She left Polygram in 1990, moved to São Paulo and decided to dedicate herself to a less commercial repertoire than that demanded by her former record label. She put together the show “Sobre Todas as Coisas”, backed up by Marcos Suzano (percussion) and Lui Coimbra (violin-cello), with whom she toured Brazil. The show was later recorded by the label Eldorado. In 1993, “Valsa Brasileira”, with its slick repertoire and expert technical back-up, was released by the label Velas and helped to put her up amongst the leading names on the MPB scene. In 1997, she recorded “Per Amore” – which was a commercial sensation, with its sales boosted by the title track. The following year, she released “Passione”, an album Italian songs, only.
Edited by daslava on 26 May 2007, 22:16
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