Caetano Veloso (A Little More Blue) is written on spine and labels. Includes printed inner sleeve and 11" x 11" lyric sheet.
Caetano Veloso is the debut solo album by the artist of the same name, released in Brazil in 1968. He had released Domingo the year before in collaboration with Gal Costa.
Bossa Nova with a tinge of sadness and longing is the predominate feel for Caetano Veloso's third self titled album being actually his sixth if you count the first with Gal Costa, "Domingo". He had good reason to be sad as he had been kicked out of his home country Brazil for being subversive and actually had spent time in jail but no one knew what for but the government did not seem interested in the detail.
Lilith present a reissue of Caetano Veloso's Caetano Veloso (A Little More Blue), originally issued in 1971. Often referred to as "Brazil's unofficial poet laureate" and the "Bob Dylan of Brazil", this heavyweight of Brazilian music was also a young revolutionary who used his music to protest against Brazil's oppressive military regime.
Caetano Veloso is the third self-titled album by Caetano Veloso. It was recorded in England, when the artist was in an exile imposed by the Brazilian government of the time for being subversive. It is mostly sung in English and portrays a sad tone throughout, reflecting his feelings about homesickness and the absence of his family and friends. It was released first in Europe, and then in Brazil, in 1971. All tracks written by Caetano Veloso except where noted. Johnny Clamp – Photography.
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All the great songs and lyrics from the "Caetano Veloso (A Little More Blue)" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Caetano Emanuel Viana Teles Veloso (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born August 7, 1942), better known as Caetano Veloso, is a Brazilian composer, singer, guitarist, writer, and political activist. Veloso first became known for his participation in the Brazil. ore . Year: 1971.
Caetano Veloso (1971 album). Caetano Veloso is the third self-titled album by Caetano Veloso. It is mostly sung in English, differing a lot from his previous albums. It has a sad tone throughout it, reflecting his feelings about being far from his home country, his family and friends. From the album booklet: Caetano Veloso was a superstar in Brazil. A Little More Blue" and "London, London" were the very first songs to be written after leaving Brazil. If You Hold a Stone", which is dedicated to Lygia Clark, and "Shoot Me Dead" are contemporary proverbs.