El Rey de 'Bossa Nova', Caetano Veloso

Caetano Veloso, músico, poeta, cineasta y activista político.

"La estatura de Caetano Veloso en la escena internacional está a la altura de Dylan, Marley, Lennon y McCartney. Basta un recorrido a través de su extensa producción musical de casi 40 años para demostrar que esta comparación no es una exageración. Aunque su compromiso con el arte politizado nunca ha disminuido, Veloso pasó de ser un cantautor muy popular hasta convertirse el centro de la música pop Brasileira. Caetano Veloso es uno de los pocos músicos que a pesar de ser popular, vender muchos discos y ser una superestrella certificada, nunca se ha engrandecido, sido narcisista o preocupado por estar a la moda. A lo largo de su carrera ha mantenido un paso firme de grabaciones, producciones y presentaciones en vivo. Y a sus 60 años, no muestra señas de deterioro artístico.."



"Caetano Veloso has been called the Bob Dylan of Brazil -- a popular musician who has made staggering artistic and intellectual contributions to his country[Brazil]. The New York Times recently dubbed him "Brazil's unofficial poet laureate".Born in 1942 in Santo Amaro de Purificão, in the province of Bahia in eastern Brazil, Caetano Veloso grew up immersed in the arts. His first loves were writing and film making, but he soon turned to music. He cites his earliest and most profound influence as Bossa Nova, the traditional Brazilian Jazz genre, and its master musician and composer, Joao Gilberto.."


"Cucurrucucu Paloma"-
from Pedro Almodovar's Movie, Habla Con Ella/Talk to her





Michael Jackson's Billie Jean(Live)




Fina Estampa(Live)-
Me encanta esta cancion y la interpretacion de Caetano





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