Jamelão

22 04 2013

Link original: Jamelão
Publicado em: Sunday, June 15, 2008 by zecalouro

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Jamelao, one of the most important Samba interpreters in Brazil has died today, was 95. Jamelao was the lead singer of the legendary Samba Scholl Estacao Primeira de Mangueira, and also very active on recordings, releasing more than 200 albums, starting in 1949 until his last release in 2002.

Jamelao-Ela-Disse-Front

This is Loronix tribute to Jamelao – Ela Disse-me Assim (1959), a compilation released by Continental with selected tunes taken from selected 78rpm records. Loronix Preview Center features 09 – Ha Sempre um que Fica (Alcebiades Nogueira / Jamelao), recorded in 1959 with Jamelao backed by Maestro Severino Araujo e Sua Orquestra Tabajara.
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Jamelao – Jamelao (1980)

22 02 2013

Link original: Jamelao – Jamelao (1980)
Publicado em: Sunday, March 02, 2008 by zecalouro

Jamelao - Jamelao (1980)

Hello, good evening! I was thinking about making one of those Samba Saturdays at Loronix, the day where Samba has its emphasis to our great community. Unfortunately, this parrot does not have Samba no Pé, having a great difficulty to select the right picks. However, I don’t need to be a Samba expert to understand that we have here a really special album, which is the celebration of Jamelao Jubileu de Prata (25 years) at Continental label that did not measured efforts to build an anthological piece of record that never had the chance to be reissued in CD. Let’s see.

This is Jamelao – Jamelao (1980), for Continental, featuring a constellation of Brazilian musicians, including arrangements by Maestro Nelsinho and Maestro Severino Araujo, with the participation of Neco, Ze Bodega, Moacyr Marques “Bijou”, Jorginho and the legendary Fat’s Elpidio at the piano, which is somewhat surprising, since the 60’s I did not see the participation of Fat’s Elpidio in recordings. Tracks include:

Personnel

Fats Elpidio
(piano)
Rafael, Luizao
(bass)
Helio Capucci, Neco, Ze Carlos
(guitar)
Marcal, Canegal
(percussion)
Emilio, Jorginho, Jayme Araujo
(alto sax)
Helio Marinho, Ze Bodega, Moacyr Marques “Bijou”, Macae
(tenor sax)
Ronaldo Medeiros
(baritone sax)
Hamilton, Maurilio, Santos, Darcy, Barreto
(trumpet)
Manoel Araujo, Norato, Silvio, Bogado, Joao Luiz, Jesse, Edmundo Maciel
(trombone)
Jean Carlos Pareschi, Alfredo Vidal, Jose Dias Delana, Marcelo Pompeu Filho, Walter Hack, Carlos Eduardo Hack, Aizik M. Geller, Jorge Fami
(violin)
Frederick Stephany, Arlindo Penteado
(violas)
Alceu de Almeida Reis, Giorgio Bariola
(cello)

Severino Araujo, Nelsinho
(arrangements)

Track List

01 – Arrogância (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Moysés Sant’Anna)
02 – Respeito (Roberto Medeiros / David Raw)
03 – Você Nunca Mais Vai Ouvir (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Neila Garça)
04 – Risque (Ary Barroso)
05 – Também Tenho Coração (Ferreira dos Santos)
06 – Teu Retrato (Roberto Paciência / João Grimaldi)
07 – Dona Divergência (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)
08 – Resolvido (Lúcio Cardim / Antônio Bruno)
09 – Beco Sem Saída (Armando Nunes / Roberto Medeiros)
10 – O Amanhã Será Melhor (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Tairzinho)
11 – Nem Eu (Dorival Caymmi)

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The Pop’s – Agora e Samba (1968)

14 07 2012

Link original: The Pop’s – Agora e Samba (1968)
Publicado em: Saturday, August 25, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! Starting another sAmBa sAtUrDaY at Loronix, actually, continuing the sAmBa sAtUrDaY started earlier by Justin with Jorginho do Imperio – Viagem Encantada (1975). There is a healthful competition between Justin and zecalouro to find out which website delivers the most solid Samba LP. zecalouro always loose for Justin, but who wins are Loronixers and Justin Thymers, who gets the most from both websites.

