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Som Nosso de Cada Dia

Som Nosso de Cada Dia
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Som Nosso de Cada Dia (sometimes known as Som Nosso) was a prominent Brazilian rock band formed in the 1972 by Antonio "Manito" Rosas Sanches (keyboards, woodwinds), Peter "Pedrão" Baldanza (guitar, bass), and Pedrinho Batera (drums, vocals). After Manito's 1975 departure, the band expanded to a four-piece until breaking up in 1978. The band reunited in 1993, remaining together until Batera's death in 1995, and again 2008, this time lasting until Manito's death in 2011.
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Som Nosso de Cada Dia — Live '94 Som Nosso de Cada Dia — Live '94
(Progressive Rock Worldwide PRW 024, 1994, CD)
Som Nosso — Som Nosso Som Nosso — Som Nosso
(Columbia Brazil 2-495862, 1977/2001, CD)
Som Nosso de Cada Dia — A Procura da Essência Som Nosso de Cada Dia — A Procura da Essência
(Rock Symphony RSLN 110/111, 1976/2004, 2CD)
Som Nosso de Cada Dia — Ao Vivo no Aquarius Som Nosso de Cada Dia — Ao Vivo no Aquarius
(Museu do Disco SNVP01CD, 1976/2004, CD)
Som Nosso de Cada Dia — Snegs Som Nosso de Cada Dia — Snegs
(Progressive Rock Worldwide PRW 011, 1974/1993, CD)

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