Rest_In_Peace's current selection is:
Bagulho no Bumba
by Virguloides, feat. producer Carlos Eduardo Miranda, also percussion/backing vocals
Carlos Eduardo Miranda (1962 to 2018) was a Brazilian journalist, musician, producer and reality TV judge. Carlos Eduardo Miranda was born in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, on March 21st 1962. By the 1980s, he had become one of the most active musicians in the 'alternative rock' scene of Rio Grande do Sul, and as a keyboardist and composer was a member of at least two local groups who had risen to prominence in Brazil in that decade - 'Taranatirica' and 'Urubu Rei'. After moving to Sao Paulo, he became involved with the independent music scene there, producing such groups as 'Akira S' and 'As Garotas que Erraram'. Going on to work with other talent in the 1990s (mainly for the labels 'Banguela Records' and 'Excelente'), he collaborated with such acts as 'Raimundos', 'Skank', 'O Rappa', 'Virguloides' (featured here), 'Blues Etilicos', Cordel do Fogo Encantado', 'Cansei de Ser Sexy', 'Moveis Coloniais de Acaju', 'MQN', 'Mundo Livre SA' and 'Graforreia Xilarmonica'. As a contributor to the Brazilian music and pop culture magazine "Bizz", he would write record reviews and Top 100 lists, but was seen as quite a controversial music critic due to his vividly expressed opinions. During the span of his music career, he was usually better known simply as 'Miranda', and served on the juries of several 'SBT' television talent shows, such as "Idolos", "Astros" and "Qual e o Seu Talento?". He had particularly intense creative relationships with the groups 'Defalla' and 'Os Replicantes', and outside of this activity also produced a special edition of the sports magazine TV show "Acao Games". Carlos Eduardo Miranda died at his home in Sao Paulo after a sudden illness on March 22nd 2018, the day after his 56th birthday. He leaves his wife Isabel Hammes, a fellow singer and vocal coach. [ Translated from: ]
Posted: 8th May 2018
Hundreds of very talented musicians pass away each year, some without much recognition at all. On "Rest In Peace", I aim to give them a fitting 'send-off', with a decent Tribute. I hope you will join me in marking their passing.....
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