Hélio Oiticica returns from London and turns his house in Rio’s Jardim Botânico neighborhood into a meeting place for filmmakers, musicians and poets.


Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil share shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall – the first time they have appeared since their exile.


Gal Costa stars at the Sucata club, Rio de Janeiro. In her band are Jards Macalé, Lanny Gordin and Naná Vasconcelos, and the stage set is designed by Hélio Oiticica.


Hélio Oiticica produces the graphic design for the cover of Legal, Gal Costa’s next LP.

– Gilberto Gil wins the “Golfinho de Ouro” (“Golden Dolphin”) award from the Museu da Imagem e do Som (Museum of Image and Sound), for the success of “Aquele Abraço”. The artist rejects the award in an article “Rejeito + aceito = rejeito” (reject + accept = reject), published in the alternative weekly paper Pasquim

– The same month, Caetano, Gil, Gal Costa and other Brazilian artists make an improvised appearance at England’s Isle of Wight Festival.