Wilson Simonal - Lo Mejor De Wilson Simonal FLAC album
Title: Lo Mejor De Wilson Simonal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1934 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1492 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1422 mb
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Download MP3. Wilson Simonal. 1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. Não Vem Que Não Tem (Nem Vem Que Não).
Wilson Simonal – Alegria, Alegria !!! Label: Odeon – MOFB 3508. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Sandwich cover. A1. Os Escravos De Jo. Written-By – Antonio Luiz, Wilson Simonal.
Moacir Santos, Mario Telles. 6. País Tropical/Música Incidental: Sou Flamengo. Jorge Ben, Pedro Caetano, Carlos Renato. Jorge Ben. 8. Nem Vem Que Nao Tem. Nonato Buzar, Carlos Imperial. 11. Mamãe Passou Açúcar Em Mim. Bill César. 12. Aqui É o Pais do Futebol. Fernando Brant, Milton Nascimento
Listen to Vinheta Wilson Simonal from Wilson Simoninha's Sambalandclub for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Wilson Simoninha é filho de Wilson Simonal, uma das grandes vozes dos anos 60 e dono de um balanço e divisões rítmicas de primeira. Do pai, além do timbre vocal e da semelhança física, herdou o nome, que modificou um pouco para diferenciar-se. Simoninha lançou o CD "Volume 2", bem recebido pela crítica, praticamente na mesma época em que seu irmão, Max de Castro, saiu no mercado com "Samba Raro". Em seu trabalho, evocou uma MPB dos anos 60, passando pelo soul, samba e bossa nova.
Wilson Simonal de Castro, was a Brazilian singer, born in Rio de Janeiro on February 26, 1939. He also died in Rio de Janeiro on June 25, 2000. He was a singer of a great success in the 1960s and in the first two years of 1970 decade. He was married and had two sons: Wilson Simoninha and Max de Castro both are artists. He also had a daughter, named Patricia. lt;/p
Andorinha Preta, 03:04. Cuidado Com O Bulldog, 03:10, 02:27. Dingue Li Bangue, 03:45. Ninguém Tasca, 02:17. Expresso 2222, 03:22. Nega Tijucana, 03:07. Irmãos de Sol, 03:10.
Wilson Simonal de Castro, was a Brazilian singer, born in Rio de Janeiro on February 23, 1938. He died in São Paulo on June 25, 2000. He was a singer with great success in the 1960s and in the first two years of the 1970s decade. He was married and had two sons: Wilson Simoninha and Max de Castro both are artists today.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – N. B.*, W. Simonal*
|A2||Porque Hoje E Domingo (Porque Hoy Es Domingo)
Written-By – Antonio Adolfo, Tibério Gaspar*
Written-By – Jorge Ben
Written-By – R.*, Sérgio A.*
|A5||Olho D'Agua (Ojo De Agua)
Written-By – Nonato B.*, Paulinho T.*
|A6||Cancao Da Crianca (Canción De Los Niños)
Written-By – Francisco Alves, René B.*
|B1||Eu Fui No Tororo (Yo Fuí Al Tororó)
Arranged By, Adapted By – Wilson Simonal
|B2||Que Maravilha (Qué Maravilla)
Written-By – J. Ben*, T.*
|B3||Uma Loira (Una Rubia)
Written-By – Hervé Cordovil
|B4||Quem Mandou (Quien Mandó)
Written-By – Eduardo Souto, Sérgio Bittencourt*
Written-By – César Vedaní*, Julio C. Sanders*
- Manufactured By – Discos Capitol De Mexico, S.A.
NotesThe songwriter credit for track A4 is listed as R. Sérgio A., as if it were one person, instead of Rubinho and Sérgio Augusto.
The title of A6 is spelled incorrectly (C instead of Ç, twice) on the cover and the label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A, etched): SLOM-10105-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B, etched): SLOM-10105-2