Dorival Caymmi – Sambas de Caymmi (1955) | 10-inch

30 11 2012

Link original: Dorival Caymmi – Sambas de Caymmi (1955) | 10-inch
Publicado em: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 by zecalouro

Dorival Caymmi - Sambas de Caymmi (1955)

Hello, good evening! Let’s start this rainy day with a flawless album, the repost of Dorival Caymmi – Sambas de Caymmi (1955), kindly provided by Dona Iara. Surprisingly, this one was not mint as the previous one and it is necessary to say that you will hear eventual clicks and pops. Let’s see.

This is Dorival Caymmi – Sambas de Caymmi (1955), for Odeon, with arrangements, orchestra and choir by Luiz Arruda Paes. Released in the 10-inch format, Sambas de Caymmi is Dorival Caymmi second LP, preceding the one that I like most, Dorival Caymmi – Cancoes Praieiras (1954), already available at Loronix and scheduled for a repost as soon as we get the original vinyl issue. Dorival Caymmi performs for the first time some of his essential songs, such as Sabado em Copacabana, Nunca Mais, So Louco, Vizinha do Lado, Rosa Morena, in fact, all these 8 songs are Brazilian popular music standards and you cannot miss them performed by Dorival Caymmi in 1955. Tracks include:

01 – Sábado Em Copacabana (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle) Samba-canção
02 – Não Tem Solução (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle) Samba-canção
03 – Nunca Mais (Dorival Caymmi) Samba-canção
04 – Só Louco (Dorival Caymmi) Samba-canção
05 – Requebre Que Eu Dou Um Doce (Dorival Caymmi) Samba
06 – Vestido de Bolero (Dorival Caymmi) Samba
07 – A Vizinha do Lado (Dorival Caymmi) Samba
08 – Rosa Morena (Dorival Caymmi) Samba

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Esse disco já foi publicado anteriormente aqui no Órfãos do Loronix.





Salsa – Um (2004)

30 11 2012

Link original: Salsa – Um (2004)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 by zecalouro

Salsa - Um (2004)

Meet Salsa, musician, sax player, from Espirito Santo state, Vioria city. It was really wise of him to introduce his music to Loronixers and I’m very proud with this responsibility. Salsa recorded this Jazz album less than four years ago with a very limited edition of 1,000 copies. Salsa was invited by Reinaldo Santos Neves to record a Jazz CD with rendition of popular music from Espirito Santo state folklore, collected by Reinaldo’s father that made researches on this music from decades. The result is really interesting, a work of passion with attention on each aspect of the project, sponsored by Lei Rubem Braga. Thanks Salsa for providing to Loronixers your amazing music. Let’s see.

This is Salsa – Um (2004), with jazzy renditions of Espirito Santo folklore music, arrangements by Fabiano Araujo and Wanderson Lopes with the sax of Salsa, backed up by excellent “capichaba” musicians, which is the way we use to call the friends from Espirito Santo. Salsa, agora é a sua vez de usar os comentários em Português, Inglês ou até Capixabês e explicar para a gente qual foi a sensação de gravar esse disco. Já estamos aguardando o Salsa Dois. Tracks include:

Personnel

Salsa
(sax)
Fabiano Araujo
(piano)
Paulo Sodre
(acoustic bass)
Diego Frasson, Joaosinho Augusto da Silva, Luciano Marcos Nogara
(drums)
Wanderson Lopes
(guitar)
Kako Dinelli, Cassiano Ricardo Nogara
(electric bass)
Melao
(percussion)
Marcao
(trombone)
Colibri
(sax tenor)
Otavio Ribeiro
(fretless bass)
Macos Firmino
(trumpet)
Sergio Rouver
(sax alto)
Marajuras do Alagoano
(choir)

Track List

01 – Lá Se Vai O Embaixador (Tradicional)
02 – Manguinhos (Tradicional)
03 – Ó Bela Lilia (Tradicional)
04 – Terezinha De Jesus (Tradicional)
05 – Sabiá (Salsa)
06 – São Sebastião (Tradicional)
07 – Ô Almirante (Tradicional)
08 – Santa Catarina (Tradicional)

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





Joyce – Hard Bossa (1999)

30 11 2012

Link original só disponível nos RSS feeds: Joyce – Hard Bossa (1999)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 by zecalouro

Joyce - Hard Bossa (1999)
JoyceInside
A couple of hours ago, an anonymous friend wrote this really overwhelming comment at the last Elizeth Cardoso – Momento de Amor (1968) release.”Zeca, I have been visiting your site for about 6 months now and have never left a comment because I was waiting for the right words to come…I guess I am not good with words. Let me say that your site has opened up a whole new musical universe for me. I have fell in love with so many artists. I can’t belief that before I visited your site I never knew about Dorival Caymmi, Maysa, Pery Ribeiro, Fafa Lemos, Tamba Trio, Os Ipanemas…(the list goes on and on). They are now all a part of me. I can’t thank you enough! And thank you for this wonderful Elizeth Cardoso album!”

I decided to make it public, just to say thanks to the so far unknown anonymous friend. Additionally, this statement makes me remember an artist that uses the same value proposition, almost a Bossa Nova warrior from the 21th Century. I’m talking about Joyce, she still recording Bossa Nova, creating new audience to Brazilian music all over the world.

This album is a perfect example, released by Far Out Recordings in 1999, brings the Bossa Nova message on title, creating passion with Brazilian music and our country. Let’s see.

This is Joyce – Hard Bossa (1999), for Far Out Recordings, the amazing UK label with several Brazilian artists in the cast that I urge Loronixers to visit their website and purchase their albums, which includes the last release by Arthur Verocai – Encore, featuring Azymuth and Ivan Lins. Far Out website is here. Hard Bossa has gone out of print and features Joyce recreating her “feminina” style, blending Jazz with Brazilian music, performed gently with the use of acoustic instruments. I did not have time to track down personnel listing, but the album is so good that as soon as possible someone will make it for us. Tracks include:

01 – Zoeira (Joyce / Paulo César Pinheiro)
02 – Quarup (Joyce / Paulo César Pinheiro)
03 – Criança (Joyce)
04 – Nome De Guerra (Joyce / Paulo César Pinheiro)
05 – London Samba (Joyce / Maurício Maestro)
06 – Todos Os Santos (Joyce / Paulo César Pinheiro)
07 – Juparana (Joyce / Paulo César Pinheiro)
08 – Novelo (Joyce / Paulo César Pinheiro)
09 – Hard Bossa (Joyce)
10 – Vatapá (Joyce / Léa Freire)

This is Joyce – Hard Bossa (1999), at Far Out. Hope uEnjoy!

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Cartola – Nova Historia da Musica Popular Brasileira (1977)

30 11 2012

Link original: Cartola – Nova Historia da Musica Popular Brasileira (1977)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 by zecalouro

Cartola - Nova Historia MPB (1977)

Cartola - Nova Historia MPB (1977)-BACKCartola is a very important Brazilian artist, with compositions recorded by all acknoledged Brazilian performers. Cartola was simple, authentic and never act if was an artist, perhaps the reason for leaving only spare recordings. The last Leo Ribeiro Forma & Elenco Radio show was a special Cartola edition. I invite you to check Radio Forma & Elenco website, owned and maintained by Martoni, from the Netherlands. There you can download past Forma & Elenco editions and also the last one featuring Cartola. We have only two Cartola albums available at Loronix and they were released a long time ago. Let’s see.

