Milton Nascimento

Walker, Chris
January 2009
Mix;Jan2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p54
The article profiles Milton Nascimento, a famous Brazilian velvety falsetto singer with an impressive range. He was first brought by fellow Brazilian singer Ellis Regina into national prominence by recording his "Canção do Sal" and later appeared on television in 1966. After he made a name internationally, he recorded "Native Dancer" with saxophonist Wayne Shorter. It highlights Nascimento's album with Antonio Carlos "Tom" Jobim who is one of the architects of bossa nova.


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