Ana Carolina (album)

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Ana Carolina
Studio album by Ana Carolina
Released November 2, 1999
Recorded 1999
Genre MPB, alternative dance
Length 53:56
Label BMG Brazil
Producer Luciana David, Nilo Romero, Claudio Menezes
Ana Carolina chronology
'''Ana Carolina'''
(1999)
Ana Rita Joana Iracema e Carolina
(2001)
Singles from Ana Carolina
  1. "Tô Saindo"
    Released: 1999
  2. "Nada Pra Mim"
    Released: 1999
  3. "Garganta"
    Released: 1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Clique Music 2.5/5 stars[1]

Ana Carolina is the debut album by brazilian singer-songwriter, arranger and producer Ana Carolina.

In addition to the artist's own compositions and his musical partners, as Totonho Villeroy, Paulinho Moska and Alvin L., this album presents us with remakes of songs by renowned artists such as Chico Buarque, Lulu Santos e Pato Fu, these songs that ended up winning "face" of Ana. It sold 125 000 in Brazil, being certified platinum.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Tô Saindo"   Antônio Villeroy 3:09
2. "Algúem me Disse"   Evaldo Gouveia, Jair Amorim 3:39
3. "Nada Pra Mim"   John 3:39
4. "Trancado"   Ana Carolina 3:43
5. "Armazém"   Ana Carolina 2:28
6. "Garganta"   Antônio Villeroy 3:36
7. "A Canção Tocou na Hora Errada"   Ana Carolina 4:15
8. "Tudo Bem"   Lulu Santos 3:06
9. "Agora ou Nunca"   Arnaldo Antunes, Marcelo Fromer, Sérgio Britto 4:12
10. "O Melhor de Mim"   Frejat, Paulinho Moska, Dulce Quental 3:54
11. "Retrato Branco e Preto"   Chico Buarque , Tom Jobim 3:25
12. "Perder Tempo Com Você"   Alvin L. 3:26
13. "O Avesso dos Ponteiros"   Ana Carolina 3:50
14. "Beatriz"   Chico Buarque, Edu Lobo 3:48
15. "Tô Caindo Fora"   Ana Carolina, Marilda Ladeira, Fernando Barreto 3:45

Personnel[edit]

  • Sacha Amback – arranger, keyboards, program, choir arrangement
  • Guto Antunes – photo assistance
  • Fabio Arruda – graphic design
  • Aldivas Ayres – trombone
  • Bernardo Bessler – violin
  • Ana Carolina – guitar, arranger, vocals, pandeiro, concept
  • Lui Coimbra – cello
  • Walter Costa – loop, sound technician
  • Jorge Davidson – art direction
  • Dunga – bass
  • Nelson Faria – guitar
  • Vitor Farias – digital editing, mixing
  • Emil Ferreira – graphic coordinator
  • Ricardo Garcia – mastering
  • Milton Guedes – alto sax, vocals
  • Fábio Henriques – mixing
  • Jovi – tamborim
  • Jurema – vocals
  • Jussara – vocals
  • Paulo Lima – technical assistance
  • Marco Lobo – percussion
  • Alexandre Lucas – vocals
  • Macaé – tenor sax
  • William Magalhaes – keyboards, program
  • Arthur Maia – bass
  • Theo Marés – studio assistant
  • Marcelo Martins – tenor sax
  • Mauro Rufino Martins – violin
  • Cláudio Menezes – production assistant
  • Paulinho Moska – guitar
  • Marcelo Neves – arranger
  • Paschoal Perrota – arranger
  • Hugo Vargas Pilger – cello
  • Nilo Romero – arranger, producer, digital editing, loop, sound technician
  • Eduardo Souto Neto – choir arrangement
  • Marcos Suzano – percussion, pandeiro, tamborim
  • Greg VanDerlans – photography
  • Totonho Villeroy – arranger
  • Mac William – drums

Certifications[edit]

Country Certification(s)
(sales thresholds)
Brazil Brazil Platinum[2]

References[edit]