Belchior was a Brazilian singer and composer. He was one of the first MPB singers from the Brazilian northeast to reach mainstream success, in the early 1970s.
"It's the new, it's the new, it's the new, it's the new." So Belchior started singing on his first album, homonymous, from 1974. The beginning of the song "Mote e Glosa", which opens the album, even announced unintentionally, the arrival of a composer and singer like no other. This important LP of national discography returns to stores in 180 gram vinyl, through the collection "Classics in Vinyl", by Polysom.
Belchior signs the production direction of the album, which has arrangements, conducting and artistic direction by Marcus Vinicius. The 11 tracks are authored by Belchior, among them are Passeio, Na Hora do Manhã, winner of the IV University Festival of Brazilian Popular Music, and the success A Palo Seco. In the album, Belchior makes his Northeastern roots clear in the melodies and, as suggested in the title of the first song, the care and appreciation of the lyrics.