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José Henrique Duarte Mendes (born August 7, 1947) is a former Portuguese captain and singer. He participated in Festival da Canção in 1970, 1972 and 1973 but he did not win until 1975 when he performed "Madrugada" (lyrics and song from José Luís Tinoco), about Colonial War and 1974's Carnation Revolution. He represented Portugal in Eurovision Song Contest 1975 with that song. He finished in 16th place with 16 points.
Madrugada is the sixth and final studio album by the Norwegian band Madrugada. It was released by the band's own label, Malabar Recording Company (distributed by EMI records), on 21 January 2008. The album was produced by Madrugada and John Agnello who also produced the band's 2001 release The Nightly Disease as well as My Midnight Creeps' second album Histamin. The album was largely recorded during May 2007 at Water Music Studios, Hoboken, New Jersey and the Magic Shop, New York. Mendes describes the overthrow of the Estado Novo regime as being like a "rebirth" and a "dawn" for his country, and sings that "there can't be enough songs like this". The song was performed sixteenth on the night, following Finland's Pihasoittajat with "Old Man Fiddle" and preceding Spain's Sergio y Estíbaliz with "Tú volverás".
Madrugada is a Norwegian alternative rock band formed in the town of Stokmarknes in 1993. The key band members included Sivert Høyem (vocals), Robert Burås (guitar) and Frode Jacobsen (bass). After Burås' death on 12 July 2007, Høyem and Jacobsen decided to finish recording what was to be their final album. On 21 January 2008, the band released Madrugada and announced that they would split after one last tour. They performed their final concert on 15 November 2008.
José Henrique Duarte Mendes (born August 7, 1947, Lisbon) is a former Portuguese captain and singer. He participated in Festival da Canção in 1970, 1972, and 1973 but he did not win until 1975 when he performed "Madrugada" (lyrics and song from José Luís Tinoco), about Colonial War and 1974's Carnation Revolution. He finished in 16th place with 16 points (a surprising 12 points from Turkey). Cidade Alheia/Town Without Sun (Single, Orfeu, 1972). Gente (EP, Orfeu, 1973) Gente, O Retrato, Maria Vida Fria. Madrugada (Single, Orfeu, 1975). Lyrics of the song Madrugada, in Portuguese and its translation in English.
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|KSAT 522||Duarte Mendes||Madrugada (7")||Orfeu||KSAT 522||Portugal||1975|
|none||Duarte Mendes||April Dawn (7", Single, TP)||Orfeu||none||Portugal||1975|
|none||Duarte Mendes||Chant D' Avril (7", Single, TP)||Orfeu||none||Portugal||1975|