Mauricio Einhorn – Me (1980)

28 02 2013

Link original: Mauricio Einhorn – Me (1980)
Publicado em: Monday, March 10, 2008 by zecalouro

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I was postponing this post for several days, just because I did not feel capable to write something meaningful and appropriate to the importance of this artist to Brazilian music. This post is an update, perhaps one of the most important among many others that need improvements and best approach to our community. Maurício Einhorn is a true legend, one of the most original musicians on his instrument — the harmonica — and one of the most important Brazilian popular music composers for decades. Let’s see.

This is Mauricio Einhorn – ME (1980), for Clam/Continental, the debut LP of an artist that started professionally in the year of 1947, recorded for the first time in 1949 with an harmonica band, the Brazilian Rascals, had a composition recorded for the first time in 1960, Sambop (Mauricio Einhorn / Durval Ferreira), but could only release his first solo LP in 1980. Anyway, it is not necessary to say that you cannot miss this one, ME is an excellent album, featuring Mauricio Einhorn compositions and his outstanding harmonica playing backed by a constellation of Brazilian musicians. Tracks include:

Personnel

Mauricio Einhorn
(harmonica)
Nelson Ayres
(piano)
Roberto Sion
(flute, alto and soprano sax)
Luizao
(bass)
Paulo Braga
(drums at 06, 09)
Gege
(drums at 07)
Marku Ribas
(drums, percussion, voice)
Sebastiao Tapajos
(violao)

Track List

01 – Batida Diferente (A Different Beat) (Maurício Einhorn / Durval Ferreira)
02 – Sarro (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)
03 – Alvorada (Luis Fernando Freire / Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)
04 – Estamos Aí (Maurício Einhorn / Durval Ferreira / Regina Werneck)
05 – Brinquedo (Toy) (Maurício Einhorn / José Schettini)
06 – Limbo (Theme From Ron Carter And Jim Hall) (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)
07 – Claus (Maurício Einhorn / Celso Loch)
08 – Tristeza de Nós Dois (Maurício Einhorn / Durval Ferreira / Bebeto)
09 – Sketch (Maurício Einhorn / José Schettini)
10 – Jóia (Joy) (Maurício Einhorn / Alberto Arantes)

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Radames Gnattali e Laurindo de Almeida – Suite Popular Brasileira para Violao e Piano (1956)

28 02 2013

Linl original: Radames Gnattali e Laurindo de Almeida – Suite Popular Brasileira para Violao e Piano (1956)
Publicado em: Sunday, March 09, 2008 by zecalouro

Radames Gnattali e Laurindo Almeida - Suite Popular Brasileira (1956)

This Sunday is different from all others. Under normal conditions, Sunday delivers a low traffic at Loronix, but not the second Sunday of February, lasting 3 hours to the end, this Sunday is already the busiest one in Loronix history. That’s why I decided to show you a special album at the beginning, sent by my good friend cvllos as of my birthday gift. I don’t need to say more, just look at this cover to understand that we are facing a historical album. Let’s see.

This is Radames Gnattali e Laurindo de Almeida – Suite Popular Brasileira para Violao e Piano (1956), for the underrated Continental label. By the way, I need to say that Continental, a great label that had its peak in the 78rpm years and also in the early 70’s, recorded most of the albums released in the last five days at Loronix, Returning to this nice Continental 10-inch, Radames Gnattali delivers piano playing and all six compositions, while Laurindo Almeida plays violao eletrico “electric acoustic guitar”, which is a really unusual combination. I always thought the first Brazilian album featuring violao and piano was Samambaia by Cesar Camargo Mariano and Helio Delmiro, and then comes cvllos with this one, recorded 24 years before Samambaia in the same concept. Thanks cvllos. Tracks include:

Personnel

Radames Gnattali
(piano)
Laurindo Almeida
(violao eletrico)

Track List

01 – Invocação a Xangô (Radamés Gnattali)
02 – Toada (Radamés Gnattali)
03 – Choro (Radamés Gnattali)
04 – Samba Canção (Radamés Gnattali)
05 – Baião (Radamés Gnattali)
06 – Marcha (Radamés Gnattali)

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Monarco – Monarco (1976)

27 02 2013

Link original: Monarco – Monarco (1976)
Publicado em: Sunday, March 09, 2008 by zecalouro

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monarcoI think this is a perfect close of our first 2008 Samba Saturday at Loronix. Monarco is considered one of the greatest Samba composers in Brazil and never had an approach at Loronix. This is one of the greatest findings of my mother, an album where everything works close to perfection. Monarco performs his compositions backed by a constellation of Brazilian musicians and although recording only a few albums across decades, he is a wonderful Samba interpreter. Let’s see.

