CESARIA EVORIA

Rogamar

2006-02-28

The legacy continues. Now in her early sixties, Evoria still carries the same distinctive honey-toned, soft-burred voice. This album means literally “praise the sea, pray to the sea;” the unpredictable Mar Azul that poets sing about and seamen fear. This about sums it up: “My talent is to sing.” – Cesaria Evora -P

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