Clara Nunes – Guerreira (1978)

31 08 2012

Link original: Clara Nunes – Guerreira (1978)
Publicado em: Saturday, October 06, 2007 by zecalouro

This post is to show my commitment to deliver a unforgettable Samba Saturday tomorrow. Friends like moos and many other Samba enthusiasts are getting disappointed with 3 non-Samba weekends at Loronix and there is nothing more associated with Samba than Clara Nunes. Let’s see.

This is Clara Nunes – Guerreira (1978), for Odeon. We have here a late album by Clara Nunes, featuring a mature artist with total control of his interpretation and beautiful voice. The first track gives the album title and worth the entire record. I’m not knowledgeable on Clara Nunes discography, so I’m taking in consideration my listening experience and this one is so far the most pleasant Clara Nunes I have ever heard. Personnel features a constellation of Brazilian musicians with three Maestros in charge of arrangements, as highlighted on track list. Tracks include:

Personnel

Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Wilson das Neves
(drums)
Luizao
(bass)
Alceu
(cavaquinho)
Pedro Santos, Marcal, Luna, Elizeu, Doutor, Cabelinho, Milton
(percussion)
Helinho, Neco, Ze Menezes
(violao)
Joel
(bandolim)
Jorginho, Jaime Araujo, Mauro Senise, Celso, Copinha
(flute)
Azevedo
(trombone)
Netinho
(clarinet)
Maestro Nelsinho
(trombone)
Dinorah, Euridice, Zinilda, Zelia, Edgardo, Gelson, Roberto, Ronaldo, Evinha, Marizinha, Regna, Jilcara, Eunice
(choir)

Geraldo Vespar
(*)

Ivan Paulo
(**)

Nelsinho
(***)

(arrangements)

Track List

01 – Guerreira (João Nogueira / Paulo César Pinheiro) (*)
02 – Mente (Eduardo Gudin / Paulo Vanzolini) (**)
03 – Candongueiro (Wilson Moreira / Nei Lopes) (**)
04 – Outro Recado (Candeia / Casquinha) (***)
05 – Zambelê (Catoni / Rosa) (*)
06 – Quem Me Ouvir Cantar (Aniceto) (***)
07 – Jogo de Angola (Mauro Duarte / Paulo César Pinheiro) (*)
08 – Ninguém (Paulo César Pinheiro) (*)
09 – Moeda (Romildo / Toninho Nascimento) (**)
10 – Amor Desfeito (Gisa Nogueira) (**)
11 – O Bem e o Mal (Nelson Cavaquinho / Guilherme de Brito) (***)
12 – Tu Que Me Deste o Teu Cuidado (Capiba / Manuel Bandeira) (*)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Varios Artistas – A Musica de Dorival Caymmi (1981)

31 08 2012

Link original: Varios Artistas – A Musica de Dorival Caymmi (1981)
Publicado em: Saturday, October 06, 2007 by zecalouro

I’m a parrot that does not take compilations so much in consideration, being eventually hooked by some exceptions, such like this one issued by Continental as a tribute to Dorival Caymmi music. I think even Dorival Caymmi would like to take this one for a spin. A Musica de Dorival Caymmi features the best of Dorival Caymmi music performed by several artists, with one single exception, 08 – E Doce Morrer no Mar, performed by Dorival Caymmi. The repertoire selection and performers makes the difference here, we have some artists will make you feel the willing of getting more by their solo works. Let’s see.

This is A Musica de Dorival Caymmi (1981), for Continental, featuring various artists performing Dorival Caymmi music, such as: Os Novos Baianos, Aquarius, Osmar Milito, Titulares do Ritmo, Os 3 Morais, Ed Lincoln, among others. The variety of styles having Dorival Caymmi music in common is what makes this compilation unique. Tracks include:

The Performers

Os Novos Baianos
Carlos Jose
Aquarius
Osmar Milito
Grupo Capote
Os Titulares do Ritmo
Severino Araujo e Sua Orquestra Tabajara
Dorival Caymmi
Os 3 Morais
Elizeth Cardoso
Anjos do Inferno
Jamelao
Lucio Alves
Ed Lincoln e Pedrinho Rodrigues

Track List

01 – O Samba da Minha Terra (Dorival Caymmi) – Os Novos Baianos
02 – A Lenda do Abaete (Dorival Caymmi) – Carlos Jose
03 – Saudades da Bahia (Dorival Caymmi) – Aquarius
04 – Oracao a Mae Menininha (Dorival Caymmi) – Osmar Milito
05 – Fiz uma Viagem (Dorival Caymmi) – Grupo Capote
06 – Requebra que eu Dou um Doce (Dorival Caymmi) – Os Titulares do Ritmo
07 – Dora (Dorival Caymmi) – Severino Araujo e Sua Orquestra Tabajara
08 – E Doce Morrer no Mar (Dorival Caymmi / Jorge Amado) – Dorival Caymmi
09 – Historia de Pescadores (Dorival Caymmi) – Os 3 Morais
10 – Nunca Mais (Dorival Caymmi) – Elizeth Cardoso
11 – Vatapa (Dorival Caymmi) – Anjos do Inferno
12 – So Louco (Dorival Caymmi) – Jamelao
13 – Sabado em Copacabana (Dorival Caymmi / Carlinhos Guinle) – Lucio Alves
14 – Eu nao Tenho Onde Morar (Dorival Caymmi) – Ed Lincoln & Pedrinho Rodrigues

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





Music Video | Rosinha de Valença – Medley (1983)

31 08 2012

Link original (só disponível nos feeds RSS): Music Video | Rosinha de Valença – Medley (1983)
Publicado em: Friday, October 05, 2007 by zecalouro

Let’s watch a Rosinha de Valença performance recorded in 1983, kindly sent by Pedro Mendes, reachable at pmend44@hotmail.com for trading his great video collection. According with Pedro, Rosinha de Valença has the accompaniment of Urgo B (bass) and Sergio Bore (percussion).
Hope uEnjoy!
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Acredito que o vídeo seja esse, a seguir.




Saraiva – Sobre o Ritmo das Ondas (1964)

31 08 2012

Link original: Saraiva – Sobre o Ritmo das Ondas (1964)
Publicado em: Friday, October 05, 2007 by zecalouro

We have been with great Brazilian sax players since Loronix beginning, such like Paulo Moura, Moacyr Silva, Zito Righi, Juarez Araujo and many others. However, some others musicians that dedicated his life to this instrument or this family of instrument did not reach our website already. This post comes to show one of these artists that never had a career album made available to our community, although active on recordings or studio sessions. I think that Saraiva is a great start to this series, I could not find much info about him, but he recorded several albums, being this one his first. Let’s see.

This is Saraiva – Sobre o Ritmo das Ondas (1964), for Continental, presented here by a mid-70’s Phonodisk reissue. Saraiva does not keep his playing connected with a given style, delivering Sambas, Boleros and mostly Choros. You will not find Bossa Nova standard tunes at Sobre o Ritmo das Ondas, all tracks are composed by Luiz dos Santos, which is probably the own Saraiva. I think Loronixers will receive Saraiva with enthusiasm; this is a very nice record, released in the Bossa Nova age with a repertoire of Choros, a genre that almost disappeared during the 60’s. Tracks include:

01 – Bodas de Ouro (Luis dos Santos / Alfredo Celso)
02 – Corintiano (Luis dos Santos / Palmeira)
03 – Célio no Baião (Luis dos Santos / Nairson Menezes)
04 – Não Me Toque Assim (Luis dos Santos / Leonel Cruz)
05 – Mulher Fingida (Luis dos Santos / Palmeira)
06 – Galera do Nelson (Luis dos Santos / Teixeira Filho)
07 – Relembrando o Passado (Luis dos Santos / Ivanildo José da Silva)
08 – Selma (Luis dos Santos / Nelson Machado)
09 – É Disso Que Eu Gosto (Luis dos Santos / Milton José)
10 – A Natureza (Luis dos Santos / J. Luna)
11 – Morada Perdida (Luis dos Santos / Waldemar Pimentel)
12 – Foi de Lá Que Eu Vim (Luis dos Santos / Victor Settanni)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Universo das Mensagens e das Músicas e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Update | Cover Restoration Contest

31 08 2012

Link original: Update | Cover Restoration Contest
Publicado em: Friday, October 05, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! We are very close to announce the great winner of our Cover Restoration Contest. Meanwhile, you can visit and rate our fifteen finalists at Loronix Gallery, available here. As soon as our commission finishes the evaluation, the results will be revealed.

