|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Tudo Bem//Penso Em Dizer Que Te Amo||2||Audio||1976||CBS|
23/04/1954 ⎯ 19/12/1993
Born in Rio de Janeiro, he started out in music playing the acoustic guitar that belonged to his brother at age 11. Before turning 15, he was already playing at balls and even recording sessions. By the mid-70s he met with keyboardist/arranger Lincoln Olivetti, establishing a solid partnership and making songs recorded by countless artists. Some of his hit songs: "Tudo Bem", "Fim de Tarde" (with [a=Mauro Motta]) and "Aleluia" (with Lincoln). Robson and Lincoln were in charge of writing the arrangements for most of the big MPB stars in the 80s, which granted them fame, money and hard critic reviews that accused them of turning MPB into lame pop. Robson Jorge had problems with alcohol and died alone and forgotten in 1993.