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At 65, he increases range

On new CD, Caetano Veloso puts emphasis on rock

Caetano Veloso helped forge the Brazilian multi-arts movement Tropicalismo in the late 1960s. Caetano Veloso helped forge the Brazilian multi-arts movement Tropicalismo in the late 1960s.
By Siddhartha Mitter
Globe Correspondent / November 2, 2007

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Caetano Veloso has never been one to rest on his laurels. At 65, the great Brazilian singer, who plays the Orpheum Theatre tonight, still shows the restlessness that first earned him fame in the late 1960s, when, together with fellow Bahian Gilberto Gil, he helped forge the ebullient, edgy, multi-arts movement called Tropicalismo. Their music at the time associated the ... (Full article: 958 words)

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