Title song from the 1985 British film directed by Terry Gilliam and written by Gilliam, Charles McKeown and Tom Stoppard.'s 1939 song ' ' ('Watercolor Of Brazil', often simply 'Brazil') in a version specifically performed by is the of the movie, although other background music is also used. , who scored the film, originally recorded 'Brazil' with vocals by . This recording was not included in the actual film or the original soundtrack release; however, it has been subsequently released on re-pressings of the soundtrack.
There are actually two versions of 'Brazil': one was included on a 1992/1993 CD release of the soundtrack from the movie 'Brazil'. A new version, with different vocals by Kate, was released in 1998 on a compilation album called 'Michael Kamen Soundtrack Album'.
- Brazil (1985 film). Wikipedia, retrieved 24 October 2014