Ná Ozzetti has building a career in the "Vanguarda Paulistana" (São Paulo's vanguard), which gives her freedom from the mandatory statutes of commercial pop production. On the other hand, she sticks to a mainstream acoustic style (heavily Brazilian-inspired), less experimental than vanguard colleagues such as Itamar Assumpção and Luiz Tatit, who sing almost all lyrics in this album. José Miguel Wisnik, her brother Dante Ozzetti, and Ná Ozzetti herself share the composition of the rest of the songs, with only one written by Cacique/Antônio Correia. With sensitive renditions of interesting songs, Ná Ozzetti is establishing herself as a mainstream singer, but she is cult enough to be free. Other songs deserving mention are the stylized samba "Você se Foi," "Nosso Amor" (in the lines of Grupo Rumo), the beautiful duet voice/violão in "Outra Viagem," the swinging "Ultrapássaro," the East-inspired "O Tapete," and "Sanfoneiros Serelepes."
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AllMusic Review by Alvaro Neder