Lenita Bruno e Orquestra – Musica: Antonio Carlos Jobim, Poesia: Vinicius de Moraes | Por Toda Minha Vida (1959)

31 03 2013

Link original: Lenita Bruno e Orquestra – Musica: Antonio Carlos Jobim, Poesia: Vinicius de Moraes | Por Toda Minha Vida (1959)
Publicado em: Sunday, April 27, 2008 by zecalouro

Lenita Bruno - Por Toda a Minha Vida

It is amazing how maturity makes us take things from a different perspective. That’s the feeling I had when took this album again for a hearing, perhaps after more than a decade interval. My previous opinion was of a dated album, which got stuck in time through a style of interpretation and arrangements that was out of my preferences. However, since the day Jose Matos gave it to our community, I take it for a spin every day. Thank you again Jose Matos. Now it is time to show it to Loronixers. Let’s see.

This is Lenita Bruno e Orquestra – Musica: Antonio Carlos Jobim, Poesia: Vinicius de Moraes | Por Toda Minha Vida (1959), for Festa, featuring arrangements by Maestro Leo Peracchi, Lenita Bruno’s husband at that time and not credited at the album due contractual obligations with Odeon. It is really nice to hear very different renditions of well-known Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes music with the beautiful Lenita Bruno lyric singing with the reduced, but perfectly adequate arrangements by Maestro Leo Peracchi. Maestro Radames Gnattali plays piano at Canta, Canta Mais, which is the track selected to Loronix Preview Center. I made several attempts to clean the back cover with no success; it brings liner notes by Antonio Carlos Jobim. You will find a version with no image processing inside the music. If someone skilled on Photoshop can make it, I will really appreciate.

Lenita Bruno - Por Toda a Minha Vida Back

Tracks include:

01 – Por Toda Minha Vida (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – Estrada Branca (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Soneto da Separação (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Valsa de Orfeu (Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Canção de Amor Demais (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – As Praias Desertas (Tom Jobim)
08 – Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – Canta Canta Mais (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
10 – Modinha (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
11 – Cai a Tarde (Tom Jobim)
12 – Sem Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
13 – Eu Não Existo Sem Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Martoni.

Anúncios




Jair Rodrigues – Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso (1980)

31 03 2013

Link original: Jair Rodrigues – Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso (1980)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 26, 2008 by zecalouro

Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso

Hello, good evening! Rumors of my demise in the last two days are absolutely true. It was for a good reason, I decided to create a personal marathon to end this Saturday with all 2008 and 2007 links fixed. Unfortunately, I failed. The first two weeks of January 2007 are still pending, but I have to admit we are above my most optimistic initial estimates of the reactivation. If I have extra energy, I will make a detailed status report with the reconstruction work facts.

Today is Saturday and Saturday is the day of Samba at Loronix and Samba is Jair Rodrigues. Let’s see.

This is Jair Rodrigues – Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso (1980), for Philips, featuring this wonderful cover that perfectly reproduces all elements found in an authentic Roda de Samba in the suburb of Rio de Janeiro, with bottles of beer, rope hanging clothes, the table, the towel style, the snacks and one exception, the green coconuts. I never saw a Roda de Samba with people drinking coconut water. Actually, I never have been in a Roda de Samba. Jair Rodrigues shows a wilder side, with lots of Samba root tracks with the arrangements by Wilson Mauro, Luiz Roberto (Os Cariocas) and Maestro Aécio Flavio. Unfortunately, Philips did not credit musicians. Tracks include:

01 – Estou Lhe Devendo Um Sorriso (Serafim Adriano)
02 – Conversa Fora (Ari do Cavaco / Otacílio)
03 – Cantarola (Wando / Nilo Amaro / Leônidas Paulo)
04 – Mestre Sala do Amor (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
05 – Mais Feliz Quem Sabe Perdoar (Noca da Portela / Daniel Santos)
06 – Ponto Central (Walmir Lima / Jandyr Aragão)
07 – Falso Baiano (Gê Martins / Otacílio)
08 – Moro no Morro (Zuzuca)
09 – Madrigais (Meu Sexto Sentido) (Talismã / Raimundo Prates)
10 – Salve a Bahia (João Nogueira / Edil Pacheco)
11 – Lenda do Rei dos Vaqueiros e do Boi Mandingueiro (Chico Xavier)
12 – Mané Fogueteiro (João de Barro)

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Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Novas Estruturas (1964)

31 03 2013

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Novas Estruturas (1964)
Publicado em: Friday, April 25, 2008 by zecalouro

Luiz Carlos Vinhas - Novas Estruturas

Hello, good evening! The upgrade of this album was quite expected, at least for me, it is one of my favorites and another album that I had the chance to hear for the first time before Loronix was created. I’m making available the converted audio from the original Forma first 1965 issue, as FM-2. By the way, Novas Estruturas is here as the first and already unforgettable contribution of Jose Matos, Loronixer since the early days, which usually observe things without expressing much, but is a great friend and a avid consumer of Brazilian music. I spent a time today with Jose Matos to receive this album (and some others that will be released in the forthcoming days) and he said this album belongs to him since the first day he left the shop, on February 15, 1965, just one day before I was born. At least is what Jose Matos wrote at the back cover. Let’s see.


