Baden Powell – Baden Powell Quartet V. 2 (1971)

29 02 2012

Link original: Baden Powell – Baden Powell Quartet V. 2 (1971)
Publicado em: Thursday, April 12, 2007 by zecalouro

When I research for Baden Powell info, the first and only place I go is the great BrazilOnGuitar, a free project, better, a love project to Baden Powell memory. I can live ten times and I would not make better and with the passion we have at their Opus. That’s why I’m asking their help to describe another Baden Powell album.

This is Baden Powell – Baden Powell Quartet Vol. 2 (1971), for Barclay. Visiting BrazilOnGuitar I learned that Baden Powell Quartet volumes one to three were recorded on a single session during three days in December 1970. We have already Vol. 3 at Loronix and now it is time to present Vol. 2. BrazilOnGuitar description is just bellow, followed by personnel. Tracks include:

Brazil-on-Guitar description

In December 1970s of the threepart series were recorded within three days in the Barclay studio. They are the best and final recordings of the quartet with its original members. The focus here is on Afro-Brazilian music, though not as conceptually closed as on “Canto on Guitar”. There are Folklore and own compositions, as well as variations of “Pai” and “Filho”.

The almost ten minutes lasting “Terra de Katmandou” is a mixture of many styles, citations and rhythms, creating a trancelike, meditative mood.

The records contribute to the image of the guitarist until today due to their high musical level and their fresh sound. His improvisational talent doesn’t need shallow virtuosity, which tends to cover weak spots and lacking imagination. Consistently Baden Powell takes up new ideas, new lines and rejects others.

For the first time he works together with the singer Janine de Waleyne, after discovering her in the choir of Adamo. Janine’s voice merges with the melody lines of Baden’s guitar playing. Her adapdability is impressive. The non-verbality between their voices, unbound of language, opens much freedom for the music. Something Baden Powell consistently searched and found in 1970.

We thank Robert G. (Germany) for his translation.

PersonnelBaden Powell
(guitar, vocal)
Ernesto Ribeiro-Goncalves
Helio Schiavo
Alfredo Bessa
Janine de Waleyne
Lou Game
Charles Verstraete
Pierre Gossez
(sax tenor)

Track List

01 – Samba do Perdão (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
02 – Cidade Vazia (Baden Powell / Luis Fernando Freire)
03 – Canção do Filho (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
04 – Pai (Baden Powell)
05 – Ingênuo (Pixinguinha)
06 – Quaquaraquaqua (Vou Deitar e Rolar) (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

Announcement | Altamiro Carrilho cover search is over!!!

29 02 2012

Link original: Announcement | Altamiro Carrilho cover search is over!!!
Publicado em: Thursday, April 12, 2007 by zecalouro

I’m pleased to announce that our effort to find the front and back cover of Altamiro Carrilho debut album, Altamiro Carrilho e Sua Flauta Azul (1958) were successful. Once again, International Restored LP folks and the Loronixer Carlao put their hands to work to contact Romulo, who was responsible for making the scans and send an email to zecalouro today.

This announcement is being made to thank everybody who joined forces on this initiative, a major accomplish of our community. I’m gathering the full story tomorrow and an improved scan to appreciation of all Loronixers. All credits should be given to Romulo. Stay tuned to forthcoming news.

Now it is time to think about a new and exciting challenge to our community.

Best Regards,


Fafa Lemos – Trio do Fafa (1958)

29 02 2012

Link original: Fafa Lemos – Trio do Fafa (1958)
Publicado em: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 by zecalouro

This album is from a time when Brazilian instrumental music was a mass audience product and features one of the most important musicians from the 40’s to 70’s, Fafa Lemos, an artist that recorded several solo releases and played with almost all the Brazilian stars of that time.

This is Fafa Lemos – Trio do Fafa (1958), for RCA Victor. Unfortunately, the album cover does not have personnel information and we can only “guess” Trio do Fafa members. I think members were not revealed due legal issue since both are outlined at front cover. Fafa Lemos recorded his last album with Carolina Cardoso de Menezes in 1989 and passed away at the age of 83, in 2004. Tracks include:

01 – Un Violino Nel Mio Cuore (Meu Coração É Um Violino) (Laparcerie / Rastelli)
02 – Saudades da Bahia (Dorival Caymmi)
03 – Cem Mil Réis (Noel Rosa / Vadico)
04 – Emília (Wilson Batista / Haroldo Lobo)
05 – Morena Boca de Ouro (Ary Barroso)
06 – Solução (Raul Sampaio / Ivo Santos)
07 – No Mar Negro (L. Rodi)
08 – Fantasma do Cajú (Berico / Franco Ferreira)
09 – Silêncio de Um Minuto (Noel Rosa)
10 – Lá Vem a Baiana (Dorival Caymmi)
11 – Se Acaso Você Chegasse (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)
12 – Fracassos de Amor (Tito Madi / Milton Silva)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha e no Parallel Realities.

Challenge | Tell us who is this singer, group and members

29 02 2012

Link original: Challenge | Tell us who is this singer, group and members
Publicado em: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I had a great day and I hope you had also. Loronix engineers finally reach a conclusion to pick up the winner of our survey. I will make a checkpoint with Loronix engineers in 15 minutes to wrap-up the procedures, which will be announced tomorrow. If you did not engage the survey, don’t miss the chance, here. Stay tuned for further instructions tomorrow.

Now I have only 10 minutes and I hope to finish this post before the meeting. This is a movie from 1949 and the challenge is the identification of the singer, group and one of its members, a renowned Brazilian artist.

Challenge, tell us who is this female singer, the group and one of its members, a famous Brazilian artist. This is one of the greatest challenges ever at Loronix.

Hope uEnjoy!



Pelos comentários, deduzi que o vídeo era o acima. Mas segue outro vídeo, também muito bom, do mesmo filme.


Victor Assis Brasil Quarteto – Pedrinho (1980)

29 02 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Victor Assis Brasil Quarteto – Pedrinho (1980)
Publicado em: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2007


One of the things that makes me feel more disturbed when I take a Victor Assis Brasil album for a hearing is the exercise I make to realize what direction his music would take in these 26 years, since he passed away prematurely at the age of 37. The last Victor Assis Brasil album was sent by Caetano, Desenhos, his debut LP and now we are showing Pedrinho, his last album from 1980.