Don’t miss the finalists at Loronix Gallery and don’t forget to use the star rating system, you can help the final decision, here.

Hope uEnjoy!





Hareton Salvanini – S.P. / 73 (1973)

30 08 2012

Link original: Hareton Salvanini – S.P. / 73 (1973)
Publicado em: Friday, October 05, 2007 by zecalouro

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I could not believe when I found this album at the R$ 1 (one Real, or US$ .50c) section of an influential vinyl store in Rio de Janeiro. Perhaps a new employee did it by mistake because the eyes of the shop owner went big as a golf ball and his humor changed when I claimed this album by this price. Some sellers at e-bay are listing this piece for more than a US$ 100.

Anyway, this is not the reason that I’m reposting this album, Hareton Salvanini – S.P. / 73 (1973) is really unique and deserves this “remastered” version with updates on cover artwork and also a new ripping, with FLAC files option. Let’s see.

This is Hareton Salvanini – S.P. / 73 (1973), for Continental, featuring the arranger, composer, singer and multi instrumentalist Hareton Salvanini, a pretty unknown artist for Brazil mass audience that recorded some albums in the early 70’s and then changed his career to jingle and soundtrack recording with more than 5,000 works delivered in decades. This album is still fresh after more than 30 years with Hareton Salvanini delivering orchestra, psychodelia, jazz and funk on a very well done melting pot that will make you feel like hearing Prelude by Eumir Deodato. I urge Loronixers to send feedback at comment section to help us understand a little bit more of Hareton Salvanini and his acclaimed S.P. / 73. Tracks include:

Personnel

Rosario de Caria
(flute, piccolo)
Francesco Pezzella
(oboe, English horn)
Eduardo Pecci “Lambari”, Demetrio Santos Lima
(flute, clarinet, sax alto)
Izidoro Longano “Bolao”
(clarinet, sax tenor, flute)
Carlos A. de Alcantara Pereira “Mosquito”
(clarinet, sax tenor, flute)
Silvio Oliani, Francesco Celano
(trompa)
Heraldo do Monte
(guitar, violao, viola 12 cordas)
Mario Casali
(piano, organ, cravo)
Hareton Salvanini
(piano, celeste)
Sebastiao J. Gilberto “Butinao”, Settimo Paioletti, Geraldo Aunieni “Felpudo”, Dorival Auriani “Buda”
(piston)
Severino Gomes da Silva “Biu”, Renato Cauchioli, Arlindo Bonadio, Iran Fortuna
(trombone)
Rubens de Souza Soares “Rubao”
(tumbadoras, percussion)
Antonino de Almeida “Toniquito”
(drums)
Gabriel J. Bahlis
(bass)

Track List

01 – Eu Hoje Acordei Com a Luz do Sol (Airton Salvanini / Haréton Salvanini)
02 – Salamandras (Haréton Salvanini)
03 – Prelúdio Em Si Bemol Menor (Haréton Salvanini)
04 – Viver (Airton Salvanini / Haréton Salvanini)
05 – Só (Haréton Salvanini)
06 – Sem Nome (Airton Salvanini / Haréton Salvanini)
07 – Primitivo (Haréton Salvanini)
08 – Irracional (Airton Salvanini / Haréton Salvanini)
09 – Papa – Mama (Haréton Salvanini)
10 – Imagem (Airton Salvanini / Haréton Salvanini)
11 – Yelris (Haréton Salvanini)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Varios Artistas – Matematica, Zero… Amor, Dez (1958)

30 08 2012

Link original: Varios Artistas – Matematica, Zero… Amor, Dez (1958)
Publicado em: Friday, October 05, 2007 by zecalouro

This album was supposed to be one of the greatest zecalouro’s mother findings ever. Let’s say it still her great finding, but there is a major and unacceptable failure with this album. The vinyl played perfect on side A, however, side B is exactly the same as side A. Columbia made both sides as A by mistake. Such like the missing Joao Gilberto track, I’m now asking for Loronixers help to find the missing side B of this fantastic album. Let’s see, half of it.

This is Matematica, zero… Amor, Dez… (1958), for Columbia, the OST of the Brazilian movie, featuring a constellation at t cast with acting performances of Lyrio Panicali (as Lyrio Panicali e Sua Orquestra), Tito Madi, Lana Bittencourt, Maysa Mattarazo (as Maysa), Sylvio Mazzucca (as Sylvio Mazucca e Sua Orquestra), Sergio Murilo, Carlos Machado, Luiz Claudio and others, almost all the artists we know acting. Unfortunately, only side A is available. Tracks include:

01 – Menina Moça (Luis Antônio) – Tito Madi
02 – Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso) – Lana Bittencourt
03 – Sax Cantabile (Armando Dominguez) – Silvio Mazzuca e Sua Orquestra
04 – Avental da Pastora (Luis Antônio / Amado Regis) – Coro Columbia
05 – Rosa Morena (Dorival Caymmi) – Trigêmeos Vocalistas
06 – Vassourinha (Mathias da Rocha / Joana Batista Ramos) – Lyrio Panicali e Sua Orquestra
07 – On The Button (Nº 5) (J. J. Donnelly / V. L. Mott) – Banda Marcial do Corpo de Fuzileiros Navais
08 – O Milagre da Volta (Fernando César / A. Cavalcanti) – Lana Bittencourt (*)
09 – Apito no Samba (Luis Bandeira) – Lyrio Panicali e Sua Orquestra (*)
10 – Rock de Morte (Nadir Peres / Lyrio Panicali) – Sergio Murilo (*)
11 – The Thunderer (Nº 9) (J. P. Souza / J. J. Donnelly / V. L. Mott) – Banda Marcial do Corpo de Fuzileiros Navais (*)
12 – Chora Pierrot (Luis Antônio) – Alcides Gerardi (*)
13 – Recado (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio) – Luis Cláudio (*)
14 – Marcha dos Fuzileiros Navais (Na Vanguarda) (Luis Cândido da Silveira) – Banda doCorpo de Fuzileiros Navais (*)

(*) at the missing side.

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Como comentado pelo Zeca, apenas o lado A do disco estava disponível. Porém, nosso amigo Leandro do blog The Best of Vinil nos enviou o disco completo, que foi processado pelo amigo Pedro e publicado pelo Milan no Parallel Realities.





Arthur Moreira Lima – Arthur Moreira Lima plays Tangos & Waltzes of Ernesto Nazareth (1982)

30 08 2012

Link original: Arthur Moreira Lima – Arthur Moreira Lima plays Tangos & Waltzes of Ernesto Nazareth (1982)
Publicado em: Thursday, October 04, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! A friend that left his nick with a nice comment sent this album. However, he did not leave and email and I don’t know if he wants to be identified with the alias he uses. He sent a really nice contribution, the third on the new FLAC format, featuring a very important artist that never had a chance to be introduced to our community, the Brazilian pianist Arthur Moreira Lima. Let’s see.

This is Arthur Moreira Lima – Arthur Moreira Lima Plays Tangos & Waltzes of Ernesto Nazareth (1982), for Intersound, recorded September 13-15, 1982, at the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters on the Steinway CD 372 piano. Thanks to the now revealed AdHoc for this info. Arthur Moreira Lima is worldwide acclaimed as one of the best Frederic Chopin interpreters, being also a successful popular music artist. It is hard to write this in English, Arthur Moreira Lima is the kind of guy that everybody would like to meet in the end of the day at Copacanana to drink some beers, a very cool character and also one of the most renowned tricolores (friends who support Fluminense Football Club, a soccer team in Rio de Janeiro).