We are starting today mixing instrumental Rock and Samba with this crazy and very groovy album recorded by The Pop’s. Someone shouted for The Pop’s, so here we go.

This is The Pop’s – Agora e Samba (1968), for Equipe. Very nice instrumental Samba album by The Pop’s. This is the kind of music that will make you kick around the apartment. If you are not in the mood for Samba dancing, save it for Carnaval or any other dancing party, you will make everybody dance with this one. Tracks include:

01 – “Agora É Samba Nº 1” Rolei (Paulo Aguiar / Milton Rocha) A Fonte Secou (Monsueto / Tufic Lauar / Marcléo) Não Me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luis Soberano / João Correia da Silva) Na Cadeência do Samba (Ataulfo Alves / Paulo Gesta) Atire a Primeira Pedra (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
02 – Amor de Carnaval (Zé Keti)
03 – Desespero de Causa (Jorge de Castro / José Utrini)
04 – Despedida de Mangueira (Benedito Lacerda / Aldo Cabral)
05 – Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
06 – Se Você Jurar (Ismael Silva / Nilton Bastos / Francisco Alves)
07 – Não Tenho Lágrimas (Max Bulhões / Milton de Oliveira)
08 – Exaltação à Mangueira (Enéas Brites da Silva / Aloísio Augusto da Costa)
09 – “Agora É Samba Nº 2” Chora Doutor (J. Piedade / O. Gazzaneo / J. Campos) Agora É Cinza (Alcebíades Barcelos “Bide” / Armando “Marçal”) Eu Agora Sou Feliz (Mestre Gato / Jamelão) Lata D’água (Luis Antônio / Jota Júnior) Império do Samba (Zé da Zilda / Zilda do Zé)
10 – A Voz do Morro (Zé Keti)
11 – Samba Fantástico (José Toledo / Leônidas Autuori / Jean Manzon)
12 – Jarro de Saudade (Mirabeau / Daniel Barbosa / Geraldo Blota)

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Conjunto A Voz do Morro – Os Sambistas (1966)

1 07 2012

Link original: Conjunto A Voz do Morro – Os Sambistas (1966)
Publicado em: Sunday, August 12, 2007 by zecalouro

Here we go with the close of another fantastic Samba weekend with an album made available by our mysterious Samba contributor. This is also the answer of the previous challenge featuring the 8 Samba legends, all pictures were taken from the back cover of this album, which is a self explanatory Samba release. Let’s see.

This is Conjunto A Voz do Morro – Os Sambistas (1966), for RGE, the third and last album released by Conjunto A Voz do Morro. The first album, also sent by the mysterious Samba contributor, is already available at Loronix and this one has some changes on Conjunto A Voz do Morro members, the inclusion of Nelson Sargento and Oscar Bigode. The repertoire features 15 tunes composed and performed by Conjunto A Voz do Morro members. Tracks include:

Personnel

Ze da Cruz
Ze Ketti
Anescar do Salgueiro
Elton Medeiros
Nelson Sargento
Oscar Bigode
Jair do Cavaquinho
Paulinho da Viola

Track List

01 – Cuidado (Nelson Sargento / Marreta) – Nelson Sargento
02 – A Voz do Morro (Zé Keti) – Zé Keti
03 – Tiradentes (Estanislau Silva / Arnaldo Ferraz / Décio Carlos)
04 – 400 Anos de Favela (Zé Keti) – Zé Keti
05 – Exaltação à Mangueira (Enéas Brites da Silva / Aloísio Augusto da Costa) – Paulinho da Viola / Nelson Sargento
06 – Tanta Tristeza (Élton Medeiros / Kleber Santos) – Élton Medeiros
07 – Meu Barracão de Zinco (Jair do Cavaquinho / Jamelão) – Jair do Cavaquinho
08 – Sinhá Não Disse (Paulinho da Viola) – Paulinho da Viola
09 – Carnaval Que Passou (Anescar do Salgueiro) – Anescar do Salgueiro
10 – Exaltação à Madureira (Oscar Bigode / Noca / Poliba) – Paulinho da Viola
11 – Aventureira (José Cruz / Noca / Poliba) – Zé da Cruz
12 – Só Eu Sei (Nelson Sargento / Marreta) – Nelson Sargento
13 – Tarde Demais (Jair do Cavaquinho / Alcides Lopes) – Jair do Cavaquinho
14 – Noite Linda (Jair do Cavaquinho) – Paulinho da Viola
15 – Meus Dias São de Sol (Anescar do Salgueiro) – Paulinho da Viola / Anescar do Salgueiro`

