Domingo (Caetano Veloso & Gal Costa album)

Domingo (Caetano Veloso & Gal Costa album)
Domingo
Studio album by Caetano Veloso and Gal Costa
Released 1967
Genre MPB, Bossa Nova
Length 31:02
Label Polygram
Producer Dori Caimmy
Caetano Veloso chronology
Domingo
(1967)
Caetano Veloso
(1968)
Gal Costa chronology
Domingo
(1967)
Gal Costa
(1969)
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Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Domingo (Sunday, in Portuguese) is Caetano Veloso's and Gal Costa's debut album, released in 1967. The album was recorded before the Tropicália movement, being mellower than the albums released solo by both artists a year later, and it is straightforward Bossa Nova. Caetano's last name is spelled, on the cover, with two Ls, instead of his actual last name, which he would use from his next album on. The opening song, Coração Vagabundo is still very famous in Brazil.

Track listing

All tracks written by Caetano Veloso, except as noted.

  1. "Coração vagabundo" - 2:25
  2. "Onde eu nasci passa um rio" - 1:59 (Where I Was Born There Passes a River)
  3. "Avarandado" - 2:45 (On the Veranda)
  4. "Um dia" - 3:11 (One Day)
  5. "Domingo" - 1:25 (Sunday)
  6. "Nenhuma dor" (Caetano Veloso/Torquato Neto) - 1:33 (No Pain)
  7. "Candeias" (Edu Lobo) - 3:11 (Candle Lights)
  8. "Remelexo" - 1:54 (Shake)
  9. "Minha senhora" (Caetano Veloso/Torquato Neto) - 4:14 (My Lady)
  10. "Quem me dera" - 3:24 (If Only I Had)
  11. "Maria Joana" (Sidney Miller) - 1:42
  12. "Zabelê" (Caetano Veloso/Torquato Neto) - 2:49 (A Name)

Personnel

  • Gal Costa – performer
  • Seigen Ono – mastering
  • Caetano Veloso – guitar, vocals

References

  1. ^ Domingo (Caetano Veloso & Gal Costa album) at Allmusic

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