His works in the field of popular music includes his association with Paulo Moura, Elomar, Heraldo do Monte, Conjunto Epoca de Ouro, Ney Matogrosso, Rafael Rabello and Ernesto Nazareth, which is a very popular Brazilian composed that had a profound influence on the course of Brazilian music, such like Heitor Villa Lobos. I urge Loronixers to send feedback on this anthological record where once again classical music meets popular music. Tracks include:

01 – Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth)
02 – Escorregando (Ernesto Nazareth)
03 – Duvidoso (Ernesto Nazareth)
04 – Eponina (Ernesto Nazareth)
05 – Batuque (Ernesto Nazareth)
06 – Fon-Fon (Ernesto Nazareth)
07 – Confidencias (Ernesto Nazareth)
08 – Famoso (Ernesto Nazareth)
09 – Mercedes (Ernesto Nazareth)
10 – Vem Ca, Branquinha (Ernesto Nazareth)
11 – Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
12 – Brejeiro (Ernesto Nazareth)
13 – Bambino (Ernesto Nazareth)
14 – Sarambeque (Ernesto Nazareth)
15 – Carioca (Ernesto Nazareth)

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





Cristina Buarque – Cristina (1974)

30 08 2012

Link original: Cristina Buarque – Cristina (1974)
Publicado em: Thursday, October 04, 2007 by zecalouro

Since we made a Cristina Buarque EP some weeks ago, friends got excited to hear the whole LP where that EP tracks were taken. I’m glad to find it on a very good condition in the beginning of this week, and I’m amazed with this album and with the delicate voice and Cristina Buarque interpretation. Cristina Buarque delivers a very solid album, above the average for a debut LP. Let’s see.

This is Cristina Buarque – Cristina (1973), for RCA Victor. Justin Thyme will be pleased with another RCA Victor studios Samba album. Cristina performs a repertoire of Sambas with some beautiful forgotten selections from Samba legends from the past, such like Noel Rosa and Lupscinio Rodrigues, along with Samba composers from the 70’s, with highlights to Dona Ivone Lara, Paulinho da Viola, Nelson Cavaquinho and others. Cesar Camargo Mariano delivers arrangements and piano playing and some tracks and Cristina Buarque as the accompaniment of a constellation of Brazilian musicians, such as Cartola playing violao on track 02 – Ao Amanhecer. Inside the music, you will find detailed information on each song composers and musicians. Tracks include:

Personnel

Cesar Camargo Mariano
(arrangements, piano)
Paulinho da Viola
(cavaquinho, percussion)
Cesar Faria
(violao)
Marcal, Eliseu, Luna, Jorginho, Henriquinho
(rhythm section)
Cartola
(violao)
Cristovao Bastos
(piano)
Claudio Bertrami
(bass)
Felpudo
(piston)
Nelson Cavaquinho
(violao)
Marcal
(matchbox)
Bolao
(clarinet)
Ze Luiz
(violao)
Conjunto Epoca de Ouro

Track List

01 – Quantas Lágrimas (Manacéa)
02 – Ao Amanhecer (Cartola)
03 – Tatuagem (Chico Buarque / Ruy Guerra)
04 – Nuvem Que Passou (Noel Rosa)
05 – Cara Limpa (Paulo Vanzolini)
06 – Isto Eu Não Faço (Tom Jobim)
07 – Confesso (Dona Ivone Lara)
08 – Nome Sagrado (Nelson Cavaquinho / José Ribeiro / José Alcides)
09 – Eu Não Sou de Reclamar (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
10 – Comprimido (Paulinho da Viola)
11 – Cem Por Cento (Vinicius de Moraes)
12 – Amor de Malandro (Ismael Silva / Francisco Alves)
13 – Agradeço a Deus (Dona Ivone Lara / Mano Décio da Viola)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Joao Gilberto – Cantando as Musicas de Orfeu do Carnaval | EP 45rpm (1959) now complete

29 08 2012

Link original: Joao Gilberto – Cantando as Musicas de Orfeu do Carnaval | EP 45rpm (1959) now complete
Publicado em: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 by zecalouro

Update:I was loosing my hope to have this album with the four tracks; I’m always underestimating the strength of our community. Galego, which is a brand new friend of Loronix, sent it to us a few minutes ago in a very nice quality. This is the reason for making it again, once again, direct link to music, no Rapidshare.I would like to thanks Galego for providing 04 – Frevo, the missing track. This post was a blockbuster with more than 700 downloads so far.A Loronixer sent this album to us in the end of 2006 and did not identify himself. Since then, I have been searching for a missing track 04 – Frevo (Antonio Carlos Jobim). I decided today to do not wait anymore and I’m asking the help of our community to find this missing track and complete this little record. This is the reason why download is been provided as a direct link, no Rapidshare.

This is Joao Gilberto – Cantando as Musicas de Orfeu do Carnaval | 45rpm (1959), for Odeon, featuring songs taken from Black Orpheus original song track. While friends are searching for the missing track, it is a good idea to listen to Joao Gilberto performing the three ones available. Tracks include:

01 – A Felicidade (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Manha de Carnaval (Luiz Bonfa / Antonio Maria)
03 – O Nosso Amor (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Frevo (Antonio Carlos Jobim)

This is Joao Gilberto – Cantando as Musicas de Orfeu do Carnaval | 45rpm (1959), at Loronix.  Hope uEnjoy!

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




Os Romanticos – Bossa Nova

29 08 2012

Link original: Os Romanticos – Bossa Nova
Publicado em: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 by zecalouro

I think we are entering on a phase where everybody is excited to know not credited artists behind Bossa Nova albums. Caetano Rodrigues comes to bring another contribution to our community. Caetano comes with a challenge, delivering an album that I could not gather any info about. Let’s see.

This is Os Romanticos – Bossa Nova (no date), for unknown label. I’m not sure if Caetano Rodrigues knows the Brazilian label that issues Os Romanticos, otherwise, this should be the first album released at Loronix with a non-identified label. Anyway, the mystery is not finished; we don’t know who is Os Romanticos, musicians and release date. The album features soft instrumental Bossa Nova renditions performed with percussion, bass, guitar, accordion and violin. Caetano urges Loronixers to get more information about Os Romanticos – Bossa Nova. Tracks include:

01 – Lindos Olhos Azuis
02 – Preciso dar um Jeito
03 – Chega de Sofrer
04 – Depois do Carnaval
05 – Historia
06 – Corcovado
07 – O Amor em Paz
08 – De Mais Amor
09 – Menino Desce Dai
10 – Samba em Preludio
11 – Deixa a Nega Gingar
12 – Que Saudade

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni. Ele é um relançamento do disco “Trio Surdina em Bossa Nova”, já publicado aqui. Os músicos são Waltel Branco (guitar), Chiquinho do Acordeom (accordion) e Patane (violin).





Les 4 Cadillacs – Les 4 Cadillacs (1963)

29 08 2012

Link original: Les 4 Cadillacs – Les 4 Cadillacs (1963)
Publicado em: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Let’s start today with a group that started as “trial” and now is a real mania among Loronixers, I’m talking about Les 4 Cadillacs, another nice creation of Musidisc owner Nilo Sergio. We have already three Les 4 Cadillacs albums available at Loronix, and this one is perhaps the best one, being also the most popular, perhaps by the cover showing these four Cadillacs. Let’s see.

