E Ainda

Carlos Do Carmo

Carlos Do Carmo E Ainda
  • CD1: 1. Fado Zé - Introdução
  • CD1: 2. Mariquinhas.com
  • CD1: 3. Sombra
  • CD1: 4. Canção De Vida
  • CD1: 5. Poemas Canhotos
  • CD1: 6. Bem Disposto, Então Vá
  • CD1: 7. Jogo Do Lenço
  • CD1: 8. Canção
  • CD1: 9. . Fado Zé - Fecho
  • CD2: 1. Introdução
  • CD2: 2. Vim Para o
  • CD2: 3. Intro Gaivota
  • CD2: 4. Gaivota
  • CD2: 5. Canoas do Tejo
  • CD2: 6. Duas Lágrimas de Orvalho
  • CD2: 7. Estranha Forma de Vida
  • CD2: 8. Pontas Soltas
  • CD2: 9. Ary dos Santos - Estrela da Tarde
  • CD2: 10. Os Putos
  • CD2: 11. Olhos Garotos
  • CD2: 12. Medley Instrumental
  • CD2: 13. Um Homem na Cidade
  • CD2: 14. Bairro Alto
  • CD2: 15. Mariquinhas.com
  • CD2: 16. Fado dos Cheirinh
  • CD2: 17. Fecho
  • CD2: 18. O Cacilheiro
  • CD2: 19. O Homem das Castanhas
  • CD2: 20. Lisboa, Menina e Moça

Carlos De Carmo passed away in early 2021. Portugal and the world mourned the passing of one of the most important personalities in Portuguese culture, one of the greatest paragons in the history of fado. Carlos do Carmo left us a tremendous legacy.  And maybe the most precious gift he has left us is a record of previously unreleased songs. An album which Carlos do Carmo carefully conceived of himself, with the thoroughness and dedication we all grew to expect over his nearly 60-year long career. Even though its release will be posthumous, “E Ainda…” was fully created and finished within his lifetime.  “E Ainda…” is Carlos do Carmo’s last record, with all the historic and symbolic weight that this implies. It was recorded over a three-year period, the creation of a man whose intuition told him there were still fados and poets for him to sing.  “E Ainda…” is released in its standard 2 CD version (which includes the studio album and the concert at the Lisbon Coliseu, in 2019) The concert at Coliseu dos Recreios, in Lisbon, in 2019, was Carlos do Carmo’s last live performance. Celebrating his 80th birthday at the time, the fadista regaled the audience with stories and memories, while revisiting songs from a career whose fundamental gift was popularizing fado for a wider audience, which grew up listening to ‘Os Putos’, ‘O Cacilheiro’, ‘O Homem das Castanhas’, ‘Lisboa Menina e Moça’, ‘Um Homem na Cidade’ or ‘Canoas no Tejo’.  Much like then, this is the time for celebrating a whole lifetime of bringing fado to the World


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