Amélia Claudia Garcia Colares
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Amelia Claudia Garcia Colares (Fortaleza, July 21, 1950), better known as Amelinha, is a Brazilian singer and songwriter. He began his career in the 1970's alongside other Ceará's singers as Fagner, Belchior and Ednardo, the group became known in the art world as "The Staff of Ceará". He left his homeland in 1970, to study communication in São Paulo. Initially as an amateur singing, Amelinha toured the singer-songwriter Fagner, who is a friend. From the year 1974, began his professional music career, appearing in television programs. In 1975, he traveled to Punta del Este, Uruguay, accompanied by Vinicius de Moraes and Toquinho. Two years later, Amelinha launches the album "Flor da Paisagem" under production by Fagner, and was appointed as a singer revelation of the MPB. In 1979 he won a gold record with the release of LP "Frevo". But it was in 1980 that Amelinha was consecrated as a great interpreter of Brazilian popular music with the song "Foi Deus Que Fez Você," composed by Luiz Ramalho for the MPB 80 Festival. The song was ranked at No. 2 and sold over a million CDs, reaching No. 1 on the charts of the FM and AM radios. In 1980 he won the 2nd prize of the Festival of Rede Globo (MPB-80) with the song "Foi Deus Que Fez Você." Consecrated in 1982 singing the theme "Mulher Nova, Bonita e Carinhosa Faz o Homem Gemer Sem Sentir Dor". At that time already had several recordings and some discs produced by Zé Ramalho. In 1982, interprets the theme song of the miniseries "Lampião and Maria Bonita," appears on Rede Globo, entitled "Mulher Nova, Bonita e Carinhosa Faz o Homem Gemer Sem Sentir Dor" and eponymous album was among the top 50 sellers of the year 1982. "Romance da lua, lua" is a translation of a poem by Garcia Lorca in Romanceiro Cigano (original in Spanish, Romancero Gitano). She was married to the singer and composer Zé Ramalho.