Não Tenho / Não Tinha

8 11 2013

Mais discos conseguidos:  3  4 …  467  468 discos que estavam na lista “não tenho” estão agora disponíveis.  A colaboração dos visitantes do blog continua funcionando, obrigado a todos.

Os visitantes que colaboraram foram o Andreas, com 163 discos;    Martoni, com 118;  Eliane, com 68;  Amilcar, com 52 ;  Bili (TioBili) com 37;   bOssas nOvas com 27;    Milan Filipovic,  com 21;   Anônimo, com 9; Arthur e  AD, com 6; Salvador, com 3; Alem Mar, Anselmo e  Flabbergast  com 2 ; Alvarenga do Morro do Chapelão, Chris, Emir, Gabriel, Galego, Gilberto, Grazi, Guto Barros, James,  JLakatos, José Eugênio, Jose Gonzalez, Marcelo Burgarelli, Miguel, Mucho, Napoleão Alvinegro, Paulo Horta, Refer, Tarcizio, Wanderley e Zé com 1 (OBS: se vocês somarem as quantidades, obterão mais discos que o total – é porque alguns dos discos foram conseguidos por mais de 1 colaborador).

Tenho que agradecer, também, aos blogs que têm publicado discos que estavam na lista “não tenho“, em especial à Radio Forma e Elenco (Martoni) , ao Um que Tenha (Fulano Sicrano) e  ao Parallel Realities (Milan Filipovic).

Na categoria “não tinha” agrupamos os discos que saíram da categoria “não tenho”, ou seja,  nela vocês podem verificar quais discos foram conseguidos.





Pernambuco e Seu Conjunto – Em Ritmo de Danca (1957)

7 11 2013

Link original: Pernambuco e Seu Conjunto – Em Ritmo de Danca (1957)
Publicado em: Saturday, September 12, 2009 by zecalouro

PernambucoESeuConjunto

Hello, good evening! And thanks Moos for writing. Loronix was on hiatus for almost two weeks and things were really strange down here. My health has been stable; it was only a matter of accumulated work. I’ve been working as freelance since January and two websites I was making for my customers reached the final development stage in the last days, all together. Weird time of very hard work. I will keep the community informed as soon as the result of these engagements gets on-line. Who knows someone needs a website and hires me, helping also Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Pernambuco e Seu Conjunto – Em Ritmo de Danca (1957), for Polydor, with the well know pistonist Pernambuco delivering piano playing backed by a Conjunto, surprisingly credited by Polydor. This is not the first Pernambuco album at Loronix and you should not take by mistake the percussionist Pernambuco do Pandeiro, also active during the 1950′s. Pernambuco was also in charge of arrangements and some organ playing. The conjunto brings important musicians, such like the bassist Luis Marinho and the legendary Brazilian guitarrist Bandeirante. Tracks include:

Personnel

Pernambuco
(piano, organ, arrangements)
Luis Marinho
(bass)
Sutinho
(drums)
Sylvio (Tancredi?)
(vibraphone)
Bandeirante
(electric guitar)
Antonio
(flute)
Pinocchio, Gilberto
(percussion)

Track List

01 – Pois e (Ataulpho Alves)
02 – You’re Sensational (Cole Porter)
03 – O Menino Grande (Antonio Maria)
04 – El Cubanchero (Rafael Hernandez)
05 – Historia de un Amor (Carlos Almaran)
06 – Requebrando (Mario Teresopolis / Guido Medina)
07 – Kalu (Humberto Teixeira)
08 – Tea for Two (Irving Caesar / Vincent Youmans)
09 – Ginga de Urubu (Pernambuco)
10 – Folha Morta (Ary Barroso)
11 – Begin the Beguine (Cole Porter)
12 – Forro no Limoeiro (Edgar Ferreira)

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças ao amigo Martoni ele pode ser buscado aqui.





Ribamar – Dancando com Ribamar e Seu Conjunto (1956)

2 11 2013

Link original: Ribamar – Dancando com Ribamar e Seu Conjunto (1956)
Publicado em: Friday, August 28, 2009 by zecalouro

CapaLPFront

Hello, good evening! I had today my great nephew Pedro with me throughout the whole preparation process of this album. We made everything together, including the vinyl washing, transfer, cover scanning, processing and the Google searches to gather information about. Pedro was amazed with the fact this album was from 1956, which is something hard to believe for such a young person. He got really amazed with the results, the 10-inch format and even collaborated with the research, bringing us relevant music facts from 1956, as follows:

15/mar – Birth of Oswaldo Montenegro (Brazilian singer and composer).
15/mar – First run of My Fair Lady musical, New York, US.
28/mar – Birth of Zizi Possi (Brazilian singer).
15/jun – John Lennon is introduced to Paul McCartney.
05/nov – Passing of Art Tatum (American pianist).
14/Nov – Birth of Almir Satter (Brazilian singer, composer and instrumentalist).

