Clara Nunes – Alvorecer (1974)

21 02 2013

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Publicado em: Friday, February 29, 2008 by zecalouro

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Here we go on another post update that I never could realize it was so necessary. If you were waiting for this one, you should thanks Jörn for giving the advice and make me understand that Alvorecer is very significant and a really solid listen. With only a few searches I found several experts recommending this album and I think it is really sad it has been out of print for a lot of time. This is really one of the best albums released by Clara Nunes. Let’s see.

This is Clara Nunes – Alvorecer (1974), for Odeon, featuring arrangements by Maestro Carlos Monteiro de Souza, Joao Donato, Helio Delmiro and Maestro Orlando Silveira with not credited musicians in the session. I’m deliving the transfer of Odeon original 1974 issue without the bonus tracks included with the latest CD reissue. Clara Nunes delivers a really good album with several songs that I could remember by heart from my little kid memories. Tracks include:

Clara Nunes - Alvorecer (1974)-BACK

01 – Menino Deus (Mauro Duarte / Paulo César Pinheiro)
02 – Samba da Volta (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – Sindorerê (Candeia)
04 – O Que É Que a Baiana Tem (Dorival Caymmi)
05 – Meu Sapato Já Furou (Élton Medeiros / Mauro Duarte)
06 – Punhal (Guinga / Paulo César Pinheiro)
07 – Alvorecer (Delcio Carvalho / Dona Ivone Lara)
08 – Nanaê Nanã Naiana (Sidney da Conceição)
09 – Conto de Areia (Romildo Bastos / Toninho Nascimento)
10 – Pau-de-arara (Guio de Morais / Luis Gonzaga)
11 – Esse Meu Cantar (João Nogueira)

This is Clara Nunes – Alvorecer (1974), at Loronix.  Hope uEnjoy!

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Clara Nunes – Clara Nunes (1971)

14 02 2013

Link original: Clara Nunes – Clara Nunes (1971)
Publicado em: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 by zecalouro

Clara Nunes - Clara Nunes (1971)

Clara Nunes - Clara Nunes (1971)-BACK
I want to say that 2008 has been a great year to Loronix. Since January, our community is growing on daily basis, and today something very interesting happened, it was the day Loronix received more visitors since the creation. I would like to say thank you to everybody, no matter how long you are part of this community, no matter where are your from, no matter what you do. Growth is a very important piece of our strategy, makes our community viable and stronger. Thanks once again for this great start of 2008.

This is Clara Nunes – Clara Nunes (1971), for Odeon, a transitional album from the early Clara Nunes Bossa Nova years to the style where she definitively shines as one of the greatest Brazilian Samba interpreters ever. This self-titled album brings several well known Clara Nunes tunes and also landmarks the first out of several participations of Maestro Lindolpho Gaya as Musical Director. Maestros Orlando Silveira, Nelsinho, Lindolpho Gaya and Jose Roberto deliver arrangers on individual tracks; unfortunately, Odeon did not credit musicians. Tracks include:

01 – Aruandê Aruandá (Zé da Bahia) OS
02 – Participação (Didier Ferraz / Jorge Belizário) OS
03 – Meu Lema (João Nogueira / Gisa Nogueira) LG
04 – Ê Baiana (Fabrício da Silva / Baianinho / Ênio Santos Ribeiro / Miguel Pancrácio) LG
05 – Puxada da Rede do Xaréu – 1ª Parte (Maria Rosita Salgado Goes) OS
06 – Novamente (Luis Bandeira) LG
07 – Misticismo da África ao Brasil (Mário Pereira / Wilmar Costa / João Galvão) LG
08 – Sabiá (Luis Gonzaga / Zé Dantas) JR
09 – Rosa 25 (Geovana) MN
10 – A Favorita (Francisco Leonardo) LG
11 – Puxada da Rede do Xaréu – 2ª Parte (Maria Rosita Salgado Goes) OS
12 – Feitio de Oração (Vadico / Noel Rosa) OS
13 – Canseira (Paulo Diniz / Odibar) JR
14 – Morrendo Verso Em Verso (João Nogueira) MN

Arrangements by:

OS – Orlando Silveira
LG – Lindolpho Gaya
MN – Nelsinho
JR – Jose Roberto


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Clara Nunes – Guerreira (1978)

31 08 2012

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Publicado em: Saturday, October 06, 2007 by zecalouro

This post is to show my commitment to deliver a unforgettable Samba Saturday tomorrow. Friends like moos and many other Samba enthusiasts are getting disappointed with 3 non-Samba weekends at Loronix and there is nothing more associated with Samba than Clara Nunes. Let’s see.