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Jamelao – Aqui Mora o Ritmo (1962) arrang. by Nelsinho, Astor and Guio de Morais

22 04 2012

Link original: Jamelao – Aqui Mora o Ritmo (1962) arrang. by Nelsinho, Astor and Guio de Morais
Publicado em: Monday, June 11, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I want to start this Monday with a Samba LP supposed to be released last Saturday. It is really worthy to make it today, it is an incredible album and everybody should give it a try. I also urge Loronixers to start using our new post rating system, which is available at the end of each post as a sequence of five little stars. You will not be directed to another page, just click the stars and your evaluation will be recorded.

This is Jamelao – Aqui Mora o Ritmo (1962) arrangements by Maestro Nelsinho, Astor Silva and Guio de Morais, for Continental, this is the second release by Jamelao, the legendary Samba interpreter of Mangueira Samba School, Rio de Janeiro. Jamelao has a very long career, starting in the late 40’s lasting until today. Aqui Mora o Ritmo repertoire is based on songs pretty unknown to Loronixers and the arrangements delivered by the might trio of maestros really makes the difference. Tracks include:

01 – O Tango do Fim (Osório Lima / José Bispo ”Jamelão”)
02 – Fofoca no Morro (Osvaldo Vitalino / Ferreira dos Santos)
03 – Flores Estrelas e Mulheres (Antônio Bruno)
04 – Triste Recordação (Alcebíades Nogueira / José Bispo ”Jamelão”)
05 – Acaba Como Eu (Armando Nunes / Jorge Medeiros)
06 – Quem Sou Eu (Guio de Morais)
07 – Tanto Ciúme (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Aledio Américo dos Santos)
08 – Como Vai Você (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Erasmo Silva)
09 – Nossa Quimera (Lucas Vieira / Domicio Augusto)
10 – Vá Conhecer Niterói (Hélio Nascimento / Aledio Américo dos Santos)
11 – Chega de Amor (Del Loro / Ferreira dos Santos)
12 – Um Minuto de Silêncio (Osvaldo Vitalino / Ferreira dos Santos)

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I would like to recommend a website to Loronixers in the mood for Samba and Brazilian sounds of the 70’s in general, J Thyme…kind, owned and maintained by Justin Thyme, friend of Loronix since the very beginning. Justin lives in the US and has a real passion for the music from Brazil. Take a special attention to Justin compilations; they are available on posts with this bunch of covers picture above. Justin recommends one of them, St. Julian Samba Showdown,here, ideal for those who want to get along with Brazilian music from the 70’s at a glance. Congrats for your wonderful investigation job, Justin.





Orquestra Tabajara – Severino Araujo e Sua Orquestra Tabajara (2001)

16 03 2012

Link original: Orquestra Tabajara – Severino Araujo e Sua Orquestra Tabajara (2001)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 28, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! Yesterday we had the amazing Copacabana Palace Movie post and I was confident to say that people would make a great reception to it. I was not wrong. Copacabana Palace is far away the post with the best performance at Loronix with 480 downloads in less than 24 hours. This number is four times above the average. Mr. E, really made a nice contribution.

Now I want your attention for a really special post. I read today that Maestro Severino Araujo made 90 years old for five days ago, April, 23rd and this is the reason I was looking for to make a tribute to a very important Brazilian orchestra, home of many musicians we knew with Loronix and also the oldest Brazilian musical group in activity, the legendary Orquestra Tabajara, active since 1934.