This is Victor Assis Brasil Quarteto – Pedrinho (1980), for EMI Odeon. It is a shame this album has gone out of print. Pedrinho is considered by jazz fans as the best album released by Victor Assis Brasil. I’m making a video this time with several images of Victor taken of a Brazilian TV documentary; if someone has additional Victor Assis Brasil videos, feel free to write comments and share with our community. Tracks include:

PersonnelVictor Assis Brasil
(sax alto)
Jota Moraes
Paulo Russo
Ted Moore

Track List01 – It’s All Right With Me (Cole Porter)
02 – Nada Será Como Antes (Milton Nascimento / Ronaldo Bastos)
03 – Pedrinho (Victor Assis Brasil)
04 – S’wonderful (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
05 – Penedo (Victor Assis Brasil)
06 – O Cantador (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta)
07 – Night And Day (Cole Porter)

This is Victor Assis Brasil Quarteto – Pedrinho (1980), at Loronix.

Hope uEnjoy!

Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos.  Não consegui o vídeo do Zeca, mas segue uma reportagem sobre o Victor Assis Brasil.

Secos & Molhados – Secos & Molhados (1973)

28 02 2012

Link original: Secos & Molhados – Secos & Molhados (1973)
Publicado em: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 by zecalouro

I was very reluctant to release this post, since Loronix first day. This is not the music that we are used to see on this little space. However, they are part of Brazilian popular music history and if you neglect them you are not telling the true story. I love these guys; they were part of my childhood opening up my mind to another kind of music.

This album sold 700,000 copies in 1973. We can say that Secos & Molhados was a revolutionary band, making the bridge between Bossa Nova, Tropicalismo until the embryo of Brazilian Rock. They released two albums and then were dissolved. Perhaps the story of Brazilian Rock would be completely different if they move further. Let’s see what we have here.

This is Secos & Molhados – Secos & Molhados (1973), for Copacabana. I will take Alvaro Neder review from AMG to describe this album, take a special attention on how they mix electric guitars with Brazilian percussion on unique arrangements. The bass playing is superb with arrangements by the friends Joao Ricardo and Gerson Conrad. I’m making a video with two big hits from this album, Sangue Latino and O Vira. Don’t let these tunes cheat you, they are only the most popular tunes and do not preview the full album. Tracks include:

AMG Review

This is the debut album from the group Secos e Molhados. It was a boom from the start, and several tracks became overnight hits throughout Brazil. Ney Matogrosso, the lead singer, took the hearts of Brazilian people with his ambivalent sexual identity, his sopranino voice, and extravagant adornments. It was natural that he departed for a highly successful solo career one year after this release, which has since then been converted in a cult album, until today tenderly regarded and played through Brazil. The members had no connection with Tropicália, which had occurred almost ten years before, but the album is a direct product of that movement. The kaleidoscope of rhythms, from American blues to the Portuguese “vira,” melted in pop renditions with plenty of overdriven guitars and Brazilian percussion, intended to provide a Brazilian-based psychedelic atmosphere on an album full of artistic sincerity.


Ney Matogrosso
Joao Ricardo
(vocal, violao, harmonica)
Gerson Conrad
(vocal, bass)

Track List

01 – Sangue Latino (João Ricardo / Paulinho Mendonça)
02 – O Vira (João Ricardo / Luhli)
03 – O Patrão Nosso de Cada Dia (João Ricardo)
04 – Amor (João Apolinário / João Ricardo)
05 – Primavera nos Dentes (João Apolinário / João Ricardo)
06 – Assim Assado (João Ricardo)
07 – Mulher Barriguda (João Ricardo / Solano Trindade)
08 – El Rey (João Ricardo / Gerson Conrad)
09 – Rosa de Hiroshima (Gerson Conrad / Vinicius de Moraes)
10 – Prece Cósmica (João Ricardo / Cassiano Ricardo)
11 – Rondó do Capitão (João Ricardo / Manuel Bandeira)
12 – As Andorinhas (João Ricardo / Cassiano Ricardo)
13 – Fala (João Ricardo / Luhli)


Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 discos. 


Music Video | Flora Purim – Esquinas featuring Airto Moreira

28 02 2012

Link original: Music Video | Flora Purim – Esquinas featuring Airto Moreira
Publicado em: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 by zecalouro

Luiz Harding video surprises never ends and the Powered by Luiz Harding (c) video of the day is really awesome, Flora Purim and Airto Moreira performing Esquinas (Djavan). The increase lens is provided and please make use of it. The image has CD quality and this video should be seen on full screen. Thanks once again Luiz, Loronix has many Flora Purim fans that will be really thrilled by this video.

Hope uEnjoy!

Video Challenge | Who is singing?

28 02 2012

Link original: Video Challenge | Who is singing?
Publicado em: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! Let’s start today with a Challenge. This is a TV commercial of Vasp Airlines, aired in the mid 70’s and you just need to identify the song and who is singing. I will now assist Loronix engineers, being back in a few.

Hope uEnjoy!


Varios Artistas – Hits da Bossa Nova (1963)

28 02 2012

Link original: Varios Artistas – Hits da Bossa Nova (1963)
Publicado em: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 by zecalouro

This is the first out of five records released by Philips between 1963 and 1964 with the “hits” from the artists of Philips cast. What a cast! Hits da Bossa Nova is probably one of the best compilations I have ever seen. In spite of the nice repertoire selection, Hits da Bossa Nova features tracks never released on regular recordings, providing a guaranteed entertainment for starters and experienced collectors.

If you are new to Bossa Nova, you should take it.

This is Hits da Bossa Nova (1963), for Philips, featuring Tamba Trio, Sylvia Telles, Sonia Delfino, Carlos Lyra, Baden Powell, Lucio Alves and Sergio Mendes. You cannot go wrong with such selection. Tracks include:


Tamba Trio
Sylvia Telles
Sonia Delfino
Carlos Lyra
Baden Powell
Lucio Alves
Sergio Mendes

Track List

01 – Samba de Uma Nota Só – SYLVIA TELLES
02 – Desafinado – TAMBA TRIO
03 – Meditação – SONIA DELFINO
04 – Outra Vez – SERGIO MENDES
05 – Quem Quiser Encontrar o Amor – CARLOS LYRA (never released)
06 – Do Jeito Que a Gente Quer – BADEN POWELL
07 – Samba Triste – LUCIO ALVES
08 – Nós e o Mar – TAMBA TRIO
09 – O Amor e a Rosa – LUCIO ALVES
10 – Improviso Em Bossa Nova – BADEN POWELL
11 – Corcovado – SILVINHA TELLES
12 – Tristeza de Nós Dois – SERGIO MENDES
13 – O Barquinho – SONIA DELFINO
14 – Chora Tua Tristeza – CARLOS LYRA


Este disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.

