Kleiton & Kledir

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After their separation in 1989, the duo of Southern brothers Keyton & Kledir got together again, and all efforts are made by them to firmly establish the idea that they are together for good. The album has re-recordings of their biggest hits, like the very first one, "Maria Fumaça," the biggest one, "Canção da Meia-Noite" (included in the important soap opera Saramandaia, 1976), the nostalgic "Deu Pra Ti," "Nem Pensar," "Paixão," "Vira Virou," and "Tô Que Tô." The duo mixes their gaúcho influences in the accordions and melodies with pop, rock, and reggae rhythms.

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