Luiz Henrique – A Bossa Moderna de Luiz Henrique (1964)

31 08 2011

Link original: Luiz Henrique – A Bossa Moderna de Luiz Henrique (1964)
Publicado em: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 by zecalouro

There are several nice Brazilian artists from the Bossa Nova age that is almost impossible to zecalouro to track and make available for Loronixers. Luiz Henrique is one of those, a Brazilian singer that had a great success in the 60’s and made a consistent international career.

Luiz Henrique could not get a deserved recognition in Brazil and for zecalouro’s surprise he died in 1985 in a car accident. zecalouro proudly presents Luiz Henrique – A Bossa Moderna de Luiz Henrique (1964), his debut LP. Tracks include:

01 – Vou Andar Por Aí (Newton Chaves)
02 – Sambou Sambou (João Mello / João Donato)
03 – Tóc-tóc (Luis Henrique)
04 – Minha Terra (Luis Henrique) — Itaguaçú (O. Melo Filho)
05 – Samba Skindim (Luis Henrique)
06 – Se Amor É Isso (Luis Henrique)
07 – Balanço do Mar (Zil Rosendo)
08 – Paz de Amor (Luis Henrique)
09 – Da Cor do Pecado (Bororó)
10 – Vagamente (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
11 – Amor de Nós Dois (Luis Henrique)
12 – Garota da Rua da Praia (Luis Henrique)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Edison Machado.





Papudinho & Carlos Piper e Sua Orquestra – Um Piston Bossa Nova (1963)

31 08 2011

Link original: Papudinho & Carlos Piper e Sua Orquestra – Um Piston Bossa Nova (1963)
Publicado em: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 by zecalouro

Papudinho strikes again, now with the very good company of Carlos Piper e Sua Orquestra with the 1963 LP, Um Piston Bossa Nova. There is no need to detail these instrumental records from Papudinho and his piston that Loronixers are already used. Tracks include:

01 – Não Me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luis Soberano / João Correia da Silva)
02 – Enlouqueci (Luis Soberano / Waldomiro Pereira / João Sales)
03 – Maior É Deus (Felisberto Martins / Fernando Martins)
04 – Fita Amarela (Noel Rosa)
05 – Falsa Baiana (Geraldo Pereira)
06 – Volta Por Cima (Paulo Vanzolini)
07 – Obsessão (Mirabeau / Milton de Oliveira)
08 – Na Cadência do Samba (Ataulfo Alves / Paulo Gesta)
09 – Fala Mangueira (Mirabeau / Milton de Oliveira)
10 – Tem Pena de Mim (Hervé Cordovil)
11 – Lá Vem a Baiana (Dorival Caymmi)
12 – A Lapa (Benedito Lacerda / Herivelto Martins)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.





Os 3 Morais – Os 3 Morais, Volume 2 (1968)

31 08 2011

Link original: Os 3 Morais – Os 3 Morais, Volume 2 (1968)
Publicado em: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 by zecalouro

Mr. X made it again, now with Os 3 Morais – Os 3 Morais, Volume 2 (1968). Loronixers had the chance to get along with a previous Os 3 Morais release on a few posts below, Os 3 Morais debut LP – at least with the name “Os 3 Moraes” – from 1967. Here we have their second LP. The line-up stills the same: Sidney Morais, Jane Morais and Roberto Morais.

The vocal arrangements are from Sidney Morais, Laercio de Freitas is in charge of instrumental arrangements. Thanks Mr. X for anoter really fine release. Tracks include:

01 – Um Amor de Brinquedo (Nonato Buzar / Regina Estela)
02 – Januária (Chico Buarque)
03 – E Por Isso Estou Aqui (Roberto Carlos)
04 – Até 2ª Feira (Chico Buarque)
05 – Sinfonia de Confete e Serpentina (Celso Mendes)
06 – Bachianinha Nº 1 (Paulinho Nogueira)
07 – Motivos (Sidney Morais)
08 – Mão na Mão (Nonato Buzar / Sergio Bittencourt)
09 – Com Açúcar Com Afeto (Chico Buarque)
10 – Carolina (Chico Buarque)
11 – Travessia (Milton Nascimento / Fernando Brant)
12 – Margarida (Guarabyra)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Ronald Mesquita – Bresil 72 (1972)

31 08 2011

Link original: Ronald Mesquita – Bresil 72 (1972)
Publicado em: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 by zecalouro

This is Ronald Mesquita debut at Loronix, Ronald is a Brazilian drummer, active since the early 60’s when he founded Ronie’s Quintet with Tenorio Jr. (piano), Sergio Bastos (guitarra), Sergio Pinto (bass) and Marcio Cintra (clarinet and flute).

Ronald Mesquita was also member of the legendary Bossa Tres with Luiz Carlos Vinhas (piano) and Otavio Bailly (bass) and Bossa Rio, just after the ending of Bossa Tres activities. The tireless Ronald also performed in the US with Walter Wanderley and Bola Sete, recording the LP Fantasy.

zecalouro proudly presents Ronald Mesquita – Bresil 72 (1972), recorded in France with Ricardo do Canto (bass), Rolando Faria (percussion, guitar and vocal), Ricardo Pontes (flute, sax and percussion), Marly Tavares (vocal) and Gilson Perranzzetta (piano, guitar and percussion), a very nice LP, unknown by many collectors. Tracks include:

01 – Balança Pema (Jorge Ben)
02 – Dabadeia (Gonzaguinha / César Costa Filho / Aldir Blanc)
03 – Águas de Março (Tom Jobim)
04 – Canção do Sal (Milton Nascimento) Tema de Tostão (Milton Nascimento)
05 – Fechado Pra Balanço (Gilberto Gil)
06 – O Gato (Gonzaguinha)
07 – Tarde Em Itapoã (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Casa no Campo (Zé Rodrix / Tavito)
09 – Quatro de Dezembro (Tião Motorista)
10 – Papagaio (Gilson Peranzzetta / João Cortez)
11 – Zanzibar (Edu Lobo)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Rio Groove FM.





Jose Roberto Trio – Jose Roberto Trio (1966)

31 08 2011

Link original: Jose Roberto Trio – Jose Roberto Trio (1966)
Publicado em: Tuesday, September 19, 2006 by zecalouro

This is the anthological Jose Roberto Bertrami LP, Jose Roberto Trio (1966), the first and very rare LP of the future Azymuth leader.

Jose Roberto Trio is Jose Roberto Bertrami (piano), Claudio Henrique Bertrami (bass) and Jovito Coluna (drums). A nice Bossa Jazz instrumental record, very different from further Bertrami solos and his well-know work with Azymuth. Tracks include:

01 – O Canto de Ossanha (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Dá-me (Adilson Godoy)
03 – Impulso (Manfredo Fest)
04 – Dorme Profundo (Marcos Valle / Pingarilho)
05 – Lilos Walts (José Roberto Bertrami / Cláudio Henrique Bertrami)
06 – Só Tinha Que Ser Você (Tom Jobim)
07 – Kebar (José Roberto Bertrami)
08 – Chuva (Durval Ferreira)
09 – Mar Amar (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
10 – Flor da Manhã (Adilson Godoy)
11 – Balansamba (R. Morel / J. L. Namur)
12 – Talhuama (José Roberto Bertrami)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Corisco e os Sambaloucos – Outro Show de Bossa (1963)

30 08 2011

Link original: Corisco e os Sambaloucos – Outro Show de Bossa (1963)
Publicado em: Monday, September 18, 2006 by zecalouro

zecalouro had to make some kind of homework to introduce this LP to Loronixers. This is Corisco e os Sambaloucos – Outro Show de Bossa (1963). A great instrumental LP, rich and full of unusual percussion instruments and some other surprises, such as: violins and the Brazilian berimbau.