Elis Regina – “Madalena” (1970) EP

28 02 2012

Link original: Elis Regina – “Madalena” (1970) EP
Publicado em: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 by zecalouro

Last year, I started a series of releases summarizing several Singles, EPs on a single posts. I would never make such think today, Singles and EPs were an essential part of an artist discography until the mid 80’s and we need to approach them such like we do with regular LPs. Once in a while I will make some posts on this size, making really relevant peaks.

Such like this one. I had this EP. I cannot remember how it was gone. However I could get if back on good conditions and it is so good that I want to show it for Loronix friends.

This is Elis Regina – “Madalena” (1970), for Philips as 441.473. This EP includes two tracks that were only released on LP a year later at Ela, Madalena and Falei e disse. Unfortunately, I don’t have Ela, so I cannot guarantee if both tunes were released such like presented here or recorded for Ela. This is “Elis Regina as a Glance”, all tracks are wonderful. Arrangements by Maestro Erlon Chaves e Chico de Moraes. Tracks include:

01 – Madalena (Ivan Lins / Ronaldo Monteiro de Souza)
02 – Fechado Pra Balanço (Gilberto Gil)
03 – Falei E Disse (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
04 – Vou Deitar E Rolar (Paulo César Pinheiro / Baden Powell)


Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Andreas e Martoni, ele hoje está disponível na Rádio Forma e Elenco e no Um que Tenha.

Music Video | Joe Williams and Sarah Vaughan

28 02 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Music Video | Joe Williams and Sarah Vaughan
Publicado em: MONDAY, APRIL 09, 2007


Luiz Harding sent to Loronixers two nice videos of international artists performing Brazilian music. The first video was a surprise, Joe Williams, what a voice, he performs several songs and Travessia, which is one of the most beautiful songs made in Brazil. The second is Sarah Vaughan, accompanied by Piano. Great videos Luiz, will make Loronixers entertained while engineers discuss with zecalouro the next and technically problematic release.

Hope uEnjoy!

Não consegui nenhum dos dois vídeos, por isto a postagem está “com defeito”. Para compensar, consegui um vídeo da Sarah Vaughan cantando “Eu preciso aprender a ser só” que é extraordinário.

Times Square Show – Trilha Sonora do Programa da TV Excelsior – Rio de Janeiro (1964)

28 02 2012

Link original: Times Square Show – Trilha Sonora do Programa da TV Excelsior – Rio de Janeiro (1964)
Publicado em: Monday, April 09, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! This should make the day of several Brazilian friends that had the chance to watch Times Square on TV in the 60’s that was aired by TV Excelsior. I not sure how long Times Square musical, inspired on Brodway shows, keep the pace, but it was probably one of the most successful on the genre in Brazilian TV. This cute record brings the original soundtrack of Times Square and is performed by the same TV artists.

This is Times Square Show – Trilha Sonora do Programa da TV Excelsior – Rio de Janeiro (1964), for RCA Victor, featuring Joao Roberto Kelly as the main performer, Castrinho, Geraldo Barbosa, Marinalva, Ari Leite, Paulo Celestino, Daniel Filho, Dorinha Durval, Grande Otelo, among others. This cover alone makes a perfect invitation of what we have inside, Samba songs by Joao Roberto Kelly performed as vocal duos by the cast. The arrangements are from Alexandre Gnatalli and Jose Menezes. Tracks include:

PersonnelWaldir Maia
Ema D’Ávila
Lilian Fernandes
Annik Malvil
Myriam Persia
Hugo Brando
Geraldo Barbosa
Roberto Guilherme
Hamilton Ferreira
Ari Leite
Jaime Filho
Paulo Celestino
Daniel Filho
Zellia Hoffman
Dorinha Durval
Iza Rodrigues
Grande Otelo
Aizita Nascimento

Track List

01 – Times Square – Abertura (João Roberto Kelly / Meira Guimarães) with: João Roberto Kelly / Orquestra e Coro
02 – Transviados (João Roberto Kelly) with: Waldir Maia / Ema D’ávila
03 – Aeromoças (João Roberto Kelly / Haroldo Barbosa) with: Lilian Fernandes / Annik Malvil / Myriam Persia / Ema D’ávila
04 – Gangsters (João Roberto Kelly / Meira Guimarães) with: Castrinho / Hugo Brando / Geraldo Barbosa / Roberto Guilherme / Annik Malvil
05 – Garotas do Pensionato (João Roberto Kelly / Haroldo Barbosa) with: Marinalva / Myriam Persia / Annik Malvil
06 – Cow-boys (João Roberto Kelly / Haroldo Barbosa) with: Hamilton Ferreira / Ari Leite / Jaime Filho
07 – Pot-pourri:
Samba de Branco (João Roberto Kelly / J. Rui) with: Hamilton Ferreira / Paulo Celestino / Daniel Filho / Waldir Maia
Chá-chá-chá de Cabo Frio (João Roberto Kelly / J. Rui) with: Hamilton Ferreira / Lilian Fernandes
Só Vou de Balanço (João Roberto Kelly) with: Zélia Hoffman / Paulo Celestino
Twist no Samba de Branco (João Roberto Kelly) with: Daniel Filho / Dorinha Durval
Hully-gully do Velhinho (João Roberto Kelly / J. Rui) with: Waldir Maia / Isa Rodrigues
Risoleta (João Roberto Kelly) with: Grande Otelo / Aizita Nascimento
08 – Times Square – Abertura (João Roberto Kelly / Meira Guimarães) with: João Roberto Kelly
09 – Risoleta (João Roberto Kelly) with: João Roberto Kelly
10 – Twist no Samba de Branco (João Roberto Kelly) with: João Roberto Kelly
11 – Cha Cha Cha de Cabo Frio (João Roberto Kelly / J. Rui) with: João Roberto Kelly
12 – Hully Gully do Velhinho (João Roberto Kelly / J. Rui) with: João Roberto Kelly
13 – Samba de Branco (João Roberto Kelly / J. Rui) with: João Roberto Kelly


Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

Elizeth Cardoso – Cancao do Amor Demais (1958)

27 02 2012

Link original: Elizeth Cardoso – Cancao do Amor Demais (1958)
Publicado em: Monday, April 09, 2007 by zecalouro

We started the weekend with the repost of Milton Banana Trio – Balancando com Milton Banana Trio and we are now closing with another repost, by the way, a mandatory repost. This album has a very important role on the history of the music from Brazil and the music that connect our hearts at Loronix, the Bossa Nova.

