Luciano Abruzez | Vinte e Um

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Vinte e Um

by Luciano Abruzez

The first album of the brazilian musician, Luciano Abruzez sounds like a mix of pop, rock, soul and brazilian music. In 2008, with 21 years old, he recorded and produced four own songs in his home-studio. He sings, plays guitar, drums and percussion.
Genre: Latin: MPB
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1. Acaso do pensamento Luciano Abruzez; Ricardo Fernandes
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2. O que te faz sonhar? Luciano Abruzez
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6:03 album only
3. Eu te amo Luciano Abruzez
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4:32 album only
4. 4U (Freedom) Luciano Abruzez
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The project of the EP "Vinte e Um (Twenty-one)" began in early of 2008 after a trip of the brazilian musician Luciano Abruzez to California and Hawaii, USA. There, during the luais on the beach or at the informal meetings of hotels to backpackers, he met people from many diferent nationalities who enjoyed their music and encouraged him to record it.
He was 21 years old and decided to do that. Brought some basic equipments from the trip and created a home-studio, where he recorded and produced the album. Abruzez sings, plays acoustic guitar, eletric guitar, drums and percussion. The EP "Vinte e Um" sounds like a mix of pop, rock, soul and brazilian music and is characterized by its acoustic textures.
In 2010 the album was one of the top sellers of Tratore, the biggest independent distributor of Brazil.


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