Raul Seixas

Real Name:
Raul Santos Seixas
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Brazilian singer and songwriter, born June 28, 1945 Salvador, Northeast Brazil, died August 21, 1989.
Raul Seixas Santos released his first album when he was known by the nickname of Raulzito album Raulzito E Os Panteras in 1967. Raul Seixas was a famous Brazilian singer and composer, often considered one of the pioneers of Brazilian rock. He was also music producer of CBS during their stay in Rio de Janeiro, and is sometimes called "The Father Brazilian Rock" and "Mad Beauty".
His musical work is composed of 21 albums released in his 26-year career and his musical style is traditionally classified as rock and ballad, and indeed managed to unite both genders in songs like "Let Me Sing, Let Me Sing".
Her debut album, Raulzito E Os Panteras (1967), was produced when he was part of the group " Os Panteras " but only gained critical notoriety and public with the songs of Krig-Ha Bandolo! (1973), as "Ouro De Tolo," "Mosca Na Sopa," "Metamorfose Ambulante" .Raul Seixas acquired a musical style that credited to "contester and mystical", and this is due to the ideals that vindicated, as Alternative society presented in Gita (1974), influenced by figures such as Aleister Crowley. Raul was interested in philosophy (especially metaphysics and ontology), psychology, history, literature and Latin, and some of these beliefs currents were much enjoyed in his work, which had a good or curiosity reception on that account. He managed to enjoy a relatively high audience during his lifetime, and even in the 80s continued to produce albums that sold well, as Uah-Bap-Lu-Bap-Lah-Béin-Bum! (1987) and A Panela Do Diabo (1989), the latter in partnership with Marcelo Nova , and his musical work has continuously increased in size, as his records (mostly posthumous albums) continue to be sold, making it one of the country rock symbol and one of the most revered artists and beloved among fans in the last forty years.
In October 2008, Rolling Stone Brazil promoted the List of the Hundred Greatest Artists Music Brazilian, whose results put Raul Seixas ranks the 19th position, heading names like Milton Nascimento, Maria Bethania, Heitor Villa-Lobos and others. In the previous year, the same magazine promoted the list of the hundred biggest discs of Brazilian Music, where his "Krig-Ha" 1973 reached the 12th position, demonstrating that the musical force of Raul Seixas still considered to be important today day.
The 50 appearances for Brazil resulted in what would be the last album released in life by Raul Seixas. The album was titled The Devil's Pan, which was released by Warner Music Brasil on August 22, 1989.
At 7:00 'Monday morning, August 21, 1989, the maid of Raul Seixas, Dalva Borges, as usual, entered the room where he slept Raul to open the window and watching, saw the sheet covering him to the height of chest. So, he went outside to start the day's tasks. But Raul would not wake up and that was unusual because
often enough one noise and he already lifted. Concerned, Dalva decided to see him again and found him in the same way, and without reaction. Of that way she thought he might be dead. Startled, he rubbed his phone and called friends Marcelo Nova and Jerry Adriani. You could not find them.
then tried the partner number José Roberto Romeira Abraham.
He then asked Dalva placed a mirror next to Raul's nostrils to see if he was still breathing.
She went and came back saying they would not leave steam nose and he gave no sign of life.
With the doctor Luciano Stancka and Marcelo Nova, Abraham went to Raul's flat and there came the doctor found that he was dead already had a few hours and gave the death certificate. The news was held until the afternoon to not cause confusion in the building. Raul Seixas died at 44 years of acute pancreatitis caused by excessive drinking.
The LP A Panela Do Diabo sold 150,000 copies, earning Raul a posthumous gold record, delivered to your family and also to Marcelo Nova, thus becoming one of the most successful of his career discs .
Raul was laid for the rest of the day at the Anhembi Convention.
The next day his body was taken by air to Salvador and buried at 17 pm in the Garden Cemetery Saudade.
Cause of Death: Acute Pancreatitis.
Burial: Garden Cemetery Saudade, Salvador, Bahia.
Rua Campinas Brotas, 754 - Brotas, Salvador - BA.
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Raul Seixas Discography Tracks

