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Moto Perpetuo
Moto Perpetuo
190296977831
CD - 1 item(s)
MPB / Warner (1973)
Voltando ao catalogo. Ant. ref.: 0927465722. Liderada por Guilherme Arantes, a "Banda Moto Perpetuo" foi fundada em 1973 junto aos mœsicos e amigos Egydio Conde, Di—genes Burone, Gerson Tatini e Claudio Lucci. O œnico disco lanado pela forma‹o original da banda traz 11 faixas que s‹o verdadeiras raridades do rock progressivo brasileiro da dŽcada de 70. As influncias do Moto PerpŽtuo marcaram profundamente a bem-sucedida carreira solo de Guilherme Arantes. 11 faixas.
Back to catalog. Old ref.: 0927465722. Led by Guilherme Arantes, The "Banda Moto PerpŽtuo" was founded in 1973 with musicians and friends Egydio Conde, Diogenes Burone, Gerson Tatini and Claudio Lucci. The only album released by the band's original lineup includes 11 tracks that are true rarities of Brazilian progressive rock of the 70's. Perpetual Moto's influences profoundly marked Guilherme Arantes' successful solo career.
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track list
01 - MAL O SOL
02 - CONTO COMIGO
03 - VERDE VERTENTE
04 - MATINAL
05 - TRES E EU
06 - NAO RECLAMO DA CHUVA
07 - DUAS
08 - SOBE
09 - SEGUIR VIAGEM
10 - OS JARDINS
11 - TURBA
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