This is Elizeth Cardoso – Cancao do Amor Demais (1958). Recorded in 1958 by the small label Festa, Cancao do Amor Demais brings 13 compositions of Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes and Joao Gilberto making the first recording of his famous Bossa Nova playing style. Antonio Carlos Jobim is also in charge of arrangements and piano. In spite of being a historical album, Cancao do Amor Demais is delicious to hear, even after 50 years. Elizeth Cardoso is the main performer and this is one of her best records I have heard.

I bought this vinyl a week ago in one of those hard to explain bargains This is not the original edition, but a reissue made by Festa in 1960, two years before. The back cover brings a wonderful hand write liner note by Vinicius de Moraes, included inside the music and so good that I’m making available here if you cannot wait. I hope you support these weekend reposting; I will focus on essentials and the already explained criterion of making it in an excelent quality. Tracks include:


Antonio Carlos Jobim
(arrangements, piano)
Joao Gilberto
Ed Maciel, Gaucho
Irany Pinto
Joao Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Walter Santos

Track List

01 – Chega de Saudade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – As Praias Desertas (Tom Jobim)
04 – Caminho de Pedra (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Luciana (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Janelas Abertas (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – Eu Não Existo Sem Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Outra Vez (Tom Jobim)
09 – Medo de Amar (Vinicius de Moraes)
10 – Estrada Branca (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
11 – Vida Bela (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
12 – Modinha (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
13 – Canção do Amor Demais (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)


Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos. O Zeca cita o texto manuscrito do Vinícius, que segue abaixo. Para ver em tamanho grande, é só clicar (como em todas as imagens aqui do blog …).


Conjunto Brasilia Ritmos – Ritmos do Brasil (1959) featuring Sivuca

27 02 2012

Link original: Conjunto Brasilia Ritmos – Ritmos do Brasil (1959) featuring Sivuca
Publicado em: Monday, April 09, 2007 by zecalouro

I was reluctant to make this post, worried that you might think this is a record for completionists and fans of the lovely guy holding the accordion at the right side, but I learned that several other artists took part on this group. Additionally, the record is good, especially if you are in the mood of a Brazilian regional music with a lot of viola, percussion and accordion, for sure. Let’s see what is the feedback.

This is Conjunto Brasilia Ritmos – Ritmos do Brasil (1959), for Odeon, featuring Sivuca, Waldir Azevedo, Tiao Marinho and others. Little is know about this album and Conjunto Brasilia Ritmos, except a detailed personnel listing, which was gathered from Jornal Musical. If someone has additional information about this project, feel free to write a comment. I have been tracking it down today with no success. Tracks include:


Waldir Azevedo
Jorge Santos
(voice, percussion)
Wilma Valeria
(voice, percussion)
Tiao Marinho
Trio Fluminense

Track List

01 – Para Dançar (Waldir Azevedo)
02 – Fantasia Carioca (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Osvaldo Santiago)
03 – Moreninha (Humberto Teixeira)
04 – Tire a Mão Daí (Cristóvão de Alencar / César Brasil)
05 – Deus Me Perdôe (Lauro Maia / Humberto Teixeira)
06 – Passa Passa Moreninha (Roberto Martins / Mário Lago)
07 – Kalú (Humberto Teixeira)
08 – Fogo-pagô (Humberto Teixeira / Sivuca)
09 – Maracangalha (Dorival Caymmi)
10 – Comprando Barulho (Djalma Mafra / Jorge Tavares)
11 – Baianinha (Humberto Teixeira / Alcyr Pires Vermelho)
12 – Só Uma Louca Não Vê (Lauro Maia / Humberto Teixeira)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Forró tem que ser coladinho.  Note que houve alguma confusão nesta postagem no Loronix. A capa apresentada é do disco Ritmos do Brasil, Volume 1. Notem, porém, que a listagem das faixas apresentada é do disco Ritmos do Brasil, Volume 2, de 1960. O link do Forró tem que ser coladinho vai para o volume 1, cujas faixas são:

1. Vê Se Gostas
(Waldir Azevedo / Otaviano Pitanga)

2. Manjericão
(Humberto Teixeira / Cícero Nunes)

3. Sivuca no Frevo
(Nelson Ferreira)

4. Delicado
(Waldir Azevedo)

5. Na Glória
(Raul de Barros / Ari dos Santos)

6. Eu Não Morro Sem Ver Paris
(Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Roberto Roberti / Arlindo Marques Júnior)

7. É Luxo Só
(Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto)

8. Brasileirinho
(Waldir Azevedo)

9. Mulata Assanhada
(Ataulfo Alves)

10. O Apito no Samba
(Luis Bandeira / Luis Antônio)

11. Sinfonia do Café
(Humberto Teixeira)

12. Copacabana
(João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)

Djalma Ferreira e Seus Milionarios do Ritmo – Depois do Drink (1959)

27 02 2012

Link original: Djalma Ferreira e Seus Milionarios do Ritmo – Depois do Drink (1959)
Publicado em: Sunday, April 08, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I never started that late a night at Loronix. I’m coming from Easter time with my parents. I spend always half an hour driving back from their home and today I took two. The reason was a rainstorm that finally has arrived in Rio, a late rainstorm, supposed to happen on March, but with this crazy world of today just came almost in the middle of April. I was wondering in the car, Jobim would not write Aguas de Marco as he did living in the world today, he would not write “Sao as aguas de Marco fechando o Verao”. The Waters of March did not close summer this year.

