Original music from the feature film direct by Marcelo Masagão. In collaboration with composers Felipe Alexandre, Guilerme Rios and Wilson Sukorski. Album cover using the original poster film created by Julia Masagão.
Created and produced in 2016 by Eduardo Queiroz, the original music of film REDEMOINHO, directed by José Luiz Villamarin and written by George Moura, was recorded in Lisbon at the iconic Atlantico Blue with the participation of the OCCO - Orquestra de Camara de Cascais e Oeiras.
Written by the English playwright Mark Ravenhill, the play “Shopping and Fucking” was produced and directed in Brazil by Marco Ricca in 1999. The soundtrack created by Eduardo Queiroz in partnership with Marcelo Lima, Patricia Ermel and Fred Fernades is inspired by the London universe of the late 1990s. features 12 original songs and instrumental themes. The songs have the special participation of singer Tata Reiz, Andre Geraissati (Real Dreams) and Maristane Dresh (Fat Dirt Groove). Photo cover by Lenise Pinheiro.
Created and produced in 2001 by Eduardo Queiroz and Marcelo Lima, partners with a long musical history together. With the special participation of percussionist Renato Martins, Road Music was an album inspired by road trips around the world. Stereo Atlantico brings a new version of the album remastered and with 3 bonus songs that didn't line up on the original album.
First album from the serie CLASSIC with original Wind Quintet by Eduardo Queiroz, recorded and mixed in Dolby Atmos.
Originally composed in 2010 for the play “Le Grand Retour de Boris S.” (A Grande Volta) by Serge Kribus which in Brazil was translated by the great actor and director Paulo Autran, was produced and directed by Marco Ricca and had in the cast Fúlvio Stefanini and Rodrigo Lombardi. For this release of The Lost Tapes series, the songs have been remixed and re-mastered, including Dolby Atmos versions. With the participation of David Graton (violin), Diogo Maia (clarinet), Emílio Mendonça (piano), Camilo Carrara (guitars and mandolin) and Fábio Cintra (vocals).
The original soundtrack of the film “CORPO” directed by Rossana Foglia and Rubens Rewald was written in 2005. The recordings sessions were made at the iconic Anonimato Studio in São Paulo featuring Luis Otavio Santos (violin) and João Guilherme Figueiredo (cello). In this release of the series THE LOST TAPES, 6 unreleased songs, that are not part of the final film mixing, was included featuring Rafael Cesário (violoncello)
Original music from the soundtrack of the play "TRUE WEST/OESTE" by Sam Shepard directed by Marco Ricca and starring Fábio Assunção, Otávio Mueller, Oswaldo Mendes and Etty Fraser, produced in 1996. 2 songs were chosen for this EP that were remastered. Eduardo Queiroz plays guitars and Pichu Borelli plays piano and bass.
Original music from the award film directed by Carlos Porto de Andrade.
Cover design by Isabella Cabral.
Originally written for a play by Wood Allen, which in Brazil had the title "Adultérios", it had the participation of the group Seis Com Casca and the cellist Mauro Brucolli. Now available on all streaming platforms under the STEREO ATLANTICO label.
Original Soundtracks and Content