…and he could also gather Ribamar birth in 09-dec-1919 and his passing, 06-set-1987. Thanks Pedro. Let’s see.

This is Ribamar – Dancando com Ribamar e Seu Conjunto (1956), for Columbia, featuring the first LP recorded by Ribamar and his third album available at Loronix, which is a very small amount. Ribamar was a very important musician and composer. He made a very famous duo with the Tito Madi, being also a frequent composition partner of Dolores Duran. Dancando com Ribamar e Seu Conjunto features Ribamar playing his first instrument, the accordion. Such like many other accordion players, Ribamar adopted the piano as soon the bossa nova was birth. The repertoire features a blending of Brazilian and international tunes; including two compositions written by Trio Surdina members, Chiquinho do Acordeon, Fafa Lemos and the legendary Garoto. Musicians were not credited by Columbia. Tracks include.

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01 – Dó Ré Mi (Fernando César)
02 – É Tão Sublime o Amor (Love Is a Many Splendored Thing) (Paul Francis Webster / S. Fain)
03 – Autumn In Rome (Weston / S. Cahn / Cicognini)
04 – Insinuando (José Scarambone)
05 – Duas Vidas (Ribamar / Esdras Pereira da Silva)
06 – Stranger In Paradise (R. Wright / G. Forrest)
07 – Mambinho (Garoto / Chiquinho do Acordeom)
08 – Nós Três (Chiquinho do Acordeom / Garoto / Fafá Lemos)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities e na Rádio Forma e Elenco.





Dilermando Reis – Sua Majestade o Violao (1957)

29 10 2013

Link original: Dilermando Reis – Sua Majestade o Violao (1957)
Publicado em: Thursday, August 20, 2009 by zecalouro

CapaLPFront

Hello, good evening! I spent a lot of energy trying to make a nice transfer of this beautiful and important album. Unfortunately, the outcome was a little behind the others. Violao solo albums are always difficult to transfer. Sometimes the silence is part of the music and any imperfection becomes easily audible. However, this is an above the average violao only album, recorded by one of the most influent Brazilian violao players, Dilermando Reis. Let’s see.

This is Dilermando Reis – Sua Majestade o Violao (1957), for Continental, his 12-inch LP, featuring fascinating Dilermando Reis renditions of classical tunes on side A and Brazilian popular music on side B. I cannot decide which side I like most, but track 05 – Noturno Nº 2 Opus 10 (Frederic Chopin) really made my mind today and it is my choice on our preview feature, available just before the download links. Tracks include:
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01 – Malagueña (Ernesto Lecuona)
02 – Pavana (Francisco Tárrega)
03 – Clair de Lune (Debussy)
04 – Romanza (Schumann)
05 – Noturno Nº 2 Opus 10 (Frederic Chopin)
06 – Se Ela Perguntar (Dilermando Reis / Jair Amorim)
07 – Romance de Amor (Vicente Gomes)
08 – Índia (José Asunción Flores / Manuel Ortiz Guerrero)
09 – Foi Bôto Sinhá (Waldemar Henrique / Antônio Tavernard)
10 – Araguaia (Dilermando Reis)
11 – Marcha Triunfal Brasileira (Benedito Chaves)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Martoni.





Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Na Onda Volume 3 (1967)

27 10 2013

Link original: Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Na Onda Volume 3 (1967)
Publicado em: Saturday, August 15, 2009 by zecalouro

Ed Maciel - Na Onda Vol. 3

Hello, good evening! Here we go with the third volume of this long series of eleven albums called “Na Onda” recorded by this unique Brazilian musician, the trombonist, conductor, arranger and composer Ed Maciel, requested by many Loronix’s friends. Na Onda is a rather curious series. The value proposition is based on popular music and popular albums. However, these albums are really hard to find. It is not a matter of commercial failure since the series would never reach eleven albums. Let’s see.

This is Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Na Onda Volume 3 (1967), for London, the third out of eleven albums recorded by Ed Maciel and his orchestra, mainly music for dance, very similar to the albums released by Maestro Erlon Chaves’ Banda Veneno Internacional on those nice years. Ed Maciel made a large contribution to Brazilian instrumental music, but little is available about him, except his entry at Enciclopedia Instrumental Brasileira, available through this link. Tracks include:

01 – Namoradinha de Um Amigo Meu (Roberto Carlos)
02 – Winchester Cathedral (G. Stephens)
03 – See You In September (S. Wayne / S. Edwards)
04 – Gatinha Manhosa (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos)
05 – Tijuana Taxi (B. Coleman)
06 – Meu Limão Meu Limoeiro (Tradicional)
07 – Cheveux Longs Idées Courtes (J. Halliday / G. Thibaut)
08 – La Poupée Qui Fait Non (M. Polnareff / F. Gérard)
09 – I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Cole Porter)
10 – Trini’s Tune (T. Lopez / L. Kusik)
11 – Black Is Black (M. Grainger / S. Wadey / T. Hayes / Adpt. G. Aber)
12 – Got To Get You Into My Life (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no La Playa Music.





