Sylvia Telles – Amor em Hi-Fi (1960)

31 01 2013

Link original: Sylvia Telles – Amor em Hi-Fi (1960)
Publicado em: Thursday, January 31, 2008 by zecalouro

Sylvia Telles - Amor Em HI-FI

Let’s close tonight with the update of an album released in the very first beginning of Loronix. I think the update of old and essential posts are very useful to friends who are new to Loronix. There is much to explore in the archives and the updates give better exposition to the best we have available, such like this one, featuring one of the most popular artists in our community. Let’s see.

This is Sylvia Telles – Amor em HI-FI (1960), for Philips, the first album released by Sylvia Telles at Philips, just before the acclaimed Amor de Gente Moca, with Antonio Carlos Jobim repertoire. I like this album, but I think I would like much better if Philips credited more info about. Personnel is totally unknown, including arrangers and musicians in this session with Sylvia Telles performing a repertoire of Bossa Nova standards, a medley with international songs and a Frech version of Antonio Carlos Jobim and Dolores Duran Por Causa de Voce, here as Gardez Moi Pour Toujours. I’m making available a reposting of a video sent by the legendary Mr. E., with Sylvia Telles performing in a Brazilian movie, one of the nicest videos by this great Brazilian diva. Tracks include:

01 – Samba Torto (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
02 – All The Way (Cahn / Hensen) The Boy Next Door (Blaue / Martin) They Can’t Take That Away From Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
03 – Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
04 – Tetê (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
05 – Se É Tarde Me Perdoa (Carlos Lyra / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
06 – Chora Tua Tristeza (Oscar Castro Neves / Luvercy Fiorini)
07 – Dindi (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
08 – Hô-bá-lá-lá (João Gilberto / Aloysio de Oliveira)
09 – Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
10 – Gardez Moi Pour Toujours (Por Causa de Você) (Tom Jobim / Dolores Duran / Vrs. Serge Rodhe)
11 – Não Gosto Mais de Mim (Sergio Ricardo)


Esse disco pode ser buscado no 300 DiscosQuanto ao vídeo, parece que é o que vai abaixo:

Varios Artistas – Chegou a Hora (1960)

31 01 2013

Link original: Varios Artistas – Chegou a Hora (1960)
Publicado em: Thursday, January 31, 2008 by zecalouro

Chegou a Hora (1960)

Hello, good evening! Chegou a Hora! It’s Carnaval time and with this post Loronix officially starts Carnaval celebration. From today, until the end of Carnaval, we will have at least one Carnaval post per day. I will try to approach this big party from a historical perspective, flying over Carnaval across decades. It will not be an easy project, I’m not a parrot with Samba no Pe, but I’m sure we will have a lot of fun together. Let’s start with this one that gave me a lot of work to restore, featuring several artists that I never heard before.

This is Chegou a Hora (1960), for the tiny and legendary label Sideral. I think we could not start better with this one. The cover is a must and the repertoire is all about old Marchinhas, performed by several artists, most of them never mentioned before at Loronix, such as Rogeria, Bob Lins, Anilza Leoni, Zilda do Ze and others. For those who understand Portuguese, the lyrics of 01 – Chegou a Hora are really great with words such like “orgia” used with a very different meaning as of today. It is the selected track of Loronix Preview Center. Tracks include:

The Performers

Anilza Leoni
Jose Augusto
Bob Lins
Gilberto Milfont
Irene Macedo
Zilda do Ze
Afranio Rodrigues
Rubem Gerardi
Ataide Pereira
Fernando Marcel
Regina Flores

