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He started with the south of France because the climatic shock was less violent. But it also meant doing clichéd gigs for peanuts in a flowered shirt and, the irony of it all, being asked to play “I go to Rio”; and then there were those private soirées in St. Trop’ for Eddie Barclay, which wasn’t on except when Quincy Jones was a guest… So, Paris! Márcio Faraco, the poetic exile, was writing and composing more and more, occasionally consulting a certain Chico Buarque (the source of much encouragement), and setting up a refined musical gang of gourmet accomplices both Brazilian and French.
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