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Só Para Baixinhos 1
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Studio album by
Released October 5, 2000 (2000-10-05)
Recorded 2000 (2000)
Genre Children's music
Length 38:48
Label Som Livre
Producer Zé Henrique
Xuxa chronology
Xuxa 2000
Só Para Baixinhos 1
Xuxa só para Baixinhos 2
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Xuxa só para Baixinhos 1 (also known as XSPB 1) (transl.Only For Children One) is the twenty - third studio album and the seventeenth in Portuguese by singer and Brazilian presenter Xuxa, is the debut album of the Só Para Baixinhos collection, was released by Som Livre on October 5, 2000.


With Sasha's (1998), birth, Xuxa's perception of the little ones' Brazilian music market was sharpened. There were almost no products and what was there was not well done. Watching her daughter dancing in front of the TV while watching one of the countless music video tapes she had bought on trips abroad, Xuxa was sure that this was what Brazil lacked: educational music. Not that the presenter had "uneducated" any child with her previous works; on the contrary, Xuxa always worried about leaving good messages in his work. The way to communicate is that it must be different, the way to reach the little ones and that's where the visual part comes in.


Xuxa só para Baixinhos music videos, except Butterfly, were inspired by American videos (Barney) to Australians (The Wiggles). If we look for any of the tracks by the original name we will see that the design of the videos is the same: from the movements to the camera positioning and scenery. It was not time to take a risk, it was the first attack in this niche and wanting to change what was already accurate would be to jeopardize the success of the project, which for years already worked well outside Brazil. The evolution of the project with the language of Xuxa has been happening naturally and gradually over the next editions.

Track listing

Xuxa só para Baixinhos – CD edition
No. Title Length
1. "A Dança do Macaco" (The Monkey Dance) 1:47
2. "Atravessar a Rua" (Look Both Ways) 1:47
3. "Batatinha Bem Quentinha" (Hot Potato) 1:23
4. "Trenzinho" (Pufferbillies) 1:32
5. "Cinco Patinhos" (Five Little Ducks) 2:06
6. "Tão Grande" (So Big) 2:42
7. "Teddy, o Polvo" (Henry, The Octopuss) 1:50
8. "Shake Shake" (Shake Shake) 1:43
9. "Rampa pa Mão" (Romp Bomp a Stomp) 2:07
10. "Os Números (John Bradlelum) / Cabeça, Ombro, Joelho e Pé (Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes)"   3:54
11. "Guto Bate Com um Martelo" (Joannie Works With One Hammer) 1:40
12. "Quack Quack" (Quack Quack) 1:56
13. "Grite e Cochiche" (Shout and Whisper) 2:19
14. "Vamos Dizer Alô" (We Like to Say Hello) 2:02
15. "A Borboleta"   4:42
Total length:


  • Art Direction: Aramis Barros
  • Art Coordination: Marlene Mattos e Xuxa Meneghel
  • Production: Zé Henrique
  • Recording Engineer: Everson Dias, Val Martins, Marcelão e Sergio Knust
  • Recording Assistants: Wellington (Garoto) e Paulinho Baldes
  • Masterização: Sergio Seabra
  • Recorded in studios: Yahoo
  • Mixing Technicians: Jorge "Gordo" Guimarães
  • Arrangements: Yahoo
  • Recording Assistant: Claudio Oliveira

Créditos Musicais

  • Baixo e Teclados: Zé Henrique
  • Guitarra e Violão: Sérgio Knust
  • Teclados: Val Martins
  • Bateria: Marcelão
  • Coro: Zé Henrique, Val Martins, Sergio Knust e Alessandra Maia
  • Coro infantil: Paquitas, Vanessa Akeda, Livia Dabarian, Yan Maia e Verena Maia
Musicos Convidados
  • Trompete nas faixas "Quack Quack" e "Vamos Dizer Alô": Jessé Sadoc
  • Teclados na faixa "A Borboleta": Mito


Region Certification Sales
Brazil (ABPD)
Platinum 250.000*
Brazil (ABPD)
2× Gold 500.000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
xunspecified figures based on certification alone

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