This is Orquestra Tabajara – Severino Araujo e Sua Orquestra Tabajara (2001), for Warner. This is a compilation issued by Warner Brazil in 2001 that has gone out of print and was never issues again will be our introduction to the 73 years old Orquestra Tabajara. Alvaro Neder from AMG made a really nice Maestro Severino Araujo Biography that will be much better than my best try to describe this great music ensemble. Tracks include:

Maestro Severino Araujo AMG Biography

For more than 60 years, Severino Araújo has been the conductor, arranger, clarinetist, and leader of the Orquestra Tabajara, the most important dance orchestra in Brazil. It is a native version of the Glenn Miller big band (and also doubles clarinet and sax) that plays music from all over the world with a Brazilian swing. Recording more than 100 78 rpm’s (always for Continental), the orchestra’s international career has taken them to play in several countries, especially Argentina, France, and Portugal. With almost 13,000 performances worldwide, they figure in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s oldest orchestra still in evidence. The author of “Espinha de Bacalhau” (along with many other all-time hits), one of the eight most performed choros in the entire world, shared the stage with the Tabajara, with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in a special performance that became registered in the orchestral history of Brazil.

Araujo’s father, José Severino de Araújo (Sazuzinha), was an instrumentalist, arranger, and band conductor. Several of his sons became musicians: Severino, Manuel (trombone), Plínio (drums), the famous Zé Bodega (tenor sax), and Jaime (saxes). At four, Araujo was already taking musical lessons with his father. He accounts that at that time, he was almost going to sleep when his father, upon finishing a new arrangement, told him that if he waited a while, he would teach him ten new musical lessons. He took the lessons and the next day, he performed all of them; then his father went out and bought him a French method, which oriented Araujo’s self-teaching process. Two years later, at six, he became his father’s assistant in teaching his pupils.

In 1928, Araujo began to take the instruments, beginning with horn and saxophone, soon taking the clarinet. At that time, there wasn’t a Brazilian method for that instrument, so he wrote his own exercises that he gathered, writing the choro “Desconcertante,” a real technical challenge. With his home serving as the band’s headquarters, he learned all of the instruments, with the exception of piano and violin (which didn’t exist in that band). At 12, he performed in public for the first time, playing clarinet with his father’s band. It was when he wrote a dobrado, complete with the arrangement, that he even came to play with the band, but it got lost. Living in nearby cities during that period, in 1930 he returned to Limoeiro, working in the local commerce. In 1933, he moved to Ingá PB, where he worked as a bureaucrat and participated in the local band. In 1936, he moved to João Pessoa PB, and was hired as clarinetist for the state police band, when he was challenged to solo the “Fantasia Traviata” (Verdi), which had not been played for the last 12 years. Having 15 days to study the piece, he performed it in three days, receiving a standing ovation from his bandmates. In that year, he wrote “Espinha de Bacalhau,” and in the next, was hired by Rádio Tabajara as clarinetist and saxophonist. He also served the Army as a first-class musician. At that point, the Orquestra Tabajara had been created four years before by Olegário de Nuna Freire and Jost vön Shosten, under the name Jazz Tabajara. When they were hired by the state government for the state Rádio Tabajara, Araujo was invited by Olegário to be the first clarinetist. Leaving the police band, he assumed his position with the orchestra until December 30, 1938, when Olegário died. Araujo wanted to play, not conduct, but the radio’s direction, together with the outing’s cast of singers and musicians, wanted him to be the conductor, so he accepted. Soon, he moved to Rio with two of the orchestra’s musicians: Geraldo Medeiros and Porfírio Costa. In Rio, he was hired by Rádio PRG-3 as the radio’s arranger and saxophonist for the radio’s Orquestra Marajoara. In 1945, he called to Rio the rest of the Tabajara’s members as the Tabajara had been hired by Rádio Tamoio. Along with an intense performance schedule on all radios of Rio (eight in total at the time), the Tabajara also played balls in upcountry Brazil. That same year, they recorded the first album of the Tabajara, a 78 rpm with his “Um Chorinho em Aldeia.” The next year, he recorded one of the Tabajara’s biggest hits, the choro “Pára-Quedista,” composed and soloed by the band’s trombonist José Leocádio. His samba arrangement of George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” made national success, but put him under fire by more exalted nationalists. At that time, he was admitted as conductor to Rádios Tupi and Nacional in Rio. On January 20, 1951, the Orquestra Tabajara opened the TV broadcasts in Brazil, in Rio. The same year, TV Tupi was largely reconstructed after a fire and for its re-opening, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra was hired, performing together with the Tabajara on December 1, 1951, in a memorable encounter that projected the Tabajara internationally. The next year, the Tabajara toured Europe, having as their crooner Jamelão, who would later become a successful solo singer. In 1955, Araujo was hired as conductor by Rádio Mayrink Veiga, Rio, when he toured Uruguay with the Tabajara, touring Argentina in 1962. In that year, he was hired by TV-Rio, where worked until his retirement in 1968. In 1999, he commemorated 80 years still conducting the Tabajara in their performances throughout Brazil and abroad. “The day the Orquestra Tabajara loses its international status, I will kill it,” he said.

