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Autograph by Elis Regina (1979)

Autograph by Elis Regina (1979)

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In 1979, Elis Regina autographs in Belo Horizonte, the official magazine of her last major tour, “Elis, this woman”, with other members of her band.

Official magazine of the 1979 tour, “Elis, this woman”, signed by Elis Regina on the cover, and four other musicians from her band on the inside pages, for “Roberto”. 12 pages, among them, 3 contain autographs. Dedications in Portuguese. 21 cm x 28 cm. November 17, 1979, Belo Horizonte. Excellent condition. Single piece.


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From the age of eleven, Elis Regina (1945-1982) began to perform on radio programs. However, his success only came in 1965, when he won a singing competition with the song "Arrastão", written by Edu Lobo and Vinicius de Moraes.

As everyone knows, Elis Regina became a key figure in the emerging Brazilian popular music (MPB), where samba, bossa nova, pop and rock were mixed. Despite being a fervent and outspoken opponent of the military regime in force in Brazil since 1964, Elis Regina had to conform with the government, to avoid the exile or imprisonment that many artists suffered during this period.

In 1974, "Pimentinha" reached its peak with the album Elis et Tom, where he recorded Tom Jobim's repertoire with Antonio Carlos Jobim, often cited as one of the best bossa nova albums ever released. In addition, she has worked with Milton Nascimento, Ronaldo Bôscoli, Chico Buarque, Jorge Ben and Caetano Veloso.

On January 19, 1982, aged 36, the artist died from an excess of cocaine, alcohol and tranquilizers. More than fifteen thousand inconsolable fans attended the funeral of this legend of Brazilian music.

Elis Regina's 1979 tour is considered one of the most important of her career. During the tour, Elis performed in several Brazilian cities, including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte, as well as performing in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The tour's repertoire consisted of popular Brazilian songs, including some of their most famous records, such as "Elis" and "Falso Brilhante". The highlight of the tour was the concert "Transversal do Tempo", held at Ginásio do Ibirapuera, in São Paulo, in September 1979. This concert was recorded live and later released as a double album, becoming one of the most important records of Elis Regina's career.

The 1979 tour also marked Elis' last major tour before her premature death in 1982, which makes this magazine, autographed by her on the cover , with a large dedication , a dream piece for Pimentinha fans.

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