Daniela mercury discography

This is the discography of Brazilian Axé/MPB singer-songwriter Daniela Mercury. From 1988 to 1990, Mercury released two albums with the group Companhia Clic. In 1991, she started a solo career with the release of a self-title album.

Mercury is one of the best-selling female Latin American artists of all time. She sold more than 20 million albums worldwide (over 12 million in Brazil alone).

Albums

Companhia Clic (1988-1990)

Year Album information
1988 Companhia Clic - Vol. 1
  • 1st album
1989 Companhia Clic - Vol. 2
  • 2nd album

Solo career (1990-present)

Studio albums

Year Album information Sales and certification (Brazil)
1991 Daniela Mercury
  • 1st solo studio album
  • Released: 1991
  • Label: Eldorado
  • Sales: 450,000
  • Certification: Platinum, 3x Gold
1992 O Canto da Cidade
  • Sales: 3,500,000
  • Certification: 2x Diamond, 8x Platinum
1994 Música de Rua
  • Sales: 2,500,000
  • Certification: Diamond, 4x Platinum
1996 Feijão com Arroz
  • Sales: 3,000,000
  • Certification: Diamond, 7x Platinum
2000 Sol da Liberdade
  • 5th solo studio album
  • Released: April 18, 2000
  • Label: BMG
  • Sales: 1,800,000
  • Certification: 3x Platinum
2001 Sou de Qualquer Lugar
  • 6th solo studio album
  • Released: September 2001
  • Label: BMG
  • Sales: 900,000
  • Certification: Platinum, 4x Gold
2004 Carnaval Eletrônico
  • 7th solo studio album
  • Released: June 10, 2004
  • Label: BMG
  • Sales: 250,000
  • Certification: Platinum
2005 Balé Mulato
  • 8th solo studio album
  • Released: October 2005
  • Label: EMI
  • Sales: 650,000
  • Certification: Diamond
2009 Canibália
  • Sales: 150,000
  • Certification:

Live albums

Year Album information Sales and certification (Brazil)
1998 Elétrica
  • 1st live album
  • Recorded: August, 1998
    (at Solar do Unhão, Salvador)
  • Released: October, 1998
  • Label: Epic Records
  • Sales: 600,000
  • Certification: 2x, Platinum
2003 MTV ao Vivo – Eletrodoméstico
  • 2nd live album
  • Recorded: January 24 and 25, 2003
    (at Teatro Castro Alves, Salvador)
  • Released: April 22, 2003
  • Label: BMG
  • Sales: 360,000
  • Certification: Platinum
2005 Clássica
  • 3rd live album
  • Recorded: October 6 and 7, 2004
    (at Bourbon Street, São Paulo)
  • Released: September 27, 2005
  • Label: Som Livre
  • Sales: 50,000
  • Certification: Gold
2006 Balé Mulato - Ao Vivo
  • 4th live album
  • Recorded: September 17, 2006
    (at Farol da Barra, Salvador)
  • Released: November 2006
  • Label: EMI
  • Sales: 60,000
  • Certification: Gold
2011 Canibália: Ritmos do Brasil
  • Sales: -
  • Certification:

Compilations albums

Year Album information Sales and certification (Brazil)
1999 Swing Tropical - Grandes Êxitos
  • Sales: 100,000
  • Certification:
1999 20 Grandes Êxitos
  • Sales:
  • Certification:
2000 Vinteum - 21 Êxitos
  • Sales:
  • Certification:
2001 The Very Best - Gold
  • 4th compilation album
  • Label: BMG
  • Sales:
  • Certification:
2008 O Canto da Cidade - 15 Anos
  • Sales:
  • Certification:

DVDs

Year DVD information Sales (Brazil)
2003 MTV ao Vivo – Eletrodoméstico
  • 1st DVD
  • Recorded: January 24 and 25, 2003
    (at Teatro Castro Alves, Salvador)
  • Released: 2003
  • Label: BMG
  • Sales: 25,000 (Gold)
2005 Clássica
  • 2nd DVD
  • Recorded:
  • Released: August 2005
  • Label: Som Livre
2006 Baile Barroco
  • 3rd DVD
  • Recorded:
  • Released: January 2006
  • Label: EMI
  • Director: Daniel dos Santos
2006 Balé Mulato - Ao Vivo
  • 4th DVD
  • Recorded: September 17, 2006
    (at Farol da Barra, Salvador)
  • Released: November 2006
  • Label: EMI
  • Director: Lírio Ferreira
2008 O Canto da Cidade: 15 Anos
  • 5th DVD
  • Recorded: 1991-1992
  • Released: March 2008
  • Label: Sony BMG
  • Director: Roberto Talma
2011 Canibália: Ritmos do Brasil
  • 6th DVD
  • Recorded: December 31, 2010
    (at Copacabana (Rio de Janeiro)
  • Released: November 25, 2011
  • Label: Som Livre

Singles

Year Single Album
1991 "Swing da Cor" (featuring Olodum) Daniela Mercury
"Menino do Pelô" (featuring Olodum)
1992 "O Canto da Cidade" O Canto da Cidade
"O Mais Belo dos Belos"
"Batuque"
1993 "Você Não Entende Nada"
"Só Pra te Mostrar" (featuring Herbert Vianna)
"Bandidos da América"
1994 "Música de Rua" Música de Rua
"O Reggae e o Mar"
"Rosa"
"Por Amor Ao Ilê"
1996 "À Primeira Vista" Feijão com Arroz
1997 "Nobre Vagabundo"
"Rapunzel"
"Minas com Bahia" (featuring Samuel Rosa)
"Feijão de Corda"
1998 "Trio Metal" Elétrica - Ao Vivo
2000 "Ilê Pérola Negra" Sol da Liberdade
"Santa Helena"
"Como Vai Você"
2001 "Beat Lamento" Sou de Qualquer Lugar
2002 "Mutante"
"Estrelas" (featuring Toni Garrido)
2003 "Dona da Banca" MTV ao Vivo – Eletrodoméstico
"Meu Plano"
"Pára de Chorar" (featuring DJ Memê)
2004 "Maimbê Dandá" (featuring Carlinhos Brown) Carnaval Eletrônico
"Vou Batê pra tu" (featuring DJ Zé Pedro)
2005 "Aeromoça" Clássica
"Sua Estupidez"
"Olha o Gandhi Aí" Balé Mulato
"Topo do Mundo"
"Levada Brasileira"
2006 "Quero a Felicidade" (featuring Jammil e Uma Noites) Balé Mulato - Ao Vivo
2007 "Preta" (featuring Seu Jorge) Canibália
2009 Oyá Por Nós (featuring Margareth Menezes)
2009 O Sol do Sul

Miscellaneous

Album appearances

Year Song Album
1995 "Cores do Vento" Pocahontas soundtrack
1995 "Se Eu Não Te Encontrasse" Pocahontas soundtrack
1997 "Alegria, Alegria" Tropicália - 30 anos
2007 "Conmigo"
(featuring Eumir Deodato)
We All Love Ennio Morricone
2007 "Protesto Olodum" (E Lá Vou Eu)"
(with Margareth Menezes and Tatau)
Ó Paí, Ó soundtrack
2007 "Touch Your Button (Carnival Jam)"
(by Wyclef Jean, with will.i.am, Melissa Jiménez, Machel Montano, Black Alex, Shabba & Djakout Mizik)
Carnival Vol. II: Memoirs of an Immigrant

External links

  • (Portuguese) Discography of Daniela Mercury at her official website
  • (English) Discography of Daniela Mercury at her official website
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