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Wilson Moreira e Nei Lopes

Wilson Moreira e Nei Lopes

Wilson Moreira e Nei Lopes


Wilson Moreira & Nei Lopes. Wilson Moreira (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 12 December 1936 - 6 September 2018) was a Brazilian sambista, singer and songwriter. Nei Braz Lopes (born May 9, 1942 in Irajá, Rio de Janeiro) is a singer, composer, lawyer, writer and historian. Wilson Moreira's partnership with Nei Lopes proved to be one of the most creative of the history of samba with gems like the Clara Nunes' hit "Coisa da Antiga," "Goiabada Cascão," "Gostoso Veneno" (recorded by Alcione in 1978 on her eponymous LP Read more on Last.fm
Wilson Moreira & Nei Lopes. Wilson Moreira (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 12 December 1936 - 6 September 2018) was a Brazilian sambista, singer and songwriter. Nei Braz Lopes (born May 9, 1942 in Irajá, Rio de Janeiro) is a singer, composer, lawyer, writer and historian. Wilson Moreira's partnership with Nei Lopes proved to be one of the most creative of the history of samba with gems like the Clara Nunes' hit "Coisa da Antiga," "Goiabada Cascão," "Gostoso Veneno" (recorded by Alcione in 1978 on her eponymous LP, later transformed into the theme of a nationwide TV Globo soap opera), and "Senhora Liberdade" (which became an anthem in the campaign for the direct vote after the end of the military dictatorship in 1989). They also recorded two fundamental samba albums, A Arte Negra de Wilson Moreira e Nei Lopes and O Partido Muito Alto de Wilson Moreira e Nei Lopes.

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