Anyway, let’s start with a record that has something unique, personnel listing and a different atmosphere, recorded by the owner of a label that produced coolest covers of the late 50’s, Discos Drink.

This is Djalma Ferreira e Os Seus Milionarios do Ritmo – Depois do Drink (1959), for Discos Drink. Remember Djalma Ferreira, the very famous Brazilian organist from the late 50’s, owner of Drink Nightclub and also responsible for the label Discos Drink. I have most of the LPs released by Djalma Ferreira e Os Seus Milionarios do Ritmo and most of them have a cover that opens showing nice drawings from that time, such like this one with the model Manon Godoy, which I’m sure Refer knows everything about.

As I said before, Personnel is unique, bringing Ed Lincoln, probably making a transition from bass to piano and organ, Waltel Branco, playing guitar and bass and Helcio Milito, drummer of the Mighty Tamba Trio. Depois do Drink has only instrumental tracks with several Hammond B3 shady effects that you will enjoy a lot. tracks include:


Djalma Ferreira
(organ, piano, solovox)
Ed Lincoln
(bass, piano)
Waltel Branco
(guitar, bass)
Helcio Milito

Track List

01 – All The Way (S. Cahn / J. Van Heuser)
02 – Drinkando (Djalma Ferreira)
03 – Anema e Core (D’Expósito / Manllo) — Accarezzame (P. Calvi / Nisa)
04 – Longe dos Olhos (Djalma Ferreira / Cristóvão de Alencar)
05 – An Affair To Remember (Our Love Affair) (H. Adenson / L. McCarey / T. Chandler / H. Warren)
06 – Sweet Georgia Brown (Bernie / Pinkart / Casey)
07 – It’s All Right With Me (Cole Porter)
08 – Suas Mãos (Pernambuco / Antônio Maria)
09 – You’ll Never Know (H. Warren / M. Gordon)
10 – My Funny Valentine (R. Rodgers / L. Hart)
11 – Deep In The Heart Of Texas (D. Swander / J. Hershey) — Oh Suzana (Tradicional / Adpt. S. Foster) — My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean (Tradicional / Adpt. W. Rolfe)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.

Eumir Deodato – Inutil Paisagem (1964)

26 02 2012

Link original: Eumir Deodato – Inutil Paisagem (1964)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 07, 2007 by zecalouro

Several Loronix friends were today at the first Eumir Deodato concert in Sao Paulo after a hiatus of twenty years with no live concerts in Brazil. Unfortunately, I spent a lot of time listening and having fun with Grupo Manifesto and probably everybody is now sleeping home dreaming with the great night they had. Anyway, hope they get surprised tomorrow morning and all Loronix friends have a nice time with this early Eumir Deodato album.

This is Eumir Deodato – Inutil Paisagem (1964), for Forma, a tribute to Antonio Carlos Jobim with Eumir Deodato as arranger, director and pianist with production and artistic direction of Roberto Quartin. Don’t miss the liner notes included with the music, written by Antonio Carlos Jobim, amazed with Eumir Deodato and his talent to write orchestra arrangements with the age of 21 years old. Personnel listing is also of note, featuring Edson Maciel, J.T. Meirelles, Copinha, Roberto Menescal, Luis Marinho, Oscar Castro Neves, among others. Tracks include:


• Eumir Deodato: Piano

• Juquinha: Bateria

• Luis Marinho: Baixo

• Roberto Menescal: Violão

• Oscar Castro Neves: Violão

• Aurino: Sax barítono

• Meirelles: Sax tenor, Flauta

• Orlando: Sax tenor

• Paulo Moura: Sax alto

• Édson Maciel: Trombone

• Copinha: Flauta

• Hamilton: Pistom

• Irany Pinto e Sua Turma: Cordas

• Arranjos e Direção: Eumir Deodato

• Produção e Direção Artística: Roberto Quartin

Track List

01 – Insensatez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
03 – Só Tinha de Ser Com Você (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
04 – O Morro Não Tem Vez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Vivo Sonhando (Tom Jobim)
06 – Ela É Carioca (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – O Amor Em Paz (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – Inútil Paisagem (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
10 – Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
11 – Meditação (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
12 – Samba do Avião (Tom Jobim)


Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos. O texto do Tom Jobim, citado pelo Zeca, vai abaixo (clique para aumentar).

Dick Farney – Penumbra Romance (1971)

26 02 2012

Link original: Dick Farney – Penumbra Romance (1971)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 07, 2007 by zecalouro

I was really happy when I found this album that I had only a copy sent by a friend on MP3s files. Now I can say that I’m a happy owner of the original LP issue on a very good quality, almost not played before. It is also a pleasure to share another Dick Farney album, by the way, one of the greatest albums he made.

Dick Farney has been surprising many Jazz fans around the world that are tuned at Loronix. I have received more than a few emails from friends outside of Brazil sending greetings for discovering Dick Farney. I said it before and I want to say it again, Dick Farney and Lucio Alves where favorites of many renowned artists that emerged from the Bossa Nova age, such as Antonio Carlos Jobim and others. I’m making available a picture found at Rui Castro’s Bossa Nova book of a wallet from a member of the legendary Sinatra-Farney Fan Club, just to give you an idea of how important was Dick Farney.

This is Dick Farney – Penumbra Romance (1971), for London. We can say that Penumbra Romance is between the singer and the pianist, since Dick Farney Trio accompanies Dick Farney, which are Dick Farney (piano), Toninho (drums) and Saba (bass). The song Teresa da Praia has the participation of Lucio Alves as a special guest and worth entire record. Tracks include:

Dick Farney

Track List

01 – Marina (Dorival Caymmi)
02 – Ponto Final (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim)
03 – Não Tem Solução (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle)
04 – Alguém Como Tu (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim)
05 – How About You (B. Lane / R. Freed)
06 – Uma Loira (Hervé Cordovil)
07 – Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
08 – Este Seu Olhar (Tom Jobim)
09 – Tereza da Praia (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) with LUCIO ALVES
10 – Perdido de Amor (Luis Bonfá)
11 – All The Way (S. Cahn / J. V. Heusen)
12 – Barqueiro de São Francisco (Alberto Ribeiro / Alcyr Pires Vermelho)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

Milton Banana Trio – Balancando com Milton Banana Trio (1966)

26 02 2012

Link original: Milton Banana Trio – Balancando com Milton Banana Trio (1966)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 07, 2007 by zecalouro

One of the benefits of Loronix Find It, is the growing interest on Archives, the posts from the past, available since Loronix was opened for friends in May 12th. Another feature that makes people visit these posts is the creation of something I could not find a name better than Realejo, which is this icon you see on your left, a nice feature, clicking on Realejo you will get a random post, a post that comes out of the blue from Realejo. This is another nice feature made available with the help of Pablo, The Magnificent. Thanks Pablo!

