Maria Bethânia (album)

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Maria Bethânia
Studio album by Maria Bethânia
Released June 1965 (1965-06)
Recorded 1965
Genre Pop, MPB
Length 29:50
Label RCA
Producer Roberto Jorge
Maria Bethânia chronology
''Maria Bethânia
(1965)
Maria Bethânia canta Noel Rosa
(1966)

Maria Bethânia is the self-titled debut studio album by Brazilian singer Maria Bethânia. It was first released in June, 1965, under RCA Victor label, as an LP in mono version.[1] In 1971, the album was re-released in stereo mode under RCA Camden. Eventually, in 1996,[2] a remastered CD version was released by Sony BMG.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "De Manhã"   Caetano Veloso 2:14
2. "Só Eu Sei"   Batatinha, Oscar da Penha, J. Luna 2:16
3. "Pombo Correio"   Benedito Lacerda, Darcy de Oliveira 2:10
4. "No Carnaval"   Caetano Veloso, Jota 2:16
5. "Nunca Mais"   Dorival Caymmi 3:13
6. "Sol Negro" (feat. Gal Costa) Caetano Veloso 2:00
7. "Missa Agrária" / "Carcará"   Carlos Lyra, Gianfrancesco Guarnieri / João do Vale, José Cândido 3:10
8. "Anda Luzia"   João do Vale, José Cândido 2:39
9. "Feitio De Oração"   Noel Rosa, Vadico 2:24
10. "Feiticeira"   Unknown 2:39
11. "O X Do Problema"   Noel Rosa 2:23
12. "Mora Na Filosofia"   Arnaldo Passos, Monsueto Menezes 2:21

Formats[edit]

  • Vinyl  – includes the 12 track album in mono version.
  • Vinyl  (1971) – includes the 12 track album in stereo version.
  • CD  – Remastered 12-track edition includes all tracks from the original album.

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