A bit more straightforward, more modern, and more electric than some of LuizGonzaga's work of the 70s – but still a darn nice album, performed with an instantly appealing charm, and a spacious sense of soul that allows Luiz many different voices at once. Titles include "Questao De Fe", "Ponto De Interrogacao", "A Marcha Do Povo Doido", "Libertad Mariposa", "Bie Bie Brazil", "Da Vida", and "A Cicade Contra O Crime". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the heavy lyric sleeve, with some stains. Cover has light wear and aging.)
LuizGonzagaJr (Gonzaguinha) —
Gravido ... LP EMI (Brazil), 1984. Very Good+ ...
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LuizGonzagaJr in the 80s – not as revolutionary as he once was, and with distinctly modern touches on the keyboards and production, but still relatively compelling overall. A few tracks sound as if they got trapped in a new wave time warp, but overall there's a fairly solid MPB style to the record that suits Luiz well enough. Titles include "Gravido", "Nem O Pobre Nem O Rei", "Rosa Povo", "Cabeca", "Meninos Eu Vi", "Days After That Day", and "Lindo Lago Do Amor". LP, Vinyl record album
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