Bola Sete – O Extraordinario Bola Sete (1962)

4 06 2013

Link original: Bola Sete – O Extraordinario Bola Sete (1962)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 04, 2008 by zecalouro

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Hello, good evening! I thought I knew something about Brazilian popular music before opening Loronix, but when I met respected collectors such like Caetano Rodrigues and Jorge Mello, I realized I was totally ignorant about several things. Jorge Mello provides the show today, showing this truly nice Bola Sete LP recorded for Odeon in 1962 featuring an organist, not a standard musician, but the mighty Luiz Eça dueling with Bola Sete on electric organ, an unusual instrument for Luiz Eça. Let’s see.

This is Bola Sete – O Extraordinario Bola Sete (1962), for Odeon, featuring Luiz Eca at organ in seven tracks. I think you should take this one for a hearing. These early Bola Sete LPs released by Odeon never had a chance to reach the CD age and it is not every day you have the chance to hear Luiz Eca playing organ. Bola Sete is not alone at the remaining five tracks, he has the accompaniment of another unusual formation, three piston players. Unfortunately, remaining musicians in this session were not credited by Odeon. Tracks include:

Personnel

Bola Sete
(guitar)
Luiz Eca
(organ)

Track List

01 – Menino Desce Daí (Paulinho Nogueira)
02 – Deixa Andar (Jujuba)
03 – Você e Eu (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Eu Vou de Samba Rock (Bola Sete)
05 – Fico Triste Sem Twist (Bola Sete)
06 – Meu Mundo Diferente (Eva de R. Konrad / Bola Sete)
07 – On The Street Where You Live (Loewe / Lerner)
08 – Un Recuerdo (Gill)
09 – Noite Chuvosa (Fernando César / João Leal Brito ”Britinho”)
10 – Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
11 – Piel Canela (Bobby Capó)
12 – Brigitte Bardot (Miguel Gustavo)

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Bola Sete e Seu Conjunto – Aqui Esta o Bola Sete (1957)

13 05 2013

Link original: Bola Sete e Seu Conjunto – Aqui Esta o Bola Sete (1957)
Publicado em: Wednesday, August 20, 2008 by zecalouro

Bola Sete - Aqui Está O Bola Sete

Hello, good evening! I bought a new scanner; actually, the community bought it via donations to Paypal and the Brazilian alternative Pagseguro. I made some calculations; each album required eight scans, four passes on each side. Perhaps the old scanner did the job nicely, the load was huge, it was almost 4,000 (four thousand) scan in approximately 15 months. Anyway, the bottom-line is that nothing is stopping me now. And to celebrate, it is time to present another nice contribution made by Jorge Mello, featuring a legendary Brazilian musician. Let’s see.

This is Bola Sete e Seu Conjunto – Aqui Esta o Bola Sete (1957), for Odeon, which is Bola Sete debut LP in the Para Dancar style. With the help of Jorge Mello, we are gradually completing Bola Sete discography in his early yearly years. And there is more to come since all these albums never had a chance to be reissued in CD. Bola Sete plays electric guitar renditions of Brazilian standards, Bolero and two compositions by his own. Odeon did not credit musicians in this session. Tracks include:

01 – Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso)
02 – Rico Vacilon (Rosendo Ruiz)
03 – Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
04 – Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso)
05 – Solamente Una Vez (Agustin Lara)
06 – Morena Boca de Ouro (Ary Barroso)
07 – Baccará (Bola Sete)
08 – Molambo (Jaime Florence “Meira” / Augusto Mesquita)
09 – No Rancho Fundo (Ary Barroso / Lamartine Babo)
10 – Remexendo (Radamés Gnattali)
11 – Czardas (V. Monti)
12 – Por Um Amor (Bola Sete)

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Bola Sete y Su Conjunto – Carnival in Rio (1958)

26 04 2013

Link original: Bola Sete y Su Conjunto – Carnival in Rio (1958)
Publicado em: Thursday, June 26, 2008 by zecalouro

Bola Sete - Carnival in Rio (Bola Sete Em HI-Fi - Sinter)

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Hello, good evening! This is another fantastic contribution by Jorge Mello, featuring Bola Sete with a pretty obscure album. My searches were not successful tracking down this record. I’ve been at many discographies websites and even at Bola Sete official website. I even made a challenge at Loronix to get some information about Bola Sete and this group and could not gather additional info.

In a first sight, this lady seems to be Dolores Duran, but she isn’t Dolores Duran. She is credited as Therezinha Bittencourt, which is a singer that I never heard about and could not find a single mention on my searches. I’m afraid this is an unknown Bola Sete album for many. Let’s see.

