Djavan has always been one of my favorite Brazilian singers. He was born in Maceió, Brazil. His first album, A Voz, o Violão e a Arte de Djavan, was recorded in 1976 and included the hit song "Flor de Lis". Stevie Wonder was a guest on the track Solitare. In 1999, his album Ao Vivo sold 1.2 million copies.

In 2016, he was nominated for the 2016 Grammy Awards in the Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Portuguese Language Song and Best Singer-Songwriter Album categories. Djavan's compositions have been recorded by numerous musicians, including Al Jarreau, Carmen McRae and The Manhattan Transfer.

Please enjoy this collection of some of his finest music. US LISTENERS: There might be a copyright issue, if so please follow this link to listen from my Google Drive (please ignore scan warning, the link is SAFE);

drive.google.com/open?id=1c10H...CaDZkiXqEUpk7-X

00:00 Linha do Equador
00:04 Asa
00:08 Seduzir
00:12 Se Acontecer
00:16 Madressilva
00:20 Orquídea
00:24 Solitude
00:27 Vesúvio
00:30 Acelerou
00:35 Se...
00:40 Pétala
00:44 Eu Te Devoro
00:49 Flor de Lis
00:53 Navio
00:58 Oceano
01:03 Capim
01:07 Esquinas
01:12 Meu Bem Querer
01:15 Álibi
01:18 Cedo ou Tarde
01:22 Um Amor Puro
01:28 Outono
01:32 Com Mais Ninguém
01:35 Ladeirinha
01:39 Fato Consumado
01:41 Lambada De Serpente
01:44 A Ilha
01:48 Vive
01:54 Faltando Um Pedaço
01:58 Não É um Bolero
02:03 Mal de Mim
02:06 Sina
02:11 Nem um Dia
02:17 Samurai

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