Thursday, 9 March 2017


After Celly Campello hit the top of the charts in Brazil with 'Estupido cupido' - released by EMI-Odeon in March 1959 - every single record label dreamed of having their own Celly. Polydor signed Regina Celia, Miguel Vaccaro's independent Young found another talented young lady called Regina Celia too so they had to change her name to Regiane instead.  


'Se não, eu morro também' written by Roberto Carlos b/w 'Mil razões p'ra te amar' written by Hamilton Di Giorgio & Afonso Soares.

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