Sweet Sixty

    
Sweet Sixty

    Starting in 1986, Ney Matogrosso decided to incorporate
    a sober side to his "scandalous"
    persona. From then on
    he validated his work exclusively as singer and
    adopted a classic repertoire of MPB.

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