Angela Ro Ro

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Angela Maria Diniz Gonçalves (born in Rio de Janeiro on December 5, 1949), best known by the stage name Angela Ro Ro, based on an onomatopoeia of her laughter,[1] is a Brazilian singer-songwriter influenced by her idols Ella Fitzgerald, Maysa Matarazzo and Jacques Brel.[2]

Her debut album was voted by Rolling Stone Magazine one of the greatest Brazilian albums of all time.[3]

She is one of the first out lesbian singers in Brazil.[4]

Discography[edit]

  • Angela Ro Ro (1979) [5]
  • Só Nos Resta Viver (1980)
  • Escândalo! (1981)
  • Simples Carinho (1982)
  • A Vida é Mesmo Assim (1984)
  • Eu Desatino (1984)
  • Prova De Amor (1988)
  • Ao Vivo (1993)
  • Acertei No Milênio (2000)
  • Compasso (2006) [6]
  • Ao Vivo (2006)
  • Escândalo (2009) [7]
  • Feliz da Vida! (2013)

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