Track List

01 – Chega de Saudade
02 – Para-quedista
03 – Morena Boca de Ouro
04 – Relembrando o Norte
05 – Despedida de Mangueira
06 – Espinha de Bacalhau
07 – Vassourinhas
08 – Dora
09 – Baiao
10 – Moreninha da Praia
11 – Recife, Capital do Frevo
12 – Foi Ela
13 – Um Chorinho em Aldeia
14 – Maracatu Sururu

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Bili e Martoni, ele agora está disponível na Rádio Forma e Elenco.





Elizeth Cardoso – Muito Elizeth (1966) with Som Tres, Luiz Loy Quinteto and Regional Caculinha

5 01 2012

Link original: Elizeth Cardoso – Muito Elizeth (1966) with Som Tres, Luiz Loy Quinteto and Regional Caculinha
Publicado em: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 by zecalouro

In one of those zecalouro’s flights over the old vinyl stores at Copacabana, he found this piece and although it is a record already available at Loronix, we have a mandatory repost here. Caetano also agrees that this LP is truly amazing and deserves a better place in 2007, instead of being lost on a given week of 2006. Additionally, we have now details that were not available by the time of the first post. I’m sure that you should be pleased with this release.

This is Elizeth Cardoso – Muito Elizeth (1965), for Copacabana. Top three Elizeth Cardoso albums on her vast discography. The liner notes written by Herminio Belo de Carvalho is also a masterpiece and has a very interest statement when he mention the composer of track 06 – Amor de Carnaval (Gilberto Gil), saying that we will heard a lot about him in the future.

The production is in charge of Moacyr Silva and three combos, Som Tres, Luiz Loy Quinteto and Conjunto Regional do Caculinha, back Elizeth Cardoso. The album has a concept, showing tunes from Pixinguinha to Chico Buarque de Hollanda, approaching several decades. Pretty self-explanatory music from Elizeth Cardoso, one of the greatest Brazilian divas. Tracks include:

01 – Mundo Melhor (Pixinguinha / Vinicius de Moraes) (*)
02 – Ginga Muxique (Maurício Tapajós / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho) (**)
03 – Sem Mais Adeus (Francis Hime / Vinicius de Moraes) (**)
04 – Meiga Presença (Paulo Valdez / Otávio de Morais) (*)
05 – Lamento (Pixinguinha / Vinicius de Moraes) (** and ***)
06 – Amor de Carnaval (Gilberto Gil) (*)
07 – Cidade Vazia (Baden Powell / Luis Fernando Freire) (*)
08 – Apelo (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes) (*)
09 – Saudade de Amar (Francis Hime / Vinicius de Moraes) (*)
10 – Pra Machucar Meu Coração (Ary Barroso) (**)
11 – Acho Que É Você (Paulo Valdez / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho) (*)
12 – Tristeza (Niltinho Tristeza / Haroldo Lobo) — Eu Não Tenho Ninguém (Francisco Neto / Carvalhinho) — Fechei a Porta (Sebastião Mota / Ferreira dos Santos) — Vem Chegando a Madrugada (Zuzuca / Noel Rosa de Oliveira) — Quem Samba Fica (Tião Motorista / Jamelão) — Sonho de Um Carnaval (Chico Buarque) (**)

