Cesária

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Cesária
Cesaria cesaria evora.jpg
Studio album by Cesária Évora
Released 18 July 1995 (1995-07-18)
Recorded 1994
Studio
  • Madeleine
  • Bastille
  • Music'Ange
  • Harry Son (all Paris, France)
Genre
Length 57:43
Label
Producer
  • José da Silva
  • Paulino Vieira
Cesária Évora chronology
Miss Perfumado
(1992)
Cesária
(1995)
Cabo Verde
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Cesária is a Cape Verdean morna and coladeira album by Cesária Évora. The album was released by Paris-based Lusafrica on 18 July 1995. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award in the World Music category in 1996.

It was certified gold in France by SNEP which sold more than 100,000 copies.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Selected translations: "Tudo dia e dia" is "Everyday, Everyday"," Flor na Paul" is "Flower of Paul" and "Doce Guerra" is "Sweet War".

No.TitleLength
1."Petit Pays"3:46
2."Xandinha"5:43
3."Tudo Tem Se Limite"4:33
4."Consedjo"4:37
5."D'Nhirim Reforma"5:41
6."Rotcha 'Scribida"4:31
7."Oriundina"5:36
8."Tudo Dia E Dia"3:58
9."Nha Cancera Ka Tem Medid"6:08
10."Areia De Salamansa"3:33
11."Flor Na Paul"5:28
12."Doce Guerra"4:31

Charts[edit]

Chart (1995) Peak
position
Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart[3] 43

Certifications and sales[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
France (SNEP)[4] Gold 146,500[2]

Credits[edit]

Group members[edit]

Technical team and production[edit]

  • Producer: José da Silva
  • Producer, arrangements: Paulino Vieira
  • Engineers: Christian Echaïb, Didier Le Marchand, Gérard Kouchtchouian
  • Mixers: Christian Echaïb, Paulino Vieira
  • Artwork: Le Village, Christian Libessart
  • Photographer: Ernest Collins, Pierre René-Worms

Earlier album[edit]

Also there was an earlier album released by herself titled Cesária which was and LP album released on Discos Mindelo in 1987. Tito Paris was the guitarist, keyboardist and vocals and Luís Morais with the clarinet.

Cover version[edit]

  • The first track Petit Pays which was re-recorded by Nantes-based Hocus Group on their album Place 54 (2007) and titled "Quitte à t'aimer où" which was made by flutist Malik Mezzadri

References[edit]

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