The man in charge of this group is Waldemar Marchetti aka Corisco and Sambaloucos is Heraldo do Monte (guitar), Dirceu (drums), Antipático e Radamanto (percussion), Ditinho e Gagliardi (trombone), Bolão e Piper (sax), Hamilton (piano), L. Chaves (bass), Maguinho (piston) e Lambari (sax).

Corisco and Sambaloucos were active from 1962 to 1967, releasing a couple of LPs that are sought by every serious Brazilian Jazz fans and collectors. zecalouro is very curious about your findings. Tracks include:

1. Mas Que Nada (Jorge Ben)
2. Gostoso É Sambar (João Mello)
3. Bolinha de Sabão (Adilson Azevedo / Orlann Divo)
4. Bossa na Praia (Geraldo Cunha / Pery Ribeiro)
5. Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
6. Pra Que Chorar (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
7. Samba no Japão (Orlann Divo / Roberto Jorge)
8. Melancolia (Denis Brean)
9. Por Causa de Você Menina (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)
10. Você e Eu (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
11. Amanhecendo (Luis Fernando Freire / Roberto Menescal)
12. Marcha da Quarta-feira de Cinzas (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)

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Não tinha este disco, mas graças à Eliane e ao Fulano Sicrano ele hoje pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha. Outra versão, fornecida pelo Pedro pode ser buscada no Parallel Realities.





Various Artists – Nova Geracao em Ritmo de Samba (1960)

30 08 2011

Link original: Various Artists – Nova Geracao em Ritmo de Samba (1960)
Publicado em: Monday, September 18, 2006 by zecalouro

Since the first day with this LP, zecalouro had nice feelings about it. As a matter of fact, zecalouro is not a big fan of compilations, the exception are the ones produced by Rato at the amazing RatoRecordsBlog.

When zecalouro took a time today to research this record, the good feelings had been transformed into FACTS, let me explain:

a) The production is in charge of Altamiro Carrilho
b) Arrangements are from Eumir Deodato, with the age of 17 (seventeen)
c) The band is: Altamiro Carrilho (flute), Eumir Deodato (piano), Durval Ferreira (guitar), Agobar de Paula (Bombardino), Fernando Costa (drums) e Alfredinho (bass)
d) The performers are wonderful early Brazilian stars: Silvino Junior, Claudette Soares, Conjunto da U.R.S.A – Uniao Reabilitadora Samba de Asfalto, Myrna Romani, Walmir Falcao and Marilucia
e) The cover is a masterpiece.

Do you want to know more? Well, zecalouro thinks it is enough, let’s wait for Loronix friends to add more information about this record. Tracks include:

01 – Guerra à Bossa (Nonato Buzar) with Paulo Silvino
02 – Cinderela Em 3-d (Silvino Júnior / Orlann Divo) with Marilucia
03 – Vestígios de Saudade (Silvino Júnior / Paulino de Freitas) with Paulo Silvino
04 – A Fábula Que Educa (Silvino Júnior / Orlann Divo / Eumir Deodato) with Claudette Soares
05 – Ursinho Dodói (Silvino Júnior / Wilson Tirapelli) with Paulo Silvino
06 – Tristeza de Nós Dois (Durval Ferreira / Maurício / Bebeto) with Conjunto da U.R.S.A
07 – Éramos Três (Silvino Júnior / Wilson Tirapelli) with Paulo Silvino
08 – Depois do Carnaval (Silvino Júnior / Wilson Tirapelli) with Myrna Romani
09 – Meu Samba É Assim (Durval Ferreira) with Walmir Falcao
10 – Fuga (Durval Ferreira) with Marilucia
11 – Copacabana Sem Você (Silvino Júnior) with Paulo Silvino
12 – Sambop (Durval Ferreira / Maurício) with Claudette Soares

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Não tinha este disco. Graças à colaboração do Napoleão Alvinegro e ao Fulano Sicrano, ele hoje está disponível no Um que Tenha.  Como não está disponível em nenhum local, estamos disponibilizando provisoriamente na forma de um magnet linkOBS: não se esqueça de deixar semeando  depois que você terminar de baixar (uma boa razão seria pelo menos 2 vezes o que você baixar!)

 





Os Gatos – Os Gatos (1964)

30 08 2011

Link original: Os Gatos – Os Gatos (1964)
Publicado em: Monday, September 18, 2006 by zecalouro

Looking for a failure proof LP with a constellation of 5 stars Brazilian artists? Do not miss the first LP by Os Gatos, the Legendary instrumental Bossa Jazz group that features Durval Ferreira, Eumir Deodato, Edson Maciel, Honorato, J. T. Meirelles, Copinha, Maurício Einhorn, Paulo Moura, Maurílio Santos, Neco and Wilson das Neves.

As explained at the first Os Gatos release at Loronix, this group released only two LPs and this is their debut, Os Gatos – Os Gatos (1964). Everything is fine on this LP, Deodato proves again that is a great arranger, with a style that can be recognized, even on this early work. Tracks include:

01 – Canadian Sunset (E. Heywood / Norman Gimbel)
02 – Novo Sol (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)
03 – Razão de Viver (Eumir Deodato / Paulo Sergio Valle)
04 – São Salvador (Durval Ferreira / Aglaê)
05 – Tristeza de Nós Dois (Durval Ferreira / Bebeto / Maurício Einhorn)
06 – Nuvens (Durval Ferreira / Maurício Einhorn)
07 – Sambidu (Durval Ferreira / Maurício Einhorn)
08 – A Chuva (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)
09 – Verdade Em Paz (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)
10 – Estamos Aí (Durval Ferreira / Maurício Einhorn / Regina Werneck)
11 – Dois Peixinhos (Amor no Mar) (Durval Ferreira / Luis Fernando Freire)
12 – O Show É o Meu Rio (Pedro Camargo)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos.





Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas no Flag (1970)

30 08 2011

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas no Flag (1970)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 17, 2006 by zecalouro

Let’s keep the Instrumental pace with the mighty Bossa Tres leader and pianist Luiz Carlos Vinhas with a live set recorded at Flag nightclub. Meet Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas no Flag (1970).

The set has the arrangements of the Maestro Lyrio Panicali and drums and acoustic bass accompany Vinhas, working as a trio. In spite this peculiar cover; this record is a hard to find desired piece of any Brazilian Instrumental Jazz collector. Tracks include:

01 – Estrelinha (Eumir Deodato) — Muito a Vontade (João Donato / João Mello) — Que Pena (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”) — Aquarius (G. Macdenot / J. Rado / G. Ragni)

02 – Festa (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta / Lani Hall) — O Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) — Surboard (Tom Jobim) — Silk Stockings (Cole Porter)

03 – Último Canto (Francis Hime / Ruy Guerra) – Sabe Você (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes) — So Many Stars (S. Mendes / A. Bergman / M. Bergman)

04 – Zazueira (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”) — Asa Branca (Humberto Teixeira / Luis Gonzaga)

05 – Minha (Francis Hime / Ruy Guerra) — Fotografia (Tom Jobim) — Waves (Tom Jobim)

06 – What’s New (B. Haggart / J. Burke) — This Guy’s In Love With You (H. David / Burt Bacharach) — Que Maravilha (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor” / Toquinho) — Não Tem Solução (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Formula 7 – Volume 3 (1969)

30 08 2011

Link original: Formula 7 – Volume 3 (1969)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 17, 2006 by zecalouro

zecalouro has been receiving some hints, even emails praying to zecalouro “stop killing us and post the last Formula 7. zecalouro was trying to make an interval between the 3 LPs available. But, as there is a lot of friends crying for it, let’s make it.