Anyway, several friends are now asking for reposts, since some archived records are not with the quality we use to have today and probably were not seen by many friends. I will try to address these requests on weekends and I’m starting with a very early post of a great artist.

This is Milton Banana Trio – Balancando com Milton Banana Trio (1966), for Odeon, self explanatory, Milton Banana is one of the greatest Bossa Nova drummers, just Joao Gilberto favorite and the creator of Bossa Nova drumming style. Tracks include:

PersonnelMilton Banana

Track List

01 – Cidade Vazia (Baden Powell / Luis Fernando Freire)
02 – Barquinho Diferente (Sergio Augusto)
03 – São Salvador (Durval Ferreira / Aglaê)
04 – Amanhã (Walter Santos / Tereza Souza)
05 – Improviso (Cido)
06 – A Resposta (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
07 – Sonho de Um Carnaval (Chico Buarque)
08 – Feitinho Pro Poeta (Baden Powell / Luis Fernando Freire)
09 – Aruanda (Carlos Lyra / Geraldo Vandré)
10 – Tristeza (Haroldo Lobo / Niltinho Tristeza)
11 – Ora Bolas (Ian Guest / Zilmar de Araújo)
12 – Encanto Triste (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

Challenge | Who are these artists?

26 02 2012

Link original: Challenge | Who are these artists?
Publicado em: Saturday, April 07, 2007 by zecalouro

Back with challenges, I want to ask for your help to identify these artists on this post picture. They are all well known to Loronixers.

Challenge, who are these artists?

Hope uEnjoy!

Music Videos | Three Videos with Joao Gilberto and Bebel Gilberto

26 02 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Music Videos | Three Videos with Joao Gilberto and Bebel Gilberto
Publicado em: SATURDAY, APRIL 07, 2007

Hello, Good Evening! I think videos make a good start at Loronix and also give the additional time needed to ours Loronixers finish the work of the day. Today we will have three videos. Daddy. Daughter. Daddy and Doughter. Joao Gilberto and Bebel Gilberto.

Joao Gilberto performs first, Corpo Moreno, followed by Bebel Gilberto with All Around and they finally get back to sing together Diga. Thanks Luiz Harding for Bebel Gilberto video.

Hope uEnjoy!

OBS: “Corpo Moreno” é, de fato, a música “Da cor do pecado” (Bororó). Seguem os vídeos.

Links para o Toque Musical

26 02 2012

Acredito que todos devem estar sabendo que o Toque Musical teve todos os seus arquivos no MediaFire apagados (quem ainda não sabia, pode ler aqui). Com isto, vários dos nossos discos que apontavam para lá ficaram com links quebrados. Acredito que hoje terminei de consertar os links e está tudo funcionando. Porém, caso encontrem algum deles ainda quebrado, favor indicar no post defeituoso através de um comentário.

Obrigado a todos,

Aracy de Almeida e Ismael Silva – Show Samba Pede Passagem (1966)

25 02 2012

Link original: Aracy de Almeira e Ismael Silva – Show Samba Pede Passagem (1966)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 07, 2007 by zecalouro

My apologies to Ismael Silva, MPB-4, Carlos Poyares, Conjunto Samba Autentico, Partido Alto and Sidney Miller with his Grupo Mensagem, but this album is all about Aracy de Almeida, which is a Samba singer considered by Noel Rosa as the best interpreter of his compositions. Aracy de Almeida has a giant discography, mostly 78 RMPs and more than 50 years on recordings. My apologies also to do not make this post earlier, a friend of zecalouro sent this LP to Loronixers and I’m very happy to show it at the quality deserved.

This is Aracy de Almeida e Ismael Silva – Show Samba Pede Passagem (1966), for Polydor, recorded live at Teatro de Arena, Rio de Janeiro, December 1965, directed by Joao das Neves and Armando Costa, Musical Direction by Maestro Lindolfo Gaya and produced by Grupo Opiniao.

It is a shame that Aracy de Almeida is pretty unknown as a singer in Brazil. I don’t know exactly why and when, she made a shift on her career, leaving professional singing for a participation on a Brazilian TV Show, Show de Calouros, presented by Silvio Santos. I remember by the time Aracy de Almeida passed away, Brazilian media did not make a single mention of the great singer she was, but only as the woman of Show de Calouros. That’s why zecalouro is making two videos, the first is Aracy de Almeida performing Nao Me Diga Adeus (1975) and the second one is an excerpt of her participation at Show the Calouros. By the way, Aracy was fantastic on that show and I had a great time when I was a kid watching her. Tracks include:

Aracy de Almeida and Ismael Silva
(main performers)MPB-4

Carlos Poyares

Conjunto Samba Autentico
Edgar Barbosa
Hélio Cabral
João Laurindo

Grupo Mensagem
Sidney Miller
Paulo Thiago
Luis Carlos Sá
Marco Antônio
Sônia Ferreira

Partido Alto
Jorge Zagaia
Leléu da Mangueira

Track List

Available at Memoria Musical. Just follow this link, here.

Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

Neco – Samba e Violao Vol. 2 (1968)

25 02 2012

Link original: Neco – Samba e Violao Vol. 2 (1968)
Publicado em: Friday, April 06, 2007 by zecalouro

I do not have a clue of what zecalouro is planning as the last post and I hope he makes the right choice, at least picking up a nice cover such like this one and the last one with the girl in front of a yellow background. Today seems to be the “beautiful cover” day at Loronix.

When I made available the first record of this wonderful Brazilian guitar player I would never realize that we would make three additional releases, all provided by Caetano Rodrigues, which I say thanks for sharing this rare Neco LPs.

