Link original: Miltinho – Samba & Cia. (1969)
Publicado em: Sunday, October 08, 2006 by zecalouro
Welcome back Miltinho, it was very wise of yours to be at Loronix on three posts with Elza Soares and Doris Monteiro, pretty easy with the Divas. Now it is time to see how Miltinho performs alone on his first solo LP at Loronix.
As a matter of fact, this is another release by the mighty Mr. X. once again helping zecalouro to present Miltinho – Samba & Cia (1969), a very successful and popular LP where Miltinho sings well-known Samba pout-pourri very easy to listen and know by heart on a few hearings. AMG Bio is provided. Tracks include:
01 – Bola Preta Pra Mim (Julinho de Castro)
02 – Conceição (Dunga / Jair Amorim) — Se Alguém Telefonar (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Jair Amorim)
03 – Moeda Quebrada (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis) — Leilão (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
04 – Na Base do Pinguim (João Leal Brito “britinho” / Fernando César) — Velho Gagá (Fernando César)
05 – O Conde (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
06 – Vendi o Sofá (Edenal / Julinha)
07 – Filho de Iemanjá (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
08 – Nossos Momentos (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis) — Tudo É Magnífico (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
09 – Anamaria (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia) — Garota Morena (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
10 – Gota de Orvalho (Luis Antônio / Fernando César) — Meu Sonho Em Tuas Mãos (João Leal Brito “britinho” / Fernando César)
11 – O Amor e a Flor (Carlito / J. Santos)
12 – Prazer de Dar (Newton Braz / Osmar Carpentier)
Miltinho had a huge success in the ’50s, making hits on more than 100 recorded albums with songs like “Recado” and “Devaneio,” “Murmúrio” (Djalma Ferreira/Luís Antônio), “Eu e o Rio,” “Mulher de Trinta,” “Ri” (Luís Antônio), “Zé Marmita” (Luís Antônio/Brasinha), “Só Vou de Mulher,” “Meu Nome é Ninguém” (Haroldo Barbosa/Luís Reis), “Poema do Olhar” (Jair Amorim/Evaldo Gouveia), “Mulata Assanhada” (Ataulfo Alves), among others. He began as an amateur singer in the ’40s in the Cancioneiros do Luar vocal group. His professional debut as a singer was in the Rádio Tupi. In 1946, he joined the Namorados da Lua. The following year, the group accompanied the singer Isaura Garcia on the hit “De Conversa em Conversa” (Lúcio Alves/Haroldo Barbosa), which was re-recorded two decades later by João Gilberto. In 1948, he joined the Anjos do Inferno, which toured the U.S. backing Carmen Miranda. He worked for two years in Mexico performing on radio shows and in nightclubs. In 1952, he became a member of the Quatro Ases e Um Curinga, of the Orquestra Tabajara, and of the Milionários do Ritmo. His first solo LP came in 1960, Um Novo Astro (Sideral). After 1966, his duet albums for Odeon with Elza Soares (four) and Dóris Monteiro (four) were also top-sellers. In 1997, he recorded another duet album (Miltinho Sempre Sucessos, Globo/Columbia), performing with João Nogueira, Luís Melodia, João Bosco, Chico Buarque, Elza Soares, and other artists. Commemorating his 54-year career, he recorded Miltinho Convida, which includes duets with Chico Buarque, Fafá de Belém, Nana Caymmi, Doris Monteiro, Elza Soares, Martinho da Vila, MPB-4, João Bosco, Emílio Santiago, João Nogueira, and Tito Madi.
Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.