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Rebanhão - Mais Doce Que O Mel

Rebanhão - Mais Doce Que O Mel

Musician: Rebanhão
Album title: Mais Doce Que O Mel
Style: Rock & Roll, MPB
Released: 1981
Country: Brazil
Size MP3 version: 1785 mb
Size APE version: 1830 mb
Size WMA version: 1246 mb
Rating ✫: 4.8
Votes: 731
Genre: Rock / Latin

Rebanhão - Mais Doce Que O Mel

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Tudo Passa
Written-By – Carlinhos*
A2 Monte
Written-By – Carlinhos*
A3 Mel
Written-By – Janires
A4.1 Salas De Jantar
Written-By – Janires
A4.2 Jesus Cristo Pode Te Dar
Written-By – Janires
A4.3 Glória Prá Jesus
Written-By – Janires
A4.4 Jesus Filho Do Homem
Written-By – Janires
A4.5 Gloria Ao Pai, Ao Filho, Ao Espirito Santo
Written-By – Janires
B1 Passageiro
Written-By – Carlinhos*
B2 Baião
Written-By – Janires
B3 Refúgio
Written-By – Pedro*
B4 Amizade
Written-By – Carlinhos*
B5 Casinha
Written-By – Janires
B6 Tudo É Meu
Written-By – José Carlos Felix*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Gravações Elétricas S.A.


  • Accordion – Josué Vasconcelo
  • Bass – Paulinho
  • Drums – Kandell
  • Guitar, Vocals – Carlinhos*, Janires
  • Keyboards – Pedro*
  • Percussion – Zé Alberto
  • Recorded By [Auxiliar] – JR
  • Technician – Carlos, Deraldo, Ronaldo
  • Tenor Saxophone – Araújo
  • Trombone – Jessé Sadok*
  • Trumpet – Paulinho
  • Viola – Rick


Mais Doce Que O Mel is the debut album of Brazilian rock band Rebanhão. Launched in 1981, [1] caused intense debate and controversy, both for their music and as for the cover. On the other hand, it is considered the first rock record to be notorious in religious scene nationally. Selling over 150,000 copies, it was reissued on CD in 1995.After a period of jamming, the musicians wrote songs for the album, dealing with social and religious issues. Most of them being produced by vocalists Janires and Carlinhos Felix, work is defined through academic studies and analyzes of specialized media, social and economic problems that society lived, in the light of Protestantism,. Such issues, more explicitly, would be addressed in subsequent disc, Luz Do Mundo.The work, in general, is art rock with influences of progressive rock and the Tropicalia movement. The repertoire is highlighted by the songs "Baiao" and "Casinha" later re-recorded the album live Janires and Friends. For almost ten years, "Refugio", keyboardist Peter Braconnot, was in group presentations. The cover design which features members of Rebanhão, especially Janires with open shirt, was censored, causing Doce Harmonia label to produce a new cover, with part of the photograph covered. This change was kept in its digital version on CD.I have both pictures added. My LP is the censored version.At the time, the band was accused by religious leaders, to produce satanic subliminal messages and songs. [2] boycotted some shows, the uproar caused by its sound fueled the curiosity of the Christian youth of the time, causing the intense popularity of Rebanhão , surprising even the band itself and the independent label which they were associated. Later, the work was well received, being considered one of the classics of Brazilian Christian music, helping a new approach to music production and composition, which occurred years later, with the movement gospel.This album is the "Clube da Esquina" of my generation.