This is Les 4 Cadillacs – Les 4 Cadillacs (1963), for Musidisc. We have a major change on our Les 4 Cadillacs sequel, in addition to the band leader, the legendary Ed Lincoln at the piano, vinylmaniac provided a couple of days ago the identification of the three other Cadillacs, thanks vinylmaniac! They are: Durval Ferreira (guitar), Luis Marinho (bass) and Wilson das Neves (drums). This is an awesome revelation. Tracks include:

Personnel

Ed Lincoln
(piano)
Durval Ferreira
(guitar)
Luis Marinho
(bass)
Wilson das Neves
(drums)

Track List

01 – Buenas Noches Mi Amor (H. Giraud / M. Fontenoy)
02 – Mondo Cane (More) (N. Oliviero / R. Ortolani / N. Ciorciolini)
03 – Legata Ad Un Granello Di Sabbia (N. Fidenco / F. D. Marchetti)
04 – Autumn In Rome (A. C. Cicognini / P. Weston / S. Cahn)
05 – Dearly Beloved (J. Kern)
06 – Canto o Fado (João Nobre)
07 – Soy Un Extraño (Gonzalo Curiel)
08 – Na Madrugada (Nilo Sergio)
09 – I Left My Heart In San Francisco (Cross / Cory)
10 – Scusame (Malgoni / Perone)
11 – Call Me Irresponsible (J. V. Heusen / S. Cahn)
12 – Rome Adventur (Hugo / Luigi / Weiss)

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





Banda da Policia Militar de Minas Gerais – Villa Lobos, Na Musica de Banda (1963)

28 08 2012

Link original: Banda da Policia Militar de Minas Gerais – Villa Lobos, Na Musica de Banda (1963)
Publicado em: Wednesday, October 03, 2007 by zecalouro

The Brazilian state of Minas Gerais has taken the spotlight today. Minas is the home of many Loronixers, being the third Brazilian state driving traffic to Loronix. Once again we are making the bridge between popular music and classic music, delivering the second album by the label Caravelle, featuring a military band performing Heitor Villa Lobos. Sounds great. Let’s see.

This is Banda da Policia Militar de Minas Gerais – Villa Lobos, Na Musica de Banda (1963), for Caravelle. I never saw something like this, an album featuring a military band performing Villa Lobos. A military band consists of wind and percussion instruments and personnel are made of military, which are also musicians. The conductor of a band is also a military, but in this opportunity, we have a civilian, Maestro Sebastiao Vianna as Bandleader. Banda da Policia Militar de Minas Gerais is still active and I hope they get really happy to see their album at Loronix. Tracks include:

01 – Canto do Paje
02 – A Canoa Virou
03 – Na Bahia Tem
04 – O Ciranda, O Cirandinha
05 – Vem ca o Siriri
06 – Terezinha de Jesus
07 – Nesta Rua
08 – Constancia
09 – La na Ponte da Vinhaca
10 – Entrei na Roda
11 – Brasil Novo
12 – Desfile aos Herois do Brasil
13 – Cancao da Imprensa
14 – Pro Pax

(*) Tracks 02 to 10 are my favorites, Villa Lobos renditions to popular cantigas de roda.

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Amilcar e Fulano Sicrano, ele pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.





Antonino Pellicciari (Maestro Aecio Flavio) e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963)

28 08 2012

Link original (só disponível nos feeds RSS): Antonino Pellicciari (Maestro Aecio Flavio) e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963)
Publicado em: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Let’s start today showing an album released by this tiny, but legendary and influential label Paladium, a favorite of 10 among 10 serious Bossa Nova collectors. Palladium was the first recording label established in the state of Minas Gerais, working close with Minas Gerais artists at the beginning of their career. However, these artists are not credited on Paladium albums with their real artistic names, such as this album, a very early recording by an obscure Antonino Pellicciari, which is in fact the renowned Maestro Aecio Flavio.These findings are being revealed by our friend vinylmaniac at CBox and several Paladium collectors, such like Marcelo “Sambassonic” Munhoz cannot wait to hear the next finding by vinylmaniac. This is the reason why I’m posting this album in the Para Dancar style, how could I know that Antonino Pellicciari was Maestro Aecio Flavio nickname. Let’s see.

This is Antonino Pellicciari e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963), for Paladium, featuring Maestro Aecio Flavio as Antonino Pellicciari. This album was one of the first ones released by Paladium, directed by Maestro Edmundo Peruzzi, which will be the next Paladium release at Loronix. Tracks include:

01 – Samba da Madrugada (Dora Lopes / Carminha Mascarenhas / Herotides)
02 – Bom Dia Café (Victor Simon)
03 – Bambolê (Victor Simon)
04 – Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
05 – Ôba (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia)
06 – Bahia Feliz (Vicente Paiva / Jairo Argileo)
07 – Trovador de Toledo (Gilberto Becaud)
08 – Cubanacan (Moisés Simons / Sauvat / Chamfleury)
09 – Stela By Starlight (V. Young / N. Washington)
10 – Please (L. Robin / R. Rainger)
11 – Berioska (Adpt. Antoninho Pellicciari)
12 – Diane (E. Rapee / L. Pollack) Charmaine (E. Rapee / L. Pollack)

This is Antonino Pellicciari e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963), at Loronix.  Hope uEnjoy!

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Esse disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni. Ele também foi publicado no Toque Musical, onde o nosso amigo Augusto afirma que Antoninho Pellicciari é, de fato, o maestro Edmundo Peruzzi.




Zezinho e Seu Conjunto – Zezinho e Seu Sombalanco (1965)

27 08 2012

Link original: Zezinho e Seu Conjunto – Zezinho e Seu Sombalanco (1965)
Publicado em: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 by zecalouro

Here we go on another record kindly sent by tcisalpino, which is so far our consistent FLAC contributor. tcisalpino makes something different, instead of a reposting he brings a LP never released before at Loronix, a nice and very solid album. Let’s see.

This is Zezinho e Seu Conjunto – Zezinho e Seu Sombalanco (1965), for Chantecler. First thing, a few other artists with the name “Zezinho” exist, this Zezinho should not be taken as Zezinho from Zezinho e Os Copacabanas or Zezinho, the bass player. Jose Batista da Silva Junior (Zezinho) is a pianist and arranger, being an active musician since the 50’s. He recorded four albums for Chantecler, being this one his debut LP. Zezinho plays piano and makes arrangements for Zezinho e Seu Sambalanco delivering above the average instrumental renditions to Bossa Nova standards and some unknown tunes. Strongly recommended. Tracks include:

Personnel

Zezinho
(piano, arrangements)
Lula
(piston)
Sehittino
(sax tenor)
Ditinho
(trombone)
Cacau
(guitar)
Gerson
(bass at The Blues Walk and Abre Ala)
Capacete
(bass)
Jurandir
(drums)
Turquinho, Nascimento, Carlinhos, Lourinho
(rhythm section)

Track List

01 – Não Me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luis Soberano / João Correia da Silva)
02 – Pra Seu Governo (Haroldo Lobo / Milton de Oliveira)
03 – Rosinha no Balanço (Felippe Tedesco / Mário Gennari Filho)
04 – Xiborena (Tabú / Fernando Marcel)
05 – Melancolia (Denis Brean)
06 – Abre Ala (B. Lobo / Inha / Belém)
07 – The Blues Walk (C. Brown)
08 – O Balanço da Menina (Jucata)
09 – Samba de Verão (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
10 – Garota Moderna (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
11 – Sambou Sambou (João Mello / João Donato)
12 – Arrastão (Edu Lobo / Vinicius de Moraes)

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Andreas e Martoni, ele pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco.





