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Courage is an album by Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist Milton Nascimento featuring performances recorded in 1968 and released on the CTI label. All compositions by Milton Nascimento except where noted. Bridges (Travessia)" (Nascimento, Fernando Brant, Gene Lees) - 3:52. Outubro (October)" (Brant, Nascimento) - 4:12. Courage" (Nascimento, Paul Williams) - 3:25. Rio Vermelho" - 3:23. Gira Girou (Round and Round)" - 3:26.
Milton Nascimento (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born October 26, 1942) is a prominent Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist. Milton Nascimento was born in Rio de Janeiro. His mother, Maria Nascimento, was a maid. As a baby, Nascimento was adopted by a couple who were his mother's former employers; Josino Brito Campos, a bank employee, mathematics teacher and electronic technician and Lília Silva Campos, a music teacher and choir singer.
The music of Milton Nascimento ranges from the earthy to the angelic, both mysterious and plainspoken, haunting and sublime. Eumir Deodato, who provided string arrangements for Clube Da Esquina and subsequently worked with Roberta Flack, Frank Sinatra, and Kool & the Gang, heard in Nascimento parallels to classical music, but admitted: To date I have not managed to discover the rhythmic impulse he gives to his songs. It is something new, mysterious, intriguing and challenging. It’s no coincidence then that Nascimento references the Mexican Revolution hero Emiliano Zapata in the first minute of the album. Totalitarian government, like all tyrannies, certainly could not exist without destroying the public realm of lif. y isolating men, wrote Hannah Arendt in her 1951 classic The Origins of Totalitarianism.
Milton Nascimento (born 26 October, 1942) is a Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist, who is considered one of the foremost icons of Brazilian popular music. His work spans a multitude of genres, from contemporary folk to jazz, and is often rooted in the traditional and indigenous music of the country. Nascimento was born in Rio de Janeiro, and grew up in Três Pontas, Minas Gerais. His mother was the maid Maria do Carmo Nascimento.
Nascimento's mother was the maid Maria do Carmo Nascimento. As a baby, Milton Nascimento was adopted by his mother's former employers: the couple Josino Brito Campos, a banker employee, mathematics teacher and electronic technician; and Lília Silva Campos, a music teacher and choir singer. When he was 18 months old, Nascimento's biological mother died, and he moved with his adopted parents to the city of Três Pontas, in the state of Minas Gerais. Nascimento co-wrote and performed the song "Breath After Breath", featured on the band's 1993 album Duran Duran. He also performed with the band in concert when they toured in Brazil in support of that album. In 1996, Nascimento contributed the song "Dancing" to the AIDS-Benefit Album Red Hot + Rio produced by the Red Hot Organization. In 2004, he worked with the brazilian Heavy Metal band Angra, in the song "Late Redemption".
Milton Nascimento ao Vivo (1983). His output through the rest of the 1980s and '90s has been steady and reliable, though never musically predictable. Like any true jazz and pop veteran, Nascimento has a deep need to keep challenging himself, vocally, lyrically, and stylistically. That album helped to solidify Nascimento's place on the international jazz and pop scene in the 1970s. Whatever he writes and sings about, be it the planet, ways of living, and loving and dying, his music has always carried an eternally optimistic spirit. As he entered the millennium, Nascimento won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Pop Album for 1999's Crooner at the first annual Latin Grammy Awards in fall 2000.
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|Guardanapos De Papel (Portuguese Version)||5:24|
|Cuerpo Y Alma||3:59|
|Janela Para O Mundo||4:04|
|E Agora, Rapaz?||4:43|
|Levantados Do Chão||3:16|
|Ol' Man River||3:33|
|Os Tambores De Minas||3:19|
|Biromes Y Servilletas (Spanish Version)||5:24|
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|0093624918219||Milton Nascimento||Nascimento (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||0093624918219||Europe||2016|