Varios Artistas – Musica Popular Brasileira em Expansao (1965)

3 01 2013

Link original: Varios Artistas – Musica Popular Brasileira em Expansao (1965)
Publicado em: Friday, January 04, 2008 by zecalouro

Musica Popular Brasileira em Expansao (1965)

I’m sure you will be amazed, once again Caetano pleases us with another album with lots of fascinating details. I have searched for this one on every discography, auction site, search engines and I could not gather a single mention. If you Google “musica popular brasileira em expansao”, the result is null. Anyway, this is not what makes this album a treat. Let’s see.

This is Aecio Flavio e Sexteto, Berimbau Trio e Quinteto Sambatida – Musica Popular Brasileira em Expansao (1965), for Festival. Maestro Aecio Flavio is a well-known Brasilian artist that takes part on this session with a sextet on eight songs, Berimbau is the legendary Bossa Nova instrumental trio that brings the bassist Bituca, Wagner Tiso and Paulinho Braga and Quinteto Sambatida is so far an enygma. Bituca sings track 01 – Cancao do Sal with Aecio Flavio Sexteto and I will ask for Caetano Rodrigues help to review this album and explain who exactly is Bituca. Tracks include:

“In 1965, the producer Ismael Correa was given a task by the Festival Label. He was to bring together on one LP, three of the most significant groups from the Minas Gerais instrumental Bossa Nova scene (unknown at the time on the Rio – Sao Paulo axis). It would be just a good compilation album, if it was not for the curious participation of the Berimbau Trio bass player, nicknamed Bituca who sang “Cancao do Sal” with the sextet of the pianist Aecio Flavio. Later he changed back to his real name: Milton Nascimento.” – Caetano Rodrigues

Final and important message: you will see bellow a new Loronix feature, made available only for testing purposes. There you can have a “test drive” on four tracks of this album, including Cancao do Sal with Milton Nascimento vocals. I need feedback on this new feature to decide for a purchase and implementation on a regular basis. Please use comments section to provide feedback. Thanks in advance. Tracks include:

The Performers

Aecio Flavio Sexteto
Berimbau Trio
Quinteto Sambatida

Track List

01 – Cancao do Sal with Aecio Flavio Sexteto and the special guest Bituca
02 – Tamba with Berimbau Trio
03 – Nana with Aecio Flavio Sexteto
04 – Cheganca with Berimbau Trio
05 – Nuvens with Aecio Flavio Sexteto
06 – Arrastao with Aecio Flavio Sexteto
07 – Preciso Aprender a Ser So with Quinteto Sambatida
08 – Terra de Ninguem with Aecio Flavio Sexteto
09 – Mensagem with Quinteto Sambatida
10 – Joyce’s Samba with Aecio Flavio Sexteto
11 – Aleluia with Aecio Flavio Sexteto
12 – Waltema with Aecio Flavio Sexteto

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.

 

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Antonino Pellicciari (Maestro Aecio Flavio) e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963)

28 08 2012

Link original (só disponível nos feeds RSS): Antonino Pellicciari (Maestro Aecio Flavio) e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963)
Publicado em: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Let’s start today showing an album released by this tiny, but legendary and influential label Paladium, a favorite of 10 among 10 serious Bossa Nova collectors. Palladium was the first recording label established in the state of Minas Gerais, working close with Minas Gerais artists at the beginning of their career. However, these artists are not credited on Paladium albums with their real artistic names, such as this album, a very early recording by an obscure Antonino Pellicciari, which is in fact the renowned Maestro Aecio Flavio.These findings are being revealed by our friend vinylmaniac at CBox and several Paladium collectors, such like Marcelo “Sambassonic” Munhoz cannot wait to hear the next finding by vinylmaniac. This is the reason why I’m posting this album in the Para Dancar style, how could I know that Antonino Pellicciari was Maestro Aecio Flavio nickname. Let’s see.

This is Antonino Pellicciari e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963), for Paladium, featuring Maestro Aecio Flavio as Antonino Pellicciari. This album was one of the first ones released by Paladium, directed by Maestro Edmundo Peruzzi, which will be the next Paladium release at Loronix. Tracks include:

01 – Samba da Madrugada (Dora Lopes / Carminha Mascarenhas / Herotides)
02 – Bom Dia Café (Victor Simon)
03 – Bambolê (Victor Simon)
04 – Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
05 – Ôba (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia)
06 – Bahia Feliz (Vicente Paiva / Jairo Argileo)
07 – Trovador de Toledo (Gilberto Becaud)
08 – Cubanacan (Moisés Simons / Sauvat / Chamfleury)
09 – Stela By Starlight (V. Young / N. Washington)
10 – Please (L. Robin / R. Rainger)
11 – Berioska (Adpt. Antoninho Pellicciari)
12 – Diane (E. Rapee / L. Pollack) Charmaine (E. Rapee / L. Pollack)

This is Antonino Pellicciari e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963), at Loronix.  Hope uEnjoy!