Delano (also known as Geraldo Vespar) | Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio – Bronzes & Cristais (1963)

27 08 2012

Link original: Delano (also known as Geraldo Vespar) | Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio – Bronzes & Cristais (1963)
Publicado em: Monday, October 01, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Let’s start this Monday with another album sponsored by zecalouro’s mother, which is gradually becoming a great finder. Mon has been delivering solid records, presenting this time an artist and an orchestra never released before at Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Delano | Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio – Bronzes & Cristais (1963), for Copacanana, featuring the Brazilian guitarist Delano backed by Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio with arrangements by Maestro Guerra Peixe and Pachequinho. I never heard about Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio, however, my searches results in two additional albums, each one with a different main performer, such as this one with Delano. The others are Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio em Hollywood featuring Ronnie Will and Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio em Hollywood Vol. 2, featuring Chaim Lewak, the legendary pianist. Maestros Guerra Peixe and Pachequinho deliver nice orchestra arrangements to back Delano guitar. Remaining personnel is not credited. Tracks include:

01 – Bronzes e Cristais (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Nazareno de Brito)
02 – Et Maintenant (E Agora) (Gilbert Bécaud / P. Delanoe)
03 – It Happened In Athenas (M. Hadjidakis / C. Haldeman)
04 – Swedish Rhapsody (C. Wildman)
05 – Georgia On My Mind (H. Carmichael)
06 – Come September (Quando Setembro Vier) (B. Darin)
07 – Balada do Amor Sublime (Luis Vieira)
08 – Autumn Love Song (Canção de Outono) (Vaughn / Wood)
09 – Tema de Meia-noite (Nazareno de Brito)
10 – The Bird Man (E. Bernstein / M. David)
11 – A Mesma Rosa Amarela (Capiba / Carlos Penna Filho)
12 – Stranger On The Shore (A. Bilk / R. Mellin)

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Eliane e Martoni, ele pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco.





Ze Maria e Seu Orgao – Tudo Azul (1962) with JORGE BEN

26 08 2012

Link original: Ze Maria e Seu Orgao – Tudo Azul (1962) with JORGE BEN
Publicado em: Sunday, September 30, 2007 by zecalouro

This is the greatest Mon’s finding ever, a pretty unknown reissue of the anthological Ze Maria album Tudo Azul, featuring vocals by Jorge Ben. This album was already available at Loronix with the blue cover of the first issue (available in your left), but the vinyl conversion was not so well done and probably several friends did not notice its availability and the importance of this record. Let’s see.

This is Ze Maria e Seu Orgao – Tudo Azul (1962), for Continental, upgraded by Disco Lar 1969 reissue. In spite of being an above the average instrumental organ album, including some tracks of true Samba Jazz style, Tudo Azul has one of the first participations of Jorge Ben on recordings, delivering vocals at 02 – Por Causa de Voce Menina and 07 – Mas que Nada. Jorge Ben was pretty unknown by this time and he got a contract with Philips just before this participation on Ze Maria’s album. I think Bossa Nova collectors will be amazed with this release, just like Caetano Rodrigues was today when I spoke about it. Tracks include:

01 – Tudo Azul (João de Barro / Alcyr Pires Vermelho)
02 – Por Causa de Você Menina (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”) with JORGE BEN
03 – Samba do Avião (Tom Jobim)
04 – Japoninho (Orlann Divo / Roberto Jorge)
05 – Só Danço Samba (Vinicius de Moraes / Tom Jobim)
06 – João Sem Vintém (Zé Maria)
07 – Mas Que Nada (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”) with JORGE BEN
08 – Influência do Jazz (Carlos Lyra)
09 – A Vida do Negro (Orlann Divo / Amaury Tristão)
10 – Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
11 – Deixa Eu Ficar (Esther Delamare)
12 – Gostoso É Sambar (João Mello)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.





Cover Restoration Contest

26 08 2012

Link original: Cover Restoration Contest
Publicado em: Sunday, September 30, 2007 by zecalouro

This cover really needs an advanced restoration, that’s why I’m launching this small contest to select the best restoration. Everybody can engage to win a one-month Rapidshare account. The winner will be the one who delivers the best restoration. We will be closing submissions next Wednesday, 4th, October at 11pm. Just send me an email with the restored cover at zecalouro@gmail.com.

A link with a high quality scan is being provided to participants, here. (direct link)

Get the chance!

Hope uEnjoy!





Carmen Miranda – A Pequena Notavel (no date)

26 08 2012

Link original: Carmen Miranda – A Pequena Notavel (no date)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 30, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Nice Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, a perfect weather with the sun between clouds. I had a really pleasant day with Mon, Daddy, Brothers and my other birds, Juca, Juliana, Lila, Julinha. Anyway, perfect day. Among Mom contributions, I found this one, an album that I did not know the existence that fits perfect to address a demand of many Loronixers for Carmen Miranda. Let’s see.

This is Carmen Miranda – A Pequena Notavel (no date), for MIS. Although a true Brazilian popular music legend, I never found a record featuring Carmen Miranda with this kind of detail. There are several compilations available, but they are always assembled with no criterion, additional information and chronological standpoint. This one is different, released under a careful research by MIS and features Carmem Miranda backed by Pixinguinha, Benedito Lacerda, Simon Boutman, Conjunto Odeon, Barbosa Junior, Luperce Miranda and others. The recordings were taken from the years of Carmen Miranda in Brazil before she made her move to the US, with the exception of track 11 – Disseram que Voltei Americanizada. If you are among the group of many friends waiting for Carmen Miranda, the waiting is over. Tracks include:

01 – Cachorro Vira-lata (Alberto Ribeiro) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional de Benedito Lacerda (1937)
02 – Camisa Listrada (Assis Valente) – Featuring: Grupo da Odeon (1937)
03 – Eu Dei (Ary Barroso) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional (1937)
04 – Quem É (Custódio Mesquita / Juraci Camargo) – Featuring: Barbosa Júnior e Grupo da Odeon (1937)
05 – Deixa Falar (Nelson Petersen) – Featuring: Ary Barroso (introdução falada) e Orquestra Odeon (1938)
06 – Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso) – Featuring: Orquestra Odeon (Reg. Simon Bountman) (no date)
07 – Me Dá Me Dá (Portello Juno / Cícero Nunes) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional de Benedito Lacerda (1937)
08 – Como “Vaes” Você (Ary Barroso) – Featuring Conjunto Regional de Pixinguinha e Luperce Miranda (1936)
09 – E o Mundo Não Se Acabou (Assis Valente) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional (1938)
10 – Na Bahia (Herivelto Martins / Humberto Porto) – Featuring: Trio Dalva de Oliveira e Conjunto Regional (1938)
11 – Disseram Que Voltei Americanizada (Vicente Paiva / Luis Peixoto) – Featuring: Conjunto Odeon (1940)
12 – No Tabuleiro da Baiana (Luis Barbosa) – Featuring: Luperce Miranda e Seu Conjunto (1936)
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Esse disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Toninho Horta – Diamond Land (1989)

25 08 2012

Link original: Toninho Horta – Diamond Land (1989)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 30, 2007 by zecalouro

Here we have an artist that everybody asks for an album at Loronix. It took a long time until we have the necessary to make available one of his works, but the long waiting really worth, this is one of the best albums recorded by Toninho Horta and it is amazing that Diamond Land never had a CD issue, being out of print on “CD era”, at least the far as I could search.

This is Toninho Horta – Diamond Land (1989), for Philips, featuring a true legend of the Brazilian guitar, Toninho Horta, backed by several renowned musicians, including the acclaimed Wayne Shorter. It’s very hard to describe Toninho Horta, so I’m taking the liner notes of Diamond Land, written by Pat Metheny. I could never make better. Tracks include:

“Musicians everywhere love Toninho Horta’s songs. Through his work with Milton Nascimento, his own recordings and the cover versions of his tunes that have appeared on various albums throughout the past decade or so, Toninho has emerged as one of the most harmonically sophisticated and melodically satisfying Brazilian composers of recent times.

Somehow, he writes chord progressions that defy gravity, moving up when you think they’re going down. His melodies stay with you for days; you’re sure you’ve heard them before, but they are brand new. And as an arranger, he’s a master. (Not just with his own music either – check out what he does here with “Diamond Land”). As a guitarist, he’s one of the world’s great “compers” on viola. (That’s a nylon-string guitar to us gringos). He plays such great voicings with such a cool time feel… (I’ve often described him to other musicians as the Herbie Hancock of Bossa Nova guitarists). His love of jazz guitar playing is well represented here, as is his excellent singing.

In short, Toninho Horta is an incredible musician, the rare guitarist who understand harmony in its most intimate ways and – above all – one of the finest and gentlest people I’ve ever had the good fortune of knowing. This record, DIAMOND LAND, is a great addition to Toninho’s ongoing work, and will also serve as an excellent introduction to those listeners not yet familiar with his music.”