Elizeth Cardoso has:

(*)
Som Tres
Cesar Camargo Mariano
(piano)
Toninho
(drums)
Saba
(bass)

(**)
Luiz Loy Quinteto
Luiz Loy
(piano)
Mazzola
(sax)
Papudinho
(piston)
Bandeira
(bass)
Zinho
(drums)

(***)
Regional do Caculinha

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Orquestra Cid Gray – So Samba Sabendo Sambar (1961)

18 11 2011

Link original: Orquestra Cid Gray – So Samba Sabendo Sambar (1961)
Publicado em: Thursday, December 21, 2006 by zecalouro

Friends, this is a nice release. Orchestra LP, one of my favorites. When Loronix started, I never realize that we would be with several orchestra LPs as we are today. Caetano Rodrigues is helping a lot zecalouro, he is making a good education with the green bird, showing how to identify the gems and presenting each artist, Maestro and musician with details that only Caetano have in mind.

I’m very happy to present this LP, which is one of Caetano’s favorites; this is Orquestra Cid Grey – So Samba Sabendo Sambar (1961), for Continental. Before you think about Googling the name “Cid Grey”, take a minute to read a story; Cid Grey is the nickname of Renato de Oliveira, the same maestro that made arrangements of Morgana LP today. Renato de Oliveira was not satisfied and tired of recording sessions, willing to make something different. He decided, three years before this LP was released, to move to Sao Paulo and create a dancing orchestra. However, Renato Oliveira was a renowned and well-known Maestro by that time, so he decided to use the name Cid Grey.

Something went wrong; actually, something went really great. Cid Grey was so successful that fans were asking for a Cid Grey LP and he made several ones as Cid Grey as times goes by. According with the linear notes written by Fernando Cesar, this is the best Cid Grey record. You cannot miss it. Tracks include:

01 – Palhaçada (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
02 – Boato (João Roberto Kelly)
03 – Eu Não Sei Me Repetir (Horondino Silva “Dino” / Jota Santos)
04 – O Que Faltou (Renato de Oliveira)
05 – Murmurio (Luis Antônio / Djalma Ferreira)
06 – Água de Beber (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – Deixei de Sofrer (Norival Reis / Jamelão)
08 – Que Fazer (Jaime Florence “Meira” / Jota Santos)
09 – Louca (Luis Mergulhão / Jorge Duarte)
10 – Chorou Chorou (Luis Antônio)
11 – Rosa do Mato (Sergio Ricardo / Geraldo Serafim)
12 – Não Sei Mais Fingir (Mota Vieira / Vicente Rodrigues / Nelson Paiva)

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Joao Roberto Kelly – Joao Roberto Kelly (1980)

28 08 2011

Link original: Joao Roberto Kelly – Joao Roberto Kelly (1980)
Publicado em: Monday, September 11, 2006 by zecalouro

Someone gave me a recommendation of Joao Roberto Kelly, Brazilian Samba composer and pianist. zecalouro cannot remember who made it, but here it is. Meet Joao Roberto Kelly with a nice 1980 self-titled LP. Joao Roberto Kelly has several classic carnaval songs, performed on every carnaval for decades. This LP shows Joao, his piano, orchestra and his compositions, a must for the fans of authentic Samba.

Check the track list below and AMG bio for Joao Roberto Kelly.

