Cássia Eller (1990 album)

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Cássia Eller
Studio album by Cássia Eller
Released 1990
Genre Rock
Label Universal Music Group
Producer Mayrton Bahia/Wanderson Clayton
Cássia Eller chronology
Cássia Eller
(1990)
O Marginal
(1992)

Cássia Eller is the debut album by Brazilian recording artist Cássia Eller, released in 1990. It contained covers of songs from artists such as John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Cazuza, and Renato Russo.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Alvaro Neder of Allmusic says, despite not selling well, it was "the aggressiveness of her low voice and the dry arrangements" on Eller's debut album that brought her national recognition.[1] The controversial song "Rubens", expressing ambiguous sexuality, was censored.[2]

Tracks[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Já Deu Para Sentir (Tutu)"   Itamar Assumpção, Marcus Miller  
2. "Rubens"   Mário Manga (Mário Augusto Aydar)  
3. "Barraco"   Jorge Salomão, Roberto Frejat  
4. "Que O Deus Venha"   Cazuza, Clarice Lispector, Roberto Frejat  
5. "Eleanor Rigby"   John Lennon, Paul McCartney  
6. "Otário"   Bocato (Itacyr Bocato Júnior)  
7. "O Dedo De Deus"   Arrigo Barnabé, Mário Manga (Mário Augusto Aydar)  
8. "Por Enquanto"   Renato Russo  
9. "Lullaby"   Cássia Eller, Márcio Faraco  
10. "Não Sei O Que Eu Quero Da Vida"   Arrigo Barnabé, Hermelino Neder  
11. "Tutti Frutti" ((CD only))    

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Neder, Alvaro. Cássia Eller: Cássia Eller > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 9 December 2011.
  2. ^ Gdula, Steve (March 5, 2002). "Queen of the Carnaval". The Advocate.