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10-05-2016, 11:51
Folk | Latin | FLAC / APE

Title: Aconteceu
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Universal
Genre: Fado
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 00:59:11
Total Size: 320 MB


CD 1: Á Porta Do Fado
01. Por Um Dia (03:36)
02. Ao Poeta Perguntei (02:07)
03. O Que Foi Que Aconteceu (03:40)
04. Ouvi Dizer Que Me Esqueceste (03:27)
05. Fado de Pessoa (03:44)
06. Amor de Uma Noite (03:14)
07. Eu Quero (03:03)
08. Bailinbu a Portuguesa (02:41)
09. Creio (02:01)
10. Atraves Do Teu Coracao (02:41)

CD 2: Dentro De Casa
01. Como o tempo corre (03:00)
02. Hoje tudo me entristece (03:11)
03. Passos na rua (03:01)
04. Mouraria (02:18)
05. Fado menor (03:39)
06. Dentro da tempestade (03:01)
07. Cumplicidade (02:16)
08. O meu amigo joao (02:23)
09. Venho falar dos meus medos (03:01)
10. Nada que devas saber (03:12)

“Ana was born in Santarem, the bustling capital of the Ribatejo. Like young people everywhere, she soon developed an appreciation for other styles of music. The lure of singing fado, however, never waned.
In her late teens, at a Christmas party that was attended by a lot of fadistas (fado singers) and guitarists, she sang again and, as fate would have it, noted fado vocalist Maria de Fe was in the audience and was duly impressed. Later that evening, Ana Moura was invited to sing at her Fado house – Sr. Vinho. It was a turning point in Ana Moura’s career.
In 2003 her first solo album was released. “Guarda-me a Vida na Mao” has received great reviews from the media, but was also greatly accepted by the audience, both Portuguese and international. She starts to tour through out the world, having performed at the prestigious Town Hall, in the United States.
At the same time as the tremendous success of her European concerts, Ana Moura began to work on her next album, “Aconteceu” – released in 2004. The selection of songs resulted “Aconteceu”, a double record divided in two different theme areas: - the first cd, called “A Porta do Fado”, approaches the classic Fado and the second cd, named “Dentro de Casa”, is all about traditional Fado. Jorge Fernando, who also made most of the arrangements, was the producer, like in her first album.
As the release of “Aconteceu” was happening, Ana Moura is invited to perform at the prominent Carnegie Hall in New York, as well in some other North American cities. With sold out venue, she became the first Portuguese singer performing on this legendary New Yorker place.
Due to her international success, and with a growing audience in the Netherlands, Ana Moura is invited to do another tour there, performing this time in a very special venue: the known Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. She played in France, United States and China too and was also nominated to one of the most prestigious prizes in the World Music area – the Edison Awards.
It’s about this time that Tim Ries (Rolling Stones saxophonist who was delighted with Ana’s voice, which he met through a record he bought in Japan) invites Ana Moura to participate in the 2nd volume of the “Rolling Stones Project”, a project conceived by him. So, taking advantage of the Stones concert in Oporto, Ana Moura records two songs adapted to Fado by Jorge Fernando and Custodio Castelo. Later, in June 2007, Mick Jagger and his invitation to come on stage at Alvalade XXI Stadium, in front of 30 thousand people to sing “No expectations” with him, would surprise Ana Moura. This invitation happened after a Rolling Stones visit to the nightclub where Ana Moura usually performs. From this friendship comes Tim Ries participation (plays in “A Sos Com a Noite” and as author in “Velho Anjo”) in the one that would be the Ana Moura’s third album.

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