This is Clara Nunes – Guerreira (1978), for Odeon. We have here a late album by Clara Nunes, featuring a mature artist with total control of his interpretation and beautiful voice. The first track gives the album title and worth the entire record. I’m not knowledgeable on Clara Nunes discography, so I’m taking in consideration my listening experience and this one is so far the most pleasant Clara Nunes I have ever heard. Personnel features a constellation of Brazilian musicians with three Maestros in charge of arrangements, as highlighted on track list. Tracks include:


Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Wilson das Neves
Pedro Santos, Marcal, Luna, Elizeu, Doutor, Cabelinho, Milton
Helinho, Neco, Ze Menezes
Jorginho, Jaime Araujo, Mauro Senise, Celso, Copinha
Maestro Nelsinho
Dinorah, Euridice, Zinilda, Zelia, Edgardo, Gelson, Roberto, Ronaldo, Evinha, Marizinha, Regna, Jilcara, Eunice

Geraldo Vespar

Ivan Paulo



Track List

01 – Guerreira (João Nogueira / Paulo César Pinheiro) (*)
02 – Mente (Eduardo Gudin / Paulo Vanzolini) (**)
03 – Candongueiro (Wilson Moreira / Nei Lopes) (**)
04 – Outro Recado (Candeia / Casquinha) (***)
05 – Zambelê (Catoni / Rosa) (*)
06 – Quem Me Ouvir Cantar (Aniceto) (***)
07 – Jogo de Angola (Mauro Duarte / Paulo César Pinheiro) (*)
08 – Ninguém (Paulo César Pinheiro) (*)
09 – Moeda (Romildo / Toninho Nascimento) (**)
10 – Amor Desfeito (Gisa Nogueira) (**)
11 – O Bem e o Mal (Nelson Cavaquinho / Guilherme de Brito) (***)
12 – Tu Que Me Deste o Teu Cuidado (Capiba / Manuel Bandeira) (*)


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Clara Nunes – Clara Nunes (1973)

3 08 2012

Link original: Clara Nunes – Clara Nunes (1973)
Publicado em: Friday, September 14, 2007 by zecalouro


I was saving this post for some of those Loronix Samba Saturday, but I think it will fit very nice today, such like an amulet to bring lucky and keep the Murphy Law away from my computers for a while. This album is truly beautiful, starting by the cover artwork, showing a painting of Clara Nunes made by Luiz Jasmin. Sometimes these covers are so great that I cannot resist showing the opposite side together with the front side. Let’s see.

This is Clara Nunes – Clara Nunes (1973), for Odeon, pretty unknown album, perhaps for being released between two great ones, Clara, Clarice, Clara (1972) and Alvorecer (1974). Clara Nunes had support of several Brazilian Maestros writing the arrangements, Laercio de Freitas, Carlos Monteiro de Souza, Helio Delmiro and Orlando Silveira. This is also the third album she made with direction of Lindolfo Gaya. We know everything about arrangers, but little about musicians, they are not credited and my searches did not give results. Tracks include:

01 – Tristeza Pe no Chao (Armando Fernandes “Mamao”) [4]
02 – Fala Viola (Eloir Silva / Francisco Inacio)
03 – Minha Festa (Nelson Cavaquinho / Guilherme de Brito) [1]
04 – Umas e Outras (Chico Buarque de Hollanda) [3]
05 – Arlequim de Bronze (Synval Silva [2]
06 – O Mais que Perfeito (Jards Macale / Vinicius de Moraes) [3]
07 – Quando Vim de Minas (Xango da Mangueira)
08 – Meu Cariri (Dilu Melo / Rosil Cavalcante) [1]
09 – Homenagem a Olinda, Recife e Pai Edu (Baracho)
10 – E Doce Morrer no Mar (Dorival Caymmi) [2]
11 – Amei Tanto (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
12 – Valeu pelo Amor (Ivor Lancelotti) [2]

[1] Orlando Silveira
[2] Laercio de Freiras
[3] Helio Delmiro
[4] Carlos Monteiro de Souza


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Clara Nunes – Clara Clarice Clara (1972)

20 05 2012

Link original: Clara Nunes – Clara Clarice Clara (1972)
Publicado em: Monday, July 09, 2007 by zecalouro

It has been almost a year since the last Clara Nunes album was made available at Loronix. Clara Nunes is the favorite of many Loronixers. We made a survey in the very first beginning of Loronix to point out the greatest Brazilian Diva ever and Elis Regina was the winner. My fault to do not include Clara Nunes as an option and I’m sure she would be in the top three if included.

