Domingo (Gal Costa and Caetano Veloso album)

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Domingo
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Studio album by Gal Costa and Caetano Veloso
Released 1967
Recorded Philips Studios, 1967 [1]
Genre Bossa nova, MPB
Length 31:02
Label Polygram
Producer Dori Caymmi
Gal Costa chronology
Domingo
(1967)
Gal Costa
(1969)
Caetano Veloso chronology
Domingo
(1967)
Caetano Veloso
(1968)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [2]

Domingo (Sunday, in Portuguese) is Caetano Veloso's and Gal Costa's debut album, released in 1967. The album features seven original compositions (all by Caetano), one partnership with Torquato Neto and four other interpretations (two by Gilberto Gil and Torquato Neto, one by Edu Lobo and one by Sidney Miller).

Domingo had a revival in 2006 with remastered re-release (pictured) by Charles Gavin. The album was recorded before the Tropicália movement, which would start up months later; the album is essentially influenced by the style of João Gilberto, being just Bossa Nova.

Veloso's name is written on the cover with two "L's" instead of the normal one, which had already been changed for his then-upcoming album, Caetano Veloso.[chronology citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Caetano Veloso except where noted.

Side one
No. Title Lead vocals Length
1. "Coração Vagabundo" Caetano; Gal 2:25
2. "Onde Eu Nasci Passa um Rio" Caetano 1:59
3. "Avarandado" Gal 2:45
4. "Um Dia" Caetano 3:31
5. "Domingo" Caetano; Gal 1:25
6. "Nenhuma Dor" (Caetano Veloso, Torquato Neto) Gal 1:33
Side two
No. Title Lead vocals Length
7. "Candeias" (Edu Lobo) Gal 3:11
8. "Remelexo" Caetano 1:54
9. "Minha Senhora" (Gilberto Gil, Torquato Neto) Gal 4:14
10. "Quem Me Dera" Caetano 3:24
11. "Maria Joana" (Sidney Miller) Gal 1:42
12. "Zabelê" (Gilberto Gil, Torquato Neto) Caetano; Gal 2:49

Personnel[edit]

[1]

  • Gal Costa – vocals
  • Caetano Veloso - vocals
  • Seigen Ono – mastering
  • Dori Caymmi - acoustic guitar, arrangement (track 1, 2)
  • Francis Hime - arrangement (tracks 3, 4)
  • Roberto Menescal - arrangement (track 5)
  • Léka Coutinho; Renata Moraes (L&A Studios) - graphics adaptation from the original

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