Stay with another great instrumental LP from the mighty Formula 7. Tracks include:

01 – Psiu (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)
02 – Tio-macrô (Dom Salvador)
03 – A Tartaruga de Bermuda (Santos Dumont)
04 – Sambaloo (Dom Salvador)
05 – Mustang Côr de Sangue (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
06 – Up Up And Away (J. Webb)
07 – A Maça (Santos Dumont)
08 – Sonhando Com Você (Nelsinho / Terezinha Curtis)
09 – Não Chore (Stormy) (B. Bule / J. B. Cobb / Vrs. Renato Barros)
10 – Nova Esperança (Carlito / Cida)
11 – O Janota (Hugo Belardi / Arnoldo Medeiros)
12 – Os Dentes Brancos do Mundo (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Rio Groove FM.





Carolina Cardoso de Menezes – Teleco Teco (1957)

30 08 2011

Link original: Carolina Cardoso de Menezes – Teleco Teco (1957)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 17, 2006 by zecalouro

Another fine release from the mysterious Loronixer, the same great user that gave us Simonetti and that recent Samba LP of Dalva Barbosa. Let’s call the Mysterious Loronixer as Mr. X from now one. The gift is Carolina Cardoso de Menezes, debuting at Loronix with Carolina Cardoso de Menezes – Teleco Teco (1957), an instrumental piano album full of Sambas.

There is more to come of this unique artist that had a formal classical piano education but drove her career to popular music. A nice AMG bio is provided to introduce Carolina Cardoso de Menezes. Tracks include:

01 – Abre a Janela (Arlindo Marques Júnior / Roberto Roberti)
Helena Helena (Antônio Almeida / Constantino Silva “Secundino”)
Falsa Baiana (Geraldo Pereira)
Minha Palhoça (Se Você Quizesse) (J. Cascata)

02 – Pelo Telefone (Donga / Mauro de Almeida)
Cristo Nasceu na Bahia (Sebastião Cirino / Duque)
Ora Vejam Só (J. B. da Silva “Sinhô”)

03 – Implorar (Kid Pepe / Germano Augusto / Gaspar)
Nega do Cabelo Duro (Rubens Soares / David Nasser)
Sarambá (J. Thomaz / Duque)

04 – Samba no Rio (Carolina Cardoso de Menezes)
05 – La Vem a Baiana (Dorival Caymmi)
06 – Faceira (Ary Barroso)
07 – Praça 11 (Herivelto Martins / Grande Otelo)
08 – Morena Boca de Ouro (Ary Barroso)
09 – Madalena (Ari Macedo / Airton Amorim)

An artist who, with her unique rhythm feel that is not shared with any pianist of her generation, helped to blur the line that divides the popular from the erudite. Carolina Cardoso de Meneses had a formal pianistic education, but dedicated herself to work in the popular field. Her solo piano albums draw from previous sources of the same approach, like the composer Ernesto Nazareth, who had his works recorded by her in her Música de Ernesto Nazareth and other albums. She worked with Garoto and the Trio Surdina and was one of the first musicians to adapt the jazz idiom to Brazilian music; she was also one of the precursors of the bossa nova movement. She was one of the pioneers of Brazilian rock, having released her Brasil Rock in 1957. She had success with her instrumental compositions (her biggest hit in this genre being 1942’s “Eu Sou Do Barulho”) and her songs with lyrics (mostly by Armando Fernandes) were recorded by singers like Francisco Alves, Ângela Maria, Orlando Silva, Sílvio Caldas, Isaurinha Garcia, Cauby Peixoto, and Wanderley Cardoso. She accompanied many national big-time artists in radio and theater performances and also accompanied the international stars Josephine Baker, Pedro Vargas, and Charles Trenet in their Brazilian tours. In 1968, her marcha-rancho “Aquela Rosa Que Você Me Deu” (with Armando Fernandes) had the second place at the II Concurso de Músicas de Carnaval da Cidade da Guanabara (the old name of the city of Rio de Janeiro), interpreted by Ellen de Lima. In the ’90s she was still active, having recorded her last CD in 1997, Preludiando.

Daughter of pianist Osvaldo Cardoso de Meneses, Carolina Cardoso de Meneses began her formal piano studies at 13 after years of self-teaching. She graduated by the Instituto Nacional de Música in 1930 and continued to study (theory and harmony). In the same year, at age 14, she participated in the historic recording of the samba “Na Pavuna” (Almirante/Homero Dornelas), when, for the first time, a batuque was recorded at a studio with the full percussion set. She was hired by Rádio Sociedade do Rio de Janeiro and also worked in several of the most important stations of that time, hosting her own show O Piano da Carolina at Rádio Nacional. In 1931, she wrote and recorded the music of the film Mulher (Otávio Gabus Mendes). In 1932, she recorded her composition “Preludiando” (Odeon) for the first time. In 1942, she recorded a series of 78s with Garoto, Garoto e Carolina. She recorded many albums in her long career, one of the last being Fafá e Carolina (1989), shared with violinist Fafá Lemos.

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Preludiando. Existe uma outra versão da capa que segue abaixo. Me parece que é a original.





Noriel Vilela – Eis o Ome (1968)

29 08 2011

Link original: Noriel Vilela – Eis o Ome (1968)
Publicado em: Saturday, September 16, 2006 by zecalouro

Refer, one of the powerful Loronix friends, sent me an email a couple of weeks ago with a very useful clarification about Samba Rock. “Samba Rock is not a musical genre, it is only a way of dancing any kind of music with swing (Balanco). period.

On top of this, Refer gave me a very useful link for anyone who might be interested on understanding a little bit more about Samba Rock, the website of Clube do Balanco athttp://clubedobalanco.uol.com.br. There is an English version that you should try. Take a look at the video section and watch a Samba Rock documentary and a nice dancing tutorial.

This is the only record released by one of the Brazilian Samba Rock legends, Noriel Vilela – Eis o Ome (1968). Noriel was member of the Samba vocal group Cantores de Ebano. After releasing this record, Noriel has passed, for reasons that zecalouro could not check. This is a cool LP that zecalouro bets that any Loronixer will have a guaranteed entertainment. Tracks include:

01 – Promessado (Carlos Pedro)
02 – Saravando Xangô (Avarese / Edenal Rodrigues)
03 – Só o Ôme (Edenal Rodrigues)
04 – Meu Caboclo Não Deixa (Avarese / Edenal Rodrigues)
05 – Pra Iemanjá Levar (Delcio Carvalho)
06 – Samba das Águas (Josan de Mattos)
07 – Eu Tá Vendo no Copo (Avarese / Edenal Rodrigues)
08 – Acredito Sim (Avarese / Edenal Rodrigues)
09 – Peço Licença (Avarese)
10 – Cacundê Cacundá (José de Souza / Orlando)
11 – Acocha Malungo (Sydney Martins)
12 – Saudosa Bahia (Noriel Vilela / Sydney Martins)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 discos.





