Came out in Santos - São Paulo in 1973, with three young musicians:
Fernando Pacheco, Fernando Motta and Domingos Marioti.
The Musical environment was inspired in experiences with the nature contact.
At the same time other musicians showed interest in the job and joined the band.

 In 1975 the group was:
 Fernando Pacheco:
      Guitars, 12-String Guitar
 Fernando Motta:
      Acoustic Guitar, Percussion
 Luiz Aranha: Violin
 Moacir Amaral: Flute
 Eliseu de Oliveira (Lee):
 Ronaldo de Mesquita (Gui):
      Bass Guitar
 Milton Bernardes:

 And with this formation the songs of the band were consisted of a harmonius and rhythmic variations turned to melodies of that time, making their proposal concrete. The compositions had some influences of different
styles like: Impressionism and Rock in a progressive fusion, resulting in one of the
well know classic of the 70s- Progressive Rock.
Acoustic and eletronic equipments were increased their values, between Classical and Popular scene.

Recordando o Vale das Maçãs - 1980 
During 1974 up to 1982, RVM, (the short for "Recordando o Vale Das Maçãs" in portuguese),
performed some shows in some states in Brazil.  In 1980, the drummer Milton Bernardes was
replaced by Lourenço Gotti.

From 1983 to 1992 its work was restricted to the recording studio sessions.
And the return of the group to the shows finally happened in November of 1992 at the
"Teatro Municipal de Santos" with the show
"Remembering the Valley of Apples 10 years after".

  Until september 1999 the band was
FERNANDO PACHECO (Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Synth Guitar),  NELIO PORTO (Keyboards),
GUSTAVO  BÍSCARO (Druns and Percussion) and GUILHERME CORDEIRO (Electric Bass),
the last formation has a style focused in the Progressive Rock, but with a instrumental work.
(Instrumental Music).

In June, 21, 1997, "Recordando o Vale das Maçãs" represented the Brazil in the traditional
"Fête de la Music", in Paris, invited by Brazilian Embassy in French

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