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Marisa Monte

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Ainda Bem Marisa Monte 03:35
Amor I Love You (feat. Arnaldo Antunes) Marisa Monte, Arnaldo Antunes 03:20
O que Me Importa Marisa Monte 02:50
Beija Eu Marisa Monte 03:14
Mulemba Xangóla Bonga, Marisa Monte, Carlinhos Brown 05:49
Amor I Love You / Citação: Trecho da Obra Intitulada "Primo Basilio" De Eça de Queiroz Declamado por Arnaldo Antunes Marisa Monte 03:11
O Bonde do Dom Marisa Monte 04:03
É Doce Morrer No Mar Marisa Monte, Cesaria Evora 03:42
Vilarejo Marisa Monte 03:29
Na Estrada Marisa Monte 03:34

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Portas (Ao Vivo)

by Marisa Monte

14/12/2023

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North Sea Jazz Festival 2024
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Biography

Singer Marisa Monte is one of Brazil's best loved and enduring popular singers. She has sold over ten million albums and received numerous industry accolades including four Latin Grammy Awards.

Monte was born in Rio de Janeiro and during her childhood had a comprehensive schooling in music studying piano, singing, drums and opera. In the 1980s her attempts to break into the music scene in Brazil were unsuccessful and she relocated to Italy where she met the renowed Brazilian producer Nelson Motta. Under Motta's influence Monte re-invented herself as a blend of Brazilian-style diva and pop rock artist building live experience in Italy prior to another attempt at establishing herself on the Brazilian music scene.

After recording a TV special in Brazil, a soundtrack from the programme was released which contained the track 'Bem Que Se Quis'. The single was played extensively on radio stations throughout Brazil and launched Monte's career in her homeland. She went on to become one of the country's best-selling artists and, as well as recording in the style of MPB (Música Popular Brasileira), she also records in the tradtional samba and folk style.