Mauricio Einhorn – Jugando en Buenos Aires (1985)

29 08 2011

Link original: Mauricio Einhorn – Jugando en Buenos Aires (1985)
Publicado em: Saturday, September 16, 2006 by zecalouro

The Brazilian composer and harmonica player Mauricio Einhorn holding a gun and surrounded by some bad guys. Do not worry, there is nothing wrong, Mauricio is just taking a picture with his great Argentinean Jazz musician friends for the album Mauricio Einhorn – Jugando en Buenos Aires (1985).

If you are a harmonica fan, enjoyed the first Einhorn release at Loronix and wants to check a nice instrumental Jazz experience with these nice Argentinean Jazz players, this is the LP to look for. Personnel: Mauricio Einhorn (harmonica), Litto Nebia (guitar, keyboard and voice), Roberto Fats Fernandez (trumpet – flugelhorn), Cesar Franov (electric bass), Norberto Minichillo (drums), Cacho Tejera (percussion), Oscar Feldman (alto sax), Manolo Yanes (Synthesizers) and Daniel Homer (guitar). Tracks include:

01 – Matices para Mauricio (Nebbia)
02 – Mirandinha (Einhorn)
03 – Si no son más de las tres(El Bohemio)(Nebbia)
04 – Verano(State) (Martino-Brighetti) versión cast: Nebbia
05 – Más allá de Palermo (Nebbia)
06 – Corcovado (Jobim)
07 – Más allá de Palermo (Nebbia)
08 – Uno (Mores-Discepolo)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Special Post: Tuca

29 08 2011

Link original: Special Post: Tuca
Publicado em: Friday, September 15, 2006 by zecalouro

Sometimes zecalouro receives email from relatives of the artists that are here at Loronix, specially the forgotten ones. All these messages are great, sometimes zecalouro even receives messages with statements like: “congratulations for recover the memory of my father to the world” or “He is really happy to hear this LP again, which was considered lost…” etc.

But this one was different, since zecalouro has authorization to make available the entire content. This message was from Tuca’s nephew, which is a Loronix friend that zecalouro would like to thanks a lot for sharing his personal thoughts about his relative with all the Loronix community.

zealouro will not translate his writing to English, if any Loronix friend with better translating capabilities can do it for us, I will appreciate a lot. Let’s hear what he says:

“Prezado Zeca,

Dei uma olhada no Loronix e seus comentários sobre minha tia Tuca.

Sim, ela é a falecida irmã (apenas por parte de pai) de minha mãe Maria Helena Moraes da Silva (nome de solteira), hoje com 69 anos.

Tuca cujo nome completo e correto é Valeniza Zagni da Silva, filha da madastra de minha mãe, esta por sua vez a segunda esposa do meu avô Valentim Ignácio da Silva, médico e farmacêutico famoso no interior de São Paulo (famoso naquela época, naturalmente). Chegou uma vez a candidatar-se a vereador, mas seus votos foram roubados pelo famoso político profissional Ademar de Barros (roubo mas faço, lembra?).

Minha avó faleceu quando minha mãe tinha apenas 6 meses, e não muito tempo depois meu avó casou-se novamente e alguns anos depois sua segunda esposa teve a Valeniza-Tuca. Minha mãe e ela sempre se deram muito bem no período que foram criadas juntas pela mãe/madrasta..

Infelizmente, minha tia Tuca era obesa e muito criticada nesse aspecto por falsas amigas e amigos. Isso acabou por criar graves disturbios emocionais e psicológicos nela, o que a levou a fazer um regime super rigoroso e sem acompanhamento médico, que a levou a morte por inanição, conforme inclusive noticiado na época pelos jornais e revistas. Uma pena, pois ela era um ser humano muito bom e boa cantora.

As informações citadas podem ser divulgadas se assim desejar, caso ache interessantes.

Um abraço,”





Sonia Rosa meets Sadao Watanabe – Sensitive Sound of Sonia Rosa (1970)

29 08 2011

Link original: Sonia Rosa meets Sadao Watanabe – Sensitive Sound of Sonia Rosa (1970)
Publicado em: Friday, September 15, 2006 by zecalouro

Do you remember Sonia Rosa? For the late comers, Sonia Rosa is a nice Brazilian singer that released Sonia Rosa – A Bossa Rosa de Sonia Rosa (1968) and mysteriously left Brazil to live in Japan and never returned.

zecalouro spread his wings and flew to Japan just to get this new Sonia Rosa release, Sonia Rosa – Sensitive Sound of Sonia Rosa (1970) for the Japanese label Express.

Here, Sonia has the great help of Sadao Watanabe Quartet on a another nice record. Tracks include:

01 – The Girl From Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes / Vrs. Norman Gimbel)
02 – Fly Me To The Moon (B. Howard)
03 – Desafinado (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
04 – The Look Of Love (Burt Bacharach / H. David)
05 – Meditation (Meditação) (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça / Vrs. Norman Gimbel)
06 – Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
07 – I’ll Never Fall In Love Again (Burt Bacharach / H. David)
08 – The Shadow Of Your Smile (J. Mandel / Paul Francis Webster)
09 – La Chanson D’orphee (Luis Bonfá / Antônio Maria)
10 – Alfie (Burt Bacharach / H. David)
11 – Secret Love (S. Fain / Paul Francis Webster)
12 – Tristeza (Haroldo Lobo / Niltinho Tristeza)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.  Note que existem, pelo menos, 3 capas diferentes para ele. Apesar dos nomes diferentes, são o mesmo disco.





Os 3 Morais – Os 3 Morais (1967)

29 08 2011

Link original: Os 3 Morais – Os 3 Morais (1967)
Publicado em: Friday, September 15, 2006 by zecalouro

Very nice. That’s what several Loronixers were waiting for. Os 3 Morais – Os 3 Morais (1967), the debut LP of this cult Brazilian vocal group. Three brothers, Jane Espitito Santo, Sidney Espirito Santo and Roberto Espirito Santo, that took their mother maiden’s name to name the group. AMG Bio is provided. Tracks include:

01 – Só Eu e Você (There’s a Kind Of Hush) (L. Reed / G. Stephens / Vrs. Lilian Knapp)
02 – Call Me (T. Hatch / Vrs. Sidney Morais)
03 – A Turma (Tell The Boys) (P. Callander / M. Murray / Vrs. Sidney Morais)
04 – Um Homem e Uma Mulher (Un Homme Et Une Femme) (F. Lai / P. Barouh / Vrs. Luis Guedes)
05 – O Que Te Faz Sonhar (What Makes You Dream Pretty Girl ) (M. Garson / J. Wilson / Vrs. Lilian Knapp)
06 – O Recruta (Sidney Morais)
07 – Moonglow (W. Hudson / E. de Lange / I. Mills / Vrs. Sidney Morais)
08 – Estou Feliz (Puppet On a String) (B. Martin / P. Coucter / Vrs. Lilian Knapp)
09 – Folhas Verdes (Green Grass) (R. Greenaway / R. Cook / Vrs. Sidney Morais)
10 – Lá Muito Além (Five Hundred Miles) (H. West / Vrs. Maria Julia)
11 – Sunny (B. Hebb / Vrs. Lilian Knapp)
12 – Tiara Vermelha (Scarlet Ribbons) (E. Danzig / J. Segal / Vrs. Sidney Morais)

Formed in 1963 by the siblings Jane Vicentino do Espírito Santo, Sidney do Espírito Santo, and Roberto do Espírito Santo, each having individually performed in several groups and orchestras until then, Os Três Morais (Morais being their mother’s maiden name), influenced by the Swingle Singers, recorded “Sambachiana” (Ely Arcoverde) and gradually incorporated popular music into their previously semi-classical repertory. The trio participated in important bossa nova TV shows like the Bo-64 and O Fino da Bossa (TV Record) and recordedthree LPs with that formation until 1970, when Jane married Herondy Bueno, leaving the trio to form with him the duo Jane e Herondy, having been replaced by Vera Lúcia (ex-Alpha Centauri). With the new formation, the group recorded an LP with classics like “As Pastorinhas” (João de Barro/Noel Rosa). In 1997, the trio performed with the original formation in the show Parabéns Música Popular Brasileira at the Baiúca club (São Paulo). While Jane participated in Chico Buarque’s Chico Buarque de Hollanda interpreting “Com Açúcar, Com Afeto” (Buarque), later recording the song alone, Sidney, who had been a member of the Garotos Vocalistas (1948), Os Quatro Amigos (1950), and Conjunto Farroupilha (1958) had success with “Além” (with Edson Borges), which was recorded several times by different artists.

