Carlos, Erasmo is an album by Brazilian singer and songwriter Erasmo Carlos, released in 1971.
…most closely associated with his friend and longtime collaborator Roberto Carlos (no relation). Together, they have created many chart hits including “É Proibido Fumar”.
A core member of the Jovem Guarda (“Young Guard”) scene of 1960s Brazilian pop-rock, Erasmo often appeared on television, in magazines and feature films with fellow teen idols Roberto Carlos and Wanderléa.
In contrast to his simpler pop-rock early sound, Erasmo went on to produce several of the more moody and introspective MPB records of the 1970s, including “Sonhos e Memorias” and “Carlos, Erasmo”.
- “De noite na cama”
- “Masculino, feminino”
- “É preciso dar um jeito, meu amigo”
- “Dois animais na selva suja da rua”
- “Agora ninguém chora mais”
- “Sodoma e Gomorra”
- “Mundo deserto”
- “Não te quero santa”
- “Ciça, Cecília”
- “Em busca das canções perdidas nº 2”
- “26 anos de vida normal”
- “Maria Joana”