01 – Samba do Buraco Quente (João Roberto Kelly / João Marques)
02 – Depois da Novela (João Roberto Kelly)
03 – Barraquinho (João Roberto Kelly)
04 – Idéia Fixa (João Roberto Kelly)
05 – Procurando Ninho (Geraldo da Silva Barbosa / F. Terra)
06 – Tristeza de Uma Saudade (Nilton Coltrane)
07 – Inverno (João Roberto Kelly)
08 – Afinidade (João Roberto Kelly)
09 – Melancolia (João Roberto Kelly)
10 – Amor Proibido (João Roberto Kelly)
11 – Mistura (João Roberto Kelly)
12 – A Solidão Chegou (João Roberto Kelly / Geraldo Barbosa)

João Roberto Kelly became famous as a composer of Carnival marches like the all-time classic “Cabeleira do Zezé” (with Roberto Faissal, recorded by Jorge Goulart), “Mulata Iê-Iê-Iê” (recorded by Emilinha Borba), “Colombina Iê-Iê-Iê,” and “Rancho da Praça Onze” (with Chico Anísio, recorded by Dalva de Oliveira). As a samba composer, he had hits with “Boato” (recorded by Elza Soares), “Mais do que Amor” (recorded by Jamelão), and “Dor de Cotovelo” (recorded by Elis Regina). Other originals of his recorded include “Gamação,” “Brotinho Bossa Nova,” “Samba do Teleco-teco,” “Só Vou de Balanço,” and “Ciuminho.”

Kelly began to play the piano by ear at 11, taught by his mother and grandmother. In 1957, he made his professional debut writing the musical score to the play Sputnik no Morro. Also as a composer of soundtracks, he debuted on TV in 1963, participating in the most important comedy shows. Kelly also recorded several albums as an interpreter of his originals.

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Jamelao – Jamelao Canta para Enamorados (1962)

10 08 2011

Link original: Jamelao – Jamelao Canta para Enamorados (1962)
Publicado em: Thursday, August 10, 2006 by zecalouro

Jamelao, born in 1913, Rio de Janeiro, official Mangueira “puxador” since the 1949. Another legendary artist from Rio’s authentic Samba league. Jamelao is still active and has performed this year leading Mangueira as “puxador” on Carnaval parade, with 92 years, believe me.

By the way, what a nice cover, showing Cinelandia Square, Rio de Janeiro in the early 60’s.

Track list includes:

01 – Foi assim (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
02 – Minha provação (Jamelão)
03 – Afinal eu sabia (S. Cirino – B. Gomes)
04 – Sossego de você (Guio de Morais)
05 – Graças a Deus (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca”)
06 – Voltei ao meu lugar (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca” – Del Loro)
07 – Fim de jornada (Hélio Nascimento – Altenir Gonçalves)
08 – Tristonho (Quincas – Jamelão)
09 – Não serve pra mim (S. Cirino – B. Gomes)
10 – O amor é você (Mário Casali)
11 – Meu natal (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
12 – Onde vai sinhazinha (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca”)

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One of the most important samba singers since the ’40s, Jamelão is still active today as Mangueira’s puxador (official interpreter) of sambas-enredo (the longest career in this position) and as a solo artist. He is also highly regarded as a preferred interpreter of Lupicínio Rodrigues’ sambas-canção like “Ela Disse-me Assim,” “Torre de Babel,” “Esses Moços,” “Sozinha,” “Quem Há de Dizer,” and “Exemplo.” His most famous compositions are “Deixa Amanhecer” (the first one), “Um Dia Hás de Pagar,” and “Ela Me Convidou.” In 1968, he was invited to the prestigious position of member of the Ala dos Compositores (Composers’ Section) of the Mangueira samba school.

Jamelão joined the Mangueira samba school’s bateria (drum section) at 15, playing the tamborim (a kind of tambourine). He had his debut as a singer at the gafieira Fogão. After being a crooner in that kind of dance nightclub, he honed his skills until he was hired by Rádio Ipanema. But it was really in the gafieiras that he would become a professional, joining Luís Americano’s Conjunto Brasil Danças as a crooner. In 1947, he won a contest promoted by Rádio Clube do Brasil and was hired by the station and by the Continental recording company. Around 1949, he became the puxador (official singer) in the Mangueira Carnival parades making him the longest person to ever hold the position. As a crooner with Severino Araújo’s Orquestra Tabajara, Jamelão also toured Europe and continues to perform as a solo artist. ~ Alvaro Neder

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