Composer
Caetano Veloso - Composer, Primary Artist