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Bacamarte live at Circo Voador
|Genres||Progressive rock, symphonic rock|
|Past members||Mario Neto
Bacamarte was a Brazilian symphonic/progressive rock band originally formed in 1974 by three school friends, although, because of their ages, they soon disbanded. In 1977 Neto reformed Bacamarte with a new set of musicians and it was this line-up that in 1978 recorded Bacamarte's opus Depois do Fim. Neto was wary of the then popular disco scene and decided that he would withhold the tape and release it at a more suitable time. After being persuaded by a friend in 1982 he submitted the tape to a local radio station; the album itself was then released in early 1983. A second album was released in 1999 from material recorded in the 1980s; this album, Sete Cidades (Seven Cities) is largely considered a Mario Neto solo work and features only Neto and keyboardist Robério Molinari.
- Vinícius de Oliveira - bass
- Nelson Paiva - drums
- Hugo Lacerda - vocals
- Jane Duboc - vocals.
- Márcus Moura - flute, accordion.
- Mario Neto - electric and acoustic guitars, piano, keyboards, bass, drums, percussion, vocals.
- Mr. Paul - percussion.
- Delto Simas - bass.
- Marco Verissimo - drums.
- Sergio Villarim - keyboards.
- Depois Do Fim (1983)
- Sete Cidades (1999)
Depois Do Fim is ranked number 40 on the Prog Archives Top Studio Albums of All-Time.
- http://www.allmusic.com/artist/bacamarte-mn0001304451 Allmusic Biography: "Bacamarte" Retrieved on 2013-11-30.
- http://www.progarchives.com/top-prog-albums.asp?salbumtypes=1#list Progressive Rock Ultimate Discography. Retrieved on 2013-11-30.