Track List

01 – Chegou a Hora (Fausto Guimarães / Sebastião Rodrigues) with Anilza Leoni
02 – Tutuca (Ciro de Souza / Carper) with José Augusto
03 – Sofre Calado (Aldacir Louro / Linda Rodrigues) with Rogéria
04 – Pipa Ôca (William Duba / Nahum Luis / Bob Lins) with Bob Lins
05 – Não Pode Ser (Jota Santos / Carneiro Filho) with Gilberto Milfont
06 – Dando Sopa (Carmen Gomes / Manoel V. Lins / Manoel Mães) with Irene Macedo
07 – Vou Lhe Deixar (João Mascarenhas / Cícero Sá / Gracia) with Anamaria
08 – Estica Estica (Nelson Marques / Ackim Peçanha / Tonio Luna / Zilda do Zé) with Zilda do Zé
09 – Onde Está Você (Mirabeau / Jorge Gonçalves) with Afrânio Rodrigues
10 – Bom Dia (Gracia / João Mascarenhas) with Rubem Gerardi
11 – Banco do Réu (Elias Cortes / Francisco de Almeida / José Silva) with Ataide Pereira
12 – Garota Sapeca (Gracia / João Mascarenhas) with Anamaria
13 – Seu Durval (Nelson Marques / Ackim Peçanha / Airton Montenegro / Fernando Bachur) with Fernando Marcel
14 – Feijão Importado (Breno Souza) with Regina Flores


Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Amilcar e Milan, ele pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.

Joao Gilberto – Joao Gilberto (1970)

30 01 2013

Link original: Joao Gilberto – Joao Gilberto (1970)
Publicado em: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 by zecalouro

Joao Gilberto - Joao Gilberto (1970)

I was wondering what to say when releasing this update and I decided to summarize the liner notes written by Julio Hungria in 1970. He says: “in the future, when Brazilian music has an historical approach, the Brazilian music should be divided in two large and different periods. The Brazilian music before Joao Gilberto and the Brazilian music after Joao Gilberto”.

This is Joao Gilberto – Joao Gilberto (1970), for Philips, also known as Joao Gilberto – En Mexico, since it was recorded in Mexico. There is a story behind Joao Gilberto two-year stay in Mexico. Joao was coming back to Brazil after living in New York from a few years and decided to stop in Mexico City for a concert. A one-night stay turned into a two-year and this album is the outcome of Joao Gilberto years in Mexico, featuring a couple of songs with lyrics in Spanish. I will now listen to Joao Gilberto before sleeping, have a nice day and always stay tuned with Loronix. Tracks include:

01 – De Conversa Em Conversa (Lúcio Alves / Haroldo Barbosa)
02 – Ela É Carioca (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – O Sapo (João Donato)
04 – Esperança Perdida (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco)
05 – Trolley Song (Irving Berlin / Vrs. Haroldo Barbosa)
06 – João Marcelo (João Gilberto)
07 – Farolito (Agustin Lara)
08 – Astronauta (Samba da Pergunta) (Pingarilho / Marcos Vasconcellos)
09 – Acapulco (João Gilberto)
10 – Besame Mucho (Consuelo Velasquez)
11 – Eclipse (Ernesto Lecuona)


Esse disco já tinha sido publicado anteriormente aqui, no Órfãos do Loronix.

Challenge | Who are they?

30 01 2013

Link original: Challenge | Who are they?
Publicado em: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 by zecalouro


Cesar Saldanha just sent several photos that should keep us busy with challenges until Carnaval. I could not wait to make an extra challenge today. Your mission is to identify the group and musicians in this photo taken inside Bottles nightclub, Beco das Garrafas, 1964. Really nice photo.

Hope uEnjoy!

Arrigo Barnabe – Facanhas (1992)

29 01 2013

Link original: Arrigo Barnabe – Facanhas (1992)
Publicado em:  Wednesday, January 30, 2008 by zecalouro

Arrigo Barnabe - Facanhas (1992)

If you are in the mood to listen and get thrilled with something unique and very different from the music usually released at Loronix, this is the album you were looking for, courtesy of AdHoc, a great zecalouro’s friend that really rocks with surprising releases. It seems AdHoc reads my mind sometimes, I have been considering to show something from Arrigo Barnabe for months. There is a lot to explain about Arrigo Barnabe, a very important artist to my background as amateur musician since 1980 when I got paralyzed with Arrigo Barnabe first LP, Clara Crocodilo, a revolutionary album that according with feedback on Facanhas should be released very soon at Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Arrigo Barnabe – Facanhas (1992), for Camerati, featuring Arrigo Barnabe, the founder and most influential artist from Vanguarda Paulistana movement, a group of classically educated musicians from the city of Sao Paulo who blends classical influences to popular music. I spoke about the influence of Clara Crocodilo, a sort of opera rock album with lots of instruments in the set and Facanhas is just the opposite with Arrigo Barnabe at the piano, backed by a small group. AdHoc wisely defines Facanhas as an UFO, traveling across several periods of Brazilian music, from Jovem Guarda to Samba, modinhas, MPB, etc. I would be pleased if Loronixers use comments section to feedback this release. Tracks include:


