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Mariza - Best Of Mariza [Special Edition] (2014)

5-08-2014, 17:45
Music | World | Folk | Latin

Mariza - Best Of Mariza [Special Edition] (2014)

Artist: Mariza
Title Of Album: Best Of Mariza (Special Edition)
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Fado/World/Folk
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 106:08
Total Size: 230 Mb

1. Loucura (3:28)
2. Chuva (4:04)
3. É Ou Não É (2:11)
4. Maria Lisboa (2:42)
5. Menino Do Bairro Negro (2:54)
6. Há Palavras Que nos Beijam (2:52)
7. O Tempo Não Pára (3:55)
8. Rosa Branca (2:46)
9. Primavera (4:42)
10. Barco Negro (4:00)
11. Meu Fado Meu (3:26)
12. Medo (2:59)
13. Promete, Jura (Fado Sérgio) (3:53)
14. Feira de Castro (2:33)
15. Há uma Música do Povo (3:08)
16. Recusa (2:14)
17. Cavaleiro Monge (3:40)
18. Oiça Lá Ó Senhor Vinho (2:58)
19. Ó Gente Da Minha Terra (4:02)
20. Smile (Faixa Bonus) (3:42)

1. Quando Me Sinto Só (2:55)
2. O Silêncio Da Guitarra (2:48)
3. As Meninas dos Meus Olhos (Fado Alfacinha) (2:32)
4. Minh'Alma (4:01)
5. Beijo de Saudade feat. Tito Paris (4:13)
6. Transparente (2:28)
7. Poetas (3:23)
8. Fado Curvo (2:50)
9. Vielas De Alfama (3:58)
10. Já Me Deixou (3:47)
11. Há Festa Na Mouraria (3:12)
12. Que Deus Me Perdoe (3:34)

In less than twelve years, Mariza has risen from a well hidden local phenomenon, known only to a small circle of admirers in Lisbon, to one of the most widely acclaimed stars of the World Music circuit.

No Portuguese artist since Amália Rodrigues has experienced such a triumphant international career, accumulating success after success on the most prestigious world stages, raving reviews from the most demanding music critics worldwide and countless international awards and distinctions. As usual, her musical partners are simply only the best: Jacques Morelenbaum and John Mauceri, José Merced and Miguel Poveda, Gilberto Gil and Ivan Lins, Lenny Kravitz and Sting, Cesária Évora and Tito Paris, Carlos do Carmo and Rui Veloso. An her repertoire, while firmly rooted in classical and contemporary Fado, has grown to include occasional Cape Verdean mornas, Rhythm and Blues classics or any other themes she holds dear to her heart.

In the past twelve years, Mariza has long passed the stage of a mere exotic episode in the World Music scene, ready to be replaced by whatever new colourful phenomenon appears in another geographic corner of the recording industry’s market. She proved to be a major international artist, strongly original and immensely gifted, from whom much is yet to be expected in the future. The young girl from Mozambique, raised in the popular Lisbon neighbourhood of Mouraria, has mastered the roots of her musical culture and developed into an universal artist who is able to open herself to the world without ever losing her heartfelt sense of Portuguese identity. And Portuguese audiences are the first to acknowledge this triumph and pay her back with unlimited love and gratitude.

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