This is Cartola – Nova Historia da Musica Popular Brasileira (1978), for Abril Cultural, featuring eight Cartola compositions performed by Cartola and selected artists, such like: Paulinho da Viola, Nara Leao, Gal Costa, among others. Don’t let the first track Divina Dama, performed by Francisco Alves cheats you. This track was taken from a very old 78 rpm and it seems the folks at Abril Cultural did not make a necessary remastering, but the remaining tracks are clean and beautiful. I recommend. Tracks include:

The Performers

Cartola
Francisco Alves
Nara Leao
Cyro Monteiro
Paulinho da Viola
Gal Costa
Carlos Cachaça

Track List

01 – Divina Dama (Cartola) with Francisco Alves
02 – O Sol Nascerá (Cartola / Élton Medeiros) with Nara Leão
03 – Tive Sim (Cartola) with Cyro Monteiro
04 – Preconceito (Cartola) with Cartola
05 – Não Quero Mais Amar a Ninguém (Cartola / Zé da Zilda / Carlos Cachaça) with Paulinho da Viola
06 – Acontece (Cartola) with Gal Costa
07 – Alvorada (Cartola / Carlos Cachaça / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho) with Carlos Cachaça
08 – O Mundo É Um Moinho (Cartola) with Cartola

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Elizeth Cardoso – Momento de Amor (1968)

29 11 2012

Link original: Elizeth Cardoso – Momento de Amor (1968)
Publicado em: Monday, November 26, 2007 by zecalouro

This album is so far the greatest contribution by Dona Iara, delivering an Elizeth Cardoso album that I never had the chance to hear. By default, this record was clean as taken from Copacabana factory yesterday; I will not resist asking Dona Iara how she kept these records for decades with perfect condition. I feel very proud to receive her albums, this one is not so easy to find and is a really top Elizeth Cardoso LP. Let’s see.

This is Elizeth Cardoso – Momento de Amor (1968), for Copacabana, produced by Rubens Barsotti (Zimbo Trio) and arranged by Luiz Chaves (Zimbo Trio) and Cyro Pereira. The back cover brings a liner notes written by Sergio Porto that explains everything about this album. Sergio Porto says this record is the first after a series of Elizeth Cardoso Samba LPs produced by Moacyr Silva and Momento de Amor represents a shift, bringing a repertoire of Samba Cancao with a very sweet and intimate interpretation of Elizeth Cardoso. Momento de Amor jumps at a top position on my shortlist of best albums by the Divina. Tracks include:

01 – Derradeira Primavera (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Chuva (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)
03 – Pra Você (Silvio César)
04 – Canto de Partir (Adilson Godoy / Vera Brasil)
05 – Momento de Amor (Adilson Godoy)
06 – Tristeza de Amar (Luis Roberto / Geraldo Vandré)
07 – Razão de Viver (Eumir Deodato / Paulo Sergio Valle)
08 – Lua Cheia (Toquinho / Chico Buarque)
09 – Pra Dizer Adeus (Edu Lobo / Torquato Neto)
10 – Carolina (Chico Buarque)
11 – Insensatez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.





Varios Artistas – Ritmos Brasileiros (1967)

29 11 2012

Link original: Varios Artistas – Ritmos Brasileiros (1967)
Publicado em: Monday, November 26, 2007 by zecalouro

I cannot resist showing these promotional albums released by companies and when they comes with pictures of Rio de Janeiro it is quite impossible to ignore. This is the left wing of Copacabana, including the place where I live today at the end of the beach, a very nice place called Leme. Here we have a hard to see perspective of Copacabana, most of photos are taken from the opposite side, on top of the hill that closes the beach known as Pedra do Leme.

This is Copacabana in 1967 and the changes are many. The most important is the worse aggression to this landscape, we don’t see at this picture a skyscraper called Meridian, a big building that serve as a hotel. I don’t know how this building was allowed; it is so big that makes a stupid square shadow at the beach. Another obvious change is Av. Atlantica before the construction of the second avenue. Not all the changes were bad; at the hill in your left you see a small road going down to Copacabana. Today, that area is protected by authorities and a beautiful piece of Mata Atlantica rainforest is there, nice measure. Anyway, my apologies for this out topic Copacabana thing. This album has some differences and it is above the average in the style. Let’s see.

This is Ritmos Brasileiros (1967), for Philips to a marketing campaign of a financial institution called Credence, given to participants of the 22th International Monetary Fund Congress, held in 1967 in Rio de Janeiro. Instead of selecting a Maestro, orchestra and a repertoire of standards, the folks of Credence selected cuts of very nice artists such like Baden Powell, Sergio Mendes e Bossa Rio, Walter Wanderley, Corisco e Os Sambaloucos and others. Highly recommended. Tracks include:
The Performers

Escola de Samba da Cidade
Jonas Cordeiro e Sua Orquestra
Baden Powell
Caculinha e Seu Conjunto
Corisco e Os Sambaloucos
Portinho e Sua Orquestra
Lyra de Xopoto
Sergio Mendes e Bossa Rio
Walter Wanderley e Seu Conjunto

Track List

01 – Sua Excelencia a Batucada with ESCOLA DE SAMBA DA CIDADE
02 – Sessenta e Cinco with JONAS CORDEIRO E SUA ORQUESTRA
03 – Samba Triste with BADEN POWELL
04 – Estamos Ai with CACULINHA E SEU CONJUNTO
05 – Balanco Zona Sul with CORISCO E OS SAMBALOUCOS
06 – Fita Amarela with PORTINHO E SUA ORQUESTRA
07 – O Teu Cabelo nao Nega with LYRA DE XOPOTO
08 – Garota de Ipanema with SERGIO MENDES & BOSSA RIO
09 – Vou Andar por Ai with WALTER WANDERLEY E SEU CONJUNTO
10 – Primavera with WALTER WANDERLEY E SEU CONJUNTO
11 – Ela e Carioca with SERGIO MENDES & BOSSA RIO
12 – Cidade Maravilhosa with PORTINHO E SUA ORQUESTRA

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





OST – Verao Vermelho (1970)

29 11 2012

Link original: OST – Verao Vermelho (1970)
Publicado em: Sunday, November 25, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! I’m surprised with Veu de Noiva Brazilian soap opera OST released two days ago. Until now, it is the most downloaded of the weekend, leaving classic albums by renowned artists behind. This is the reason for showing Loronixers another OST, produced by the same people in charge of Veu de Noiva, released in 1970 and kindly provided with exceptional quality by the already legendary Dona Iara. Let’s see.

This is Verao Vermelho (1970), for Philips, the original sound track of TV Globo Verao Vermelho soap opera. Directed by Nelson Motta and featuring almost the same performers of Veu de Noiva, such as Luiz Eca, Regininha, Roberto Menescal, Wilson das Neves and Elis Regina. Tracks include:

The Performers

Elis Regina
Nonato Buzar
Regininha
Wilson das Neves
Luiz Eca
Erlon Chaves
Roberto Menescal
Ruy Felipe

Track List

01 – Verão Vermelho (Nonato Buzar) with Elis Regina
02 – Vitória Vitória (Tema de Raul) (Nonato Buzar) with Nonato Buzar
03 – Ela (Tema de Patrícia) (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) with Regininha
04 – Jornada (Tema de Selma) (Roberto Menescal) with Wilson das Neves
05 – Onde Você Mora (Tema de Flávio) (Paulinho Tapajós / Edmundo Souto) with Luis Eça
06 – Baião do Sol (Tema de Geralda) (Nelson Ângelo)
07 – The Time Of Noon (Tema de Amor) (A. Kerr) with Erlon Chaves
08 – Ela (Tema de Patrícia) (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) with Regininha
09 – Vitória Vitória (Tema de Raul) (Nonato Buzar) with Erlon Chaves
10 – Assim É a Bahia (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) with Roberto Menescal
11 – Onde Você Mora (Tema de Flávio) (Paulinho Tapajós / Edmundo Souto) with Ruy Felipe
12 – Verão Vermelho (Nonato Buzar) with Luis Eça

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças ao amigo Amilcar, acabo de saber que ele pode ser buscado no Tocou na Novela. Agora também está disponível no Martoni.

