Uns (album)

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Uns
Studio album by Caetano Veloso
Released 1983
Genre MPB
Caetano Veloso chronology
Cores, Nomes
(1982)
Uns
(1983)
Estrangeiro
(1989)

Uns is an album by Brazilian singer Caetano Veloso, released in 1983.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Uns"
  2. "Musical"
  3. "Eclipse oculto"
  4. "Peter Gast"
  5. "Quero ir a Cuba"
  6. "Coisa mais linda"
  7. "Você é linda"
  8. "Bobagens, meu filho, bobagens"
  9. "A outra banda da terra"
  10. "Salva-vida"
  11. "É hoje"

Production[edit]

  • Produced by Caetano Veloso
  • Coordination and assistance in production: Marcia Alvarez
  • Recording engineer: Jairo Gualberto
  • Auxiliary Studio: Manuel and Marcio
  • Mixing and Editing: Jairo Gualberto João Augusto e Caetano Veloso
  • Court: Ivan Lisnik
  • Regimentation and copies: Clovis Mello
  • Creation, typography and layout: Oscar Ramos
  • Artwork: Jorge Vianna
  • Cover photo (Caetano, Roberto and Rodrigo Veloso): Carlos Alexandre Moreira Salles
  • Back Cover Photo: Arlete Kotchounian
  • Color photography: Peter Farkas
  • Graphic production: Edson Araujo
  • Special thanks to John Augustus
  • Strength: Felipe, Leilinha & Dadi, Maurice & Malu, George Solomon, Antonio Grieco, Marina, Cris & Claudinha, Djavan, Claudio Moreno, Patricia, and Flora Gil Moreno and Dede
  • Recorded and mixed in 24 channels in the studios Barra-RJ
  • Universal Music A production directed by Caetano Veloso
  • Data sheet for each project All Caetano / 2002

Universal Music Production

  • Design and reprint directed by Charles Gavin
  • Supervised by Caetano Veloso

Some were originally recorded on 24 channels and released at Long Play (LP) in 1983

  • Remixed by Antoine Midani at AR Studios, Rio de Janeiro, June 2002
  • Studio assistants: Theo Mares, Leo Moreira and Fernando Fishgold
  • Mastered by Mauro Bianchi and William Calicchio, under the supervision of Ricardo Garcia at Magic *Master Rio de Janeiro, October 2002
  • Edited by Mauro Bianchi, William Calicchio Sergio châtaigne and Nelson Nuccini
  • Art Direction: Max Pierre
  • Strategic marketing direction: José Celso Guida
  • Artistic Management: Ricardo Moreira
  • Archive tapes: William Tardelli
  • Restoration, adaptation and rediagramação the covers and inserts the original LPs: Post Image Design
  • Review: Dani Dias
  • Graphics Coordination: Ge Alves Pinto and Geysa Adnet
  • Thanks: Fatima Guimarães, William Tardelli and Marcelo Castelo Branco[1]

Notes[edit]

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