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1
Flôr Di Nha Esperança 00:04:15

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Arranger - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Traditional, Composer - Traditional, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

2
Vaquinha Mansa 00:04:46

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Gregorio Gonçalves, Composer - Gregorio Gonçalves, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

3
Amor Di Mundo 00:04:05

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - Teofilo Chantre, Composer - Teofilo Chantre, Lyricist - José Da Silva, Producer

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

4
Paraiso Di Atlantico 00:03:56

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Manuel De Novas, Composer - Manuel De Novas, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

5
Sorte 00:03:48

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - Teofilo Chantre, Composer - José Da Silva, Producer - Nika Sicile, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

6
Carnaval de São Vicente 00:03:48

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - Pedro Rodrigues, Composer - Pedro Rodrigues, Lyricist - José Da Silva, Producer

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

7
Desilusão Dum Amdjer 00:05:37

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Daniel Spencer, Lyricist - Antonio Gomes Marta, Composer

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

8
Nho Antone Escaderode 00:03:45

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Gregorio Gonçalves, Composer - Gregorio Gonçalves, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

9
Beijo de Longe 00:04:00

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - Teofilo Chantre, Lyricist - José Da Silva, Producer - Gérard Mendes, Composer

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

10
Roma Criola 00:04:09

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - Teofilo Chantre, Composer - Teofilo Chantre, Lyricist - José Da Silva, Producer

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

11
Perseguida 00:04:50

B. Leza, Composer - B. Leza, Lyricist - Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

12
Maria Elena 00:03:29

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Lorenzo Barcelata, Composer - Lorenzo Barcelata, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

13
Cabo Verde Mandá Mantenha 00:04:01

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Manuel De Novas, Composer - Manuel De Novas, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

14
Terezinha 00:03:24

Cesaria Evora, Performer - Rufino Almeida, Producer - José Da Silva, Producer - Gregorio Gonçalves, Composer - Gregorio Gonçalves, Lyricist

(P) 1999 Lusafrica

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