Sempre Livre

Discography of Sempre Livre:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Eu Sou Free 2 Audio 1983 Epic
2 Eu Sou Free 2 Audio 1983 CBS
3 Sempre Livre 4 Audio 1986 RCA / Ariola International Discos (Brazil)

Sempre Livre was a Brazilian pop music band created in Rio de Janeiro, formed only by women. The group's name was mention of a famous brand of sanitary pads. In 1984, they released their first album, produced by Ruban (even the producer of Frenéticas group). The biggest hit was the song "Eu Sou Free", Ruban partnership with Patricia Travassos. The group disbanded in 1986, but returned five years later with the album "Vícios de Cidade" and a formation of the original, only kept the drummer.


Dulce Quental - Replaced by Tonia Schubert and then by Denise Mastrangelo - voice

Marcia - replaced by Rosana Piegaia and then by Louise Rabello - guitar

Flavia Cavaca - bass

Lelete - Replaced by Sonia Bonfá and then by Cleo Boechat - keyboard

Lucia Lopes - drums

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