Ed Maciel – Volume 5 (1968)

21 04 2013

Link original: Ed Maciel – Volume 5 (1968)
Publicado em: Thursday, June 12, 2008 by zecalouro

Ed Maciel - Volume 5

Hello, good evening! Since Monday, Loronix has a new back-end application that counts with a very cool feature. This new tool gathers information about the search terms typed at Google that generates a referral to Loronix, providing nice reports about the most common search terms divided by country, continent and even cities.

This is a really important tool. Now I can create reports ranking the most common search terms, really nice to understand what people are looking for. I’m proud that the terms “Loronix” and “zeca louro” are on top of the ranking, followed by renowned artists such like Antonio Carlos Jobim and Baden Powell. In the other hand, this tool shows that many friends really don’t know how to make an efficient use of Google. Several queries are made like questions to Google instead of search terms. It is common to find terms with questions, such like: “I want to read about bossa nova.”, for instance. Another top ranked term is “Duran Duran”, probably made by people looking for information about the rock group Duran Duran arriving here to find Dolores Duran.

Anyway, so far, the great surprise was the trombonist, conductor, arranger and composer Ed Maciel being requested by many people, especially aboard. This post comes in response to this demand for Maestro Ed Maciel music. Let’s see.

This is Ed Maciel –Volume 5 (1968), for London, the fifth out of the eleven albums recorded by Ed Maciel and his orchestra, which are mainly music for dance, very similar to the albums released by Maestro Erlon Chaves’ Banda Veneno Internacional in the same period. Ed Maciel was a very important musician with participation on several important Brazilian instrumental music albums, such like the one released by Os Sete de Ouros, Os Gatos, Moacir Santos’ Coisas, Joao Gilberto’s Chega de Saudade, among many others. Tracks include:

01 – Hey Jude (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
02 – When I Was Five (Bernstein / Millrose)
03 – Light My Fire (Morrison / Manzarek / Krieger / Densmore)
04 – This Crazy World (Paul Anka)
05 – Do You Know The Way To San José (Burt Bacharach / H. David)
06 – Ed Maciel Tema (José Orlando / Benil Santos)
07 – Those Were The Days (Raskin)
08 – Hold Me Tight (J. Nasch)
09 – Don’t Give Up (T. Hatch / J. Trent)
10 – Choo Choo Train (Fritts / Hinton)
11 – I Dig Rock And Roll Music (P. Stookey / J. Mason / D. Dixon)
12 – Sá Marina (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)


Este disco pode ser buscado no La Playa Music.




2 responses

21 04 2013

Comentários originais:
LMSG09 on Thursday, 12 June, 2008
Hi, I love this record; it’s a great danceable lounge/easy listening album. Please put up more of his records, when you can. Thanks, SteveSpain
Little Tony Negri on Friday, 13 June, 2008
I love Ed Maciel! Thanks! I’m looking for Volume 6 and 7 too… 🙂
Jamil on Saturday, 14 June, 2008
Sensacional Zeca, principalmente Sa Marina…



22 04 2013
Hedson LaPlaya

Hi Zeca
Congratulations on the rescue work musical, performed by your blog.
I want to thank the disclosure of the link offered by Blog LaPlayaMusic.
Hedson LaPlaya

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