This is Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Novas Estruturas (1964), for Forma, one of the most exciting Samba Jazz albums released in the 60’s, featuring the piano of Luiz Carlos Vinhas backed up by a constellation of Brazilian musicians, which is something unclear since the first Loronix issue at December 2006. Jose Matos said this music sounds as it was recorded last month and I have to agree with him, Novas Estruturas is a truly amazing album and I’m very happy to make it on Loronix first page again. Personnel listing is detailed at the back cover scan available inside the music. Tracks include:

Luiz Carlos Vinhas - Novas Estruturas - Pessoal

Personnel

Luiz Carlos Vinhas
(piano)
Octavio Bailly, Zezinho, Luiz Marinho
(bass)
Edison Machado, Ronald
(drums)
Mauricio Einhorn
(harmonica)
Edson Maciel, Raul de Souza, Edmundo Maciel
(trombone)
J.T. Meirelles
(flute)
Paulo Moura
(alto sax)
Pedro Paulo, Hamilton
(piston)
Jorge Ferreira da Silva
(alto sax, flute)
Sandoval
(tenor sax)
Aurino
(baritone sax, clarinet)
Waltel Branco
(violao)

Track List

01 – Curta Metragem (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)
02 – Reza (Edu Lobo / Ruy Guerra)
03 – Tempo (Luis Carlos Vinhas)
04 – Primavera (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Mas Que Nada (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)
06 – Nem o Mar Sabia (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
07 – Aboio (Meirelles)
08 – Inútil Paisagem (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
09 – Batucada (Murilo A. Pessoa)
10 – Pensativa (Clare Fischer)
11 – Ad Vinhas (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)

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Jacob do Bandolim e Seu Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Vibracoes (1967)

29 03 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim e Seu Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Vibracoes (1967)
Publicado em: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 by zecalouro

Jacob Do Bandolim & Época De Ouro - Vibrações

I’m not exaggerating and I’m very calm and confident to say that Vibracoes is among the top ten albums available at the entire collection of Loronix, which has registered more than 1700 albums until now. This masterpiece was first made available at June 2007, through a CD transfer made by a friend of a given late 90’s reissue. It is time to do it again, now with the audio transferred from the original 1967 RCA first issue, including hi-res scans from the front and back cover, full of information written by Jacob do Bandolim. Let’s see.

This is Jacob do Bandolim e Seu Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Vibracoes (1967), for RCA Candem. Listen, even if you do not appreciate choro, bandolim or instrumental music. Jacob do Bandolim and Epoca de Ouro deliver definitive interpretations and not yet overcame of standards, including also Jacob do Bandolim compositions and his magnificent Vibracoes, with overwhelming Jacob do Bandolim playing that no one is able to remain indifferent, even those who do not have a particular relationship we have with Brazilian music. I would rely on the willingness of all to exchange comments on this anthological album. Tracks include:

Personnel

Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)

Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Cesar Faria and Carlinhos
(violao)
Jonas
(cavaquinho)
Gilberto D’Avila
(pandeiro)
Jorginho
(percussion)

Track List

01 – Vibrações (Jacob do Bandolim)
02 – Receita de Samba (Jacob do Bandolim)
03 – Ingênuo (Pixinguinha / Benedito Lacerda)
04 – Pérolas (Jacob do Bandolim)
05 – Assim Mesmo (Luis Americano)
06 – Fidalga (Ernesto Nazareth)
07 – Lamento (Pixinguinha)
08 – Murmurando (Fon-Fon)
09 – Cadência (Juventino Maciel)
10 – Floraux (Ernesto Nazareth)
11 – Brejeiro (Ernesto Nazareth)
12 – Vésper (Ernesto Nazareth)

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Varios Artistas – Introducao (1965)

29 03 2013

Link original: Varios Artistas – Introducao (1965)
Publicado em: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 by zecalouro

Introducao

Hello, good evening! There is a curiosity behind this post and this album, I will tell you. This is a contribution made in December 2006 by our great friend Caetano Rodrigues and at that time, I could not understand what was behind this album, except the concept of presenting new artists, which is quite clear through the title, Introducao. However, I did not understand the reason of the phrase “Teenager Series” in the lower right.

We received this week the visit of Juliana Mingotti, who said to be looking for this album for a couple of years. Juliana is the daughter of Wagner Mingotti, author of the first track and pianist of Wan Trio, participating also at the second track as bassist. Wan Trio is the best this album has to offer, recorded by Wagner Mingotti when he was sixteen and probably, all others are below eighteen.