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Evinha – Cartao Postal (1971)

29 08 2011

Link original: Evinha – Cartao Postal (1971)
Publicado em: Friday, September 15, 2006 by zecalouro

The first Evinha LP at Loronix is making a nice career at Loronix, being much more requested then others available at the same time. zecalouro is bringing back Evinha, now with an LP considered by many as her best release.

This is Evinha – Cartao Postal (1971), with arrangements by Geraldo Vespar and Orlando Silveira. If it is not the best, for sure is one of her finest with songs composed by Abilio Manoel, Marcos Valle, Beto Guedes, Roberto Carlos, among others. Tracks include:

01 – Que Bandeira (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle / Mariozinho Rocha)
02 – Feira Moderna (Beto Guedes / Fernando Brant)
03 – Cartão Postal (Renato Correia / Guarabyra)
04 – Olha o Futuro (Arnoldo Medeiros)
05 – De Tanto Amor (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
06 – Esperar Pra Ver (Renato Correia / Guarabyra)
07 – Tema de Adão (Taiguara)
08 – Só Quero (Dal / Tom / Lilito)
09 – Rico Sem Dinheiro (Abílio Manoel)
10 – Encontro (Jacks Wu / Adour)
11 – Por Mera Coincidência (Getúlio Cortes)
12 – Onze e Quinze (Eduardo Souto Neto / Geraldo Carneiro)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Dalva Barbosa – É Samba (1962)

28 08 2011

Link original: Dalva Barbosa – É Samba (1962)
Publicado em: Thursday, September 14, 2006 by zecalouro

zecalouro received this LP a couple of weeks ago from the same mysterious Loronixer who gave us the wonderful new copy of Simonetti e Orquestra. Since then, zecalouro has been looking at this beautiful cover and listening to music before finding an ideal slot for Dalva Barbosa.

That’s the time to introduce this nice LP from a really forgoteen – at least to zecalouro research extent – Brazilian singer, Dalva Barbosa – É Samba (1962). The personnel is not credited and the LP has that extravagant orchestral arrangements from the late 50’s, bringing a wonderful atmosphere to Dalva’s singing. Tracks include compositions from Joao Roberto Kelly, Wilson Batista, among others:

01 – Só Vale a Pena (João Roberto Kelly)
02 – Skindô (Wilson Batista / Luis Wanderley)
03 – Lama no Asfalto (Jota Júnior)
04 – Coisa Pouca (Ramalho Neto / Aldacir Louro)
05 – Gosto de Gente Que Samba (Erasmo Silva / William Duba)
06 – Gamação (João Roberto Kelly)
07 – Piada (João Roberto Kelly)
08 – Teleco-teco Nº 6 (J. Smera / Paulo Gesta)
09 – Samba de Branco (Leila Victor)
10 – Adeus Meu Amor (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara)
11 – Tristeza Nunca Mais (José Toledo)
12 – Dilema (Aldacir Louro / Linda Rodrigues / Paulinho)

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Não tinha este disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Andreas e Fulano Sicrano, ele hoje está disponível no Um que Tenha.





Marilia Barbosa – Filme Nacional (1978)

28 08 2011

Link original: Marilia Barbosa – Filme Nacional (1978)
Publicado em: Thursday, September 14, 2006 by zecalouro

Marilia Barbosa is a Brazilian singer and actress that released a few solo LP and made several participations on TV Globo’s soup operas soundtracks. zecalouro presents her first and aclaimmed album, Filme Nacional (1978), arranged by Egberto Gismonti, Gutto Graca Mello and Lincoln Olivetti.

This record is a recommendation of a very Loronix friend that I invite you to try. Tracks include:

01 – Manifesto (Mariozinho Rocha / Guto Graça Melo)
02 – Minh’alma (Dom Beto / Reina)
03 – Melodia Inacabada (Rita Lee)
04 – Como Um Sonho (Dom Beto)
05 – Filme Nacional (Márcio Proença)
06 – Olha (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
07 – Antes Que Aconteça (Renato Teixeira)
08 – Total Abandono (Djavan)
09 – Estória de Cantador (Djavan)
10 – Pour Pablito (João Mello / Dito)
11 – Coração de Candango (Egberto Gismonti / João Carlos Pádua)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Zimbo Trio – Trocando em Miudos A Tristeza do Jeca (1983)

28 08 2011

Link original: Zimbo Trio – Trocando em Miudos A Tristeza do Jeca (1983)
Publicado em: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 by zecalouro

zecalouro is surprised with the excitement around the last Zimbo Trio LP with the US Jazzman Sonny Stitt. Many new Loronixers have been dragged by that LP and being here since then as very loyal friends. Thanks to Jazzseen friends.

I’m curious to see what happens now with Zimbo Trio – Trocando em Miudos A Tristeza do Jeca (1983). On this LP, Zimbo Trio performs nice Jazzy versions of very popular songs of the Brazilian regional music – Tristeza do Jeca – and nice others Brazilian classics such like: Trocando em Miudos (Chico Buarque de Hollanda / Francis Hime ), Egberto Gismonti’s Loro (obviously, a zecalouro’s favorite), Chovendo na Roseira and Aguas de Março (Antonio Carlos Jobim).

The back cover has a cool handwriting message from Egberto Gismonti saying wonders about this LP. You can see the full version of this back cover here. Tracks include:

01 – Lôro (Egberto Gismonti)
02 – Serra da Boa Esperança (Lamartine Babo)
03 – Chovendo na Roseira (Tom Jobim)
04 – Luz (Djavan)
05 – Tristeza do Jeca (Angelino de Oliveira)
06 – Natureza Bela (Felisberto Martins / Henrique Mesquita)
07 – Águas de Março (Tom Jobim)
08 – Trocando Em Miúdos (Chico Buarque / Francis Hime)
09 – Aquele Um (Djavan)
10 – Atrás da Porta (Chico Buarque / Francis Hime)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Jorge Goulart – Primeira Audição (1958)

28 08 2011

Link original: Jorge Goulart – Primeira Audição (1958)
Publicado em: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 by zecalouro

This post is really special for two reasons. It celebrates the 70th year anniversary of Radio Nacional do Rio de Janeiro, which is today, Tuesday, 12th September.

The second and main reason is to introduce to Loronixers Jorge Goulart, a great Brazilian singers that was a true hero on the golden ages of Radio Nacional.

