Luiz Bonfa – Violao Boemio (1957)

5 01 2013

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Publicado em:  Sunday, January 06, 2008 by zecalouro

 Luiz Bonfa - Violao Boemio (1957)
Hello, good evening! Someone said the easiest way to spoil something is to change it. This is exactly what happened today with Loronix performance for some hours. I received reports from friends saying it was impossible to reach the first page. The introduction of Loronix Preview Center was the problem and I had to manage a solution that only came late tonight, sorry about this outage. In the other hand, while searching for the root cause of the problem, I could address some improvements that will make our site faster.Anyway, it is late in Brazil and I do not want to let you with no updates. We will have only this album today, a very important record in the very beginning of Loronix that makes me feel pleased to make available again on an above the average quality. Let’s see.

This is Luiz Bonfa – Violao Boemio (1957), for Odeon, presented here with an early 60’s Imperial reissue. I don’t remember if I said before that Imperial is an Odeon subsidiary that sold Odeon catalog using a door-to-door sales business model, such like the one used by Avon. Perhaps coincidences, but every Imperial vinyl I have are clean and play with no scratches. Imperial albums were manufactured with a sticker closing the hole in the middle of record to guarantee that potential buyers were not purchasing used albums.

I got this one with this sticker and I had to remove it before transfer to digital. Violao Boemio is one of the first Luiz Bonfa albums made available at Loronix and several friends could reach usfor the first time using Google to find this album. Check at Loronix Preview Center 01 – Bom que Doi, featuring Luiz Bonfa violao backed by a small percussion section, summarizing the whole experience. I’m sure that you will come back here after your test-drive at our new Preview Center. The first cover is Imperial reissue and the second is original Odeon 1957 first issue. Tracks include:

01 – Bom Que Doi (Luis Bonfá)
02 – Boulevard (Luis Bonfá)
03 – Abismo de Rosas (Américo Jacomino “Canhoto”)
04 – Índia (José Asunción Flores)
05 – Paramaribo (Luis Bonfá)
06 – Tinguá (Luis Bonfá)
07 – Dobradinho (Luis Bonfá)
08 – Eurídice (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – Da Cor do Pecado (Bororó)
10 – Walquíria (Josué de Barros)
11 – Dona Carol (Luis Bonfá)
12 – Feitiço da Vila (Noel Rosa / Vadico)

This is Luiz Bonfa – Violao Boemio (1957), at Loronix.

Hope uEnjoy!


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3 responses

5 01 2013

Cade o link de download?

O link do rapidshare estah com a quota esgotada.

5 01 2013

É só tentar de novo, no mesmo dia, depois das 21:00 Hs, quando a quota de download é zerada …

26 01 2013

Comentários originais:
Kreed said…
Amigo!!…me has hecho el hombre mas feliz!! hehehe…buscaba por muchos lados este LP, gracias gracias!!!!
Con este LP voy completando lentamente mi discografia de Luiz Bonfa.
Ojala que subas mas discos de Bonfa, te lo agradeceria muchisimo.
Lo vuelvo a decir, muchisimas gracias por esta oportunidad.

Desde Chile, um abraço.

Thursday, 17 August, 2006
tunestop said…
awesome post

Sunday, 06 January, 2008
Tiki said…
Thanks for your blog! It is one of the very best!

Sunday, 06 January, 2008
PabloSZ said…
Hola Zeca! Muchas gracias por este disco !!!

Por favor, si podés hacer un repost de “Melodias Das Americas” y “Brazil King of Bossa Nova and Guitar” en FLAC te lo agradecería de todo corazón !!!

Saludos ,

Monday, 07 January, 2008

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