In a quick search, I could realize that Silvinha was the participant that could develop a solid career and according with Juliana, Wagner Mingotti decided to terminate his artistic career after recording this album, which is again available for everyone to know the work of Wagner and all artists at this session. I am keeping the original text, with some modifications. Let’s see.

This is Introducao (1965), for Mocambo, a unique opportunity to listen for the fist time several artists that we never heard before, such as: Wan Trio – Bossa Jazz, Patricia – Singer, Impulso 4 – Bossa Jazz (this one everybody knows), Tony Carbonell – Instrumental, Quinteto Berimbossa – Bossa Jazz, Joao Paulo – Singer, Silvinha – Singer, Octons – Instrumental and Ezequiel – Singer. Most of these artists were probably not successful on their careers and this is what makes this LP a very interesting piece. Tracks include:

01 – Selvagem (Wagner Mingotti) – Wan Trio
02 – Onde Está Você (Oscar Castro Neves) – Patrícia
03 – Morte de Um Deus de Sal (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) – Impulso 4
04 – Desarmonia (Tony Carbonell) – Tony Carbonell
05 – Blues Walk (C. Brown) – Quinteto Berimbossa
06 – História de Duas Crianças (Tony Carbonell / Hernesto Domingues) – João Paulo
07 – Maria Moita (Carlos Lyra) – Silvinha
08 – Tokio’s Blue (H. Silver) – Octons
09 – Paz e Amor (Ezequiel Silva / João Magalhães) – Ezequiel
10 – A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) – Quinteto Berimbossa
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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Martoni e Andreas ele pode ser buscado aqui.

 





Conjunto Bossa Nova – Bossa e Bossa (1959)

28 03 2013

Link original: Conjunto Bossa Nova – Bossa e Bossa (1959)
Publicado em: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 by zecalouro

CapaLPFront

When I spoke about the benefits of fixing all Loronix links a couple of weeks ago, some friends said that I was crazy, needing psychiatric help. This is a great opportunity to explore the old and forgotten past of Loronix, seeking out amazing music from the past, boldly going where no other parrot has gone before. Sorry about reference. Anyway, I found this album today, which is a truly amazing Caetano Rodrigues contribution. It is time to bring it back to the first page. Let’s see.

This is Conjunto Bossa Nova – Bossa é Bossa (1959), for Odeon, in the 7-inch format, the first Roberto Menescal record featuring from the left to right in the picture, Luiz Paulo Nogueira. Helcio Milito, Bebeto, Luiz Carlos Vinhas, Bill Horn and Roberto Menescal. Thanks once again, Caetano, this is a really hard to find album and should make the day of new and old friends of Loronix. Tracks include:

Personnel

Roberto Menescal
(guitar)
Bill Horn
(trumpet)
Luiz Carlos Vinhas
(piano)
Bebeto Castilho
(sax)
Helcio Milito
(drums)
Luiz Paulo Nogueira
(bass)

Track List

01 – Meditação (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
02 – Não Faz Assim (Oscar Castro Neves / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
03 – Minha Saudade (João Donato / João Gilberto)
04 – Céu E Mar (Johnny Alf)

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Radames Gnattali – Ernesto Nazareth (1954)

28 03 2013

Link original: Radames Gnattali – Ernesto Nazareth (1954)
Publicado em: Monday, April 21, 2008 by zecalouro

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Hello, good evening! Yesterday, we had a collaboration of cvllos that was supposed to be a never heard album by the legendary Casé, but it was only a reissue of a previous Caetano Rodrigues collaboration. You can check the story below at Brazilian Jazz Quartet – Jazz & Coffee (1958). Today, the tireless cvllos quickly recover all his prestige to our community, sending an anthological album, which is the first LP recorded by Maestro Radames Gnattali in 1954, entirely dedicated to the work of another important Brazilian musician, Ernesto Nazareth. Let’s see.

This is Radames Gnattali – Ernesto Nazareth (1954), for Continental, featuring Radames Gnattali piano and orchestra arranged by Radames Gnattali. I’m the past of Brazilian instrumental music to the forthcoming Enciclopédia Instrumental Brasileira website and the contribution of Radames Gnattali becomes very clear every day that passes. In Ernesto Nazareth tribute, the young maestro delivers piano playing and makes arrangements for the entire session. This album should be taken by its historical importance, I decided to keep the transfer as close as possible to the original album and some noise occurs. Thanks cvllos for this important contribution to Loronix. Tracks include:

01 – Expansiva (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa
02 – Tenebroso (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango
03 – Ameno Resedá (Ernesto Nazareth) Polca-choro
04 – Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango
05 – Fon-fon (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango
06 – Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth) Polca-choro
07 – Confidências (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa
08 – Batuque (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango

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Como não está disponível em nenhum local, estamos disponibilizando 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!)