 





Dolores Duran – Dolores Duran (1979)

28 11 2012

Link original: Dolores Duran – Dolores Duran (1979)
Publicado em: Sunday, November 25, 2007 by zecalouro

 

Dolores Duran was such like a meteor, born in 1930; she started singing at the age of five, performing at popular parties in Rio de Janeiro. At the age of 10, Dolores Duran started his professional career at Ary Barroso’s Calouros em Desfile Radio show. Two years later, with the passing of her father, Dolores started singing on the radio and musical shows using false identities to deceive the authorities.

From this fast start to the release of her first album, Dolores developed her talent as composer, something that would be recognized only after her passing. Dolores Duran left several compositions that became Brazilian popular music standards, including more than a few with Antonio Carlos Jobim.

I started this writing saying that Dolores Duran was such like a meteor, unfortunately, she died very early at the age of 29 from a heart attack after performing at Little Club nightclub. This is the first Dolores Duran album released at Loronix after more than a year hiatus and I think it is a very special post. Let’s see.

This is Dolores Duran – Dolores Duran (1979), for Copacabana, as part of Copacabana label 30th anniversary. This beautiful tribute album features Dolores Duran recordings for Copacabana in the 50’s, with new orchestra arrangements by Maestro Elcio Alvares on top of remastered original Dolores Duran recordings from 78rpms. The output is a Dolores Duran original singing, with new orchestral arrangements and the benefits of the modern recording technologies. I’m making available two LPs as a single album, 23 tracks and 65 minutes running time. Tracks 01 to 11 belongs to the first LP and 12 to 23 to the second one. Copacabana did not credit musicians in the set. Tracks include:

01 – A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
02 – A Banca do Distinto (Billy Blanco)
03 – Solidão (Dolores Duran)
04 – Coisas de Mulher (Chico Baiano)
05 – Escurinho
06 – Manias (Flávio Cavalcanti / Celso Cavalcanti)
07 – Por Causa de Você (Tom Jobim / Dolores Duran)
08 – Conversa de Botequim (Noel Rosa / Vadico)
09 – Quem Foi (Nestor de Hollanda / Jorge Tavares)
10 – Pano Legal (Billy Blanco)
11 – Um Amor Assim (Dora Lopes)
12 – Fim de Caso (Dolores Duran)
13 – Canção da Volta (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
14 – Onde Estará Meu Amor (Lina Pesce)
15 – Estatuto de Boite (Billy Blanco)
16 – Nossos Destinos (Luis Vieira)
17 – Viva Meu Samba (Billy Blanco)
18 – Pra Que Falar de Mim (Ismael Netto / Macedo Neto)
19 – Conceição (Dunga / Jair Amorim)
20 – Só Por Castigo (José Batista / Nelson Bastos)
21 – Estranho Amor (David Nasser / Garoto)
22 – Bom É Querer Bem (Fernando Lobo)
23 – Não Me Culpe (Dolores Duran)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos.





Paulinho da Viola – Sinal Fechado (1969) EP

28 11 2012

Link original: Paulinho da Viola – Sinal Fechado (1969) EP
Publicado em: Sunday, November 25, 2007 by zecalouro

My turntable has a serious problem with singles and EPs. Even when playing clean albums, the cartridge jumps and I had no choice except turn it of and try to understand what happens. This one was sent by Dona Iara and for my surprise it works very well and the output was so good that it was not necessary to apply noise reduction software. Perhaps my turntable is a big Paulinho da Viola fan, such like me. Let’s see.

This is Paulinho da Viola – Sinal Fechado (1969) EP, for Odeon, featuring the awesome title track 01 – Sinal Fechado with other three cuts, including the blockbuster 02 – Foi um Rio que Passou em Minha Vida, a well-known Paulinho da Viola composition. I did not search for the availability of these songs on regular Paulinho da Viola albums. Tracks include:

01 – Sinal Fechado (Paulinho da Viola)
02 – Foi Um Rio Que Passou Em Minha Vida (Paulinho da Viola)
03 – Ruas Que Sonhei (Paulinho da Viola)
04 – Nada De Novo (Paulinho da Viola)

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Todas as músicas deste EP estão contidas no LP “Foi um Rio que Passou em Minha Vida” que pode ser buscado aqui no Órfãos do Loronix.





Joao Gilberto – Joao Gilberto Interpreta Tom Jobim (1978)

28 11 2012

Link original: Joao Gilberto – Joao Gilberto Interpreta Tom Jobim (1978)
Publicado em: Saturday, November 24, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Joao Barbosa is really connected with relevant dates of Brazilian music. Earlier this week, he told us about Carnegie Hall concert 45th anniversary and yesterday he told me about Joao Gilberto birthday, today, November 25, when Joao Gilberto celebrates his 75th birthday. Happy Birthday, Joao Gilberto, thanks Joao Barbosa and thanks a million Dona Iara for providing this album, making possible our little homage.

PS.: Forget about Joao Gilberto’s birthday, it is not today, but June 10th. My fault. Joao Barbosa did not say that yesterday. Let’s put this parrot off-line! 🙂

This is Joao Gilberto – Joao Gilberto Interpreta Tom Jobim (1978), for Odeon, featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim compositions performed by Joao Gilberto on his early recordings for Odeon label. This is the best of both worlds and should be listened from the start until the end on a single audition. Tracks include:

01 – A Felicidade (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) from Orfeu do Carnaval
02 – Desafinado (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Newton Mendonca)
03 – Insensatez (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Este Seu Olhar (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
05 – Chega de Saudade (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Meditação (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Newton Mendonca)
07 – Samba de Uma Nota Só (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Newton Mendonca)
08 – O Nosso Amor (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) from Orfeu do Carnaval
09 – O Amor Em Paz (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
10 – Só Em Teus Braços (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
11 – Corcovado (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
12 – Discussão (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Newton Mendonca)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Abracadabra e no Martoni.





Caetano Veloso – Caetano Veloso (1969)

27 11 2012

Link original: Caetano Veloso – Caetano Veloso (1969)
Publicado em: Saturday, November 24, 2007 by zecalouro

Although not a Tropicalia album, this is the grand close of three Tropicalia releases at Loronix, started with Nara Leao – Nara Leao (1968), a awesome AdHoc contribution, immediately followed by a essential Tropicalia album recorded by Gal Costa, Gal Costa – Gal Costa (1969) and now one of Caetano Veloso masterpieces, Caetano Veloso – Caetano Veloso (1969). Three solid self-titled listens with something in common, three Philips releases, three self-titled albums and Caetano Veloso compositions spread throughout the 36 tracks released. This is another contribution by Dona Iara, and it seems to me that she never heard her albums, the media is clean as never took out of envelop in all these years. Let’s see.

