Lô Borges

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Lô Borges, 2011

Lô Borges (Born Salomão Borges Filho on January 10, 1952) is a Brazilian songwriter, singer and guitarist.

He was one of the founders of Clube da Esquina, a group of musicians originating in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. He co-authored with Milton Nascimento the album Clube da Esquina in 1972, which was a milestone in Brazilian popular music. Among his most famous compositions are Paisagem da Janela, Para Lennon e McCartney, Clube da Esquina No. 2, Trem de Doido and O Trem Azul.[1]


  • 1972: Clube da Esquina (with Milton Nascimento)
  • 1972: Lô Borges
  • 1979: A Via Lactea
  • 1980: Os Borges
  • 1981: Nuvem Cigana
  • 1984: Sonho Real
  • 1987: Solo - Ao Vivo
  • 1996: Meu Filme
  • 2001: Feira Moderna
  • 2003: Um Dia e Meio
  • 2006: Bhanda
  • 2008: Harmonia
  • 2010: Horizonte Vertical


  1. ^ Neder, Alvaro. "Lô Borges". Allmusic. Macrovision. Retrieved 2009-02-14. His second album, the self-titled Lô Borges, is featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

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