Jorge Goulart came to zecalouro attention with an email message received from a great friend of Jorge Goulart asking for information. Since then, this friend and zecalouro exchanged several emails talking about Jorge, which is still active, with 80 years old. But what makes me feel really happy is that Jorge Goulart did not listen to this LP, Primeira Audição (1959) for years and zecalouro is now giving the chance to Jorge Goulart and all Loronixers around the world have this great experience.

Jorge Goulart, congratulations for the exceptional artist you are and for the great human example you give us with your will for life, happiness and determination to face all the challenges you have been through.

From zecalouro and all the great Loronix worldwide community.

Let’s celebrate Jorge Goulart and Radio Nacional. Do not forget to read AMG Bios and tracklist.

01 – Além do Céu (Sidney Morais / Édson Borges)
02 – Ave Maria no Salgueiro (Jorge Morais / Rufino Gonçalves)
03 – As Pedras Se Encontram (René Bittencourt / Raul Sampaio)
04 – Pra Que Continuar (Mário Lago)
05 – Há 5 Minutos (Mário Lago)
06 – Chegou o Rei Bantu (Eloy Dutra / Alcyr Pires Vermelho)
07 – Palhaço (Ivon Cury)
08 – A Flor do Lodo (Zé Keti)
09 – Adeus Para Que (Mário Lago)
10 – Seja Qual For a Hora (Mário Lago)
11 – Suavemente (Mário Lago / Chocolate)
12 – Intriga (Ataulfo Alves)

Having his name strongly connected to the history of Brazilian Carnival, Jorge Goulart had a highly successful career with many hits. He also participated in several films, of which the most important is Rio 40 Graus (Nelson Pereira dos Santos) — in the film, he sang “A Voz do Morro,” a 1955 classic by Zé Kéti. Among many other historical pieces, he launched the timeless number (played innumerable times in every Carnival ball) “Cabeleira do Zezé” (João Roberto Kelly/Roberto Faissal) in 1964. Other Carnival smashes were “Mundo de Zinco” (Wilson Batista/Nássara, 1952), “Joga a Chave, Meu Amor” (J.R. Kelly/J. Rui), “Mané Fogueteiro” (João de Barro), and “Couro de Gato” (Grande Otelo/Rubens Silva/Popó). Goulart also is important as a singer who made composers of the samba schools like Elton Medeiros (“Exaltação a São Paulo”), Zé Kéti (the fundamental “A Voz do Morro,” 1955), Candeia, and Silas de Oliveira known for a wider audience. Goulart debuted in his professional career interpreting songs by Custódio Mesquita, to whom he had been introduced by his father.Performing regularly at the Eldorado dancing, he soon began to work also at the Rádio Tupi. His first 78 rpm was released in 1945 due to Mesquita’s influence as a director at Victor. After being dismissed from the recording company because of three albums that didn’t happen, he became friends with Ary Barroso, who gave him his “Xangô” (with Fernando Lobo), his first hit. In the next year, Goulart opened in the successful show Um Milhão de Mulheres that wasperformed for two years. After a stint in Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul), Goulart returned to Rio in 1949, recording “Miss Mangueira” (Wilson Batista/Antônio Almeida) for next year’s Carnaval. His success with “Balzaqueana” (Wilson Batista/Nássara, 1951) yielded an invitation to join the prestigious Rádio Nacional, where he stayed for 15 years. Goulart was the first singer to interpret, in the nights of Rio, “Vingança,” the big hit by Lupicínio Rodrigues that definitively established the composer, also provoking suicides. But as he was a Continental artist while Rodrigues had a contract of exclusiveness with RCA, the song was finally offered to Herivelto Martins. Among the many hits recorded by Goulart in the ’50s, one of the most curious works was the samba “Exaltação a São Paulo” (Elton Medeiros), which had been presented in the Carnival of 1954. Evidencing new paths for Brazilian music, the samba was recorded for the program Um Milhão de Melodas by Goulart with the accompaniment of the orchestra of the Rádio Nacional (60 figures) and ten match boxes (an “instrument” typical of the informal samba meetings at bars and homes), everything written by Radamés Gnattali. Still in the ’50s, Goulart toured the former U.S.S.R., China, and several European countries. He also launched the bossa nova march “Marcha da Quarta-Feira de Cinzas” (Carlos Lyra/Vinícius de Moraes) in February 1963.

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Não tinha este disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Andreas e Fulano Sicrano, ele hoje está disponível no Um que Tenha.





Irmaos Coragem – Original Soundtrack (1970) TV Globo Soup Opera

28 08 2011

Link original: Irmaos Coragem – Original Soundtrack (1970) TV Globo Soup Opera
Publicado em: Monday, September 11, 2006 by zecalouro

This is something that zecalouro’s mother will be very happy to see at Loronix next time she get together with her green bird. The Original Soundtrack of the TV Globo soup opera Irmaos Coragem (1970). A Loronix friend said that every TV Globo soup opera soundtrack deserves a careful listen. I can tell you, Irmaos Coragem is a really good OST, having something special on several aspects.

The production and arrangements are in charge of a “power trio”, Waltel Branco, Luiz Eca and Dori Caymmi. The performers were the best available: Jair Rodrigues, Dori Caymmi, Denise Emmer, Maysa, Tim Maia, Maria Creuza, Luiz Eça and Joyce, making an unique version of Bachiana #5 of Heitor Villa Lobos, among others. Tracks include:

01 – Jair – Rodrigues – Irmãos Coragem (Nonato Buzar / Paulinho Tapajós)
02 – Luis Carlos Sa – Jerônimo (Luis Carlos Sá)
03 – Regina Duarte – Minhas Tardes de Sol (Paulinho Machado)
04 – Umas & Outras – Ondas Médias (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)
05 – A Banda das Cores Magicas – Porto Seguro (Dori Caymmi)
06 – Denise Emmer e Marcos Pitter – Coroado (Denise Emmer)
07 – Maysa – Nosso Caminho (Fred Falcão / Arnoldo Medeiros)
08 – Paulinho Tapajos – Irmãos Coragem (Nonato Buzar / Paulinho Tapajós)
09 – Tim Maia – João Coragem (Tim Maia / Cassiano)
10 – Maria Creuza – Flamengo Flamengo (Renato Luis Lobo)
11 – Luiz Eça – Branca (Danilo Caymmi / João Carlos Pádua)
12 – Eustáquio Sena – O Amor Maior (Eustáquio Sena)
13 – Joyce – Bachiana Nº 5 (Villa-Lobos)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Galeria do Flashback. Existe uma outra versão da capa, pela gravadora Philips, que segue abaixo. Acredito que ela é a original, pois, segundo a Wikipedia, o primeiro disco lançado pela gravadora Som Livre foi o da novela “O Cafona” de 1971.





Joao Roberto Kelly – Joao Roberto Kelly (1980)

28 08 2011

Link original: Joao Roberto Kelly – Joao Roberto Kelly (1980)
Publicado em: Monday, September 11, 2006 by zecalouro

Someone gave me a recommendation of Joao Roberto Kelly, Brazilian Samba composer and pianist. zecalouro cannot remember who made it, but here it is. Meet Joao Roberto Kelly with a nice 1980 self-titled LP. Joao Roberto Kelly has several classic carnaval songs, performed on every carnaval for decades. This LP shows Joao, his piano, orchestra and his compositions, a must for the fans of authentic Samba.

Check the track list below and AMG bio for Joao Roberto Kelly.

