Linda Batista - Hits

Hits

  • A pátria está te chamando, Grande Otelo (1943)
  • Amor passageiro, Jorge Abdalla & Zé Kéti (1952)
  • Bis, maestro, bis!, Cristóvão de Alencar & J. Maia (1940)
  • Bambu, Fernando Lobo & Manezinho Araújo (1951)
  • Batuque no morro, Russo do Pandeiro & Sá Róris (1941)
  • Bom dia, Aldo Cabral & Herivelto Martins - as Três Marias (1942)
  • Calúnia, Lupicínio Rodrigues & Rubens Santos (1958)
  • Chico Viola, Nássara & Wilson Batista - c/Trio Madrigal (1953)
  • Coitado do Edgar, Benedito Lacerda & Haroldo Lobo (1945)
  • Criado com vó, Marambá (1946)
  • Da Central a Belém, Chiquinho Sales (1943)
  • Dona Divergência, Felisberto Martins & Lupicínio Rodrigues (1951)
  • Enlouqueci, João Sales, Luiz Soberano & Valdomiro Pereira (1948)
  • Eu fui à Europa, Chiquinho Sales (1941)
  • Foi assim, Lupicínio Rodrigues (1952)
  • Levou fermento, Monsueto (1956)
  • Madalena, Ari Macedo & Airton Amorim (1951)
  • Marcha do paredão, Armando Cavalcanti & Klécius Caldas (1961)
  • Me deixa em paz, Airton Amorim & Monsueto (1952)
  • Meu pecado, não, Fernando Lobo & Paulo Soledade (1953)
  • Migalhas, Felisberto Martins & Lupicínio Rodrigues (1950)
  • Nega maluca, Ewaldo Ruy & Fernando Lobo (1950)
  • No boteco do José, Augusto Garcez & Wilson Batista (1945)
  • O maior samba do mundo, David Nasser & Herivelto Martins - w/Nelson Gonçalves (1958)
  • Ó abre alas!, Chiquinha Gonzaga - w/Dircinha Batista (1971)
  • Palavra de honra, Armando Fernandes & Carolina Cardoso de Menezes (1955)
  • Prece de um sambista, Billy Blanco (1952)
  • Quem gosta de passado é museu, herself with Jorge de Castro (1964)
  • Quero morrer no carnaval, Luiz Antônio & Eurico Campos (1961)
  • Risque, Ary Barroso - w/Trio Surdina (1953)
  • Stanislau Ponte Preta, Altamiro Carrilho & Miguel Gustavo (1959)
  • Trapo de gente, Ary Barroso - w/Trio Surdina (1953)
  • Tudo é Brasil, Sá Róris & Vicente Paiva (1941)
  • Valsinha do Turi-turé, Custódio Mesquita & Evaldo Rui (1945)
  • Vingança, Lupicínio Rodrigues (1951)
  • Volta, Lupicínio Rodrigues (1957)

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