Som Livre

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Som Livre
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Parent companyGrupo Globo
Founded1969
FounderJoão Araújo
GenreSoundtrack, MPB, Samba, Gospel Music, Sertanejo, Country.
Country of originBrazil
LocationRio de Janeiro
Official websitesomlivre.com.br

Som Livre (Portuguese for "Free Sound") is a Brazilian record company that was founded in 1969 by Rede Globo to commercialize its soap opera soundtracks, later expanding to record studio albums.

Today it is one of the largest Brazilian music record labels and is still a part of Grupo Globo.

Som Livre Masters series[edit]

Som Livre commissioned Charles Gavin to select 25 rare albums for inclusion in their Som Livre Masters Series of CD reissues. The albums:[1]

  1. Sambas – Don Junior, Walter Wanderley, Milton Banana
  2. Bossa nova, nova bossaManfredo Fest
  3. Bossa Jazz Trio – Bossa Jazz Trio
  4. Sansa Trio – Sansa Trio
  5. Os Brazoes – Os Brazoes
  6. Em Som MaiorSambrasa Trio
  7. Sambossa 5
  8. Quarteto BossambaWalter Wanderley
  9. Reencontro com Sambalanço TrioSambalanço Trio
  10. Som 3Cesar Camargo Mariano
  11. Os SambistasPaulinho da Viola
  12. DecisaoZimbo Trio
  13. Brazilian OctopusHermeto Pascoal
  14. Com Dizia O PoetaVinicius de Moraes, Marília Medalha, Toquinho
  15. E deixa o relogio andar – Osmar Milito
  16. Rosinha de ValençaRosinha de Valença
  17. Molhado de SuorAlceu Valença
  18. Vila Sésamo
  19. Vamos pro MundoNovos Baianos
  20. Gerson Conrad e Zeze Motta
  21. Sítio do Picapau Amarelo
  22. Tim MaiaTim Maia
  23. Vontade De Rever VocêMarcos Valle
  24. Nave MariaTom Ze
  25. Línguas De Fogo – Sidney Miller

Artists[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Som livre Archived 6 October 2009 at the Wayback Machine

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