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Performer: José Afonso
Album: José Afonso, Adriano Correia De Oliveira, Padre Fanhais
Country: Portugal
Style: Folk
MP3 version ZIP size: 1656 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1939 mb
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Adriano Maria Correia Gomes de Oliveira, GCIH, ComL, or just Adriano (April 9, 1942 – October 16, 1982) was a Portuguese musician, born to a conservative Roman Catholic family in Porto. His family moved to Avintes after his birth. Adriano was a personal friend of many musicians like Zeca Afonso, Padre Fanhais, Sérgio Godinho, or Luísa Basto, with whom he collaborated in the recording of many albums. Is first EP, Fado de Coimbra, was released in 1963. In 1967 he recorded the album Adriano Correia de Oliveira with, among other songs, Canção com Lágrimas. He was at the military service when publishes O Canto e as Armas, with Manuel Alegre's poems, in 1969, flollowed by Cantaremos (1970) and Gente de Aqui e de Agora (1971). After the Carnation Revolution, launches Que Nunca Mais, with poems by Manuel da Fonseca.

José Manuel Cerqueira Afonso dos Santos, known as José Afonso, Zeca Afonso (Portuguese pronunciation: ) or just Zeca (2 August 1929 – 23 February 1987) is among the most influential folk and political musicians in Portuguese history. He became an icon in Portugal due to the role of his music in the resistance against the dictatorial regime of Oliveira Salazar. He played in Switzerland, Germany, and Sweden, in a fado guitar group with Adriano Correia de Oliveira, José Niza, Jorge Godinho, Durval Moreirinhas and the singer Esmeralda Amoedo. In May 1964, José Afonso played in the Musical Society Workers' Brotherhood in Grândola, where he found the inspiration to compose the song "Grândola, Vila Morena", which would become the signal (broadcast by the national radio channel) for the start of the Carnation Revolution in April 1974.

Adriano Maria Correia Gomes de Oliveira, GCIH, ComL, or just Adriano (April 9, 1942 - October 16, 1982) was . .Posts About Adriano Correia de Oliveira. anthem of resistance to the dictatorship. In 1967 he recorded the album Adriano Correia de Oliveira with, among other songs,

In theater, in the 1960s and the 1970s, he attended theatrical plays with Costa Ferreira, Carmen Dolores and Rogério Paulo. The best-known song was "Livre", a hymn to the free will and thought as the album was released during the Fascist regime of Oliveira Salazar, against the official censorship. After that, Freire became a close friend of some of the most influential left-wing musicians like Zeca Afonso, Padre Fanhais or Adriano Correia de Oliveira.

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Adriano Correia Claro (born 26 October 1984), known simply as Adriano, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Spanish club FC Barcelona. One of few players in professional football who are genuinely ambidextrous, he is capable of playing as a defender or midfielder, on both sides of the pitch. After starting his career with Coritiba, he moved to Spain in 2005, going on to spend several seasons in La Liga with Sevilla and Barcelona and win several major titles with both clubs, including the treble with the latter in 2015.

Adriano Maria Correia Gomes de Oliveira, GCIH, ComL, or just Adriano (April 9, 1942 – October 16, 1982) was a Portuguese musician, born to a conservative Roman Catholic family in Porto. Adriano was a personal friend of musicians like Zeca Afonso, Padre Fanhais, Sérgio Godinho, or Luísa Basto, with whom he collaborated in the recording of many albums. His first recording Fado de Coimbra, was released in 1963. Accompanied by António Portugal and Rui Pato. In 1967 he recorded the album "Adriano Correia de Oliveira" with, among other songs, Canção com Lágrimas. During his military service in 1969, O Canto e as Armas with poetry by Manuel Alegre, is released followed in 1970 by Cantaremos and Gente de Aqui e de Agora in 1971.

Adriano Maria Correia Gomes de Oliveira,, or just Adriano (April 9, 1942 – October 16, 1982) was a Portuguese musician, born to a conservative Roman Catholic family in Porto. He went to Coimbra to study at the University of Coimbra, and eventually dropped out, albeit being involved in the student activism and Coimbra fado music. Adriano correia de oliveira fala do homem nascido.

Adriano Correia de Oliveira - "Fado da Mentira" do disco "Noite de Coimbra" (EP 1960). Capa Negra Rosa Negra Adriano Correia de Oliveira. ADRIANO CORREIA DE OLIVEIRA - Canção com Lágrimas. Zeca Afonso - Traz outro amigo também. Adriano Correia de Oliveira - "Minha mãe" do disco "Fados de Coimbra II" (EP 1962). Quatro Quadras Soltas: Sérgio Godinho, Adriano Correia de Oliveira, Zeca Afonso e Fausto.

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Tracklist

José Afonso Menina Dos Olhos Tristes
Adriano Correia De Oliveira Sou Barco
Francisco Fanhais Canção Do Vento
Adriano Correia De Oliveira Canção Terceira
Francisco Fanhais Juventude
Adriano Correia De Oliveira Para Que Quero Ali Olhos
José Afonso Canta Camarada
Francisco Fanhais Areia Da Praia
José Afonso Exilío
Francisco Fanhais Cantilena

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SB 1033 José Afonso, Adriano Correia De Oliveira, Padre Fanhais* José Afonso, Adriano Correia De Oliveira, Padre Fanhais* - José Afonso, Adriano Correia De Oliveira, Padre Fanhais ‎(LP, Comp) Orfeu SB 1033 Portugal Unknown
Super Budget 2033 José Afonso, Adriano Correia De Oliveira, Padre Fanhais* José Afonso, Adriano Correia De Oliveira, Padre Fanhais* - José Afonso, Adriano Correia De Oliveira, Padre Fanhais ‎(LP, Comp) Orfeu Super Budget 2033 Portugal Unknown
Performer: José Afonso
Genre: World, Country and Folk
Title: Ao Vivo
Country: Portugal
Released: 2019
Performer: Xavier De Oliveira
Genre: World, Country and Folk
Title: É Espectáculo
Performer: Paula Oliveira
Genre: Jazz
Title: Fado Roubado
Country: Portugal
Released: 2007
Performer: Jorge Goes
Genre: Jazz
Title: Contra A Corrente
Released: 2001
Performer: José Afonso
Genre: World, Country and Folk
Title: Com As Minhas Tamanquinhas
Country: Portugal
Released: 1987
Performer: Carlos Paredes
Genre: World, Country and Folk
Title: Carlos Paredes / José Afonso / Luiz Goes
Country: Portugal
Released: 1991
Performer: José Afonso
Genre: World, Country and Folk
Title: Contos Velhos Rumos Novos
Country: Portugal
Released: 1996
Performer: José Afonso
Genre: World, Country and Folk
Title: Baladas E Canções
Released: 2012
Performer: José Carlos Ary Dos Santos
Genre: Audio / Classical / World, Country and Folk
Title: Espiral Op.70
Released: 1969
Performer: Lourenço De Oliveira
Genre: World, Country and Folk
Title: Lourenço De Oliveira
Released: 1968