This is Clara Nunes – Clara Clarice Clara (1972), for Odeon. Clara Nunes started her recording career in the late 60’s and these first ones are the albums available at Loronix. She started as a romantic singer, making a gradual change to Samba that came to a term with Clara, Clarice, Clara, her first album fully dedicated to the style. Later, Clara Nunes introduced Afro-Brazilian elements to her recordings, such as the use of lyrics based on religions such like Candomble and others. This album was found on MINT conditions and the vinyl was played for the first time this week, everything is fine here, from cover scans to the music. Tracks include:

01 – Sempre Mangueira (Nelson Cavaquinho / Geraldo Queiroz)
02 – Seca do Nordeste (Waldir de Oliveira / Gilberto Andrade)
03 – Alvorada no Morro (Carlos Cachaça / Cartola / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho)
04 – Tempo à Bessa (João Nogueira)
05 – Morena do Mar (Dorival Caymmi) Puxada da Rede do Xaréu (Maria Rosita Salgado Goes)
06 – Ilu Aye (Terra da Vida) (Cabana / Norival Reis)
07 – Opção (Gisa Nogueira)
08 – Anjo Moreno (Candeia)
09 – Tributo aos Orixás (Mauro Duarte / Ruben Tavares)
10 – Último Pau-de-arara (Venâncio / Corumba / José Guimarães) Vendedor de Caranguejo (Gordurinha)
11 – Clarice (Caetano Veloso / Capinan)


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Lyrio Panicali and His Orchestra – Brazil, New Dimensions in Sound (1968)

29 10 2011

Link original: Lyrio Panicali and His Orchestra – Brazil, New Dimensions in Sound (1968)
Publicado em: Monday, November 27, 2006 by zecalouro

I have a special admiration for all Brazilian Maestros we have at Loronix and Lyrio Panicali is among my favorites. This LP, recorded for US market, is probably unknown by many friends in Brazil, Lyrio Panicali and His Orchestra – Brazil, New Dimensions in Sound (1968), for United Artists, I cannot confirm right now if the record session was taken in Brazil or in the US. This one should not be confused with the fantastic Nova Dimensao, released in 1965 for Odeon.

This is not only an Orchestra album, there are voices and lyrics in some tracks, Clara Nunes at his pre-samba ages, recognized for her collaboration with Lyrio Panicali sings on tracks Insensatez and A Felicidade. Silvio Cesar also makes his contribution singing tracks Dindi and Apelo. The repertoire is based on Bossa Nova standards, another unique release provided by Caetano Rodrigues. Tracks include:

01 – Aranjuez, Mon Amour
02 – Upa Neguinho
03 – Insensatez – with Clara Nunes
04 – Carolina
05 – Tem Mais Samba
06 – Dindi – with Silvio Cesar
07 – Tristeza
08 – Apelo – with Silvio Cesar
09 – Roda
10 – Meditacao
11 – A Felicidade – with Clara Nunes
12 – Garota de Ipanema


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Poeta, Moca e Violao – A Historia dos Shows Inesqueciveis – Vinicius de Morais, Clara Nunes e Toquinho (1973)

19 10 2011

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Poeta, Moca e Violao – A Historia dos Shows Inesqueciveis – Vinicius de Morais, Clara Nunes e Toquinho (1973)
Publicado em: MONDAY, OCTOBER 02, 2006

Live recordings of legendary Brazilian music shows are also of a acceptance at Loronix. For reasons that I don’t know why, these LPs are really hard to find. zecalouro presents a recording of a truly legendary show: Poeta, Moca e Violao – A Historia dos Shows Inesqueciveis – Vinicius de Morais, Clara Nunes e Toquinho (1973), a triple album with this powerful trio singing together with Vinicius de Moraes reciting poems and chatting with the audience, Clara Nunes singing and Toquinho playing the acoustic guitar.