-Pat Metheny

Personnel

Marcio Mallard, Jacques Morelenbaum
(cello)
Armando Marcal
(percussion)
Marcio Montarroyos
(trumpet, flugelhorn)
Nivaldo Ornelas, Mauro Senise, Carlos Watkins
(sax)
Giancarlo Pareschi
(spalla)
Arlindo Penteado, Frederick Stephany
(viola)
Jose de Aguiar Ribeiro
(cymbals)
Robertinho Silva
(percussion, drums)
Ronaldo, Wanderley Silva, Laudir de Oliveira
(percussion)
Victor Santos, Robertinho Brant, Ricardo Villas, Paula Morelenbaum, Andrea Daltro, Quique Azambuja, Maria Fattoruso, Silvana Matta, Nelson Angelo, Bepa Nobile, Joyce
(vocals)
Flavio Venturini
(synthesizer, vocals)
Alfredo Vidal
(violin)
Arthur Maia, Iuri Popoff, Nico Assumpcao, Jamil Joanes
(bass)
Felipe Doyle
(horn)
Paulo Guimaraes
(flute)
KenwoodDennard, Teo Lima
(drums)
Helvius Vilela
(synthesizer)
Jim Beard
(keyboards)
Hugo Fatturuso
(synthesizer, vocal)
Toninho Horta
(synthesizer, vocal, guitar, violao, arrangements)
Wayne Shorter
(sax)

Track List

01 – Mountain Flight (Toninho Horta)
02 – Ballad For Zawinul (Iuri Popoff)
03 – Raul (Toninho Horta)
04 – Girassol (Lô Borges / Márcio Borges)
05 – Luisa (Toninho Horta)
06 – From The Lonely Afternoous (Milton Nascimento / Fernando Brant)
07 – Pilar (Toninho Horta)
08 – Waiting For Ângela (Toninho Horta)
09 – Diamond Land (Diamantina) (Juarez Moreira)
10 – Beijo Partido (Broken Kiss) (Toninho Horta) with Joyce

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Waldir Calmon e Seu Conjunto – Cha Dancante (1956)

25 08 2012

Link original: Waldir Calmon e Seu Conjunto – Cha Dancante (1956)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 30, 2007 by zecalouro

This is the second 10-inch of the night, featuring Waldir Calmon, a true legend and perhaps the most important Brazilian artist in the Para Dancar style. Waldir Calmon plays with different genres and this album is dedicated to Caribbean music, full of percussion and really dancing. Let’s see.

This is Waldir Calmon e Seu Conjunto – Cha Dancante (1956), for Copacabana, the first out of a series “Cha Dancante” albums. Waldir Calmon is backed by Conjunto, with no credits to musicians. Side A is made for dance, with a non-stop medley of five songs while side B features 4 tunes with tracks separation. Tracks include:

01 – Aimer Comme Je T’aime (Giraud / R. Lucchesi) Hold My Hand (J. Lawrence / R. Myers) Luna Rossa (A. Avian / V. de Crescenzo) Amendoim Torradinho (Henrique Beltrão) Samba do Perroquet (Djalma Ferreira)
02 – Caribbean Moon (T. Beaulieu / D. Love)
03 – Love Me Or Leave Me (W. Donaldson / G. Kahn)
04 – Blem Blem Blem (Eddie Mandarino)
05 – Hernando’s Hideaway (Adler / Ross)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities. Note que a versão lá disponível tem mais 4 faixas, portanto deve ser um lançamento posterior do disco, provavelmente em 12”. A capa da outra versão segue abaixo.





Leal Brito – Um Piano Dentro da Noite (1953)

25 08 2012

Link original: Leal Brito – Um Piano Dentro da Noite (1953)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 30, 2007 by zecalouro

I think we will not go wrong making two albums in the 10-inch format in a row, starting with a very old album that I had the chance to take in opposite conditions, a perfect cover, just as it was released in 1953 and a really scratch media that I had to put some effort to make it ready. Let’s see this first.

This is Leal Brito – Um Piano Dentro da Noite (1953), for Musidisc. There is something with this cover that makes me feel afraid of it, but it is a nice work made 54 years ago. This cover also brings something really common in the 50’s, no credits to main performer, which is only credited at the back cover. Um Piano Dentro da Noite is a piano solo album, performed by Leal Brito, also known as Britinho, a very active musician in the 50’s. Tracks include:

01 – Cabelos Brancos (Marino Pinto / Herivelto Martins) Tu (Ary Barroso) Feitiço da Vila (Noel Rosa / Vadico)
02 – Oracion Caribe (Agustin Lara) India (José Asunción Flores / Manuel Ortiz Guerrero) Usted (Gabriel Ruiz / J. A. Zorilla)
03 – Dia de Sol (Leal Brito “Britinho”) Casinha da Colina (Tradicional) Nova Ilusão (José Menezes / Luis Bittencourt)
04 – Nem Eu (Dorival Caymmi) Sertaneja (René Bittencourt) Três Apitos (Noel Rosa)
05 – Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago) Alguém Como Tu (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim) Maringá (Joubert de Carvalho)
06 – Seu Eu Morresse Amanhã (Antônio Maria) Foi Ela (Ary Barroso) Menino Grande (Antônio Maria)
07 – Não Troquemos de Mal (Rubens Leal Brito / Jorge Faraj) Chá Para Dois (V. Youmans / Irving Caesar) Auf Wiedersehen (E. Storch)
08 – Na Madrugada (Nilo Sergio) Mulher Rendeira (Tradicional / Adpt. Nilo Sergio) No Rancho Fundo (Ary Barroso / Lamartine Babo)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha. Uma nova versão dele foi publicada no Parallel Realities.





Clara Sverner & Paulo Moura – Vou Vivendo (1986)

25 08 2012

Link original: Clara Sverner & Paulo Moura – Vou Vivendo (1986)
Publicado em: Saturday, September 29, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Let’s start this Saturday with another classy contribution by cvllos, featuring Clara Sverner and Paulo Moura. It was very wise of cvllos to send this one for the weekend. It’s cold in Rio de Janeiro and this album is a perfect match, at least with my mood today. Let’s see.

This is Clara Sverner & Paulo Moura – Vou Vivendo (1986), for EMI Odeon, featuring the classic piano of Clara Sverner and the acclaimed sax player Paulo Moura performing Pixinguinha, Radames Gnattali, Chiquinha Gonzaga and Ronaldo Miranda. This is a live recording of a concert at Escola Nacional de Música, Salao Leopoldo Miguez in Rio de Janeiro. A music video by Pedro Mendes is also available with Clara Sverner and Paulo Moura performing at Sala Funarte Sidney Miller in 1983. Tracks include:

01 – Vou Vivendo (Pixinguinha / Benedito Lacerda)
02 – Lamento (Pixinguinha / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – Ingênuo (Benedito Lacerda / Pixinguinha)
04 – Atraente (Chiquinha Gonzaga)
05 – Amapá (Chiquinha Gonzaga)
06 – Io T’amo (Chiquinha Gonzaga)
07 – Monotonia (Radamés Gnattali)
08 – Samba-canção (Radamés Gnattali)
09 – Devaneio (Radamés Gnattali)
10 – Fantasia (Ronaldo Miranda)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Abracadabra e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni. Quanto ao video, achei o abaixo, que tem mais de 40 minutos de uma apresentação dos dois em 1983:

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Na sequencia, o vídeo do Pedro Mendes, que deve ser o que o Zeca tinha referenciado, mas tem apenas 6 minutos da apresentação:





Lucio Alves – Lucio Alves, Sua Voz Intima, Sua Bossa Nova, Interpretando Sambas em 3-D (1959)

24 08 2012

LInk original: Lucio Alves – Lucio Alves, Sua Voz Intima, Sua Bossa Nova, Interpretando Sambas em 3-D (1959)
Publicado em: Friday, September 28, 2007 by zecalouro

Someone should tell tcisalpino that I don’t have 20 years. It is dangerous, especially with a favorite of us, Lucio Alves. That’s what tcisalpino delivers today, a major update on a very hard to find original vinyl issue. Additionally, I’m delivering a video, with 9 minutes runtime, featuring Lucio Alves and Trio LM (which I never heard about) at Ensaio, TV Cultura, kindly sent by Pedro Mendes. You can reach Pedro anytime at pmend44@hotmail.com. He is opened for trading.