This is Neco – Samba e Violao Vol. 2 (1968), for London. Little is known about this album, the back cover has just the same black and white picture of front cover with track list. What is known is Caetano’s and zecalouro’s opinion, which are both very positive with zeca saying that among the four Neco LPs he have heard, this is the best one. This is a very hard to find and an excellent album; we should thanks Caetano for making it available to our community on a really nice quality. Tracks include:

01 – Andança (Danilo Caymmi / Edmundo Souto / Paulinho Tapajós)
02 – É Preciso Cantar (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
03 – Sabiá (Tom Jobim / Chico Buarque)
04 – Você Passa e Eu Acho Graça (Carlos Imperial / Ataulfo Alves)
05 – Despedida de Mangueira (Benedito Lacerda / Aldo Cabral)
06 – Canção do Amanhecer (Edu Lobo / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – O Cantador (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta)
08 – Sonho de Lugar (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
09 – Helena Helena Helena (Alberto Land)
10 – Implorar (Kid Pepe / Germano Augusto / Gaspar)
11 – Retrato Em Branco e Preto (Tom Jobim / Chico Buarque)
12 – Chorinho A (Neco)


Este disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.

Altamiro Carrilho e Seu Conjunto de Solistas – Boleros em Desfile Nr. 2 (1959)

25 02 2012

Link original: Altamiro Carrilho e Seu Conjunto de Solistas – Boleros em Desfile Nr. 2 (1959)
Publicado em: Friday, April 06, 2007 by zecalouro

As soon as Loronix and Jornal Musical post was released I received some emails of friends asking for Altamiro Carrilho. I made a recommendation to search at Loronix Find It and check for previous releases. They were not happy, crying out for a new release. I learn with Loronix how music fans are really focused on their passion. Anyway, let’s see Altamiro Carrilho on a different genre, bolero.

This is Altamiro Carrilho e Seu Conjunto de Solistas – Boleros em Desfile Nr. 2 (1959), for Copacabana. My apologies for do not have restoration skills to present a better cover image to Loronixers, this cover is so good that worth the whole album. Altamiro Carrilho leads a “Conjunto” and this record is dedicated to a genre that was very famous in Brazil until the 70’s, bolero. I was talking yesterday with Caetano about bolero, very famous in the past and just disappeared today. Caetano said that a party with no bolero tunes was certainly a bad party at that time, since bolero is for dancing, another tradition that we do not see so often. Tracks include:

01 – Hipócrita (Carlos Crespo)
02 – Quien Será (P. B. Ruiz)
03 – Cachito (Consuelo Velasquez)
04 – Que Murmuren (R. Fuentes / R. Cardenas)
05 – Aquellos Ojos Verdes (N. Menendez / A. Utrera)
06 – Frenesi (A. Dominguez)
07 – Perfume de Gardenia (R. Hernandez)
08 – Desamparada (Alfredo Gil)
09 – Camino Verde (Carmelo Larrea)
10 – Jamais Te Esquecerei (Antônio Rago / Juraci Rago)
11 – Nosotros (P. Junco Jr.)
12 – Donde Estará Mi Vida (A. Lopes / Q. Segovia / F. N. Caldera / I. R. Jimenez)


Este disco pode ser buscado no La Playa Music.

Music Video | Ana Mazzotti – Grand Chick

25 02 2012

Link original: Music Video | Ana Mazzotti – Grand Chick
Publicado em: Friday, April 06, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! Starting with a video and making the day of Ana Mazzotti fans and Loronixers. I could never realize I would see Ana Mazzotti on video, this is just heaven. Guess who is behind this Ana Mazzotti video? I can hear everybody yelling the name of Luiz Harding. Thanks Luiz, this is what I call a self-explanatory video.
Hope uEnjoy!

Vale a pena conferir o canal do Toni Mazzotti Santos, com vários outros vídeos da Ana Mazzotti, incluindo outra versão de Grand Chick, que vai abaixo:

Wilson Simonal – Tem Algo Mais (1963)

24 02 2012

Link original: Wilson Simonal – Tem Algo Mais (1963)
Publicado em: Friday, April 06, 2007 by zecalouro

I’m confident someone finds Altamiro Carrilho e Sua Flauta Azul 10-inch as described bellow. It will fantastic to have this album back to Altamiro and Jornal Musical and also a great accomplish to our community. Anyway, once again I do not have arguments to explain why the debut LP of this so adored artist was not released before. This is a great album, different from the later works of Wilson Simonal and you will have a high quality entertainment with it.

This is Wilson Simonal – Tem Algo Mais (1963), for Odeon, Wilson Simonal debut LP, featuring orchestral arrangements by Maestro Lyrio Panicalli. Do not think you will get a groovy samba flavored Wilson Simonal on his debut, this is a nice Bossa Nova album with Wilson Simonal singing smooth, supported by Maestro Lyrio Panicalli. Definitively, the early 60’s was the peak years for Brazilian male singers; several nice works are from this period, such like the early works of Pery Ribeiro and others. Tracks include:

01 – Tudo de Você (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
02 – Amanhecendo (Roberto Menescal / Luis Fernando Freire)
03 – Telefone (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
04 – Saudade (Silvio César)
05 – Samba Cromático (Jair Amorim / Carlos Cruz)
06 – Menina Flor (Luis Bonfá / Maria Helena Toledo)
07 – Lágrima Flor (Billy Blanco)
08 – Balanço Zona Sul (Tito Madi)
09 – Menino Triste (Gracindo Jr. / Rildo Hora)
10 – Meu Comportamento (Chico Feitosa / Marcos de Vasconcellos)
11 – Samba É Verbo (Édson Menezes / Alberto Paz)
12 – Manhã no Posto Seis (Armando Cavalcanti)


Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos.

Loronix e Jornal Musical Solicitam a sua Ajuda!

24 02 2012

Link original: Loronix e Jornal Musical Solicitam a sua Ajuda!
Publicado em: Friday, April 06, 2007 by zecalouro

O Loronix e o Jornal Musical se uniram em desafio que somente pode ser resolvido com a ajuda de nossa comunidade, a busca de uma capa de um dos discos mais raros do Brasil, Altamiro Carrilho – Altamiro Carrilho e Sua Flauta Azul (1957), Continental LPP 44, 10 polegadas. Nem o próprio Altamiro Carrilho tem esse disco, o que faz nossa missão ser das mais difíceis.

