Baden Powell – Tempo Feliz (1966)

18 02 2013

Link original: Baden Powell – Tempo Feliz (1966)
Publicado em: Monday, February 25, 2008 by zecalouro


Baden Powell - Tempo Feliz (1966)-BACK

I think there is a small and restricted clubs to albums that brings something very different from all others. I don’t know exactly what these albums have to access this small club, but it is easy to identify these albums when you take one for a hearing. Perhaps a matter of feeling, passion, or some kind of magic that happens in the recoding session, leaving a mark on the music. Tempo Feliz was recorded by Baden Powell and Mauricio Einhorn in only two days, 24 and 25 January 1966 and you should believe me that you are in front of a member of this selected club of albums. Let’s see.

This is Baden Powell – Tempo Feliz (1966), for Forma, a repost, now taken from my original Forma first issue, featuring really necessary upgrades on music, including also hi-res cover scans and the FLAC alternative. I cannot make better than Brazil on Guitar opus tab, once again providing us detailed information on Tempo Feliz. Do not miss Brazil-on-guitar, an overwhelming tribute website to one of the greatest Brazilian musicians ever. Tracks include:

brazilonguitarBrazilOnGuitar says: There is the anecdote that Baden Powell was very drunk during the Tempo feliz sessions. It seems believable, because the film shots of Round Midnight prove to which precise playing and musicality he was capable of in such condition. It is said that the rather shy Baden Powell could only be more extrovert by drinking alcohol. This is very regrettable and he payed a high price, recording such an expressive, relaxed album like Tempo feliz.

This can be seen in his commands, his rhythmic finger clicking and humming along to his musical ideas, which reminds of Keith Jarrett and was rather rare for Baden Powell. It is impressive with which tone, coordination and endurance he played in this jam session.

It is the only recording he did with the Brazilian harmonica player Mauricio Einhorn. Even though they play completely different instruments there were no boundaries between Mauricio and Baden, they were listening and responding to each other. It may seem unfortunate that this was their only recording but nothing remained unsaid. The record’s grooves preserve their musical ideas and contain material for the following generations of guitarists and harmonica players. Tempo feliz is one of the best records, that Baden Powell did in the sixties.

We thank Robert G. (Germany) for his translation.


Baden Powell
Mauricio Einhorn
Edison Lobo
Chico Batera

Track List

01 – Vou Por Aí (Baden Powell / Aloysio de Oliveira)
02 – Apelo (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – A Chuva (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)
04 – Deixa (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Consolação (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Sem Saber (Otto Gonçalves Filho)
07 – Pro Forma (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)
08 – Tempo Feliz (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)


Esse disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.  Como o link de lá ainda não está disponível no momento, estamos fornecendo 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!)



3 responses

18 02 2013

Comentários originais:
Jim R said…
Wonderful, and a favorite album of the mighty Joe Carter!

Thursday, 15 March, 2007
zecalouro said…

4 posts and 4 JimR comments. It seems we had a special day at Loronix.

By the way, were in the world is Joe Carter. He needs to see this one.

Cheers, zeca

Thursday, 15 March, 2007
bossanovadreamer said…
Caaaaetano!!! I would shout if I would be in a soccer arena- Zeca is absolutley fine in his words.
Where does Caetano take his energy-probably only heaven knows…

Best wishes

Thursday, 15 March, 2007
Anonymous said…
Yes, this album is beautiful. One of the best Baden Powell I have been listening to.


Thursday, 15 March, 2007
Mighty Joe Carter said…
I’m here! This is one of those life altering recordings for me. Once I heard it, it changed my life. For those that are interested, I’ve written about it on the “Brazilian Jazz” page of my site, here:

Joe C. (trying to pack up all his CDs to move into a new house)

Thursday, 15 March, 2007
bossanovadreamer said…
Hello Joe,
just want to say you that I was on your website some weeks ago-
I like your guitar playing- very fine

Best wishes

Thursday, 15 March, 2007
Joe Carter said…
Hello Bossanovadreamer aka Tom Jobim:

Thanks for the kind words. I see that you’re in one of my favorite countries. A few years ago Mauricio Einhorn and I played a concert in a small town in the Black Forest where the Hohner factory is. We played a harmonica festival where it was me against 300 harmonica players. The highlight of the week was driving through the Forest. It was beautiful!

All the best.
Joe C.

PS – Commodore Zecarinho: Take your medicine!

Thursday, 15 March, 2007
zecalouro said…
Hello Joe Carter, bossanovadreamer,

Caetano’s medicine is magic. I’m all right.

Joe, I have been upside down several times at Loronix and could not find a link to your mandatory

This is not acceptable and will be addressed with general management.

Good luck with your move.

Cheers, zeca

Friday, 16 March, 2007
Ricardo Moreno de Melo said…
Putz!!! mais um tiro certíssimo do “loronix”. Coisa de louco esse disco do Baden acompanhado por essa turma genial. Mais uma vez felicito a generosidade e carinho desse blog.

Friday, 16 March, 2007
Mikaly said…
Tempo Feliz is definitely one of my favourite albums. Guitar and harmonica play together melodies which carry you away in a beautiful and sweet melancholy. A must-have masterpiece.

Sunday, 22 July, 2007
Maldito ChaChaCha said…
I was lucky to receive tis album from Mauricio himself when I visited his “Loja de Discos” no Largo do Machado in 1967. I visited him as a representative of the Chilean Group of Harmonica players “Ritmotres” and we exchanged our recordings. I’ve been in the Hohner Harmonica Festival and it is intimidating when you hear such wonderful players, I only can imagine Joe Carter playing his guitar there.
Your friend
Jaime, LA, California

Monday, 25 February, 2008
Anonymous said…
Grazie, amici!
Got a friend proficient in many instruments (seriously: brass, reeds, strings) and a lot of time in his hands, playing blues harp since his early teens and listening to all kinds of music, who won’t believe he can “legitimately” blow it in Brazilian settings…
texandrea, Italia

Sunday, 07 December, 2008

3 05 2013

Link is down, someone may have some mirrors, or alternate links?

3 05 2013

OK, a magnet link was provided.

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