This is Caetano Veloso – Caetano Veloso (1969), for Philips, also known as Caetano Veloso “White Album”, really inspired by The Beatles – White Album, a great Caetano Veloso reference in all his discography. It is amazing to think this is Caetano Veloso second album, this music sounds fresh and some tracks are quite revolutionary. I have been wondering what direction Caetano Veloso would follow if not taken from Brazil to exile in London, just after recording this essential record. Anyway, Maestro Rogerio Duprat delivers arrangements and also plays the role of musical director and for our pleasure; Philips gives complete personnel listing this time. Tracks include:

Personnel

Rogerio Duprat
(arrangements, musical direction)
Gilberto Gil
(violao)
Lanny
(guitar)
Sergio Barroso
(bass)
Wilson das Neves
(drums)
Chiquinho de Moraes
(piano, organ)
Tiao Motorista
(percussion)

Track List

01 – Irene (Caetano Veloso)
02 – The Empty Boat (Caetano Veloso)
03 – Marinheiro Só (Tradicional / Adpt. Caetano Veloso)
04 – Lost In The Paradise (Caetano Veloso)
05 – Atrás do Trio Elétrico (Caetano Veloso)
06 – Os Argonautas (Caetano Veloso)
07 – Carolina (Chico Buarque)
08 – Cambalache (Enrique Santos Discépolo)
09 – Não Identificado (Caetano Veloso)
10 – Chuvas de Verão (Fernando Lobo)
11 – Acrilírico (Rogério Duarte / Caetano Veloso / Rogério Duprat)
12 – Alfômega (Gilberto Gil)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Caetano completo.





Veu de Noiva (1969)

27 11 2012

Link original, só disponível nos Feeds RSS: Veu de Noiva (1969)
Publicado em: Friday, November 23, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Loronix received today a major contribution, lots of vinyl, in every format you can imagine, including singles, EPs, 10-inch and some really cool 78rpms. This is the first out of approximately 40 new albums, sent by Dona Iara that read the last Luiz Antonio Gravata article at Jornal O Globo and decided to make this really nice donation. I use to ask donators what should be the first album released and it was very wise of Dona Iara to pick up this one, probably by her memories of this very old TV Globo soap opera. Let’s see.This is Veu de Noiva – OST (1969), for Philips, a very old soundtrack, prior to the creation of Som Livre, the TV Globo label. They never made soundtracks such like this one, featuring renowned artists and music written for the soundtrack, instead of tracks gathered from regular artist’s career albums. Veu de Noiva features artists that we like must, such as Luiz Eca, Roberto Menescal, Joyce, Wilson das Neves, Elis Regina, among others. Let’s congratulate Dona Iara for the overall contribution and this very nice initial pick. Tracks include:

The PerformersLuiz Eca
Regininha
Azymuth (Apolo IV)
Marcia
Roberto Menescal
Elis Regina
Joyce
Laercio
Wilson das Neves
The Youngsters
Claudio Roditi

Tracks List

01 – Tema de Luciano (César Camargo Mariano) with Luiz Eça
02 – Teletema (Tema de Amor) (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) with Regininha
03 – Azimut (Mil Milhas – Tema de Marcelo) (Marcos Valle / Novelli) with Azymuth (Apolo IV)
04 – Gente Humilde (Garoto / Vinicius de Moraes / Chico Buarque) with Márcia
05 – Depois da Queda (Tema de Flor) (Roberto Menescal) with Roberto Menescal
06 – Irene (Caetano Veloso) with Elis Regina
07 – Andréa (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta) with Joyce
08 – Azimuth (Mil Milhas – Tema de Marcelo) (Marcos Valle / Novelli) with Azymuth (Apolo IV)
09 – Tele Tema (Tema de Amor) (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) with Regininha / Laércio
10 – Irene (Caetano Veloso) with Wilson das Neves
11 – Abertura (Guilherme Dias Gomes) with The Youngsters
12 – Teletema (Tema de Amor) (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) with Cláudio Roditi

This is Veu de Noiva (1969), at Loronix, hope uEnjoy!

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Tocou na Novela.





Gal Costa – Gal Costa (1969)

27 11 2012

Link original: Gal Costa – Gal Costa (1969)
Publicado em: Friday, November 23, 2007 by zecalouro

 

 

We had great days this week, including yesterday’s Nara Leao and Carnegie Hall 45th anniversary celebration and today’s awesome Os Cariocas video. Perhaps the recent days are keeping you busy with downloads and listens and I was decided to make only Os Cariocas today, but I think today is the right time to dig a little bit more our last Tropicalia releases, showing an album considered the most Tropicalia and the most experimental album from a Brazilian singer that Loronixers really love. Let’s see.

This is Gal Costa – Gal Costa (1969), for Philips, the second album released by Gal Costa taken by many as her debut LP, since the first was Domingo, with Gal Costa sharing the main performer role with Caetano Veloso. Most of the compositions are from Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil and Jorge Ben, including also Roberto Carlos, Erasmo Carlos, Tom Ze and Torquato Neto. There are some well-known songs, such as: Que Pena, Baby, Nao Identificado, Saudosismo. It will be amazing to hear the first and earlier recording of these classics. Rogerio Duprat delivers Tropicalia arrangements with lots of guitars and percussion. Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso are special guests on some cuts. Tracks include:

01 – Não Identificado (Caetano Veloso)
02 – Sebastiana (Rosil Cavalcanti) with Gilberto Gil
03 – Lost In The Paradise (Caetano Veloso)
04 – Namorinho de Portão (Tom Zé) with Gilberto Gil
05 – Saudosismo (Caetano Veloso)
06 – Se Você Pensa (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
07 – Vou Recomeçar (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
08 – Divino Maravilhoso (Gilberto Gil / Caetano Veloso)
09 – Que Pena (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”) with Caetano Veloso
10 – Baby (Caetano Veloso) with Caetano Veloso
11 – A Coisa Mais Linda Que Existe (Gilberto Gil / Torquato Neto)
12 – Deus É o Amor (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)

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Music Video | Os Cariocas – O Meu Negocio e Mulher (1952)

27 11 2012

Link original: Music Video | Os Cariocas – O Meu Negocio e Mulher (1952)
Publicado em: Thursday, November 22, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! I cannot remember how many times I watched this video today, recorded using the broadcast of the Brazilian movie Barnabe, Tu Es Meu (1952), aired on a cable TV channel a couple of weeks ago. This film was aired at 7 o’clock in the morning and I decided to record using that auto program feature of my VCR and I forgot to check it and I could not believe when I took it for a hearing today. Let’s see.

This is Os Cariocas – O Meu Caso e Mulher (1952), from the movie Barnabe, Tu Es Meu, featuring Severino Filho, Badeco, Jorge Quartera, Waldir Viviani, Ismael Netto and a singer that I could not identify. I hope that Loronixers can make it, but my options are Adelaide Chiozzo or Emilinha Borba. This is a very old and truly awesome Os Cariocas video and you should not skip it.

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Nara Leao – Nara Leao (1968)

26 11 2012

Link original: Nara Leao – Nara Leao (1968)
Publicado em: Thursday, November 22, 2007 by zecalouro

AdHoc strikes again and without knowing sent a perfect closing to this celebration of the first Bossa Nova US concert at Carnegie Hall. Nara Leao is truly the Bossa Nova muse, favorite of many Loronixers. I never thought to make this album available at Loronix, this cover artwork looks so modern that I always took this album as a Nara Leao album from the 80s. I had the chance to hear it for the first time today and seem to me this is Nara Leao Tropicalia album, featuring arrangements of Maestro Rogerio Duprat and several early Caetano Veloso compositions. It is not necessary to say that AdHoc delivers best of breed transfers and awesome cover scans from both vinyl and CD versions. Let’s see.