This is Lucio Alves – Lucio Alves, Sua Voz Intima, Sua Bossa Nova, Interpretando Sambas em 3-D (1959), for Odeon, the first album recorded by Lucio Alves in the 12-inch format. I will keep my first writing this time. Lucio Alves is really nice, thanks tcisalpino. Do not miss the video.

First writing:

On my searches to prepare the first Lucio Alves release, TioSamba, Musica Americana em Bossa Nova, I read that Antonio Carlos Jobim said that Lucio Alves was a singer ahead of his time, additionally, Lucio Alves was the first person to listen to Joao Gilberto LPs, taken by the own Joao as soon as they get finished.

Two strong statements from two legends. TioSamba was really nice, but when I took this one for a try, I confess that these statements are not exaggerated. In my humble opinion, Lucio Alves is one of the greatest Brazilian. I don’t know why, his singing his really captivating. Do not ask me what is a Samba in 3-D, perhaps some mania in the late 50’s. Lucio Alves is backed by orchestra, directed and conducted by Lyrio Panicali. Tracks include:

01 – Lá Vem a Baiana (Dorival Caymmi)
02 – Se Acaso Você Chegasse (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)
03 – Boa Noite Amor (José Maria de Abreu / Francisco Matoso)
04 – Nem Eu (Dorival Caymmi)
05 – Se Todos Fossem Iguais a Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Menino de Braçanã (Luis Vieira / Arnaldo Passos)
07 – Agora É Cinza (Alcebíades Barcelos “Bide” / Armando “Marçal”)
08 – Laura (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / João de Barro)
09 – Estrada do Sol (Tom Jobim / Dolores Duran)
10 – Conceição (Dunga / Jair Amorim)
11 – Beija-me (Roberto Martins / Mário Rossi)
12 – Ninguém Me Ama (Fernando Lobo / Antônio Maria)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos.





Olivia – Anjo Vadio (1980)

24 08 2012

Link original: Olivia – Anjo Vadio (1980)
Publicado em: Friday, September 28, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! This is a really solid start for this Friday, an album that easily deserves a closing post, but I’m so excited with this music that I could not wait longer to show Loronixers. This is the second solo LP of this truly awesome Brazilian singer that started as member of the Brazilian progressive band A Barca do Sol. By this time, Olivia Byington had the artistic name of Olivia, which makes me feel confused sometimes with Francis Hime wife, Olivia Hime. This is a pretty solid record. Let’s see.

This is Olivia – Anjo Caido (1980), for Som Livre, never released on CD and a very difficult to find album. I’m sure you will remember Olivia Byington participation as singer on Encontro, an album recorded live together with Turibio Santos, Paulo Moura and Clara Sverner. Encontro was almost chamber music, but Anjo Caido was recorded at a time Olivia Byington was still pursuing a career as a MPB singer. I think she made the right decision; Olivia Byington is a really gifted singer that performs wonderfully on classical and popular music. Anjo Vadio has also a beautiful participation of Egberto Gismonti at 10 – Mais Clara, Mais Crua, playing piano to Olivia Byington singing. Really breathtaking, you should not miss this one. Tracks include:

Personnel

Lincoln Olivetti
(arrangements, keyboards)
Robson Jorge
(guitar)
Alexandre, Fernando Leporace
(bass)
Picole
(drums)
Ariovaldo
(percussion)
Jorginho, Netinho, Aurino
(sax alto, tenor, baritone)
Marcio Montarroyos, Bidinho
(trumpet)
Ed Maciel
(trombone)
Olivia
(vocal)
Mauricio Maestro
(arrangements)
Beto Resende, Nando Carneiro, Octavio Burnier
(violao)
Jose Menezes
(arrangements, violao)
Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Neco
(cavaquinho)
Gordinho
(surdo)
Doutor
(repique)
Jorge Jose
(pandeiro)
Jorge Arena
(ganza)
Dori Caymmi
(arrangements)
Oscar Castro Neves
(rodhes, violao)
Muri Costa
(piano)
Egberto Gismonti
(piano)

Track List

01 – Anjo Vadio (Olivia Byington / Geraldo Carneiro)
02 – Onde o Sol Bate e Se Firma (Luis Melodia)
03 – Olha a Lua (John Neschling / Geraldo Carneiro)
04 – Lua Branca (Olivia Byington / Charles)
05 – Uva de Caminhão (Assis Valente)
06 – Dengo Tengo (Luli / Lucina)
07 – Doce de Pimenta (Rita Lee / Roberto de Carvalho)
08 – Primeiro Jornal (Sueli Costa / Abel Silva)
09 – Nossa Senhora dos Aflitos (Nando Carneiro / Geraldo Carneiro)
10 – Mais Clara Mais Crua (Egberto Gismonti / Geraldo Carneiro) with Egberto Gismonti

This is Olivia – Anjo Vadio (1980), at Loronix. Hope uEnjoy!

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Bossa 3 – Os Reis do Ritmo (1966)

24 08 2012

Link original: Bossa 3 – Os Reis do Ritmo (1966)
Publicado em: Friday, September 28, 2007 by zecalouro

I told you on Bob Fleming post that tcisalpino was uploading another contribution, however, I did not realize he was making this one. I’m surprised. This album was made available in the very first beginning of Loronix and such as Bossa Joe, I never understood why nobody left comments on it. Perhaps it was the low quality ripping offered at that time, but this is not a issue now, tcisalpino delivered FLAC files taken from a remastered CD reissue and once again offers this music to Loronix community.

This is Bossa 3 – Os Reis do Ritmo (1966), for Odeon, featuring the second Os Bossa Três line-up with Luiz Carlos Vinhas, the Loronix friend Ronie Mesquita and Octavio Baily. Another self-explanatory release. I’m not making large cover scans of back cover this time, if someone has the first vinyl issue and wants to contribute with these scans, our community really appreciates. Additionally, I’m reposting a video sent by Luiz Harding featuring Os Bossa Tres at Praia do Arpoador in Rio de Janeiro, just in case someone miss it.

 

Tracks include:

Personnel

Luiz Carlos Vinhas
(piano)
Octavio Baily
(bass)
Ronie Mesquita
(drums)

Track List

01 – Onde Anda o Meu Amor (Orlann Divo / Roberto Jorge)
02 – Até o Sol Raiar (Baden Powell / Vinícius De Moraes)
03 – Não me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luiz Soberano / João Corrêa Da Silva)
04 – Coisa Mais Linda (Carlos Lyra / Vinícus De Moraes)
05 – É (Luiz Carlos Vinhas / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
06 – Samba de Verão (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sérgio Valle)
07 – Le Bateau (Luiz Carlos Vinhas)
08 – Silk Stop (João Donato)
09 – Exaltação a Mangueira (Enéias Brites Da Silva / Aloisio Augusto Da Costa)
10 – Balanço Zona Sul (Tito Madi)
11 – Recado ao pé do Berco (Luiz Carlos Vinhas / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
12 – Cartaz (Roberto Menescal / Ronald Bôscoli)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Cybil Shepherd.





Lani Hall – Brasil Nativo (1998)

24 08 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Lani Hall – Brasil Nativo (1998)
Publicado em: Friday, September 28, 2007

I was looking for music from Brazil performed by someone from outside of Brazil, but I did not want some of those once in a lifetime Bossa Nova opportunistic performance. I was looking for an album featuring an international artist with tight connections with the music from Brazil, such like Toots Thielemans, Stan Getz and many others. I’m amazed that this CD released in 1998 has gone out of print very soon, in the other hand, I’m really happy to share another record by Lani Hall, she has a solid connection with the music from Brazil and this album is very beautiful, featuring several Brazilian artists. Let’s see.