Essa busca não está começando agora, ela foi iniciada há alguns meses em colaboração com o blog International Restored LP, um grande amigo do Loronix que faço questão de dar meus parabéns ao IRLP por ter encontrado os fonogramas e disponibilizado para a nossa comunidade,aqui, dessa vez, sem o Rapidshare.

Entretanto, precisamos encontrar a capa e contracapa do disco e essa é a ajuda que estamos solicitando aos Loronixers. Faremos da seguinte forma, o primeiro que enviar uma cópia digitalizada em alta resolução da capa e contracapa do Flauta Azul, receberá do Jornal Musical este CD-ROM da figura que abre esse post, com a discografia dos LPs essenciais da Musica Brasileira, uma das mais completas discografias disponíveis na Internet. Loronix também estará oferecendo um prêmio, o LP Eliana Pittman & Trio 3D – Ao Vivo (1968), Copacabana CLP 11528, autografado pela Eliana Pittman.

Esse é nosso acordo, o primeiro email enviado para com o scan da capa e contracapa desse disco será o grande vencedor. Confiram as figuras para conhecer os prêmios.

Vamos falar um pouco mais sobre o Jornal Musical, ele faz parte do Instituto Memória Musical Brasileira (IMMUB), uma organização sem fins lucrativos, voltada para a pesquisa, preservação e divulgação da Musica Popular Brasileira. O Jornal Musical conta com um banco de dados voltado para a discografia completa da Musica Brasileira e projetos complementares.

Voce pode conhecer o Jornal Musical aqui ( e o IMMUB através desse link (

Obrigado a todos.



Alguns detalhes: 1) O Jornal Musical está incorporado no Instituto Memória Musical e pode hoje ser consultado a partir de ; 2) Como veremos posteriormente, a capa do disco foi encontrada; 3) O disco do Altamiro (com capa e contra capa) estão disponíveis no Baú de Longplaying.

Loronix and Jornal Musical Need Your Help

24 02 2012

Link original: Loronix and Jornal Musical Need Your Help
Publicado em: Friday, April 06, 2007 by zecalouro

Loronix and Jornal Musical are joining forces to ask for your participation on a mission that only a community like Loronix can accomplish: the search for the cover artwork of the first 10-inch recorded by the Brazilian musician Altamiro Carrilho, his first LP, Altamiro Carrilho – Altamirro Carrilho e Sua Flauta Azul (1957), Continental LPP 44, one of the rarest Brazilian records ever, a missing piece even on the personal Altamiro Carrilho collection.

We are not starting the search today, we have been on field for more than a few months in collaboration with International Restored LP blog, which I want to send my regards for finding the music and making it available to Loronix and Jornal Musical. Through the courtesy of International Restored LP, this is the music, no Rapidshare, here.

However, we could not find the cover artwork and this is why we are looking for the help of our community. The first who sends an email to with high quality scans of front and back cover will be receiving a CD-ROM with Jornal Musical Brazilian Discography, one of the most complete Brazilian music discographies available on the web. Loronix will also be giving a LP from the personal zecalouro collection, Eliana Pittman & Trio 3D – Ao Vivo (1968), Copacabana CLP 11528, with an autograph by Eliana Pittman.

This is the deal we have with the Loronix community: the first one who sends an email to zecalouro with front and back cover scans will be receiving both prices available on this post pictures.

Jornal Musical is part of The Brazilian Musical Memory Institute (IMMUB), a non-profit organization, created in 2006, for the express purpose of researching and disseminating Brazilian music, as well as promoting the development of cultural and socio-educational projects within this context. I strongly recommend your visit to Jornal Musical.

Jornal Musical English page is available here (

Hope uEnjoy!


Alguns detalhes: 1) O Jornal Musical está incorporado no Instituto Memória Musical e pode hoje ser consultado a partir de ; 2) Como veremos posteriormente, a capa do disco foi encontrada; 3) O disco do Altamiro (com capa e contra capa) estão disponíveis no Baú de Longplaying.

Music Video | Angela Maria – Adeus, Querido (1956)

24 02 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Music Video | Angela Maria – Adeus, Querido (1956)
Publicado em: THURSDAY, APRIL 05, 2007

Truly amazing video showing Angela Maria performing Adeus, Querido in the 1956 movie Fulizeiro do Amor from the Brazilian comediant Mazzaropi. This is probably the oldest video at Loronix so far, recorded 51 years ago. I was not born there and my mother had 12 years old. Now I understand better why she drop many tears when I send Angela Maria to her. She is her favorite singer. She looks like an angel at this picture. She is Angela Maria

By the way, tomorrow is Pascoa, Easter. I want to share my good feelings to all Loronixers around the world giving my best wishes of a great Easter.

Feliz Pascoa
Happy Easter
Hope uEnjoy!

Samba 5 – Moderninho (1970)

24 02 2012

Link original: Samba 5 – Moderninho (1970)
Publicado em: Thursday, April 05, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I was checking the last five days and without knowing all first posts made were from obscure artists and the hard to find albums. This time I decided to make a test drive with some Loronixers that are also vinyl collectors and none of the friends had seen this group and this album before. Let’s keep the pace and show Loronixers another Marcelo “Sambasonics” Munhoz contribution that probably you never heard about.

This is Samba 5 – Moderninho (1970), for Tropicana. Little is known about Samba 5, probably a quintet that released only this LP for the label Tropicana. Personnel is also unknown and it seems to be recorded by known musicians, the drummer plays very nice and the record was mixed to highlight his work. Thanks for another one, Marcelo. Tracks include:

01 – Wave (Tom Jobim)
02 – Januária (Chico Buarque)
03 – Aos Pés da Cruz (Marino Pinto / Zé da Silva)
04 – Mudando de Conversa (Hermínio Bello de Carvalho / Maurício Tapajós)
05 – Você Passa Eu Acho Graça (Ataulfo Alves / Carlos Imperial)
06 – Keep Talking (Donato / Crystal)
07 – Bom Tempo (Chico Buarque)
08 – Lapinha (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
09 – Pra Machucar Meu Coração (Ary Barroso)
10 – Sá Marina (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)
11 – Roda (Gilberto Gil / João Augusto)
12 – Bye Bye (Carlos Imperial / Jorge Roberto)


Este disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.