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Gal Costa - Odara album flac

  • Performer: Gal Costa
  • Album: Odara
  • FLAC: 1515 mb | MP3: 1866 mb
  • Released: 1995
  • Style: MPB
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 285
Gal Costa - Odara album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Odara
Written-By – Caetano Veloso

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Sonopress-Rimo da Amazônia Indústria e Comércio Fonográfica Ltda.
  • Manufactured For – BMG Ariola Discos Ltda.
  • Distributed By – BMG Ariola Discos Ltda.


  • Art Direction – Sérgio De Carvalho
  • Producer – Jaques Morelenbaum

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 54304-01

Watch the video for Odara from Gal Costa's Maxximum - Gal Costa for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Maxximum - Gal Costa.

Mina Dagua Do Meu Canto. 1995 bmg brasil ltda.

Mina D´Água Do Meu Canto ‎(CD, Album).

ndia is the fourth studio album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released on 1973 by Philips Records. Its major hits were "Índia", "Volta" and "Desafinado". ndia is an MPB album, with influences from tropicália, folk, psychedelic, jazz, funk and rock. The artwork depicts Gal Costa semi-nude with indigenous Brazilian vests. It was originally censored by the Brazilian military government, but the full artwork was released by Costa in 2015.

Translations: English. Pro meu corpo ficar Odara. Minha cuca ficar Odara. Que é pro mundo ficar Odara. Pra ficar tudo jóia rara. Qualquer coisa que se sonhara.

Legal is an album by Brazilian singer-songwriter Gal Costa, released in 1970. Legal is diversely influenced by psychedelic music, blues, and R&B. The album cover is designed by Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica. Chiquinho de Moraes - Arrangement, piano. Jards Macalé - Arrangement. Lanny Gordin - Arrangement, guitar. Hélio Oiticica - Artwork. Claudio Bertrami - Bass.

Onde Está o Dinheiro, 02:24. Alguém Me Disse, 03:44. Anos Dourados, 03:10. Caminhos do Mar, 04:12.

Listen to Gal Costa Odara MP3 song. Brazil is released on Mar 2013. The duration of song is 04:16. This song is sung by Gal Costa.

The album begins with a flutter of psychedelic echo effects, dissolving into gloriously lush string arrangements and lighthearted organ on "Nao Identificado," a brilliant opening track that introduces Costa's velvety voice, gently at first, as if to ease the listener into the new sounds about to be revealed. Softly glowing chamber pop arrangements like "Lost in Paradise" melt into unchained grooves and buzzing fuzz guitar bug-outs like the Gilberto Gil-aided "Namorinho de Portão" and the child-like singsonginess of "Divino Maravilhoso.