This is Bola Sete, su Conjunto Tipico Brasilero y su Cantante Therezinha Bittencourt – Carnival in Rio (1958), for Puchito, which is a Spanish record company. The back cover brings a short description of Bola Sete early years with his Conjunto and says that Carnival in Rio was recorded in Spain, during Bola Sete European tour. The back cover also brings a “footnote” confirming Carnival in Rio was recorded in Spain, which is something that you can check at the slider below, followed by my translation to English from back cover liner notes. I would like to thanks Jorge Mello for another amazing album. Tracks include:

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Bola Sete showed his artistic skills since early childhood at the age of 7 years playing guitar, whose talent he inherited from his parents.

Bola Sete is very popular in Brazil. Just as throughout Europe and South America. It is exclusive artist of Radio Nacional in Rio de Janeiro. About three years ago, he organized a group, which is composed of Brazilians, and went into great artistic tour around the country. His first contract was at the Film Festival of Punta del Este, then in theaters in Buenos Aires, Radio Belgrano Sunset Club, where he was acclaimed for his great artistic talent. Then in Chile performed at the Waldorf; Grill in Peru in Bolivia, and throughout South America, achieving many laurels. Then they were touring Europe for artistic, and in Madrid have acted with great success in Parilla Rex. It was here where Montilla hired him to record the selections so ably interpreted in this album.

01 – Sonador
02 – Chiquito
03 – Caravana
04 – Coco Baturite
05 – Nina Brazanan
06 – Baile O Coco
07 – Uno a Cero
08 – Canta Maria
09 – Mulher Rendeira
10 – Imperio de Samba
11 – Samba no Perroquet
12 – Nino Grande

Update: Jorge Mello sent this great Bola Sete interview, available below. New findings about this mysterious album will be posted tonight. Stay tuned.

Entrevista Bola 7

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Este disco foi lançado no Brasil, pela gravadora Sinter, com o título Bola Sete em Hi-Fi (1958). A capa do lançamento brasileiro segue abaixo.

BolaSeteHifi

 





Bola Sete e Seu Conjunto – Travessuras do Bola 7 (1958)

11 04 2013

Link original: Bola Sete e Seu Conjunto – Travessuras do Bola 7 (1958)
Publicado em: Monday, May 19, 2008 by zecalouro

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Hello, Good evening! I never had the hope to share a single album released by the legendary Bola Sete recorded in his early Brazilian years in the 50’s, but with the help of Jorge Mello, everything has changed and this is the second out of a lot of Bola Sete album from this period being released at Loronix. I think these early Bola Sete records are very important posts, his early album never were reissued in the digital age and this is an unique chance to get along with the early works of this truly amazing musician. Let’s see.

This is Bola Sete e Seu Conjunto – Travessuras do Bola 7 (1958), for Odeon, featuring Bola Sete playing electric guitar backed by Conjunto and perfoming a repertorie blending Brazilian standards and a few Bola Sete compositions. As Travessuras do Bola 7 was released in the same year of Bola 7 e 4 Trombones, following the same concept with amazing guitar solos and very dancing cuts. My highlight goes to Bola Sete and Ary Barroso compositions, including also the track featured at Loronix Preview Center, Canta Brasil by David Nasser and Alcyr Pires Vermelho. Odeon did not credit musicians in this session. Tracks include:

01 – Rio de Janeiro (Ary Barroso)
02 – Adeus América (Haroldo Barbosa / Geraldo Jacques)
03 – Siga (Fernando Lobo / Hélio Guimarães)
04 – Brasil Moreno (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto)
05 – Calypso das Rosas (Bola Sete)
06 – Exaltação à Bahia (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia)
07 – Canta Brasil (David Nasser / Alcyr Pires Vermelho)
08 – Gingadinho (Bola Sete)
09 – Ninguém Me Ama (Fernando Lobo / Antônio Maria)
10 – Nega (Waldemar Gomes / Afonso Teixeira)
11 – Veraneio (Bola Sete)
12 – Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)

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Bola Sete – Bola 7 e 4 Trombones (1958)

1 04 2013

Link original: Bola Sete – Bola 7 e 4 Trombones (1958)
Publicado em: Monday, April 28, 2008 by zecalouro

Bola Sete - Bola Sete E 4 Trombones

This post is the start of a series of other absolutely amazing posts, all part of an incredible contribution made by a tireless and respectful friend, with several years of contribution to Brazilian music (I think I spoke a lot!). From now one, we will get along with truly breathtaking music. Everything happened this Sunday and I confess that I’m still paralyzed with the amount of unbelievable albums I knew today.

I was like a child this afternoon, leaving everything aside and listening to records that never imagined could exist. This is the reason of a bit of suspense across this Monday, I did not have time to prepare a properly introduction to the author of this series of contributions. I would like to show at least the tip of the iceberg today with an album that I was hunting for many years, which is better than my most optimistic expectations. Let’s see.

