Lula Côrtes  

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Lula Côrtes (1949/1950 — 26 March 2011), was a Brazilian musician, best remembered for his contributions to the Zé Ramalho 1975 album Paêbirú. He released several albums, including Satwa in 1973 and Rosa de Sangue in 1980.

He worked with Ramalho on other albums including his 1978 debut, Zé Ramalho, De Gosto de Água e de Amigos in 1985 and Cidades e Lendas in 1996.

Death

Lula Côrtes died on 26 March 2011, in Recife, Brazil, from throat cancer, aged 61.

Discography

  • 1975: Paêbirú
  • 1973: Satwa
  • 1980: Rosa de Sangue




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