A poet devoted to writing books, Vinicius De Moraes started a partnership with Antonio Carlos Jobim, writing essential pieces for Brazilian music. His lyrics were somewhere between the dark, dramatic, and painful samba-ballads" and the solar lightness of Bossa Nova, which prevailed from 1958 on, when Joo Gilberto had many hit singles with the duo's songs. After the '60s he kept his high standards, writing with such partners as Carlos Lyra, Baden Powell, Edu Lobo and Toquinho.
1. Minha Namorada [Live]
2. Chega De Saudade [Live 1992]
3. Canto De Ossanha
4. Agua De Beber [1963 Version]
6. Sabe Voc
7. Samba Da Volta
8. Samba Em Preludio [Album Version]
9. Samba De Orly (Samba De Fiumicino)
10. Pra Que Chorar
11. Ela Carioca
12. Se Todos Fossem Iguais Voc
13. Samba Da Beno
14. Carta Ao Tom 74
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