This is Monarco – Monarco (1976), for Continental, the first Monarco career LP, featuring the participation of Velha Guarda da Portela, which is a group of renowned Samba artists of Escola de Samba Portela in Rio de Janeiro. Monarco has Ze Menezes in charge of arrangements and features Neco, Dino 7 Cordas, Jorginho, Luizao, Wilson das Neves and many others. I think you cannot skip this one, even if you are not a Samba fan. Tracks include:

Personnel

Ze Menezes
(arrangements, violao, cavaquinho, bandolim)
Jorge Menezes
(violao)
Mane do Cavaco, Neco
(cavaquinho)
Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Doutor, Elizeu Felix, Gordinho, Luna, Marcal
(percussion)
Luizao Maia
(bass)
Wilson das Neves
(drums)
Jorginho
(flute)
Abel Ferreira
(sax, clarinet)

Track List

01 – O Quitandeiro (Paulo da Portela / Monarco) with Velha Guarda da Portela
02 – Ingratidão (Monarco / José Mauro)
03 – Desengano (Aniceto)
04 – Amor Verdadeiro (Monarco)
05 – Tudo Menos Amor (Monarco / Walter Rosa)
06 – Mangueira e Suas Glórias (Monarco)
07 – Duelo Fatal (Monarco)
08 – Amor Fiel (Monarco)
09 – Glorias do Samba (Monarco)
10 – Conselho (Monarco / Manacéa)
11 – Lenço (Monarco / Francisco Santana)
12 – Enganadora (Monarco / Alcides Dias Lopes)

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Noite Ilustrada – Noite Ilustrada (1969)

27 02 2013

Link original: Noite Ilustrada – Noite Ilustrada (1969)
Publicado em: Sunday, March 09, 2008 by zecalouro

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Here we go on our first Loronix Samba Saturday of 2008, showing an artist that deserves a better approach at Loronix, the legendary Brazilian singer Mario de Souza Marques Filho, widely known as Noite Ilustrada, a very important singer with a recording career that spans decades. Noite Ilustrada debut LP is already available at Loronix and has one of the nicest covers I have ever seen, just follow this link, here. Let’s see.

This is Noite Ilustrada – Noite Ilustrada (1969), for Continental, featuring orchestra accompaniement with not credited Maestro, arranger and musicians. Mario de Souza Marques Filho received the artistic name of Noite Ilustrada in his first performance as an artist when the show host, Ze Trindade, forgot his name and took from Noite Ilustrada paints the magazine Noite Ilustrada and had the idea of announce the new singer as Noite Ilustrada. This album is the first out of four releases by Noite Ilustrada in the same year of 1969. Tracks include:

01 – Brasil Moreno (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto)
02 – Olhos Verdes (Vicente Paiva)
03 – Professora (Benedito Lacerda / Jorge Faraj)
04 – Brasa (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)
05 – Mágoa de Pierrot (Geraldo de Andrade Carneiro)
06 – A Primeira História (César Moreno) Rosa Morena (Dorival Caymmi) Isaura (Herivelto Martins / Roberto Roberti) Maria Teresa (Gomes Cardim) Juraci (Antônio Almeida / Ciro de Souza) Laura (Jorge Galati / Nogueira Santos) La Lá Le Lé Li Li (João de Barro / Adalberto Ribeiro) Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago) Mulher (Custódio Mesquita / Sady Cabral)
07 – Exaltação à Bahia (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia)
08 – Atire a Primeira Pedra (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
09 – Cabelos Brancos (Herivelto Martins / Marino Pinto)
10 – Fenix (Ataulfo Alves / Aldo Cabral)
11 – Pedrinhas de Cor (Cícero Nunes / Armando Nunes)
12 – Meu Romance (J. Cascata / Álvaro Nunes)

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Norma Bengell – Norma Canta Mulheres (1977)

27 02 2013

Link original: Norma Bengell – Norma Canta Mulheres (1977)
Publicado em: Saturday, March 08, 2008 by zecalouro

Norma Bengell - Norma, Canta Mulheres (1977)

iwd_4Hello, good evening! We have a good reason to postpone the start of our Samba Saturday at Loronix, the International Women’s Day is being celebrated today and this post is Loronix homage to all women in the world, being also celebrated by Leo Ribeiro and Martoni at their Forma e Elenco Radio Show. I would like also to thanks JOAO-SP and the friends of CBox for shouting about this date, I have to admit that I was not aware of this important date.

Anyway, a special date requires a special post and this one is really special featuring Norma Bengell and her second and last career LP released by Elenco. Let’s see.

This is Norma Bengell – Norma Canta Mulheres (1977), for Elenco, featuring Norma Bengell performing a repertoire with songs composed by girls, no room for men compositions here. This is a fantastic album that follows on that “cannot wait longer” category, it is incredibly hard to find and this copy is not my vinyl transfer. The back cover is missing from the download package and personnel listing is probably incomplete, I’m not sure about it. Sivuca plays a major role at Norma Canta Mulheres, delivering arrangements and playing. If someone has additional information to provide, I will be pleased to update this post with full personnel listing. Tracks include:

Personnel
(partial)

Sivuca
(arrangements)
Rosinha de Valenca
(violao, arrangements)
Celia Vaz
(arrangements, ?)
Tiao Neto, Jamil Joanes
(bass)
Jacques Morellenbaum
(cello)
Ed Maciel
(trombone)
Pascoal Meirelles, Chico Batera
(drums)

