In 1986 she released the first home video concert by a Brazilian artist, "Todas Ao Vivo" which chronicled the tour in support of her 1985 album "Todas" and included several of her previous hits as well as backstage interviews. The late 80s saw Marin". Marina finally returned to prominence with the release of 2003's Acústico MTV (the Brazilian equivalent of the MTV Unplugged series), which spawned two top 10 hit singles (the new track "Sugar" and a reworked version of her 1984 hit "Fullgas") and became her best selling album in over a decade
MTV Unplugged (Shawn Mendes album). "Acustico MTV by Rita Lee". Retrieved January 6, 2014. "Marina Lima: Acústico MTV".
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Marina Correia Lima (born September 17, 1955) is a Brazilian singer and songwriter. She is a prominent female pioneer of Brazilian rock music. From the age of five to twelve, Marina lived in the United States and learned to read first in English and then in Portuguese. She gained attention in 1977 when popular singer Gal Costa recorded her song "Meu Doce Amor". Later on, in 1997, she guest appeared at Titãs' successful live album Acústico MTV, singing the song "Cabeça Dinossauro". Marina finally returned to prominence with the release of 2003's Acústico MTV (the Brazilian equivalent of the MTV Unplugged series), which spawned two top 10 hit singles (the new track "Sugar" and a reworked version of her 1984 hit "Fullgas") and became her best selling album in over a decade. The DVD (the first of her career) was also one of the year's best sellers. Her most recent album is 2006's Lá Nos Primórdios.
Acústico MTV is the second live album released by Brazilian rock band Titãs. The album features Arnaldo Antunes (former member of the band), Liminha, Marisa Monte, Fito Páez, Jimmy Cliff, Rita Lee and Marina Lima as guests artists . Sérgio Britto/Paulo Miklos/Branco Mello. 13. Cabeça Dinossauro (vinheta) (featuring Marina Lima) ("Dinosaur Head (jingle)"). Arnaldo Antunes/Paulo Miklos/Branco Mello.
Acústico MTV is the second live album released by Brazilian rock band Titãs The show featured various guest performances, including Argentinian singer Fito Páez on "Go Back", Marisa Monte on "Flores", Jamaican Jimmy Cliff on "Querem Meu Sangue", and ex-Titãs singer Arnaldo Antunes on "O Pulso". The CD also features a short version of "Cabeça Dinossauro" sung by Marina Lima Despite it having been a radio and commercial success, the band rejected the idea of it being an album conceived with commercial interests. They said creating these versions for their own songs was a challenge.
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