Maria Bethânia (album)

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Maria Bethânia
Maria Bethânia 1965.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 1965 (1965-06)
Recorded1965
GenrePop, MPB
Length29:50
LabelRCA
ProducerRoberto Jorge
Maria Bethânia chronology
Maria Bethânia
(1965)
Maria Bethânia canta Noel Rosa
(1966)

Maria Bethânia is the self-titled debut studio album by Brazilian singer Maria Bethânia. It was first released in June, 1965, under RCA Victor label, as an LP in mono version.[1] In 1971, the album was re-released in stereo mode under RCA Camden. In 1996,[2] a remastered CD version was released by Sony BMG.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."De Manhã"Caetano Veloso2:14
2."Só Eu Sei"Batatinha, Oscar da Penha, J. Luna2:16
3."Pombo Correio"Benedito Lacerda, Darcy de Oliveira2:10
4."No Carnaval"Caetano Veloso, Jota2:16
5."Nunca Mais"Dorival Caymmi3:13
6."Sol Negro" (feat. Gal Costa)Caetano Veloso2:00
7."Missa Agrária" / "Carcará"Carlos Lyra, Gianfrancesco Guarnieri / João do Vale, José Cândido3:10
8."Anda Luzia"João do Vale, José Cândido2:39
9."Feitio De Oração"Noel Rosa, Vadico2:24
10."Feiticeira"Unknown2:39
11."O X Do Problema"Noel Rosa2:23
12."Mora Na Filosofia"Arnaldo Passos, Monsueto Menezes2:21

Personnel[edit]

  • Maria Bethânia – vocals
  • Roberto Jorgeproducer
  • Alberto Soluri – sound engineer
  • Gauss – sound engineer
  • Fernando Goldgaber – photography

Formats[edit]

  • Vinyl  – includes the 12-track album in mono version.
  • Vinyl  (1971) – includes the 12-track album in stereo version.
  • CD  – Remastered 12-track edition includes all tracks from the original album.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Maria Bethânia (1965) – Coleção Maria Bethânia 60 Anos". Rodrigofaou (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2013-08-07.
  2. ^ "MARIA BETHÂNIA - 1965". Discosdobrasil (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2013-08-07.
  3. ^ "CD Maria Bethânia - 1965". Submarino (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on 2013-08-09. Retrieved 2013-08-08.