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Fado

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One of the most promising Portuguese vocalists to emerge in years, Carminho is joined by an all-star group of musicians on her debut album, Fado, a collection of sparely performed fados sung with remarkable grace and majesty. Well worth the wait, Fado was a long time coming. The daughter of fadista Teresa Siqueira, Carminho first made a name for herself six years earlier with Saudades do Fado: Tertúlia de Fado Tradicional (2003), an album by guitarist Luis Penedo on which she was featured as a vocalist. In subsequent years, she won the Prémio Amália Revelação award and appeared in the Carlos Saura film Fados (2007). It was just a matter of time before she made her full-length solo debut with Fado, released when Carminho was only 25 years old. Her youth is notable, because on Fado, she comes across like a seasoned fadista, singing with passion, power, and poise. In addition to her spectacular vocals, Fado boasts an impressive list of featured musicians accompanying the young singer. The producer of the album, Diogo Clemente, plays guitar on all 14 songs, and he's joined by bassist Marino de Freitas on all except one. Bernardo Couto, José Manuel Neto, Ricardo Rocha, and Ângelo Freire contribute additional guitar. All the music is acoustic, and it's sparely arranged, generally featuring Carminho with the backing of Clemente, de Freitas, and one of the other guitarists. The traditional fado style may not change from song to song, but the material does, including fados penned by 11 different songwriters. Carminho is credited with two songs ("Palavras Dadas," "Nunca e Silêncio Vão"), and Clemente is credited with three ("A Voz," "Carta a Lisboa," "Carta a Leslie Burke"). Practically every song is excellent, in particular the first couple, "Escrevi o Teu Nome No Vento" and "A Bia da Mouraria."
© Jason Birchmeier /TiVo

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1
Escrevi teu nome no vento Fado carriche
00:03:14

Raul Ferrao, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist - Jorge Rosa, Composer

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Músicas do Mundo under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

2
A Bia da Mouraria
00:02:16

Antonio José, Composer - Nobrega E Sousa, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Músicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

3
Meu amor marinheiro
00:03:05

ANTONIO CAMPOS, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist - Joaquim Pimentel, Composer

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Músicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

4
Palavras dadas
00:01:46

Joaquim Campos, Composer - Carminho, Composer, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Musicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

5
Espelho quebrado
00:03:16

David Mourao-Ferreira, Composer - Alain Oulman, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Musicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

6
Marcha de alfama
00:02:37

Raul Ferrao, Composer - Amadeu Do Vale, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Musicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

7
O Tejo corre no Tejo
00:02:40

Alexandre O'Neill, Composer - Fernando Tordo, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Musicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

8
A voz (Fado licas)
00:03:46

Armando Machado, Composer - dIOGO cLEMENTE, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Musicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

9
Voltar a ser
00:02:10

João Monge, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Músicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

10
Carta a Lisboa (Fado Alexandrino do Rocha)
00:02:34

dIOGO cLEMENTE, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist - Ricardo Rocha, Composer

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Musicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

11
Carta a Leslie Burke
00:02:42

dIOGO cLEMENTE, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Músicas do Mundo under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

12
Uma vida noutra vida (Fado Pechincha)
00:02:09

Aldina Duarte, Composer - Carminho, MainArtist - João Do Carmo Noronha, Composer

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Músicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

13
Nunca é silêncio vão (Fado Pedro Rodrigues)
00:02:24

Pedro Rodrigues, Composer - Carminho, Composer, MainArtist

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Músicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

14
Senhora da Nazaré
00:02:41

Carminho, MainArtist - João Nobre, Composer

© 2009 Warner Music Portugal, Lda ℗ 2009 Musicas do Mundo, under exclusive licence to Warner Music Portugal, Lda

Albumbeschreibung

One of the most promising Portuguese vocalists to emerge in years, Carminho is joined by an all-star group of musicians on her debut album, Fado, a collection of sparely performed fados sung with remarkable grace and majesty. Well worth the wait, Fado was a long time coming. The daughter of fadista Teresa Siqueira, Carminho first made a name for herself six years earlier with Saudades do Fado: Tertúlia de Fado Tradicional (2003), an album by guitarist Luis Penedo on which she was featured as a vocalist. In subsequent years, she won the Prémio Amália Revelação award and appeared in the Carlos Saura film Fados (2007). It was just a matter of time before she made her full-length solo debut with Fado, released when Carminho was only 25 years old. Her youth is notable, because on Fado, she comes across like a seasoned fadista, singing with passion, power, and poise. In addition to her spectacular vocals, Fado boasts an impressive list of featured musicians accompanying the young singer. The producer of the album, Diogo Clemente, plays guitar on all 14 songs, and he's joined by bassist Marino de Freitas on all except one. Bernardo Couto, José Manuel Neto, Ricardo Rocha, and Ângelo Freire contribute additional guitar. All the music is acoustic, and it's sparely arranged, generally featuring Carminho with the backing of Clemente, de Freitas, and one of the other guitarists. The traditional fado style may not change from song to song, but the material does, including fados penned by 11 different songwriters. Carminho is credited with two songs ("Palavras Dadas," "Nunca e Silêncio Vão"), and Clemente is credited with three ("A Voz," "Carta a Lisboa," "Carta a Leslie Burke"). Practically every song is excellent, in particular the first couple, "Escrevi o Teu Nome No Vento" and "A Bia da Mouraria."
© Jason Birchmeier /TiVo

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