Albums

Raul Seixas - Krig-Ha, Bandolo! album art Raul Seixas Krig-Ha, Bandolo! (Album) Philips Brazil 1973 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Gitâ album art Raul Seixas Gitâ (Album) Philips Brazil 1974 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - 20 Anos de Rock album art Raul Seixas 20 Anos de Rock (Album) Philips Brazil 1975 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Novo Aeon album art Raul Seixas Novo Aeon (Album) Philips Brazil 1975 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Há 10 Mil Anos Atrás album art Raul Seixas Há 10 Mil Anos Atrás (Album) Philips Brazil 1976 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Raul Rock Seixas album art Raul Seixas Raul Rock Seixas (Album) Fontana Brazil 1977 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - O Dia Em Que A Terra Parou album art Raul Seixas O Dia Em Que A Terra Parou (Album) Warner Bros. Records Brazil 1977 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Mata Virgem album art Raul Seixas Mata Virgem (Album) Warner Bros. Records Brazil 1978 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Por Quem Os Sinos Dobram album art Raul Seixas Por Quem Os Sinos Dobram (Album) Wea Brazil 1979 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Abre-te Sésamo album art Raul Seixas Abre-te Sésamo (Album) Discos CBS Brazil 1980 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Raul Seixas album art Raul Seixas Raul Seixas (Album) Estúdio Eldorado Brazil 1983 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Metrô Linha 743 album art Raul Seixas Metrô Linha 743 (Album) Som Livre Brazil 1984 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Ao Vivo - Único e Exclusivo album art Raul Seixas Ao Vivo - Único e Exclusivo (Album) Estúdio Eldorado Brazil 1984 Sell This Version
RRC 0001 Raul Seixas - Let Me Sing My Rock 'N' Roll album art Raul Seixas Let Me Sing My Rock 'N' Roll(LP, Album, Ltd, Num) Raul Rock Club RRC 0001 Brazil 1985 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Caroço De Manga album art Raul Seixas Caroço De Manga (Comp, Album) Elenco Brazil 1987 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Uah-Bap-Lu-Bap-Lah-Béin-Bum! album art Raul Seixas Uah-Bap-Lu-Bap-Lah-Béin-Bum! (Album) Copacabana Brazil 1987 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - A Pedra Do Gênesis album art Raul Seixas A Pedra Do Gênesis (Album) Copacabana Brazil 1988 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - A Panela Do Diabo album art Raul Seixas e Marcelo Nova Raul Seixas e Marcelo Nova - A Panela Do Diabo (Album) WEA Brazil 1989 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Eu Raul Seixas - Show Ao Vivo Na Praia Do Gonzaga 1982 album art Raul Seixas Eu Raul Seixas - Show Ao Vivo Na Praia Do Gonzaga 1982 (Album) Philips Brazil 1991 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - O Baú Do Raul album art Raul Seixas O Baú Do Raul (Album) Philips Brazil 1992 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Raul Seixas Vivo album art Raul Seixas Raul Seixas Vivo (Album) Eldorado Brazil 1993 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Se O Rádio Não Toca... album art Raul Seixas Se O Rádio Não Toca... (Album) Eldorado Brazil 1994 Sell This Version
011 288 2 Raul Seixas - Documento album art Raul Seixas Documento(CD, Album) MZA Music 011 288 2 Brazil 1998 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Os 24 Maiores Sucessos Da Era Do Rock album art Raul Seixas Os 24 Maiores Sucessos Da Era Do Rock (Album) Universal Music Brazil 2001 Sell This Version
Raul Seixas - Isso Aqui Não É Woodstock, Mas Um Dia Pode Ser album art Raul Seixas Isso Aqui Não É Woodstock, Mas Um Dia Pode Ser (Album) Eldorado Brazil 2014 Sell This Version