Lulu Santos is a Brazilian superstar who has solid credentials in his high-selling discography and is linked to the engendering of Brazilian rock since the '70s. He wrote a film soundtrack and texts on music on magazines and, as a producer, worked for Titãs (Televisão) and Premeditando o Breque (O Melhor dos Iguais). Fascinated by the Beatles, Santos formed his first group at 12, covering their hits. At 19, he began to play in Veludo Elétrico, opening his professional phase. In 1974, he joined Vímana, an important group for the gestation of the Brazilian rock style. Expelled from the group due to disagreements with Patrick Moraz, he hadn't even a place to sleep, since Vímana worked in the communal style so dear to the '70s imagery. It was when Santos met Antônio Pedro Fortuna, a friend and former bassist for the Os Mutantes. In ...
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