01 – Samba do Buraco Quente (João Roberto Kelly / João Marques)
02 – Depois da Novela (João Roberto Kelly)
03 – Barraquinho (João Roberto Kelly)
04 – Idéia Fixa (João Roberto Kelly)
05 – Procurando Ninho (Geraldo da Silva Barbosa / F. Terra)
06 – Tristeza de Uma Saudade (Nilton Coltrane)
07 – Inverno (João Roberto Kelly)
08 – Afinidade (João Roberto Kelly)
09 – Melancolia (João Roberto Kelly)
10 – Amor Proibido (João Roberto Kelly)
11 – Mistura (João Roberto Kelly)
12 – A Solidão Chegou (João Roberto Kelly / Geraldo Barbosa)

João Roberto Kelly became famous as a composer of Carnival marches like the all-time classic “Cabeleira do Zezé” (with Roberto Faissal, recorded by Jorge Goulart), “Mulata Iê-Iê-Iê” (recorded by Emilinha Borba), “Colombina Iê-Iê-Iê,” and “Rancho da Praça Onze” (with Chico Anísio, recorded by Dalva de Oliveira). As a samba composer, he had hits with “Boato” (recorded by Elza Soares), “Mais do que Amor” (recorded by Jamelão), and “Dor de Cotovelo” (recorded by Elis Regina). Other originals of his recorded include “Gamação,” “Brotinho Bossa Nova,” “Samba do Teleco-teco,” “Só Vou de Balanço,” and “Ciuminho.”

Kelly began to play the piano by ear at 11, taught by his mother and grandmother. In 1957, he made his professional debut writing the musical score to the play Sputnik no Morro. Also as a composer of soundtracks, he debuted on TV in 1963, participating in the most important comedy shows. Kelly also recorded several albums as an interpreter of his originals.

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Não tinha este disco. Porém, graças à contribuição do Arthur e do Fulano Sicrano, ele agora está disponível no Um que Tenha. 





Baden Powell & Trio – The Frankfurt Opera Concert (1975)

27 08 2011

Link original: Baden Powell & Trio – The Frankfurt Opera Concert (1975)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 10, 2006 by zecalouro

Baden Powell is the best closing for this improvised instrumental day at Loronix. This is also a special post, since it was sent by the Loronixer d, which took his time to rip and pack this LP with nice results.

With the help of d, zecalouro proudly presents Baden Powell & Trio – The Frankfurt Opera Concert (1975). Baden Powell Trio is Baden Powell (playing a “Virtuoso” Guitar by luthier Dieter Hopf on this gig), Guy Pedersen (bass), Jorge Arena (drums) and Coaty de Oliveira (percussion).

The Master Tape was forgotten on archives for 17 years, being authorized by Baden Powell only in 1992 to be released. Tracks include:

01 – Valsa De Eurídice (Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Prelúdio (Baden Powell)
03 – Asa Branca (Luis Gonzaga / Humberto Teixeira)
04 – A Lenda Do Abaeté (Dorival Caymmi)
05 – Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Samba Triste (Baden Powell / Billy Blanco)
07 – Petite Valse (Baden Powell)
08 – Imagens (Baden Powell)
09 – Pescador (Baden Powell)
10 – Valse Nº 1 (Baden Powell)
11 – Berceuse (Baden Powell)
12 – Variações Sobre Canto De Ossanha (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
13 – Coisas Nº 1 (Moacir Santos)
14 – Marcha Escocesa (Baden Powell)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Mércia – …A Moça Chamada Mércia (1968)

27 08 2011

Link original: Mércia – …A Moça Chamada Mércia (1968)
Publicado em: Saturday, September 09, 2006 by zecalouro

zecalouro presents a Brazilian singer that is probably unknown by many Loronixers. Meet Mercia, with the 1968 LP A Moça Chamada Mercia, a sweet bossa record arranged by Oscar Castro Neves, produced by Aloysio de Oliveira and composed by Renato Teixeira.

This LP is very cult. Once again, the information available about Mercia is almost unavailable. Mercia only recorded this nice LP, what happened to her? Who knows?

Let’s see what happens, zecalouro likes this kind of mystery, particularly when it is around a nice record and a beautiful singer like Mercia. Tracks include:

01 – Feira de Trocas (Renato Teixeira)
02 – O Trem da Separação (Renato Teixeira)
03 – Cavaquinho (Renato Teixeira) – Participação: Renato Teixeira
04 – Soldadinho (Renato Teixeira / João Chiesse)
05 – Meu Remédio É Carnaval (Renato Teixeira)
06 – Feriado Nacional (Renato Teixeira)
07 – Bandeira Branca (Renato Teixeira / Maranhão) – Participação: Renato Teixeira
08 – Álbum de Família (Renato Teixeira)
09 – A Filha do Rei (Renato Teixeira)
10 – Cordão da Graça (Renato Teixeira)
11 – Ganhei Outra Saudade (Renato Teixeira)
12 – O Rancho (Renato Teixeira / Geraldo Cunha)

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Não tinha este disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Andreas e Fulano Sicrano ele hoje está disponível no Um que Tenha.





Conjunto 707 – Formula 707 (1966)

27 08 2011

Link original: Conjunto 707 – Formula 707 (1966)
Publicado em: Saturday, September 09, 2006 by zecalouro

Conjunto 707 – Formula 707 (1966), a Brazilian BossaJazz instrumental group that has released only this LP for Chantecler. zecalouro was keeping this LP for months just waiting for additional information. Then, a friend of zecalouro said that this LP is so rare, good and unique that zecalouro was being selfish on keeping it without sharing with Loronix friends.

That’s a nice argument, so zecalouro decide to present Loronixers Conjunto 707, which is Antônio Diniz (organ, accordion and arrangements), Ailton José Roncato (vibraphone), Waldomiro Lima (guitar), Divaldo B. Oliveira (piano, vibraphone), Victor Batista Lopes (piston), Pedro Chrispim (sax tenor), Walter Bento (bass, guitar), Altamyr Sarmento (acoustic guitar), Geraldo Lamanna (drums), Benedito Vilela (vocal) and José Carvalho e Benedito dos Santos (percussion). Tracks include:

01 – Você (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
02 – Amanhecendo (Roberto Menescal / Luis Fernando Freire)
03 – Io Che Non Vivo (Senza Te) (Donaggio / Pallavicini)
04 – Night And Day (Cole Porter)
05 – Vivo Sonhando (Tom Jobim)
06 – Midnight Lace (Lubin / Howard)
07 – Deus Brasileiro (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
08 – Starway To The Stars (Parish / Malneck / Signorelli)
09 – Midnight On The Cliffs (L. Pennario)
10 – Um Sonho e o Mar (Walter Bento)
11 – Levanta Mangueira (Luis Antônio)
12 – Fotografia (Tom Jobim)

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Não tinha este disco. Porém, graças à amiga Elaine e ao Fulano Sicrano, ele hoje está disponível no Um que Tenha.





Walter Wanderley – Samba So! (1965)

27 08 2011

Link original: Walter Wanderley – Samba So! (1965)
Publicado em: Saturday, September 09, 2006 by zecalouro

There are some curiosities that zecalouro would like to say about this 1965 Walter Wanderley LP, Samba So, which has a coverart picture that became one of the most famous Walter Wanderley pictures worldwide. This is the kind of record that was born in 1965, but was modified on further releases.

The first release by Fermata – the artwork is available below this paragraph – did not credited Walter Wanderley due his contract obligations with Philips. All tracks starts with the word Samba.


