Gal Costa - Índia album
Gal Costa (born Maria da Graça Costa Penna Burgos on 26 September 1945) is a Brazilian singer of popular music. Her mother, Mariah Costa Penna (deceased 1993) spent hours listening to classical music during her pregnancy in hopes that Gal would be interested in music. Gal's father, Arnaldo Burgos (deceased 1960), died when Gal was 15 years old and the two would never meet.
ndia (LP, Album, RE, RP). Philips. ndia (LP, Album, Unofficial).
More albums from Gal Costa: Agua Viva by Gal Costa. Lua De Mel Como O Diabo Gosta by Gal Costa. Gal Canta Caymmi by Gal Costa. Bem-Bom by Gal Costa. Todas As Coisas E Eu by Gal Costa. Recanto by Gal Costa. Profana by Gal Costa. View all albums . Índia.
ndia is the fourth studio album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released on 1973 by Philips Records Contents. The artwork depicts Gal Costa semi-nude with indigenous Brazilian vests. It was originally censored by the Brazilian military government, but the full artwork was released by Costa in 2015 Release Reception.
ndia (Gal Costa album). ndia is an 1973 studio album by the singer Gal Costa. Its major hits were "Índia," "Volta," and "Desafinado.
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.
ndia finds Costa drawing upon her past and pushing deeper into Brazilian mainstream pop (often shortened to MPB). Gil served as musical director and guitarist, while Veloso penned two songs. The show-stopping title track-arranged by Rogério Duprat, the George Martin of Tropicália-reveals an orchestral lushness not heard since Costa’s 1967 debut. The rest of the album perhaps doesn’t push boundaries like the cover photo and title track, but after the outrageous psychedelia of albums like 1969’s Gal, where else could she go? Instead, Índia revealed Costa to be an elegant interpreter of others’ songs, a trajectory that has subsequently made her a superstar in her home country. It shows that a former tropicalista like Costa could do more than just shock and astound; she could also seduce.
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Album · 1973 · 9 Songs. Gal Costa Canta Tom Jobim (Ao Vivo). Divino Maravilhoso - Gal Costa Interpreta Caetano Veloso.