This is Lani Hall – Brasil Nativo (1998), for BMG. Lani Hall sings in English, Portuguese and on an Amazon language that it is impossible to identify with my knowledge on tracks 01 – Tres Curimins and 05 – Brasil Nativo. Dori Caymmi has a major participation from the start until the end as arranger, vocalist and guitar player. Herb Alpert, which is Lani Hall’s husband, also deliver trumpet playing and arrangements together with Paulinho da Costa, Michael Sapiro, Heitor Pereira, Jimmy Johnson, among many others. Tracks include:

PersonnelLani Hall
(vocal, arrangements)
Dori Caymmi
(arrangements, guitar, vocals)
Michael Shapiro
(drums)
Heitor Teixeira
(guitar, arrangements)
Luiz Avellar
(arrangements)
Eduardo del Barrio
(string arrangements, multi instruments)
Paulinho da Costa
(percussion)
Chuck Domanico
(acoustic bass)
Nathan East
(electric bass)
Herb Alpert
(arrangements, vocal, trumpet)

Track List

01 – Tres Curumins
02 – Smile (Sorri)
03 – Viola Fora de Moda
04 – Velho Piano
05 – Brasil Nativo
06 – Mas Que Nada
07 – Historia Antiga
08 – Saudades De Casa
09 – Varadero
10 – Amor De Indio
11 – Waters of March

This is Lani Hall – Brasil Nativo (1998), at Loronix.  Hope uEnjoy!

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Bob Fleming – Jovens Enamorados (1965)

23 08 2012

Link original: Bob Fleming – Jovens Enamorados (1965)
Publicado em: Thursday, September 27, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Thanks for the nice response given to yesterday’s tcisalpino contribution to our community. By the way, tcisalpino is so kind that he is right now managing another release for today, equivalent to yesterday’s Rio 65 Trio. Really great, I cannot wait longer until his upload finishes. Meanwhile we cannot go wrong with another favorite of Loronixers, Bob Fleming, also known as Moacyr Silva featuring this fantastic and weird cover of a sax inside a tunnel. Let’s see.

This is Bob Fleming – Jovens Enamorados (1965), for Musidisc. Actually, I’m making a 1971 reissue by Phonodisc, exactly the same album first issued by Musidisc. I don’t know Musidisc’s cover artwork, but this Phonodisc cover with a sax inside a tunnel is really amazing. Bob Fleming / Moacyr Silva delivers an international repertoire on side A and Brazilian songs on side B. Tracks include:

01 – I Left My Heart In San Francisco (Cross / Cory)
02 – Blú (Cesari / Savilla / Mongol)
03 – Le Bateau Blanc (Vitalin / Gilbert Bécaud)
04 – Call Me Irresponsible (J. V. Heusen / S. Cahn)
05 – Dos Perdidos (Nilo Sergio)
06 – I Could Have Danced All Night (A. J. Lerner / F. Loewe)
07 – O Sol Nascerá (Cartola / Élton Medeiros)
08 – Nem Uma Luz Brilhou (Gilvan Chaves)
09 – Diga Que Sim (Silvio César)
10 – Canção Para Um Homem no Espaço (Nilo Sergio)
11 – É Demais (Nonato Buzar)
12 – O Amor do Amor (Luis Bittencourt / Alberto Paz)

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

Um detalhe interessante: o filho do Zito Righi, o Ney Righi, postou um comentário na Rádio Forma e Elenco, no disco Sax de Ouro. Entrei em contato, e ele me passou a discografia do Zito Righi, com vários dos discos do Bob Fleming. A discografia está na imagem abaixo e inclui o disco “Jovens Enamorados”. Ou seja, ao contrário do que afirma o Zeca, este não é um disco de Moacyr Silva, mas de Zito Righi como Bob Fleming.





Rio 65 Trio – Rio 65 Trio (1965)

22 08 2012

Link original: Rio 65 Trio – Rio 65 Trio (1965)
Publicado em: Thursday, September 27, 2007 by zecalouro

From now on, I will announce my future plans at Loronix, such as I did a couple of days ago. I said I was looking for high quality media of some essential records already available at Loronix. The response came very fast this time, tcisalpino is the fast fish; he read my comment and decided to please our community with FLAC files, the second contribution in the new format. tcisalpino says that RIO 65 Trio is a present to our community. Let’s thanks him.

This is Rio 65 Trio – Rio 65 Trio (1965), for Philips, one of the greatest Samba Jazz album ever recorded featuring Dom Salvador, Edison Machado and Sergio Barroso. Do I need to say more? I don’t think so. This is the kind of album I would select to stay in the front page when leaving to a vacation. Thanks once again tcisalpino. Friends who are new to our community, don’t think twice, this album should be listed on every serious list of top records of any kind. Tracks include:

Personnel

Dom Salvador
(piano)
Edison Machado
(drums)
Sergio Barroso
(bass)

Track List

01 – Meu Fraco é Café Forte (Dom Salvador)
02 – Preciso Aprender a Ser Só (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sérgio Valle)
03 – Farjuto (Dom Salvador)
04 – Desafinado (Newton Mendonça / Tom Jobim)
05 – Sonny Moon For Two (Blues em Samba) (Sonny Rollins)
06 – Espera De Você (José Luiz de Oliveira / Dom Salvador)
07 – Mau, Mau (Art Farmer)
08 – Tem Dó (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – Azul Contente (Walter Santos / Tereza Souza)
10 – Manhã de Carnaval (Luiz Bonfá / Antônio Maria)
11 – Minha Namorada (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos.





Antonio Maria – Historia da Musica Popular Brasileira Nr. 36 (1971)

22 08 2012

Link original: Antonio Maria – Historia da Musica Popular Brasileira Nr. 36 (1971)
Publicado em: Thursday, September 27, 2007 by zecalouro

I’m really amazed by this series of 10-inch released by Abril Cultural in the early 70’s as Historia da Musica Popular Brasileira. The first album with made with Billy Blanco had a really positive reaction. The repertoire selection is very well done and the eight-track format provides a really solid listening experience. It is now time to make the second, featuring a very important artist, a songwriter of Bossa Nova tunes that we like most. Let’s see.

This is Antonio Maria – Historia da Musica Popular Brasileira Nr. 36 (1971), for Abril Cultural, featuring Antonio Maria compositions performed by Nora Ney, Maria Bethania, Dolores Duran, Joao Gilberto, Os Cariocas, Sylvia Telles and Dircinha Batista. I think this is a nice choice, Antonio Maria had a very important participation on Bossa Nova with no recording releases, let’s celebrate Antonio Maria. Tracks include:

The Performers

Nora Ney
Os Cariocas
Sylvia Telles
Joao Gilberto

Dolores Duran
Maria Bethania
Dircinha Batista

Track List

01 – Ninguém Me Ama (Antônio Maria / Fernando Lobo) – Nora Ney
02 – Frevo Nº 2 do Recife (Antônio Maria) – Maria Bethânia
03 – Manhã de Carnaval (Antônio Maria / Luis Bonfá) – João Gilberto
04 – Menino Grande (Antônio Maria) – Nora Ney
05 – Valsa de Uma Cidade (Antônio Maria / Ismael Netto) – Os Cariocas
06 – Canção da Volta (Antônio Maria / Ismael Netto) – Dolores Duran
07 – Suas Mãos (Antônio Maria / Pernambuco) – Silvinha Telles
08 – Se Eu Morresse Amanhã (Antônio Maria) – Dircinha Batista

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Esse disco podia ser buscado no Um que Tenha. Apesar do disco do Um que Tenha ser da coleção “Nova História da Música Popular” (1978), a seleção de músicas é a mesma da coleção “Música Popular Brasileira” (1971). Como não está mais disponível em nenhum local, estamos disponibilizando provisoriamente na forma de um magnet link. OBS: não se esqueça de deixar o torrent semeando  depois que você terminar de baixar (uma boa razão seria pelo menos 2 vezes o que você baixar!)