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Esse disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni. Ele também foi publicado no Toque Musical, onde o nosso amigo Augusto afirma que Antoninho Pellicciari é, de fato, o maestro Edmundo Peruzzi.




Aecio Flavio e Seu Conjunto – O Melhor da Noite (1964)

28 01 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Aecio Flavio e Seu Conjunto – O Melhor da Noite (1964)
Publicado em: Saturday, March 03, 2007

Wow! Just took a look at Loronix Find It! from a Loronixer perspective and I think it will be really useful to our community. I hope people get used and take it as the preferred route to navigate though archives. I’m very curious to hear further feedback from Loronixers.

Anyway, the show must go on. Let’s get back to the music showing an album that I never hear before. Another nice released sponsored by Caetano Rodrigues, by the way, a great admirer of this artist that has a big discography with very hard to find records.

This is Aecio Flavio e Seu Conjunto – O Melhor da Noite (1964), for Polydor. Taking in consideration Caetano’s recording classification this is one of those “MUUUUUUUITO BOM!” records. I agree, wonderful, very different from the earlier Maestro Aecio Flavio Tribute to Chico Buarque de Hollanda. It is the kind of record that will surprise everybody, for being widely unknown and to revealing another jazzy instrumental music from the 60’s. The cover alone worth the admission price and I will now close my writing to take a nice picture of it, coming back in a few minutes to show this wonderful album to Loronixers. Tracks include:

Personnel

Aécio Flávio
(vibrafone)
Geraldo Walter “Waltinho”
(drums)
Plinio de Salles
(piston)
Paulo Horta “Paulinho”
(bass)
Márcio José
(voice)
Leopoldino de Araújo Ganfra “Dino”
(sax)
Washington
(piano)

Track List

01 – Você e Eu (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Esperança (Durval Ferreira / Luis Fernando Freire)
03 – Começou de Brincadeira (Pacífico Mascarenhas)
04 – Flor Que Cheira a Saudade (Gilda Horta / Toninho Horta)
05 – Domingo Em Copacabana (Paulo Tito / Roberto Faissal)
06 – Preciso Dar Um Jeito (Silvio César)
07 – O Morro Não Tem Vez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Mop Mop (Álvaro Santos)
09 – Ciúme (Dá Um Jeito) (Carlos Lyra)
10 – Vagamente (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
11 – Bossa na Praia (Pery Ribeiro / Geraldo Cunha)
12 – Amor de Nada (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)

This is Aecio Flavio e Seu Conjunto – O Melhor da Noite (1964), at Loronix.

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

 

Posted by zecalouro at 3/03/2007  





Aecio Flavio e Sua Orquestra de Cordas – Tributo a Chico Buarque

11 12 2011

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Aecio Flavio e Sua Orquestra de Cordas – Tributo a Chico Buarque
Publicado em: FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 2007

A friend of zecalouro went today to a Chico Buarque concert in Rio, his first concert in Rio after a nine years hiatus on stage in this city. Also, I have been speaking with Caetano Rodrigues about this LP and this artist for the last two weeks and today; we finally decide to make it available. It seems that everything leads to Chico Buarque and this LP.This is Aecio Flavio e Sua Orquestra de Cordas – Tributo a Chico Buarque (N/A), for Bemol, a great opportunity for everyone who wants to start learning Chico Buarque music thought a nice repertoire selection. Aecio Flavio is a pianist, arranger and composer, with several collaborations with renowned Brazilian musicians, such as, Carlos Lyra and Vinicius de Moraes, as arranger of Pobre Menina Rica, Jane Duboc, Leo Gandelman among others. If you are looking for a relaxing LP with chords orchestra, this is the right pick, one of Caetano’s favorite from this last set of albums, tracks include:

01 – Até Segunda-feira (Chico Buarque)
02 – O Velho (Chico Buarque)
03 – Januária (Chico Buarque)
04 – Até Pensei (Chico Buarque)
05 – Carolina (Chico Buarque)
06 – Bom Tempo (Chico Buarque)
07 – Retrato Em Branco e Preto (Tom Jobim / Chico Buarque)
08 – Sonho de Um Carnaval (Chico Buarque)
09 – Roda Viva (Chico Buarque)
10 – Quem Te Viu Quem Te Vê (Chico Buarque)
11 – Ela Desatinou (Chico Buarque)
12 – Olê Olá (Chico Buarque)

This is Aecio Flavio e Sua Orquestra de Cordas – Tributo a Chico Buarque (N/A), at Loronix.

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças à colaboração dos amigos Andreas e Fulano Sicrano, ele agora está disponível no Um que Tenha.