Rui Veloso (literally the "marginal protector") was Rui Veloso's fourth album released on EMI Portugal in late 1986. It is a homonymous album. His next release was a live album titled Rui Veloso Ao Vivo released three years later, his next studio album would be Mingos & Os Samurais released five years later. The album was recorded between April 1985 and November 1986.
Album Name Rui Veloso. Labels Unknown label. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. É Triste Ser-se Crescido. 3. Cavaleiro Andante. 5. Valsinha das Medalhas.
Rui Veloso, born in 1957, is a Portuguese rock singer and musician. Regarded as the father of Portuguese rock, this composer and interpreter had a great impact on the Portuguese music scene with the record Ar de Rock (April 1980). Songs such as Chico Fininho and A Rapariguinha do Shopping were instant classics in the 1980s. His lyrics, usually written by Carlos Tê, are strongly influenced by Porto's culture.
Rui Veloso – Rui Manuel Gaudêncio Veloso, commonly known as Rui Veloso, CavIH, is a Portuguese rock and blues singer and musician. Although he was born in Lisbon, his family moved to the city of Porto when he was just three months old. This composer and interpreter had a impact on the Portuguese music scene with the record, Ar de Rock. This album is considered a landmark of Rock music in Portugal, songs such as Chico Fininho and A Rapariguinha do Shopping became instant classics when the album was released in 1980.
Rui Veloso (literally the "marginal protector") was Rui Veloso's fourth album released on EMI Portugal in late 1986. Recording Track listing. All tracks were recorted by Rui Veloso and Carlos Tê with some exceptions. It had ten tracks, the last track is the song that brought to the album's name.