This is Nara Leao – Nara Leao (1968), for Philips. I had a very limited time to get this album atmosphere to write an adequate review, AdHoc delivers the CD version, with lots of complimentary information, including Nara Leao review for each track. So I will let you with Nara Leao, featuring 12 tracks issued in 1968 with two additional CD bonus tracks with the last one featuring Jorge Neri as special guest. Just a little additional thought, track 01 – Lindoneia (Caetano Veloso) is very familiar and it is probably the same version included at Tropicalia – Panis et Circenses, an album that I’m tracking down since the beginning of Loronix. Tracks include:

01 – Lindonéia (Caetano Veloso)
02 – Quem É (Custódio Mesquita / Juraci Camargo)
03 – Donzela Por Piedade Não Perturbes (J. S. Arvelos)
04 – Mamãe Coragem (Caetano Veloso / Torquato Neto)
05 – Anoiteceu (Francis Hime / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Modinha (Villa-Lobos / Manuel Bandeira)
07 – Infelizmente (Lamartine Babo / Ari Pavão)
08 – Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – Mulher (Custódio Mesquita / Sady Cabral)
10 – Medroso de Amor (Alberto Nepomuceno / Juvenal Galeno)
11 – Deus Vos Salve Esta Terra Santa (Caetano Veloso / Torquato Neto)
12 – Tema de ”Os Inconfidentes” (Chico Buarque / Cecília Meireles)
13 – Festa (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta) Bonus Track
14 – Linha 12 (Juarez de Souza / Antonio E. Motta) with Jorge Neri

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Varios Artistas – Bossa Nova at Carnegie Hall (1962)

26 11 2012

Link original: Varios Artistas – Bossa Nova at Carnegie Hall (1962)
Publicado em: Thursday, November 22, 2007 by zecalouro

I think nobody had idea of the date we are celebrating with this post and I would be really disappointed missing it. Thanks a million to Joao Pires Barbosa Filho, a late, but great Loronixer. Joao told me about this date a pair of hours ago and I had a really hard time to make it ready. Thanks once again Joao and Let’s celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first Bossa Nova US Concert performed at New Your City, November 21, 1962.

This is Bossa Nova at Carnegie Hall (1962), for Audio Fidelity, featuring excerpts of the first US Bossa Nova concert. It is hard to believe that Loronix did not have this album. Perhaps it was commercially available and I did not check its availability on regular basis. Anyway, now I’m glad to make it available on such special date. Personnel listing is provided bellow associated with track list. Tracks include:

The Performers

Sergio Mendes e Sexteto
Carmem Costa
Bola Sete
Jose Paulo
Sergio Ricardo
Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
Luiz Bonfa
Agostinho dos Santos
Joao Gilberto
Milton Banana
Carlos Lyra
Ana Lucia
Caetano Zamma
Normando
Chico Feitosa

Track List

01 – Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça) with Sergio Mendes e Sexteto
02 – Bossa Nova York (Madri / Paulo) with Carmen Costa, Bola Sete and José Paulo
03 – Zelão (Sergio Ricardo) with Sergio Ricardo
04 – Não Faz Assim (Oscar Castro Neves) with Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
05 – Influência do Jazz (Carlos Lyra) with Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
06 – Manhã de Carnaval (Luis Bonfá) with Luis Bonfá
07 – Manhã de Carnaval (Luis Bonfá) with Luis Bonfá, Agostinho dos Santos and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
08 – A Felicidade (Tom Jobim) with Luis Bonfá, Agostinho dos Santos and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
09 – Outra Vez (Tom Jobim) with João Gilberto and Milton Banana
10 – Influência do Jazz (Carlos Lyra) with Carlos Lyra and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
11 – Ah Se Eu Pudesse (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) with Ana Lucia and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
12 – Bossa Nova Em Nova York (Caetano Zamma) with Caetano Zamma and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
13 – Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) with Roberto Menescal and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
14 – Amor no Samba (Normando) with Normando and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves
15 – Passarinho (Chico Feitosa) with Chico Feitosa and Quarteto de Oscar Castro Neves

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Challenge | What is the name of the group and who are they?

26 11 2012

Link original: Challenge | What is the name of the group and who are they?
Publicado em: Wednesday, November 21, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! This is probably the most fantastic challenge game ever at Loronix, truly amazing. The mission is to identify the group and musicians at this wonderful picture. Wins a Rapidshare 1-month Premium account the first who makes it correctly. Good luck!

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Luiz Claudio – O Romantico Luiz Claudio (1961)

25 11 2012

Link original: Luiz Claudio – O Romantico Luiz Claudio (1961)
Publicado em: Wednesday, November 21, 2007 by zecalouro

It is always great to show an album recorded by this great Brazilian singer. It is also amazing how people get surprised when take Luiz Claudio for a first hearing. In spite of being an acclaimed singer in the 60’s, Luiz Claudio is almost unknown today, even some friends have a good knowledge of the music from Brazil — I’m talking about respectful people here — never had the chance to hear Luiz Claudio and they use to write enthusiastic emails with many thanks for revealing Luiz Claudio. Their albums are not easy to find and I think this one will take everybody by surprise, except the bossanovadreamer, I sent this one to him last year. Let’s see.

This is Luiz Claudio – O Romantico Luiz Claudio (1961), for RCA Victor. Little I know about this album and I could not find a single reference when searching e-bay, popsike and Gemm. The back cover brings only track listing with lyrics with no credits to arrangers and musicians in this set. Tracks include:

01 – Basta Olhar Pra Mim (Édson Menezes / Roberto Faissal)
02 – Foi Num Trem (Luis Cláudio de Castro / Nazareno de Brito)
03 – My Funny Valentine (Rodgers / Hart)
04 – Barqueiro Triste (Newton Pereira / Ivan Paulo)
05 – Fingimento (Marco Antônio Prates)
06 – É Melhor Esquecer (Artur Barbosa)
07 – Duas Contas (Garoto)
08 – Tira Esse Sorriso do Caminho (Ivon Cury)
09 – Quando Te Encontrar (Luis Cláudio de Castro)
10 – Canção de Amor (Elano de Paula / Chocolate)
11 – Bem (Daisy Amaral)
12 – Lábios Vermelhos (Almeida Rego / Newton Ramalho)

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Varios Artistas – Parada de Sucessos (1951)

25 11 2012

Link original: Varios Artistas – Parada de Sucessos (1951)
Publicado em: Wednesday, November 21, 2007 by zecalouro

This record is a piece of history and you should take it from this perspective. Sinter was the first Brazilian record company to release LPs, a major improvement compared with the old 78rpm with one track on each side, and this is just the second LP released by Sinter. This 10-inch is very old, so old that Sinter did not use vinyl, but the same plastic material from the 78rpms. When I took it for a wash, I had no hope that I could take a clean sound, but the record played very nice. Let’s see.

This is Parada de Sucessos (1951), for Sinter, the second LP produced in Brazil, featuring Os Cariocas, Ze Menezes, Geraldo Pereira, Carolina Cardoso de Menezes, among others. The tracks with Os Cariocas and Ze Menezes are really great, my favorites. Another nice thing about this album, the 78rpms, did not bring cover artworks; we should take this album as the second LP Brazilian cover artwork. I don’t like this cover and taking a look at the later Sinter releases, I think they learn fast on making nice ones. Tracks include:

The Performers

Os Cariocas
Jose Menezes
Orquestra Copacabana
Milita Meirelles
Carolina Cardoso de Menezes
Heleninha Costa
Geraldo Pereira

Track List

01 – De Papo Pro Á (Joubert de Carvalho) with José Menezes
02 – Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso) with Orquestra Copacabana
03 – Senhora Tentação (Agustin Lara) with Milita Meireles
04 – Baionando (Humberto Teixeira / Luis Gonzaga) with Carolina Cardoso de Menezes
05 – Tim Tim Por Tim Tim (Geraldo Jacques / Haroldo Barbosa) with Os Cariocas
06 – Não Interessa Não (José Menezes / Bittencourt) with José Menezes
07 – Afinal (Ismael Netto / N. Holanda) with Heleninha Costa
08 – Pedro do Pedregulho (Geraldo Pereira) with Geraldo Pereira

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Os Velhinhos Transviados – O Natal dos Velhinhos Transviados (1966) EP

25 11 2012

Link original: Os Velhinhos Transviados – O Natal dos Velhinhos Transviados (1966) EP
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! It happens every year and it is impossible to ignore. Natal, Christmas, Navidad, Noel, Kurisumasu, Natale, no matter how you say in your part of the world, it is coming closer. I have a problem with Christmas albums and their very predictable songs, but once in a while you find something really unique, such like last Christmas when we made really nice albums. I’m not sure if we can keep last year’s pace, but I want to start great with this one, sent for last Christmas by a friend that I cannot remember right now. Let’s see.

