Roberto Carlos Braga as a romantic artist in Brazil and abroad (USA, Europe and Latin America). The singer became the artist who would sell more albums in the country. Several of his songs were recorded by artists as Julio Iglesias, Caravelli and Ray Conniff. In 1970, the singer made a successful series of shows in Canecão. Later that year, it launched the yearbook, which brought such hits as “Ana”, “Veste A Roupa Meu Bem” and “Jesus Cristo”, a song which also marked his approach to religion.
The following year, Roberto Carlos a 300 km Por Hora, the last movie starring the singer, was released also a great national success. Also in 1971, Roberto Carlos, the album was released, featuring hits like Detalhes, Amada Amante, Todos Estão Surdos, Debaixo dos Caracóis dos Seus Cabelos (homage to Caetano Veloso) and Como Dois E Dois (Caetano). The album “Roberto Carlos” in 1972, resonated with A Montanha and Quando As Crianças Saírem de Férias in addition to being the first LP to reach the milestone of one million copies sold, and “Roberto Carlos” 1973, with “Rotina” and “Proposta“. On December 24, 1974, TV Globo aired a special show with singer, who got huge ratings. From that year, the program would be aired every year, always at the end of the year.
Video: Roberto Carlos – Detalhes 1971