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There's a wonderful light and shade to Misia's music, which truly comes of age on this album. Like all fado, the themes of the songs are lost love, death, betrayal, and loneliness, but she updates the great Portuguese tradition by bringing in more of a jazz feel to some of the material, while using modern writers, especially lyricists like Nobel Prize-winning poet José Saramago, who penned the words to "Dança de Mágoas," to add more modern -- but equally wistful -- sentiments. Portuguese guitar is the heart of the instrumental sound, mournful and gorgeously played, a counterpoint to Misia's soaring, aching voice on the gorgeous title cut, where accordion confirms the melancholy. While she can generate a tumble of emotions with her singing, Misia never goes over the top; everything here -- from the vocals to the arrangements and the production -- is understated, with a beautiful clarity that makes it all the more intimate, a gorgeous record by one of the emerging new fadistas.
© Chris Nickson /TiVo

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1
Garras dos sentidos
00:04:10

Traditional, Composer - Mísia, Vocals, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer - Agustina Bessa Luis, Lyricist

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

2
Dança de Magoas
00:04:16

Raul Ferrao, Composer - Fernando Pessoa, Lyricist - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

3
Estátua falsa
00:03:25

Armando Machado, Composer - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer - Mario de Sa-Carneiro, Lyricist

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

4
Fado do retorno I
00:03:29

Armandinho, Composer - Lidia Jorge, Lyricist - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

5
Nenhuma estrela caiu
00:04:29

Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Jose Saramago, Lyricist - Franklin Rodrigues, Composer - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

6
Litania
00:03:41

Traditional, Composer - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Mário Cláudio, Lyricist - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

7
Nao me chamem pelo nome
00:04:20

António Botto, Lyricist - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer - José Marques do Amaral², Composer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

8
Sete Luas
00:03:23

Mísia, MainArtist - Natália Correia, Lyricist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Renato Varela, Composer - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

9
Sou de Vidro
00:03:32

Armandinho, Composer - Lidia Jorge, Lyricist - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

10
Fado do retorno II
00:03:25

Armandinho, Composer - Lidia Jorge, Lyricist - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

11
Da vida quero os sinais
00:03:56

Joaquim Campos, Composer - Mísia, MainArtist - Ricardo Dias, Arranger - Mário Cláudio, Lyricist - Emmanuel Pothier - Studio plus XXX, Remixer - Misia & Ricardo Dias, Producer - Nuno Pimentel - Estudios Xangrila, Engineer

© 1998 Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 1998 Erato Disques S.A.

Descrizione dell'album

There's a wonderful light and shade to Misia's music, which truly comes of age on this album. Like all fado, the themes of the songs are lost love, death, betrayal, and loneliness, but she updates the great Portuguese tradition by bringing in more of a jazz feel to some of the material, while using modern writers, especially lyricists like Nobel Prize-winning poet José Saramago, who penned the words to "Dança de Mágoas," to add more modern -- but equally wistful -- sentiments. Portuguese guitar is the heart of the instrumental sound, mournful and gorgeously played, a counterpoint to Misia's soaring, aching voice on the gorgeous title cut, where accordion confirms the melancholy. While she can generate a tumble of emotions with her singing, Misia never goes over the top; everything here -- from the vocals to the arrangements and the production -- is understated, with a beautiful clarity that makes it all the more intimate, a gorgeous record by one of the emerging new fadistas.
© Chris Nickson /TiVo

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