Beto Villares

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2 Excelentes Lugares Bonitos 4:14 $1.49 Buy
3 Rio da Bossa Nova 4:16 $1.49 Buy
4 No Dende Augua 5:03 $1.49 Buy
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11 Santo Negro 3:14 $1.49 Buy
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14 Pra Acabar 2:33 $1.49 Buy
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Listeners outside of Brazil may not immediately recognize the name Beto Villares, but with his self-titled debut album for Six Degrees Records and production credits behind one of the biggest selling international records of 2007 (the GRAMMY nominated CéU album), this is sure to change. For the past decade he’s developed into an established musician, composer, multi-instrumentalist and music producer. Back in his home country of Brazil, Beto is one of the most in-demand producers for award-winning movie soundtracks, hit-television shows, and multi-platinum selling recording artists. Now with his self-titled release, he is shaping up to gain the same reputation worldwide. Beto is responsible for the soundtracks to TV shows including City of Men (the television adaptation of the well-regarded book and movie City of God), Antonia and Filhos do Carnaval, and also composed the music for hit films like The Year My Parents Went on Vacation and the Golden Globe nominated Behind the Sun. As a producer, he has worked with such acclaimed artists as Pato Fu, Zélia Duncan (of Os Mutantes), and the previously mentioned CéU. Those artists returned the favor when Beto was recording his first solo album, Beto Villares, on which all of them appear, along with Antonio Pinta and Siba.