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Gal Costa - Fa-Tal (Gal A Todo Vapor) album

Gal Costa - Fa-Tal (Gal A Todo Vapor) album Performer: Gal Costa
Title: Fa-Tal (Gal A Todo Vapor)
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Bossanova, MPB
Date of release: 1982
Country: Brazil
Size MP3: 1285 mb
Size FLAC: 1932 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: AA WMA MMF VQF TTA AA RA

A Todo Vapor is a really fascinating live document of Gal Costa from the early '70s where she proved to be as exciting and diverse on-stage as she was at that time in the studio. The first seven tracks (of 18) feature Costa alone, accompanied by only her own acoustic guitar and the performances are dramatic, intimate, precise, emotional, and stunningly clear. These tracks display her voice perfectly, pushing up front all of the natural characteristics of Costa's incredibly strong pipes in with the urgent beauty one can only obtain from a live performance.

Live performance from Gal Costa recorded around 1970-1971, Record 1 is Gal singing acoustic and record 2 Gal with the band. Comes in a double foldout gatefold. Inside gatefold info: Photographs subtitled wiith song titels or lyrics. Caption in footer of "unsubtitled" photo: "Dionisio Queiroz". Back cover info: Série de Luxo "Phonogram" logo with "Companhia Brasileira De Discos Phonogram" "Industria Brasileira" ℗ 1971 CGC and SCDP-PF code.Center labels info: ℗ 1971 Total time: Side A: 18:15; Side B: 16:12; Side C: 17:16; Side D: 14:10.

ndia is the fourth studio album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released on 1973 by Philips Records. Its major hits were "Índia", "Volta" and "Desafinado". ndia is an MPB album, with influences from tropicália, folk, psychedelic, jazz, funk and rock. The artwork depicts Gal Costa semi-nude with indigenous Brazilian vests. It was originally censored by the Brazilian military government, but the full artwork was released by Costa in 2015.

Gal Costa (born Maria da Graça Costa Penna Burgos on 26 September 1945) is a Brazilian singer of popular music. In 1973, the cover of Costa's album Índia was censored - it focuses on her red bikini bottom. Costa has recorded songs composed by a number of Brazil's most popular songwriters such as Tom Jobim, Ben and Erasmo Carlos. In 1982 the single "Festa Do Interior" from the double album Fantasia became her biggest ever hit, going multi-platinum by the end of the year. Costa appeared in the 1995 film The Mandarin (O Mandarim) as the singer Carmen Miranda. 1971: -Fa-Tal- Gal a Todo Vapor. 1976: Doces Bárbaros (with Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, and Maria Bethânia). 1986: Jazzvisions: Rio Revisited (with Antonio Carlos Jobim). 1997: Acústico MTV. 1999: Gal Costa Canta Tom Jobim Ao Vivo. 2006: Gal Costa Live at the Blue Note. 2006: Gal Costa Ao Vivo. 2013: Recanto Ao Vivo.

Gal Costa is the first solo album by the Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released in 1969. It was ranked the 80th best Brazilian album of all time by the Brazilian Rolling Stone magazine. Considered one of the most representative records of the countercultural Tropicália movement, the album features songwriting by various artist associated with the movement, with whom Costa had previously worked with in the 1968 collaboration album Tropicália: ou Panis et Circencis.

Gal Costa a Todo Vapor (1971). was sampled in. Meus Eletrodomésticos by Mamma Cadela (2006).

Gal Costa (born Maria da Graça Costa Penna Burgos on September 26, 1945, in Salvador, Bahia) is a Brazilian singer of popular music. Missing lyrics by Gal Costa?

Fa-Tal - Gal a Todo Vapor.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Dê Um Rolê
Written-By – Luis Galvão, Moraes Moreira
A2 Pérola Negra
Written-By – Luiz Melodia
A3 Mal Secreto
Written-By – Jards Macalé, Waly Salomão
A4 Como 2 E 2
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
B1 Hotel Das Estrelas
Written-By – Duda Machado, Jards Macalé
B2 Assum Preto
Written-By – Humberto Teixeira, Luiz Gonzaga
B3 Bota A Mão Nas Cadeiras
Written-by [Bahia] – Traditional
B4 Maria Bethânia
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
B5 Não Se Esqueça De Mim
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
B6 Luz Do Sol
Written-By – Carlos Pinto, Waly Salomão
C1 Fruta Gogóia
Written-by [Bahia] – Traditional
C2 Charles, Anjo 45
Written-By – Jorge Ben
C3 Como 2 E 2
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
C4 Coração Vagabundo
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
C5 Falsa Baiana
Written-By – Geraldo Pereira
C6 Antonico
Written-By – Ismael Silva
D1 Sua Estupidez
Written-By – Erasmo Carlos, Roberto Carlos
D2 Fruta Gogóia
Written-by [Bahia] – Traditional
D3 Vapor Barato
Written-By – Jards Macalé, Waly Salomão

Credits

  • Arranged By – Lanny Gordin
  • Bass – Novelli
  • Drums – Jorginho
  • Guitar – Lanny Gordin
  • Percussion – Baixinho (José Roberto)*
  • Producer – Roberto Menescal
  • Vocals, Guitar [Violao] – Gal Costa

Notes

Live performance from Gal Costa recorded around 1970-1971, Record 1 is Gal singing acoustic and record 2 Gal with the band.

This is a Repress from 1971 record, reissued in 1982 with the same cat nº.
On the labels and Gatefold Cover says "1971" but this repress are from 1982.

1982 can be checked at runout groove.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6349 020, 6349 021 Gal Costa -Fa-Tal- (Gal A Todo Vapor) ‎(2xLP, Gat) Philips, Philips 6349 020, 6349 021 Brazil 1971
6349 020, 6349 021 Gal Costa Fa-Tal (Gal A Todo Vapor) ‎(2xLP, Gat) Philips, Philips 6349 020, 6349 021 Brazil 1972
514 991 2 Gal Costa Fa-Tal (Gal A Todo Vapor) ‎(CD, Album, RE) Philips 514 991 2 Brazil Unknown
73145149912 Gal Costa Fa-Tal (Gal A Todo Vapor) ‎(CD, Album, RE) Philips, Universal Music, Mercury 73145149912 Brazil 2012
6328501/2 Gal Costa Fa-Tal (Gal A Todo Vapor) ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Gat) Philips 6328501/2 Brazil 1982