“Elis [1980]” by Elis Regina - album review

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TJR says

The 22nd and final album of new music from the renowned 34-year-old, regarded as the greatest Brazilian singer of all time by many critics, musicians, and commentators. The set, a mixture of session-funk hell and cabaret-schmaltz, is thoroughly detestable and an embarrassment in my collection. “1,001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die” yer arse. Elis Regina died at the age of 36 in 1982, from an accidental cocaine, alcohol, and temazepam interaction.

The Jukebox Rebel
15-Oct-2016

A1 [02:09] 3.0.png Elis Regina - Sai Dessa (Ana Terra, Nathan Marques) Disco / Funk
A2 [05:04] 3.1.png Elis Regina - Rebento (Gilberto Gil) Songwriter
A3 [03:18] 1.4.png Elis Regina - Nova Estação (Luiz Guedes, Thomas Roth) Jazz
A4 [04:23] 0.4.png Elis Regina - O Medo De Amar É O Medo De Ser Livre (Beto Guedes, Fernando Brant) Disco / Funk
B1 [04:07] 1.5.png Elis Regina - Aprendendo A Jogar (Guilherme Arantes) Disco / Funk
B2 [03:55] 0.5.png Elis Regina - Só Deus É Quem Sabe (Guilherme Arantes) R n B
B3 [04:26] 0.3.png Elis Regina - O Trem Azul (Lô Borges) Pop Ballad
B4 [03:23] 2.1.png Elis Regina featuring Lô Borges - Vento De Maio (Marcio Borges, Telo Borges) Pop
B5 [03:11] 1.0.png Elis Regina - Calcanhar De Aquiles (Jean Garfunkel, Paulo Garfunkel) Disco / Funk




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