This is Bola Sete – Bola 7 e 4 Trombones (1958), for Odeon, the first Bola Sete album from the 50’s at Loronix, recorded before he made his move to the United States. Bola Sete delivers guitar playing with four trombones, drums and percussion on a truly amazing session. There are lots of funs inside this album, you can check at Loronix Preview Center what I’m saying, with Bola Sete playing a fantastic rendition of Eu Quero um Samba (Guio de Moraes), I’m confident that 10 seconds of listening should be enough to make your decision. It is really amazing to hear an early work of Bola Sete for the first time. Unfortunately, Odeon did not credit the four trombonists, as all others. Tracks include:

01 – Não Vou Pra Brasília (Billy Blanco)
02 – Mambeando (Bola Sete)
03 – Mister Jimmy (Bola Sete)
04 – The Man I Love (Ira Gershwin / George Gershwin)
05 – Intrigas no Boteco do Padilha (Luis Americano)
06 – Foi Você (Oscar Bellandi / Paulo Gesta)
07 – Eu Quero Um Samba (Guio de Morais)
08 – Calypsilone (Bola Sete)
09 – Pitéuzinho (Bola Sete)
10 – Jersey Bounce (Pister / Bradshaw / Johnson / Wright)
11 – Manãna (D. Barbour / P. Lee)
12 – Ouça (Maysa) Do-ré-mi (Fernando César / Nazareno de Brito) Maria (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Discos Dormidos.





Bola Sete – E a Bola da Vez (1959)

4 02 2013

Link original: Bola Sete – E a Bola da Vez (1959)
Publicado em: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 by zecalouro

Bola Sete - E a Bola da Vez (1959)

This is my homage to a friend that makes a tough and solitary work on Loronix archives, by correcting information, updating, adding tracklist information on very old posts and any sort of work needed to make Loronix a better place to visit. His name is primocoe and each primocoe word bellow is a link to a post with a primocoe update. Thanks a lot primocoe, this update is dedicated to your great work.

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(OBS: os links foram retirados, pois levavam a páginas inacessíveis no Loronix)

This is Bola Sete – E a Bola da Vez (1959), for Odeon, the last album recorded by Bola Sete in Brazil before moving to the United States. I had a great time with this album tonight; Bola Sete plays with a great enthusiasm and a wonderful technique. Updates include cover artwork and music, with the availability of FLAC files. Tracks include:

01 – Minha Saudade (João Donato / João Gilberto)
02 – Um Chorinho dos Nossos (Gaúcho / Lauro Paiva)
03 – História (Fernando César / Luis Cláudio de Castro)
04 – Cadê a Jane (Erasmo Silva / Wilson Batista)
05 – Señorita Luna (Eduardo Casas)
06 – Não Manche o Meu Panamá (Alcebíades Nogueira)
07 – Ma Griffe (Bola Sete)
08 – Vai Que É Bom (Bola Sete)
09 – Eu Preciso de Você (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
10 – Batucando Mesmo (Bola Sete)
11 – Negrito Del Batey (Medardo Guzman)
12 – Maria Ninguém (Carlos Lyra)

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Bola Sete – Bola Sete at The Monterey Jazz Festival (1966)

15 01 2013

Link original: Bola Sete – Bola Sete at The Monterey Jazz Festival (1966)
Publicado em: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 by zecalouro

Bola Sete - At The Monterey Jazz Festival (1966)

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This is one a mandatory repost of a very important record, made available in the very first beginning of Loronix. I was waiting for this moment for months, Bola Sete is one of the greatest Brazilian musicians and it is important to start this year showing one of the best releases from this great artist. Let’s see.

This is Bola Sete – Live at The Monterey Jazz Festival (1966), for Verve, recorded nine months after Jimi Hendrix Monterey’s concert in September 1966. I’m making available later Verve CD reissue with tracks 04, 05 and 06, not released on the original vinyl first issue. Additionally, a panorama of five pictures from Bola Sete Monterey Jazz Festival concert taken from Bola Sete Official Website, owned and maintained by Bola Sete’s wife is also shown below. Tracks include:

Personnel

Bola Sete
(guitar)
Sebastiao Neto
(bass, percussion)
Paulinho da Costa (Paulinho Magalhães – edited by 300 Discos)
(drums)

Track List

01 – Manhã de Carnaval Medley
02 – Soul Samba (Bola Sete)
03 – Flamenco (Bola Sete)
04 – Spoken (Introduction) (Bola Sete)
05 – Coisa Nº 1 (Moacir Santos)
06 – Satin Doll (Duke Ellington)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Into the Rhythm…