Link original: Ed Lincoln – Don Pablo de Havana (1960)
Publicado em: Thursday, October 09, 2008 by zecalouro
Hello, good evening! I’m away from home this week, but I’m decided to make two albums today, both by the legendary label Musidisc. I’m not sure I have everything set for the second. If you see this one as the first post across this Thursday, don’t worry, there will be another chance when I get back home.
Actually, this album is perfect to be at the front page for a whole week, another solid release sponsored by the owner and maintainer of AVOLTA, Jose Ignacio Neto, JIN, from the third generation of the Ignacio family, a family devoted to Brazilian music. Let’s see.
This is Don Pablo de Havana e Sua Orquestra (1960), for Musidisc. Little I know about this album, except the review provided by Jose Ignacio Neto confirming that Don Pablo de Havana is Ed Lincoln using a different name. By the way, JIN seems to have very nice connections with Brazilian music. JIN mentions another album recorded by Ed Lincoln as Don Pablo de Havana, Disco Latin. I’m 98% sure that I have this album, but I need to get back home to confirm. I hope I can get back to the final post today, meanwhile stay with Jose Ignacio Neto review on this pleasant album. Tracks include:
Ed Lincoln Goes Latin! by Jose Ignacio Neto
“Many recording artists have recorded using different names due to contractual reasons. Bob Fleming and Moacyr Silva who feature a lot on Loronix are of course the same person, but the great Ed Lincoln took it one step beyond. He told me that he loved to record under different names – a new name for each style or even for each record. He recorded as Les 4 Cadillacs, De Savoya Combo (his real name is Eduardo Lincoln De Saboia) and in the 70s and 80s countless American sounding names.
Here for this cha cha adventure he becomes Don Pablo de Havana! We can only guess at the original line up but it would probably have included Ed on piano (and bass?) and Rubens Bassini can surely be heard on bongos? Possibly, Juarez on sax and flutes.
Ed made a number of these records for Musidisc including one called Disco Latin!
The versions of Ary Barroso’s Na Baixa de Sapateiro and Aquerela do Brasil are really beautiful.
This album appears to be a reissue of part of another Musidisc LP with a cover showing a galo (cockerel) but that LP has different track listing. This was normal for Musidisc to reuse their recordings and repackage them.” JIN
01 – Alguém Me Disse (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
02 – El Choclo (A. Villoldo / M. Catan)
03 – Andalucia (The Breeze And I) (Ernesto Lecuona)
04 – Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso)
05 – Together Wherever We Go (J. Styne / S. Sondheim)
06 – Adios (Enric Madriguera)
07 – Mustapha (B. Azzam / Barclay)
08 – Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso)
09 – La Cumparsita (M. Rodriguez / P. Contursi / E. Maroni)
10 – Climb Ev’ry Mountin (R. Rodgers / O. Hammerstein II)
11 – Quero Beijar-te as Mãos (Arcênio de Carvalho / Lourival Faissal)
12 – Delicado (Waldir Azevedo)
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