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ndia is the fourth studio album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released on 1973 by Philips Records. Its major hits were "Índia", "Volta" and "Desafinado". ndia is an MPB album, with influences from tropicália, folk, psychedelic, jazz, funk and rock. The artwork depicts Gal Costa semi-nude with indigenous Brazilian vests. It was originally censored by the Brazilian military government, but the full artwork was released by Costa in 2015.

ndia ‎(LP, Album, RE, RP). Philips. ndia ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial).

Gal Costa (born Maria da Graça Costa Penna Burgos on 26 September 1945) is a Brazilian singer of popular music. Her mother, Mariah Costa Penna (deceased 1993) spent hours listening to classical music during her pregnancy in hopes that Gal would be interested in music. Gal's father, Arnaldo Burgos (deceased 1960), died when Gal was 15 years old and the two would never meet.

With Índia, Gal Costa completely abandoned the absurd, screaming guitars and wild drumming for some of the lushest, most sophisticated, and most complex arrangements of her career. Her voice is clear and inviting as always, sitting perfectly with the strings, accordions, horns, reeds, and percussion that swirl around, effortlessly punctuating the romance in every track

Legal is an album by Brazilian singer-songwriter Gal Costa, released in 1970. Legal is diversely influenced by psychedelic music, blues, and R&B. The album cover is designed by Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica. Chiquinho de Moraes - Arrangement, piano. Jards Macalé - Arrangement. Lanny Gordin - Arrangement, guitar. Hélio Oiticica - Artwork. Claudio Bertrami - Bass.

ndia finds Costa drawing upon her past and pushing deeper into Brazilian mainstream pop (often shortened to MPB). Gil served as musical director and guitarist, while Veloso penned two songs. The show-stopping title track-arranged by Rogério Duprat, the George Martin of Tropicália-reveals an orchestral lushness not heard since Costa’s 1967 debut. The rest of the album perhaps doesn’t push boundaries like the cover photo and title track, but after the outrageous psychedelia of albums like 1969’s Gal, where else could she go? Instead, Índia revealed Costa to be an elegant interpreter of others’ songs, a trajectory that has subsequently made her a superstar in her home country. It shows that a former tropicalista like Costa could do more than just shock and astound; she could also seduce.

Gal Costa is the first solo album by the Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released in 1969. It was ranked the 80th best Brazilian album of all time by the Brazilian Rolling Stone magazine. Considered one of the most representative records of the countercultural Tropicália movement, the album features songwriting by various artist associated with the movement, with whom Costa had previously worked with in the 1968 collaboration album Tropicália: ou Panis et Circencis.

Gal Costa released her album India in 1973. This album was quite controversial in terms of the imagery she had used for her album art. The album art features Costa wearing a thong while the back cover displayed her breasts. This resulted in the military dictatorship censoring her album cover since it was considered offensive to the good manners of the Brazilian society during this time. In this song and throughout the album, Gal embraced and explored her sexual identity. Often challenging the heterosexual norms in Brazilian culture

Gal or Gal Costa is the second album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released months after the first album Gal Costa. To distinguish it from Costa's previous release, the album is sometimes referred to as Cinema Olympia, the title of its first track. It is considered by the public and critics alike as her most psychedelic and experimental album. The music in the album has been considered unprecedented.

ndia is the fourth studio album by Brazilian singer Gal Costa, released on 1973 by Philips Records Contents. It was originally censored by the Brazilian military government, but the full artwork was released by Costa in 2015 Release Reception.


A1 Índia 6:51
A2 Milho Verde 4:20
A3 Presente Cotidiano 2:54
A4 Volta 3:17
B1 Relance 4:52
B2 Da Maior Importância 5:12
B3 Passarinho 2:23
B4 Pontos De Luz 2:40
B5 Desafinado 2:36


Includes obi & insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped): PYM 4195 S 11
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped): PYM 4196 11

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6349 077 Gal Costa Índia ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Philips 6349 077 Brazil 1973
7296495 Gal Costa Índia ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Philips 7296495 Brazil 1982
UICY-76465, PHCY-3002 Gal Costa Índia ‎(CD, Album, Jew) Mercury, Mercury UICY-76465, PHCY-3002 Japan 2002
6328 495 Gal Costa Índia ‎(LP, Album, RE, RP) Philips 6328 495 Brazil 1985
6349.077 Gal Costa Índia ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Philips 6349.077 Unknown

Gal Costa - Índia mp3 flac
MPB, Psychedelic
Performer: Gal Costa
Title: Índia
Category: Latin / Soul, Funk
Country: Brazil
Released: 1974
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 573