From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Liminha (born Arnolpho Lima Filho in 1951 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian musician and producer. He started his career as the bassist of "Os Baobás", and was called in 1970 to tour with Os Mutantes, becoming an official member later. In 1974, he left the group to start his producing career.

He produced albums of artists such as Ritchie, Gilberto Gil (he produced his Grammy Award winner album Eletroacústico[1]), Os Paralamas do Sucesso, Kid Abelha, Elis Regina, Barão Vermelho, Titãs, Raul Seixas, Guilherme Arantes, Gabriel, O Pensador, Belchior, Daniela Mercury, Ed Motta, João Gilberto, Luis Melodia, Chico Science & Nação Zumbi, Fernanda Abreu, Lulu Santos, Oswaldo Montenegro, As Frenéticas, O Rappa, Jorge Ben Jor and Forfun. He co-wrote the song "Vamos Fugir" with Gilberto Gil, which was later covered by Skank.


With Os Mutantes[edit]

As record producer (selected)[edit]