Then, “Samba So” was released by World Pacific with the opening cover artwork of this post, later on another release gave the name “Walter Wanderley… … é Samba” and the final CD reissue, “Samba!”. The line up is: Walter Wanderley (Organ), Azeitona (Bass), Arrudinha (Drums), Heraldo do Monte (Guitar), Bolão (Sax, Flute), Corisco (Pandeiro) e Radamanto (Agogô). Tracks include:

01 – Samba do Avião (Tom Jobim)
02 – Samba da Madrugada (Dora Lopes / Carminha Mascarenhas / H. Nascimento)
03 – Samba Em Prelúdio
04 – Samba da Minha Terra (Dorival Caymmi)
05 – Samba Só (Walter Santos / Tereza Souza)
06 – Samba Silante (Telmo Soares)
07 – Samba no Japão (Orlann Divo)
08 – Samba de Bossa (Corisco / Heraldo do Monte / Chu)
09 – Samba Novo (Durval Ferreira / Newton Chaves)
10 – Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
11 – Samba Brasileiro (Claribalte Passos)
12 – Samba Triste (Baden Powell / Billy Blanco)

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Não tinha este disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Amilcar e Milan Filipovic ele hoje está disponível no Parallel Realities Studio.

Uma terceira versão de capa segue abaixo.





Evinha – Evinha (1973)

27 08 2011

Link original: Evinha – Evinha (1973)
Publicado em: Friday, September 08, 2006 by zecalouro

A friend of zecalouro has asked to make available to Loronixers a LP of the Brazilian singer Evinha, which was member of the legendary Trio Esperança, a successful vocal group from the 60’s.

zecalouro took a 1973 Evinha LP, known as to be the hardest to find Evinha record. By the way, sometimes zecalouro uses to post records that were already posted on other friends blog. This should happen again, several times. zecalouro does not have time or skills to search all the blogsphere to check if someone else had first made a certain LP available.

Well, if you see an LP from another friend posted here without saying so, don’t be mad with the green bird. Just send him an email, available at zecalouro’s profile.

Back to Evinha, do not miss the AMG bio, tracks include:

01 – O que é que eu estou fazendo na rua (Luis Carlos Sá – Guarabyra – Zé Rodrix)
02 – No meio da madrugada (Jon Lemos – Roberto Corrêa)
03 – Foi assim [Juventude e ternura] (Renato Corrêa – Ronaldo Corrêa)
04 – Tiro de cores (Cassiano – Robson Jorge)
05 – As canções que você fez pra mim (Erasmo Carlos – Roberto Carlos)
06 – Deixa rolar (Luis Carlos Sá – Guarabyra – Zé Rodrix)
07 – Moça (Maria Thereza Guinle)
08 – Como vai você (Mário Marcos – Antônio Marcos)
09 – Vozes vazias (Ely de Oliveira – Fernando Araújo)
10 – Não vá ficar debaixo das rodas (Augusto Magalhães – Sidney Matos)
11 – Ben (B.Black – W.Share)
12 – Trechos: – O que é que eu estou fazendo na rua (Luis Carlos Sá-Zé Rodrix-Guarabyra), – As canções que você fez pra mim (Roberto Carlos-Erasmo Carlos), – Foi assim (Juventude e ternura) (Renato Corrêa-Ronaldo Corrêa), – No meio da madrugada (Roberto Corrêa-Jon Lemos), – Moça (Maria Thereza Guinle)

A successful vocalist in the Jovem Guarda in the Trio Esperança, Evinha had hits in her solo career with songs like “Teletema” (Antônio Adolfo/Tibério Gaspar), “Que Bandeira” (Marcos Valle/Paulo Sérgio Valle), “Como Vai Você” (Antônio Marcos), and “As Canções Que Você Fez Para Mim” (Roberto Carlos/Erasmo Carlos). Since her childhood, she sang together with siblings Mário Correia José Maria and Regina Correia José Maria. In 1958 the three of them formed the Trio Esperança, which had great success during the Jovem Guarda times and is still active. In 1968, she departed from the trio to pursue her solo career, being replaced by her sister Marisa Correia José Maria. Her first hit was “Casaco Marrom” (Guarabyra/Danilo Caymmi/Renato Corrêa). In the IV FIC (International Song Festival) in 1969, she won first place with “Cantiga Por Luciana” (Paulinho Tapajós/Edmundo Souto). In 1977, she recorded with Paul Mauriat. As the crooner of Mauriat’s orchestra, she toured Japan and China. In the ’90s, she rejoined the Trio Esperança. Appeared in solo performances in Brazil in 1999.

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Martoni.





Helio Mendes, Seu Piano – Conjunto – Week-End no Rio (1963)

27 08 2011

Link original: Helio Mendes, Seu Piano – Conjunto – Week-End no Rio (1963)
Publicado em: Thursday, September 07, 2006 by zecalouro

Everything is good on this LP, the cover, the repertoire, the instrumental music, even the name is cool, Week-End NO Rio.

Helio Mendes is another Brazilian pianist and organist making his debut at Loronix with his 1963 LP Week-End no Rio, instrumental music with Walter Wanderley organ style, brass, accordion and guitar on nice standards, such as: Dans Mon Ile (one of zecalouro’s favorites), Stella by Starlight, Corcovado and others.

Helio Mendes e Seu Conjunto is Helio Mendes (organ and piano), Mauricio Oliveira (guitar), Cicero Ferreira (piston), Moacyr Barros (sax, clarinet), Betinho (drums), Marinho (accordion), Edilio (bass) and Moacyr Lima (percussion). Tracks include:

01 – Na Cadência Do Samba
02 – Samba Em Preludio
03 – Nancy
04 – Cueando Calienta El Sol
05 – Corcovado
06 – Speak Low
07 – Stella By Starlight
08 – Dans Mon Île
09 – Et Maintenant
10 – Faceira
11 – Volta Por Cima
12 – O Samba Brasileiro Nº 2

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.





Sivuca e Seu Conjunto – Motivo para Dancar Nr. 2 (1965)

26 08 2011

Link original: Sivuca e Seu Conjunto – Motivo para Dancar Nr. 2 (1965)
Publicado em: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 by zecalouro

It has been a long time since zecalouro presented to Loronixers the first out of two Sivuca LPs titled Motivo para Dancar. The quest for the number two is now over and zecalouro proudly presents Sivuca e seu Conjunto – Motivo para Dancar Nr 2 (1957).

Sivuca is a legendary accordionist, arranger and composer that is still active. Fascinanting cover. The girl on the artwork looks very like a zecalouro’s friend who is a Brazilian singer. Who guess how is she? Tracks include:

01 – Caravan (Ellington – Tizol – Milis)
02 – Feitiçaria (Evaldo Ruy – Custódio Mesquita)
03 – Mistura fina (Luiz Bandeira)
04 – Canção do mar (Federico de Brito – Ferrer Trindade)
05 – Viva meu samba (Billy Blanco)
06 – Rancho fundo (Ary Barroso – Lamartine Babo)
• Nem eu (Dorival Caymmi)
• Doce melodia (Abel Ferreira)
• Feitiço da Vila (Noel Rosa-Vadico)
• Covarde (Lourival Faissal-Getúlio Macedo)
07 – Sonhando contigo (Fausto Guimarães – Anísio Silva)
• Poinciana (N. Simon)
• Frenesi (Alberto Dominguez)

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Este disco pode ser buscado  no Abracadabra. Uma correção: apesar do Zeca ter colocado no título que o disco é de 1965, ele é de 1957.