Henrique Simonetti – Panorama Musical (1956)

26 10 2013

Link original: Henrique Simonetti – Panorama Musical (1956)
Publicado em: Saturday, August 08, 2009 by zecalouro

Simonetti - Panorama Musical

Hello, good evening! I got amazed when I found this album for an unbelievable price last weekend. It was filed on those generic shelves of “everything for R$ 1″, which is something strange. This is an important album, it is the first album recorded by one of the most influential record companies in Brazil, RGE. Let’s see.

This is Henrique Simonetti – Panorama Musical (1956), for RGE, the first album released by RGE, featuring Maestro Simonetti arrangements for six Brazilian tunes. Just in case you missed, Maestro Simonetti is an Italian musician that came to Brazil in 1941 and became an influential artist until his departure back to his homeland in the mid 1960′s. RGE kindly delivers personnel listing with some surprises, including Maestros Waldomiro Lemke and Silvio Tancredi on bass and piano and a surprising participation of Zito Righi at clarinet, credited as Leonardo Righi, which is his real name. Tracks include:

Simonetti-Panorama-Back

Personnel

Enrico Simonetti
(arrangements, direction)

Clemente Capella, Osvaldo Sbarro, Loris Pinheiro, Hugo di Franco, Roin Peller, Antonio Gianelli, Samuel Gegna, Alfredo Vidal, Dante Migliori, Gino Alfonsi
(violin)
Luiz Valori, Frederico Capella
(cello)
Johanes Olsner, Bela Mori
(viola)
Waldomiro Lemke
(bass)
Heinz Muller
(oboe)
Salvador Cortese
(flute)
Leonardo Righi
(clarinet)
Silvio Tancredi
(piano)

Track List

01 – Maringá (Joubert de Carvalho)
02 – Eu Sem Maria (Dorival Caymmi / Alcyr Pires Vermelho)
03 – Saudades de Matão (Antenógenes Silva / Raul Torres)
04 – Fim de Semana Em Paquetá (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
05 – Guacyra (Hekel Tavares / Juraci Camargo)
06 – Feitio de Oração (Noel Rosa / Vadico)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Flash Strap.





Celso Murilo, Orgao e Ritmo – Ritmos na Passarela (1961)

24 10 2013

Link original: Celso Murilo, Orgao e Ritmo – Ritmos na Passarela (1961)
Publicado em: Sunday, August 02, 2009 by zecalouro

Celso Murilo - Ritmos Na Passarela

Hello, good evening! If you read my texts since Loronix beginning, you should agree with me that I don’t often say that an album is very rare and very hard to find. However, there are exceptions. I never had the chance to see this album before. I made also a careful research on the Internet to find info about this one, especially a cover picture, because my original is rather damaged. The cover is breaking; almost turn dust in my hands. I got pleased when I found a recent photo of Celso Murilo. Let’s see.

This is Celso Murilo, Orgao e Ritmo – Ritmos na Passarela (1961), for the tiny and legendary Pawal label. It is nice to know that he is alive and making music. This link shows Celso Murilo in the city of Caxambu, southeast of Minas Gerais state. I love that region. Getting back to business — I’m having concentration problems today — this is the second Celso Murilo career LP, they were all released in the same year and for the same label. It is likely that we have the same musicians who participated in the third album, Mr. Ritmo, in this session. Celso Murilo is just Joao Gilberto favorite organist. Period. You cannot miss this one to agree with Joao Gilberto. Ritmos na Passarela is delicious to here and very well played by not credited musicians. Tracks include:

Celso Murilo - Ritmos Na Passarela-Back

01 – Poema do Adeus (Luis Antônio)
02 – Look For Star (M. Antony)
03 – Fiz o Bobão (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
04 – Cariñito (Humberto Garin)
05 – Falsa Baiana (Geraldo Pereira)
06 – Harlem Nocturne (Hagen)
07 – Chora Tua Tristeza (Oscar Castro Neves / Luvercy Fiorini)
08 – Palhaçada (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
09 – Chá-chá-chá na Passarela (Celso Pereira)
10 – Se Você Disser Que Sim (Luis Bandeira)
11 – Quem Manda na Minha Vida (Herivelto Martins / Raul Sampaio)
12 – Se Meu Apartamento Falasse (Charles Williams)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.