Arrigo Barnabe
(piano, voice)
Paulo Braga
Mane Silveira
(alto, soprano sax)
Claudio Lucci
Pericles Cavalcanti
(violao, voice at 10 – Bom Sujeito)

Track List

01 – Imagem (Arrigo Barnabé / Roberto Riberti)
02 – Façanhas (Luis Pinheiro)
03 – Lama (Paulo Marques / Aylce Chaves)
04 – Deuses da Voz (Arrigo Barnabé)
05 – Conflito de Geração (Arrigo Barnabé / Hermelino Neder)
06 – Canto I do Inferno (Dante Alighieri / Augusto de Campos / Arrigo Barnabé / Mané Silveira / Paulo Braga)
07 – Sinhazinha Em Chamas (Arrigo Barnabé)
08 – Eu Não Sabia Que Você Existia (Renato Barros / Tony)
09 – Espelho (Arrigo Barnabé)
10 – Bom Sujeito (Péricles Cavalcanti)
11 – Suspeito (Arrigo Barnabé / Hermelino Neder)
12 – Mal Menor (Itamar Assumpção)
13 – Mal Menor (Itamar Assumpção) Vinheta
14 – Pterodáctilo Contemporaneus (Arrigo Barnabé)


Esse disco pode ser buscado no Sacundinbenblog. OBS: no link Sharebee do Sacundin, siga o link DepositFile. É o que está funcionando.

Challenge | Who are they?

29 01 2013

Link original: Challenge | Who are they?
Publicado em: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 by zecalouro


Today’s challenge has several degrees of complexity. The very easy part is to identify the female artist, the identification of the group name is also easy, but the identification of each group member is really challenging. Who can tell me who are they? The girl, the group and the four boys?

Hope uEnjoy!

Os Demonios da Garoa – Sai de Mim, Saudade (1971)

29 01 2013

Link original: Os Demonios da Garoa – Sai de Mim, Saudade (1971)
Publicado em: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 by zecalouro

Demonios da Garoa - Sai de Mim, Saudade (1971)

Hello, good evening! Yesterday, I was sick, in the day before I was busy, in the other day I was bored, but today I feel GREAT, on a really good shape to share the wonderful music from Brazil to our community. My will today is to show four albums instead of the usual two or three and each one different from the other, starting with this one, courtesy of JOAO-SP, which is providing us the chance to know the Samba made in Sao Paulo, very different from the one we are used to hear from Rio de Janeiro artists. Let’s see.

This is Os Demonios da Garoa – Sai de Mim Saudade (1971), for Continental, the first album released at Loronix of this very important vocal and instrumental Samba group, active since the early 40’s until today, with a recording career that spans decades with more than 200 albums recorded on every possible format, including a recent released DVD. Sai de Mim Saudade never had a CD reissue and brings some of the most successful songs performed by Os Demonios da Garoa. I’m curious how Loronixers will feedback these first Samba releases from Sao Paulo sent by JOAO-SP. Tracks include:

01 – Sai de Mim Saudade (Geraldo Nunes / Victor)
02 – Quatro Velas (Sereno / Ubaldo Silva)
03 – Ontem Hoje e Sempre (Aloísio Figueiredo / Mário Aguinaldo / José Guimarães)
04 – Aquarela Amazônica (Belmiro Barrela)
05 – Duplicatas (Victor Simão / J. Nunes)
06 – Izidora (Arnaldo Rosa / Arthur Bernardo)
07 – Não Faço Fé Contigo (J. B. da Silva “Sinhô”)
08 – Canoa Furada (Aloísio Figueiredo / José Guimarães)
09 – No Tempo de Carlito (Victor Simão)
10 – Isto É São Paulo (Kazinho)
11 – Maloca dos Meus Amores (Canarinho)
12 – Bê-a-bá (Tânio Jairo)


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 semeando  depois que você terminar de baixar (uma boa razão seria pelo menos 2 vezes o que você baixar!)