This is Os Velhinhos Transviados – O Natal dos Velhinhos Transviados (1966), for RCA Victor, a compacto duplo (EP), featuring four Christmas tracks and this really nice cover that worth the admission price. It is Christmas, so I’m making it with no Rapidshare. Tracks include:

01 – Jingle Bells (D. P.)
02 – White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
03 – Boas Festas (Assis Valente)
04 – Noite Silenciosa (Franz Gruber)

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Lenita Bruno – Modinhas fora de Moda (1958) arrangements by Leo Peracchi

25 11 2012

Link original: Lenita Bruno – Modinhas fora de Moda (1958) arrangements by Leo Peracchi
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 by zecalouro

Some albums puts a question mark in front of me with a disturbing question: why did not make it earlier? And that’s exactly what I’m asking myself now; I have this album with me years before creating Loronix. Perhaps I thought we need more time to understand it better. In spite of being an acclaimed masterpiece, Modinhas fora de Mora is not for beginners, it brings a very old Brazilian music style, Modinhas. According with my searches, the Modinha style is considered the first Brazilian authentic musical creation of the modern ages, which is something that puts the style before the creation of Samba, Choro and many others. The creation of the Modinha is estimated in the year of 1787. Let’s see.

This is Lenita Bruno – Modinhas Fora de Moda (1958), for Festa, featuring the singing of the acclaimed Lenita Bruno and arrangements of his husband, Maestro Leo Peracchi. Credits should be also given to Irineu Garcia, which is the owner of the legendary label Festa, responsible for several important releases, such as the album considered one of the Bossa Nova first steps, Cancao do Amor Demais with Elizeth Cardoso, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes. Modinhas Fora de Moda also received enthusiastic acknowledgements from Maestro Heitor Villa Lobos, considering this album an extraordinary record for its music and also for the work made by Irineu Garcia, Leo Peracchi and Lenita Bruno to revisit the old genre. Lenita Bruno singing is wonderful and Maestro Leo Peracchi makes a fantastic job on arrangements. Tracks include:

01 – Cantigas (Alberto Nepomuceno / Branca Colaço)
02 – Casinha Pequenina (Tradicional / Adpt. Léo Peracchi)
03 – Se os Meus Suspiros Pudessem (Batista Siqueira)
04 – Hei de Amar-te Até Morrer (Mário de Andrade)
05 – Canção da Felicidade (Barroso Neto / Nosor Sanches)
06 – Lundú da Marquesa de Santos (Villa-Lobos / Viriato Correia)
07 – Conselhos (Carlos Gomes / Velho Experiente)
08 – Foi Numa Noite Calmosa (Luciano Gallet)
09 – Cantiga (Barroso Neto / Luis Guimarães)
10 – Róseas Flores da Alvorada (Mário de Andrade)
11 – Modinha (Jaime Ovalle / Manuel Bandeira)
12 – 1ª Trova (Alberto Nepomuceno / Joaquim Osório Duque Estrada)
13 – 2ª Trova (Alberto Nepomuceno / Magalhães Azeredo)

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Quinteto Romantico – Bastante Intimo

25 11 2012

Link original: Quinteto Romantico – Bastante Intimo
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 by zecalouro

 

Here we go on the second album released at Loronix recorded by this really interesting label, SPOT, a Copacabana subsidiary that released less than ten titles in the 60’s, being today disputed item of Bossa Nova collectors. SPOT albums features well-known and not credited musicians, such as the first one released at Loronix, Conjunto Castelinho – Os Donos da Bossa (1964), which is in fact Eumir Deodato e Os Catedraticos. Let’s see this one.

This is Quinteto Romantico – Bastante Intimo (no date), for SPOT, featuring non-credited musicians or a non-credited group, performing Brazilian standards in the Para Dancar style. Little I know about this album and I urge Loronixers to get along to understand what is behind it. Tracks include:

01 – A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
02 – Segredo (Herivelto Martins / Marino Pinto) Nunca (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
03 – Duas Contas (Garoto) Dó-ré-mi (Fernando César)
04 – Alguém Como Tu (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim) Não Tem Solução (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle)
05 – Cansei de Ilusões (Tito Madi) Molambo (Jaime Florence “Meira” / Augusto Mesquita)
06 – Canção de Amor (Elano de Paula / Chocolate) Canção da Volta (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
07 – Não Tenho Você (Paulo Marques / Ari Monteiro) Se Você Se Importasse (Peterpan)
08 – Folhas Mortas (Ary Barroso) Prece (Vadico / Marino Pinto)
09 – Ninguém Me Ama (Fernando Lobo / Antônio Maria) Se Eu Morrese Amanhã (Antônio Maria)
10 – Foi a Noite (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça) Neste Mesmo Lugar (Klécius Caldas / Armando Cavalcanti)

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Esse disco é, na realidade, uma reedição de um disco do Ribamar que já foi publicado aqui nos Órfãos do Loronix.





Marilia Barbosa, Victor Hugo & Jose Ricardo – Para Viver um Grande Amor (1969)

24 11 2012

Link original: Marilia Barbosa, Victor Hugo & Jose Ricardo – Para Viver um Grande Amor (1969)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Let’s start the day with a brand new contribution by Caetano Rodrigues. Actually, I have been receiving several emails from friends asking for new Caetano Rodrigues contributions and I want to address this request here. It’s my fault, parrot problems, Caetano exchanges his collection using MD, those small rewriteable discs, and my equipment was defective during the last months. The solution came last week with the acquisition of a new one. Caetano Rodrigues makes the difference in terms of Bossa Nova LPs. Stay tuned for the forthcoming weeks. Meanwhile, let’s see this one.

This is Marilia Barbosa, Jose Ricardo and Victor Hugo – Para Viver um Grande Amor (1969), for RCA Victor, a jointly debut LP of Marilia Barbosa, Jose Ricardo and Victor Hugo. I cannot remember another album with three artists together recording for the first time a solo LP; in fact, Jose Ricardo is a veteran with two previous LPs by the same RCA Victor. Perhaps I’m wrong, Victor Hugo could not move further with a recording career, while Marilia Barbosa became a star with several albums recorded and active until today. There is another artist performing at Para Viver um Grande Amor, Antonio Lucio, on track 12 – Para Viver um Grande Amor, but he does not sing, just speaks this Vinicius de Moraes poem. Seems weird, but is really nice, mainly for the many fans of Marilia Borbosa, I’m sure Para Viver um Grande Amor is pretty unknown among them. Tracks include:

