Edy Star's debut LP, Sweet Edy (1974), is one of the key cult albums from 1970s Brazil, never reissued on vinyl until now.
- Still remembered by many for being one of the members of the Sociedade de Gra-ordem Kavernista, the psychedelic and vaudeville project created by Raul Seixas in 1971, Edy Star is an artist whose work has broadly covered very diverse fields: visual artist, actor, singer.
- In 1974, producer João Araújo invited him to record a full-length album, possibly excited by his participation in the Seixas project some years earlier; Edy called upon his friendship with a large number of local talented composers and asked for songs by Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, and Erasmo Carlos.
- Featuring glam rock, funk, samba jazz and songs written by the best composers of the time, anyone looking for a Brazilian take on Marc Bolan, David Bowie, or Roxy Music will love this stunning record.
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