Tito Marcelo | Frágil Verde, Força de Quebrar

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Frágil Verde, Força de Quebrar

by Tito Marcelo

Fully composed by an unquiet heart, this Brazilian contemporary pop album takes you to a journey through various musical nuances.
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Pop
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1. Amanda
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2. Coisa Boa
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3. O Contrário
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4. Natureza Menina
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5. Outubro
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6. Bem Maior
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7. Perdido Pra Lua (feat. Barbara Mendes)
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8. Pelo Rio
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9. Algo a Se Buscar
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10. Rostos Virados
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
All songs were composed by Tito Marcelo, and arranged and produced by Renato Fonseca.
The awesome band was formed by André Vasconcellos (bass), João Viana (drums), Renato Fonseca (keyboards) and Vinicius Rosa (guitars).
The disc had the very special participation of Barbara Mendes (featured voice), Lui Coimbra (cello), Marcelo Martins (sax and flute), Marco Vasconcellos (guitar) and Gennaro (accordion).
The tracks were recorded and mixed by Daniel Musy (Madre Musica Studio), and masterized by André Dias (Post Modern Mastering), from February to August of 2011.
The art design was made by Daniel Brito, with photos of Paula Ragucci.


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