The Performers

Marilia Barbosa
Victor Hugo
Jose Ricardo

Track List

01 – Hoje É Dia de Amor (Luis Bonfá / Maria Helena Toledo) with Marília Barbosa
02 – Brigas Nunca Mais (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) with José Ricardo
03 – Você e Eu (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes) with Victor Hugo
04 – Deve Ser Amor (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes) with Marília Barbosa
05 – Só Tinha de Ser Com Você (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira) with Victor Hugo
06 – Tem Dó (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes) with Marília Barbosa
07 – Este Seu Olhar (Tom Jobim) Só Em Teus Braços (Tom Jobim) with Jose Ricardo / Marilia Barbosa
08 – Primavera (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes) with José Ricardo
09 – Você (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) with Marília Barbosa
10 – Minha Namorada (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes) with Victor Hugo
11 – Se Todos Fossem Iguais a Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) with José Ricardo
12 – Para Viver Um Grande Amor (Vinicius de Moraes) Texto with Antônio Lúcio

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Varios Artistas – I Bienal do Samba (1968)

24 11 2012

Link original: Varios Artistas – I Bienal do Samba (1968)
Publicado em: Monday, November 19, 2007 by zecalouro

I could not avoid a big smile when I found this album available at a vinyl shop for a unbelievable price last week. It’s a ritual to phone call Caetano Rodrigues to report these amazing findings. Caetano almost faint when I tell him a find such like this one, one of the 100 essential albums on Luiz Americo website and a really solid record. Caetano Rodrigues sent it to us in the beginning of this year, but I think it is necessary to provide it again to Loronixers. I can tell you with no hesitation that we have great music here. Let’s see.

This is I Bienal do Samba (1968), for Philips, featuring awarded tunes from I Bienal do Samba, a music contest, such as the old festivals from the 60’s, featuring renowned Brazilian artists. I have no doubt this is the best Festival album recorded, this competition was amazing and the winner was Elis Regina, performing Lapinha with Os Originais do Samba and Baden Powell, the remaining positions are indicated on track list. This record is delicious to hear and I’m glad that we now have improved cover artwork and FLAC files alternative. Tracks include:

The Performers
Elis Regina with Baden Powell and Os Originais do Samba
MPB-4
Marilia Medalha
Paulo Marquez
Jair Rodrigues
Arlete Maria
Claudette Soares
Jose Ventura

Edu Lobo with Marcia

Track List

01 – (1) Lapinha (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro) – Elis Regina
02 – Quem Dera (Sidney Miller) – MPB-4
03 – Luandaluar (Sergio Ricardo) – Marília Medalha
04 – Marina (Sinval Silva) – Paulo Marques
05 – (6) Coisas do Mundo Minha Nêga (Paulinho da Viola) – Jair Rodrigues
06 – Protesto Meu Amor (Pixinguinha / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho) – Arlete Maria
07 – (4) Canto Chorado (Billy Blanco) – Jair Rodrigues
08 – (2) Bom Tempo (Chico Buarque) – Claudette Soares
09 – (5) Tive Sim (Cartola) – Paulo Marques
10 – (3) Pressentimento (Élton Medeiros / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho) – Marília Medalha
11 – Quando a Polícia Chegar (João da Bahiana) – José Ventura
12 – Rainha Porta-bandeira (Edu Lobo / Ruy Guerra) – Edu Lobo / Márcia

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Last Minute Video: Elis Regina, Baden Powell and Os Originais do Samba performing Lapinha and celebrating their first prize at I Bienal do Samba.





Orquestra do Sindicato dos Musicos Profissionais do Rio de Janeiro – Orquestra de Dancas (1957) 10-inch

23 11 2012

Link original: Orquestra do Sindicato dos Musicos Profissionais do Rio de Janeiro – Orquestra de Dancas (1957) 10-inch
Publicado em: Monday, November 19, 2007 by zecalouro

I decided to anticipate the celebration originally scheduled for November 22th, which is the Musicians Day, at least in Brazil, I don’t know if. Last year, we celebrate showing a mosaic with a picture of Baden Powell made with small tiles of LP covers. I’m making something different this year, presenting an album with a lot of musicians in the recording session. It was not easy to find this one and I think the mission was very well done. Let’s see.

This is Orquestra do Sindicato dos Músicos Profissionais do Rio de Janeiro – Orquestra de Dancas – Jubileu de Ouro do Sindicato dos Músicos Profissionais dos RJ (1957), for Sinter, a really beautiful album featuring several well-known musicians celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Sindicato dos Musicos Profissionais do Rio de Janeiro. Don’t let the album title cheats you; this is not a “Para Dancar” release. Tracks include:

Personnel

Lyrio Panicali, Astor Silva, Arcy Barbosa, Helio Marinho, Pachequinho, Nelson dos Santos
(arrangements)

K-Ximbinho, Paulo Moura, Pedrinho (H. de Souza), Wilson J. Nogueira, Jorginho (Jorge F. da Silva), Arcy Barbosa
(sax alto)

Cipó, Juarez A. de Araújo, Zé Bodega, Bijú, Aurino, Fernando Barros Pinto, Walter Rosa, Mirandinha
(sax tenor)

Orpheu Gelmini, Aurino Januário Aló
(sax baritone)

José Marques, Luis Mendes, José Barreto, Hélio Roxo, Formiga, Geroaldo Elias de Souza, Alberico Moura, Jairo, Mozart Ituassu, Julinho Barbosa, Maurílio Santos, Enedyr Santos, Chaguinha, Hamilton Cruz, Guaxini, José Moura, Wagner Naegele
(trumpet)

Nelson dos Santos, Astor Silva, Norato, Manoel Araújo, Macaxeira, Waldemar Moura, Joãosinho (João Luis), Armando Palla, Edmundo Maciel, Osvaldo P. de Lyra, Algion Nagele
(trombone)

Zeca (José Marinho), Fats Elpidio, Paulo de Jesus
(piano)

Bambino, Waldyr Marinho, Dalmo Bonturi, Vidal, Rodolpho Taranto, Gagliardinho
(bass)

Hildofredo A. Correia, Paulo Magalhães, Dom Um Romão
(drums)

Del Loro, Geraldo Miranda
(guitar)

Del Loro, Bide, Caramujo, Sebastião Gomes, Gilson F. C. Mello

(percussion)

Track List

01 – Tira a Minha Letra (Valdrido Silva) Samba
02 – Sedutor (Osvaldo Lira / Carlito) Choro
03 – Volta Para Mim (Cyro Monteiro / Osvaldo Lyra) Samba
04 – Glorinha (Arcy Barbosa) Choro
05 – Depois do Baile (Astor Silva) Choro
06 – Seleção de Baiões (Pot-pourri) Baião
07 – Discos na Vitrine (Luis de França / Nelson Bastos) Choro
08 – Esquisito (Osvaldo Lyra / Bucy Moreira / Haroldo Torres) Maxixe

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Selecoes de Humberto Teixeira – Eu Sou o Baiao (1953) 10-inch

23 11 2012

Link original: Selecoes de Humberto Teixeira – Eu Sou o Baiao (1953) 10-inch
Publicado em: Sunday, November 18, 2007 by zecalouro

The music from Brazil seems to be endless, after 18 months of Loronix, we still have major and untouched fields to be explored, such like the genre being introduced with this post, a very important musical style that is not very well known outside Brazil, but has an enormous influence on much of we use to listen as modern Brazilian popular music at Loronix. This post is all about Baiao, created in Brazil Northeast and made popular in the mid 40’s by Luiz Gonzaga and Humberto Teixeira. Baiao dominated Brazilian popular music from decades, recorded by well-known artists to Loronixers such as Dolores Duran, Dick Farney, Luiz Bonfa, among many others. Let’s see.

