Ceu da Boca – Ceu da Boca (1981)

11 09 2011

Link original: Ceu da Boca – Ceu da Boca (1981)
Publicado em: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 by zecalouro

Once again, Mr. D&C from Germany has made it. Another fantastic tip, the Brazilian vocal group, actually, a vocal orchestra with its eleven members, all great musicians. Ceu da Boca was assembled in 1978, being active until 1984, releasing two solo LP and participations with Nara Leao, Kleiton & Kledir, Cesar Camargo Mariano, among others.

This is the debut LP, Ceu da Boca – Ceu da Boca (1981), released by an independent label (thanks Now!). AMG Bio, Personnel and Tracks are included. Let’s give our regards to Mr. D&C, without his tip zecalouro would never remember Ceu da Boca.

Personnel

Verônica Sabino, Lídia Sacharny and Rosa Lobo
(soprano)
Maúcha Adnet, Paula Martins and Márcia Ruiz
(contralto)
Dalmo Medeiros, Ronald Valle and Chico Adnet
(tenor)
Paulo Roberto and Paulo Pauleira
(baixo)

Tracks

01 – Uva de Caminhão (Assis Valente)
02 – Bumba Meu Boi da Boa Hora (Zé Rocha)
03 – Luciana (Alberto Rosenblit / Luis Fernando Gonçalves)
04 – Melancolia (Luis Eça)
05 – Araguaia (Dalmo Medeiros / João Fernando Viana)
06 – Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth)
07 – Davilicença (Moraes Moreira / Armandinho Macedo)
08 – Clarissa (Paulinho Pauleira)
09 – Trindade (Dalmo Medeiros)
10 – Sabiá Coração de Uma Viola (Airton Escobar)
11 – Arado (Dalmo Medeiros)
12 – Injuriado (Eduardo Dusek)

AMG Bio

Ceu da Boca was formed in 1978 by the sopranos Verônica Sabino, Rosa Lobo, and Lídia Sacharny, contraltos Maúcha Adnet, Paula Martins, and Márcia Ruiz, tenors Dalmo Medeiros, Chico Adnet, and Ronald Valle, and basses Paulinho Malaguti and Paulo Roberto. The Céu da Boca vocal group had the creation of their own vocal arrangements, along with their humorous performances/outfits, and, obviously, the extreme musicality of its members as some of their most distinctive features. The group accompanied top acts like Chico Buarque, Edu Lobo, Joyce, César Camargo Mariano, and Wagner Tiso. In 1981 they released the independent Céu da Boca, followed by Baratotal (Polygram) in the next year. They were appointed the Best Vocal Group in 1983 by the Association of Art Critics of São Paulo (APCA), but in the next year, several of its members departed for their solo careers, which caused the dissolution of the group.

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.