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Marcos Kostenbader Valle (born September 14 1943 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian singer, songwriter and record producer. His work has found success across many musical styles both within Brazil and in the rest of the world, including bossa nova, samba, incidental music for drama, and fusions of American/European rock and dance music with Brazilian styles.

Discography

  • 1963: Samba "Demais" (Odeon)
  • 1965: O Compositor e o Cantor (Odeon)
  • 1966: Braziliance! (Warner/Odeon)
  • 1968: Samba '68 (Verve)
  • 1968: Viola Enluarada (Odeon)
  • 1969: Mustang côr de Sangue (Odeon)
  • 1970: Marcos Valle (Odeon)
  • 1971: Garra (Odeon)
  • 1972: Vento Sul (Odeon)
  • 1973: Previsão do Tempo (Odeon)
  • 1974: Marcos Valle (Odeon)
  • 1981: Vontade de Rever Você (Som Livre)
  • 1983: Marcos Valle (Som Livre)
  • 1986: Tempo da Gente (Arca Som)
  • 1999: Nova Bossa Nova (Far Out)
  • 2001: Escape (Far Out)
  • 2001: Bossa Entre Amigos (with Roberto Menescal and Wanda Sá) (Albatroz) – also on DVD
  • 2003: Live in Montreal (with Victor Biglione) (Rob) - recorded in 2000
  • 2003: Contrasts (Far Out)
  • 2005: Jet Samba (Dubas)
  • 2008: Conecta: Ao Vivo no Cinematheque (live) (EMI) – also on DVD
  • 2009: Página Central (with Celso Fonseca) (Biscoito Fino)
  • 2010: Estática (Far Out)
  • 2011: Valle Tudo (EMI) – 11-CD box set - recorded 1963-1974
  • 2012: Anos 80 (Discobertas) – 3-CD box set - recorded 1981-1986
  • 2012: Ensaio (Warner) - recorded in 2001 - also on DVD
  • 2013: Ao Vivo (with Stacey Kent) (Sony/BMG)

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