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Rasante

by Regina Dias

Regina's second album have the support of good production, repertoire and great Brazilian composers in unpublished songs of Fatima Guedes, Jair Oliveira, Luis Vagner, Nilson Chaves, Vital Lima and re-recordings of Djavan, Marcos Valle and Jorge Vercillo
Genre: Brazilian: MPB
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1. Número Ímpar
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2. Bom Dia Anjo
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3. Preciso Aprender a Ser Só
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4. Navio
4:39 $0.99
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5. Rasante
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6. Olhos de Nunca Mais
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7. Corredeira
3:30 $0.99
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8. Na Pele da Raça
4:08 $0.99
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9. Saiba Que Foi Voceí
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10. Seus Olhos
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11. Those Eyes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The composers talk about Regina Dias:
Regina, I heard your version of “Navio” and found it very beautiful.
Your timbre is beautiful. I wish success.
Djavan

I loved the singing of this woman.
Deep, yummy! Success!
Luis Vagner

Owner of a precise and personal voice, Regina Dias from São Paulo places herself at the service of the purest tradition of MPB, with great taste and delicacy. I feel very honored to have two of my sambas chosen for this beautiful production. Success is what I desire for the work of this warrior, sensitive woman making art.
Fatima Guedes

Regina excels in an impeccable repertoire, such as one cannot hear more easily there, and also by sensitive, delicate and visceral interpretations at the same time. With the always different arrangements of Paulo Calasans, it's a sure shot!
Jorge Vercillo

Regina is queen! Queen of sweet and sovereign voice that conquers ears subjects by all the corners - neighbors or distant - wherever she sings. Songs of this simple commoner, who now writes, now have a voice of royalty and Regina, with rare dexterity, sounds and words in her exquisite and light song, brings us to the realm of royal beauty. Regina is queen! Save Queen Regina!
Jair Oliveira

Regina, the rainy night here in Rio warmed up with the beauty of the arrangement and with the luster of her interpretation that even reinvented divisions to clarify all the intentions of the letter. Leandro, my partner, told me he was very happy. So, congratulations, all the blessings of heaven and much success for the album.
Vital Lima

I like the song that goes beyond the song itself and values the poem. For me singing has to embrace these values, it is the singer mixed with the interpreter. Regina, undoubtedly, brings in her singing the preciousness of melody and poetry. A flight apparently level, but with everything to get high. Congratulations!
Nilson Chaves

Regina Dias, Brazilian, from São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto, has been working in the musical circuit since 1979. She participated in the recording of soundtracks, in the early 1980s she participated alongside artists such as composer and guitar player Paulinho Nogueira and invited to the concert by the plastic artist Guto Lacaz.
Active singer in the circuit of concerts in the state of São Paulo working in musicals, music clubs, theaters, musicals and sing with the Jazz Symphonic Orchestra. Regina Dias, with an already released album, singer of accurate technique and excellent vocal control, in this new project "Rasante", name of one of the two unpublished songs of great Brazilian composer Fátima Guedes, that is in the album.
Also unpublished songs of Jair Oliveira, Luis Vagner, Nilson Chaves, Vital Lima and re-recordings of Djavan, Jair Oliveira, Jorge Vercilo and a classical Brazilian song composed by the brothers Marcos and Paulo Sergio Valle.

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