Quarteto 1111

Quarteto 1111 were a Portuguese pop-psych band that released numerous shortplayers on Columbia/EMI during the late 1960s, followed by a self-titled album for that label in 1970. Further singles preceded a switch to Decca, which issued the band’s popular symphonic album Onde, Quando, Como, Porquê Cantamos Pessoas Vivas in 1975. Between albums, keyboardist/vocalist José Cid launched a successful solo career.

Members: Miguel Artur da Silveira, José Cid (keyboards, Moog, 1967-75), António Moniz Pereira, Jorge Moniz Pereira (1967-68), Mário Rui Terra (1968-70), Tózé Brito (1970-?, 1987), Michel Pereira, Guilherme Inês (drums), Mike Seargent

Discography:

  • Quarteto 1111 (1970)
  • “Sabor a Povo” / “Uma Nova Maneira de Encarar o Mundo” (1972)
  • Bruma Azul Do Desejado (1973 · Frei Hermano da Câmara Com o Quarteto 1111)
  • Onde, quando, como, porquê cantamos pessoas vivas (1975)
  • “P’ra Frente com a Música Portuguesa” / “Canção do Mar” (1976)
  • “O Que Custar” (1977)

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