Track List

01 – Outra Você Não Me Faz (Dona Ivone Lara)
02 – Inteira (Luhli / Lucina)
03 – Em Nome do Amor (Norma Bengell / Glória Gadelha)
04 – Aprender a Nadar (Marlui Miranda)
05 – A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
06 – Abre Alas (Chiquinha Gonzaga)
07 – Coisas da Vida (Rosinha de Valença)
08 – Pra Que (Glória Gadelha)
09 – Movimento da Vida (Sueli Costa)
10 – O Futuro Me Absolve (Rita Lee)
11 – Boa Pergunta (Joyce)
12 – Resposta (Maysa)

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Arrigo Barnabe e Banda Sabor de Veneno – Clara Crocodilo (1980)

26 02 2013

Link original: Arrigo Barnabe e Banda Sabor de Veneno – Clara Crocodilo (1980)
Publicado em: Saturday, March 08, 2008 by zecalouro

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It is impossible to show this album without explaining the weird story behind it. The idea of making Arrigo Barnabe debut LP came from the last and first Arrigo Barnabe album at Loronix, Facanhas, kindly sent by Ad Hoc. I said to AdHoc that I had this album and it was only a matter of waiting a couple of days to make it.

When I decided to make it a couple of weeks ago, I did not find this album and I got really disappointed. Anyway, every Thursday, I receive my loyal assistance to make some housekeeping and other things. I decided to ask her for the album, the last hope and immediately, she guided me to a hidden place with several albums, including Clara Crocodilo. My Assitance has this mania, if something is scaring, she hides from the view of everybody. Now I’m happy to get back my LP. Just a final warning, get ready for an above the flow of scaring cover artworks. Let’s see.

This is Arrigo Barnabe e Banda Sabor de Veneno – Clara Crocodilo (1980), for Continental, presented here by the original first 1980 vinyl issue. I have special feelings about this album, which is not for beginners; Arrigo Barnabe approximates classical music, popular music with comics using dodecaphonic and atonal elements, delivering a unique output, something very different from the music we use to listen at Loronix. Tracks include:

Banda Sabor de Veneno

Regina Porto
(electric piano, piano, voice)
Bozo Barretti
(synthesizer, electric piano, piano, voice)
Paulo Barnabe
(drums, percussion, voice)
Gi Gibson
(guitar, chorus, voice)
Rogerio Benati
(percussion)
Otavio Fialho
(bass, voice)
Ronei Stella
(trombone)
Chico Guedes
(tenor sax, clarinet)
Baldo Versolatto
(alto sax, clarinet)
Mane Silveira
(soprano sax, flute)
Felix Wagner
(clarinet, contralto clarinet)
Suzana Salles
(voice)
Vania Bastos
(voice)
Arrigo Barnabe
(piano, synthesizer, percussion, narration, vocal)

Special Guests

Eliana Estavao
(voice)
Gilberto Mifune
(voice)
Marcelo Galberti
(clarinet)
Mario Aydar
(cello)
Nono
(trumpet)
Passoca
(voice)
Tete Espindola
(voice, voice arrangements)

Track List

01 – Acapulco Drive-in (Paulo Barnabé / Otávio Fialho / Gilson Gibson / Arrigo Barnabé)
02 – Orgasmo Total (Arrigo Barnabé)
03 – Diversões Eletrônicas (Regina Porto / Arrigo Barnabé)
04 – Instante (Arrigo Barnabé)
05 – Sabor de Veneno (Arrigo Barnabé)
06 – Infortúnio (Arrigo Barnabé)
07 – Office-boy (Arrigo Barnabé)
08 – Clara Crocodilo (Mário Lúcio Cortes / Arrigo Barnabé)

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Elza Soares – EP CD.73 | Tapecar (1976)

26 02 2013

LInk original: Elza Soares – EP CD.73 | Tapecar (1976)
Publicado em: Saturday, March 08, 2008 by zecalouro

Elza Soares - Tapecar (1976)

Hello, good evening! This little record comes to announce that tomorrow we will have a full day devoted to the Samba in Loronix, which is the already legendary Samba Saturday with the first 2008 edition. If you were waiting anxiously for a Samba Saturday, you should say hello to zecalouro’s mother, who is now a frequent reader of Loronix posts through the new translation feature. She read something about the lack of Saturdays devoted to Samba and went on a successful mission to find albums in the style. I have to admit that I’m really surprised with her findings. You should not miss another Samba Saturday at Loronix. Meanwhile, Elza Soares should guide us to be in the mood for tomorrow. Let’s see.

This is Elza Soares – EP CD.73 (1976), for Tapecar, featuring Elza Soares performing four tracks, including the blockbuster Malandro, which is the sample made available at Loronix Preview Center. Tracks include:

01 – Estou Com Raiva De Você (Miro Barbosa / Jorge Roberto)
02 – Nó Na Tristeza (Vicente Matos / Carlito Cavalcanti)
03 – Malandro (Jorge Aragão / Jotabê)
04 – Curumbandê (Beto Baiano)

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