This is Selecoes de Humberto Teixeira – Eu Sou o Baiao (1953), for Radio, featuring a selected repertoire by Humberto Teixeira arranged by Guio de Morais and performed by Trio de Bronze, Maristela, Dea Camargo and Guio de Morais. This is a real find, I got amazed hearing this album with eight Humberto Teixeira compositions performed by such different and unknown artists. I think the natural follow up to this post should be an album recorded by Luiz Gonzaga, the longtime Humberto Teixeira partner, accordionist and the undisputed king of Baiao style. I urge Loronixers to feedback this really unique album. Tracks include:

The Performers

Guio de Morais
Trio de Bronze
Maristela
Dea Camargo

Track List

01 – Eu sou o Baiao with GUIO DE MORAIS
02 – Pombinha Estrangera with TRIO DE BRONZE
03 – Bate o Bombo with Orquestra
04 – Veio Amo with MARISTELA
05 – Baiao em Paris with Orquestra
06 – Adeus Maria Fulo with DEA CAMARGO
07 – Carrapicho with TRIO DE BRONZE
08 – Baiao de Sao Sebastiao with GUIO DE MORAIS

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças ao amigo Andreas ele pode ser buscado 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!)





Challenge | What is the name of this vocal group and who are they?

23 11 2012

Link original: Challenge | What is the name of this vocal group and who are they?
Publicado em: Sunday, November 18, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! I want to start today with another addictive Challenge game, featuring a very old colored picture sent by a mysterious contributor. Today’s mission is not easy to accomplish and includes a trap. Take care. What is the name of this vocal group and who are they?

Hope uEnjoy!





LA4 – Zaca (1980)

22 11 2012

Link original: LA4 – Zaca (1980)
Publicado em: Sunday, November 18, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! I had great plans for this Saturday night, but a last minute issue (successfully solved), changed everything. In order to keep you entertained this Sunday, I decided to make one single post. However, when we make just one release, it is nice to make something to please everybody. I could not believe when I saw this record, featuring a quartet that I did not realize the existence. Additionally, the album title is very similar to the name of the parrot that writes these lines. Let’s see.

This is LA4 – Zaca (1980), for Concord Jazz, featuring Laurindo Almeida, Bud Shank, Ray Brown and Jeff Hamilton. LA4 started in 1974, recording eight albums until dismissing in 1982. This is their sixth and all others were also recorded for Concord Jazz. I’m making available the original first vinyl issue with a slight different cover from the later well-known CD issue. This is what I know about LA4, perhaps Nathanael from Laurindo Almeida in the Heart can bring to us additional information about them. Stay tuned at comment section. Tracks include:

Personnel

Laurindo Almeida
(guitar)
Bud Shank
(sax, flute)
Ray Brown
(bass)
Jeff Hamilton
(drums)

Track List

01 – Zaca (Bud Shank)
02 – You Can’t Go Home Again (D. Sebesky)
03 – A Child Is Born (T. Jones)
04 – O Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
05 – Close Enough For Love (Theme For ”Agatha”) (Johnny Mandel / Paul Williams)
06 – Pavanne Op 50 (Gabriel Fauré)
07 – Secret Love (Sammy Fain / Paul Francis Webster)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Avaxhome.





Elza Soares – Licao de Vida (1976)

22 11 2012

Link original: Elza Soares – Licao de Vida (1976)
Publicado em: Saturday, November 17, 2007 by zecalouro

 

 

Elza Soares is all about Loronix and I was really missing her. It has been four months since the last Elza Soares release, which is almost a century in terms of Elza Soares popularity among Loronixers. I was really amazed by this album including the back cover featuring Elza Soares husband, Garrincha, one of the greatest soccer players in history. I spent a great time today browsing Ruy Castro’s book on Garrincha, very well done with lots of information about Elza Soares. This album was recorded just before they split, after 15 years of marriage and has much of Elza Soares personal feelings of that time. Let’s see.

This is Elza Soares – Licao de Vida (1976), for Tapecar, the third out of four albums recorded for Tapecar after the end of Elza Soares golden years at Odeon. Licao de Vida has is arranged by Ed Lincoln and Paulo Moura with musical direction by Ed Lincoln. Unfortunately, musicians in this session were not credited and could not be identified. I don’t want to keep you busy with my writing. Elza Soares is self-explanatory. And have a nice weekend with Licao de Vida. Tracks include:

01 – Malandro (Jorge Aragão / Jotabê)
02 – Cipriano (Sidney da Conceição / Romeo Nunes)
03 – Lição de Vida (Paulo de Capitólia)
04 – Pinta e Borda (Belizário / Di Ferraz)
05 – Rainha dos Sete Mares (Avarese / Lino Roberto / Alfredo Silva)
06 – A Rosa (Efson)
07 – Curumbandê (Beto Baiano)
08 – Nó na Tristeza (Vicente Matos / Carlito Cavalcanti)
09 – Deus e Viola (Neoci / Dida)
10 – Estou Com Raiva de Você (Miro Barbosa / Jorge Roberto)
11 – Samba Minha Raiz (Dona Ivone Lara / Delcio Carvalho)
12 – Sal e Pimenta (Nazareno de Brito / Newton Ramalho) Mulata Assanhada (Ataulfo Alves) Beija-me (Roberto Martins)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Flabbergasted.





Lyrio Panicali – Panicali Italiano (1966)

22 11 2012

Link original: Lyrio Panicali – Panicali Italiano (1966)
Publicado em: Saturday, November 17, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! I think that everybody had the chance to visit or Music from All Countries celebration at Loronix, a great event sponsored by Caetano Rodrigues with special posts to the ten countries that delivered more visits to Loronix last year. I was browsing the actual statistics yesterday when I noticed that Italy has moved from the 8th to 7th position. I was thinking about making something for Italy, when I found this album lost in the middle of others, featuring the Italian born Maestro Lyrio Panicalli delivering arrangements to a repertoire of Italian songs. Let’s see.

This is Lyrio Panicali – Panicali Italiano (1966), for Odeon with liner notes by Lyrio Panicali explaining that Panicali Italiano was made by Odeon request. By the way, very nice liner notes written by the Maestro, saying his recipe to this album, which is 12 nice songs in his heart, 12 good violins, 2 violas, 3 cellos, in the other side of the studio, 3 flutes, 2 piston and 2 trombones and on top of everything 1 violao, 1 electric guitar, 1 bass and 1 drums. And to give more spice, harp, electric organ and a “well tempered” harpsichord. Let’s see how Lyrio Panicali manages these Italian songs, very difficult to write with my limited Italian language knowledge. Tracks include:

01 – L’ultima Telefonata (Último Telefonema) (P. Donaggio / V. Pallavicini)
02 – Nessuno Mi Puo Giudicare (Ninguém Poderá Julgar-me) (M. Panzeri / D. Pace / L. Beretta / M. del Prete)
03 – Il Mondo (O Mundo) (Fontana / Pes / Meccia)
04 – Cominciamo Ad Amarci (Começamos a Amar) (V. Pallavicini / Mescoli)
05 – Ho Capito Che Ti Amo (Eu Sinto Que Te Amo) (L. Tenco)
06 – Dio Come Ti Amo (Deus Como Te Amo) (Domenico Modugno)
07 – Io Te Daró Di Piu (Eu Te Darei Bem Mais) (Memo Remigi / A. Testa)
08 – Una Casa In Cima Dal Mondo (Uma Casa Sobre o Mundo) (V. Pallavicini / P. Donaggio)
09 – Nessuno Di Voi (Kramer / Pallavicini)
10 – Se Piangi Se Ridi (Se Choras Se Ris) (Satti / F. D. Marchetti / Mogol)
11 – Si Fa Sera (Amurri / De Martino)
12 – Se Non Avessi Piu Te (Se Não Houvesse Você) (Zambrini / Enriquez / Migliacci)

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças à amiga Eliane ele foi conseguido. Agora está também disponível no Parallel Realities.