|born on||26 October 1942 at 18:00 (= 6:00 PM )|
|Place||Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), Brazil, 22s5410, 43w1227|
|Timezone||BZT h3w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||02°49' 03°56 Asc. 03°12'|
Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Nascimento is famous for his falsetto and tonal range, as well for highly acclaimed songs such as "Maria, Maria", "Canção da América" ("Song from America"/"Unencounter"), "Travessia" (Bridges [Milton Nascimento song]), "Bailes da Vida", and "Coração de Estudante" ("Student's Heart").
Nascimento's international breakthrough came with his appearance on jazz saxophonist Wayne Shorter's 1974 album Native Dancer. This led to widespread acclaim, and collaborations with stars such as Paul Simon, Cat Stevens, George Duke and Quincy Jones and the band Earth, Wind and Fire. His album Angelus (1994) features appearances by Pat Metheny, Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Jack DeJohnette, Nana Vasconcelos, Jon Anderson, James Taylor, and Peter Gabriel. Nascimento worked with the pop rock band Duran Duran in 1993.
- other associate with Duke, George (born 12 January 1946). Notes: Musical collaboration
- other associate with Jones, Quincy (born 14 March 1933). Notes: Musical collaboration
- other associate with Simon, Paul (born 13 October 1941). Notes: Musical collaboration
- other associate with Stevens, Cat (born 21 July 1948). Notes: Musical collaboration
Sy Scholfield quotes him in "Rhythm Music Magazine: RMM" Volumes 3-4, Issue 1 (1994), p. 109: "'After I wrote this song ['Angelus'], I was looking through my papers when I discovered I had been born at six o'clock in the evening. So I took a walk in myself.' A statement on the inside cover of Angelus says: 'If I hadn't been born in my time, at the right hour, maybe Milton Nascimento the person would not exist at all.'"
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Instrumentalist (Guitarist)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Song writer
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Vocalist/ Pop, Rock, etc.