The concert was on Teatro Castro Alves, Salvador, Bahia, on February 27th 1973, being released in record only in 1991. They are backed by Moacir (bass), Enéas (drums), Edinho (percussion) and Franklin (flute). It should be very nice to hear them performing together. Tracks include 30 songs:

01 – Pátria Minha (Vinicius de Moraes) Poema
02 – O Poeta Aprendiz (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – Canção de Amor (Elano de Paula / Chocolate)
04 – Olhe Aqui Mr Buster (Vinicius de Moraes) Poema
05 – Lamento (Pixinguinha / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Mundo Melhor (Pixinguinha / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – Chorando Pra Pixinguinha (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – O Rancho das Namoradas (Ary Barroso / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – Eurídice (Vinicius de Moraes) – Toquinho (Violão) e Franklin (Flauta)
10 – A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
11 – Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
12 – Marcha da Quarta-feira de Cinzas (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
13 – Berimbau (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
14 – Consolação (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
15 – Canto de Ossanha (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
16 – Se Todos Fossem Iguais a Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
17 – Como Dizia o Poeta (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
18 – Veja Você (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
19 – Regra Três (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
20 – Cotidiano Nº 2 (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
21 – Cotidiano Nº 2 (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes) Versão francesa
22 – Gente Humilde (Garoto / Vinicius de Moraes / Chico Buarque)
23 – Paiol de Pólvora (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
24 – Clarice (Caetano Veloso / Capinan)
25 – Morena do Mar (Dorival Caymmi)
26 – Opção (Gisa Nogueira)
27 – Tributo aos Orixás (Mauro Duarte / Ruben Tavares / Noca da Portela)
28 – São Demais os Perigos Desta Vida (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
29 – Tatamirô (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)
30 – Tarde Em Itapoã (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)

This is Poeta, Moca e Violao – A Historia dos Shows Inesqueciveis – Vinicius de Morais, Clara Nunes e Toquinho (1973), at Loronix.

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Clara Nunes e Paulo Gracindo – Brasileiro, Profissão Esperança – Ao Vivo (1974)

17 10 2011

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Clara Nunes e Paulo Gracindo – Brasileiro, Profissão Esperança – Ao Vivo (1974)
Publicado em: MONDAY, AUGUST 07, 2006

Here is an out of print Clara Nunes LP, recorded live with Paulo Gracindo, Brasileiro Profissao Esperanca (1974) is dedicated to Dolores Duran and Antonio Maria. All tracks are composed by Dolores Duran and Antonio Maria, as follows:

01 – Estrada Do Sol
02 – Valsa De Uma Cidade
03 – Ternura Antiga
04 – Por Causa De Você
05 – Ninguém Me Ama
06 – Menino Grande
07 – A Noite De Meu Bem
08 – Fim De Caso
09 – Frevo Número Dois Do Recife
10 – Manha De Carnaval
11 – Castigo
12 – Suas Mãos
13 – Solidão
14 – Se Eu Morresse Amanhã De Manhã
15 – Pela Rua
16 – Noite De Paz (Dá-Senhor)
17 – Canção Da VoltaOnce again, this LP is presented without individual tracks, just two single tracks to Side A and Side B. Believe me it is a rare and worthwhile LP that you cannot miss.

Stay with Clara Nunes and Paulo Gracindo – Brasileiro Profissao Esperanca (1974), at Loronix.


Como não está disponível em nenhum local, estamos disponibilizando provisoriamente na forma de um magnet link. O arquivo contém dois discos da Clara Nunes: este e Alvorecer .OBS: não se esqueça de deixar semeando  depois que você terminar de baixar (uma boa razão seria pelo menos 2 vezes o tamanho dos arquivos que você baixar!)

Clara Nunes – Alvorecer (1974)

16 10 2011

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Clara Nunes – Alvorecer (1974)
Publicado em: THURSDAY, AUGUST 03, 2006

That’s right. Clara Nunes was another zecalouro’s mom advice. zecalouro takes all mom advices, but the decided to put this one on the freeze until a Loronixer asks for it. Mom said that Alvorecer (1974) was the best pick. zecalouro did some research on Clara Nunes discography and mom recommendation is confirmed, this is considered by some reviewers one of the finest Brazilian records ever made.
zecalouro presents, Clara Nunes – Alvorecer (1974) with arrangements by Joao Donato, Helio Delmiro, Carlos Monteiro de Souza and Orlando Silveira, her most successful album, showing a powerful vocalist navigating on Samba, Samba-Circle and Afro-Brazilian rhythms and influences throughout all tracks.

zecalouro will ask for AMG bio to introduce Clara Nunes, as follows:

Together with Beth Carvalho and Alcione, Clara Nunes, in life, was regarded as one of the three Queens of Samba. She had (and still has) enormous success with sambas by composers of the hills like “Juízo Final” (Nelson Cavaquinho/Élcio Soares) and “Coração Leviano” (Paulinho da Viola) and songs devoted to her religion, the Candomblé. Among her hits, recorded in her solo 16 albums, there are “Você Passa E Eu Acho Graça” (Ataulfo Alves/Carlos Imperial), “Ê Baiana,” “A Deusa Dos Orixás,” “Macunaíma,” “O Mar Serenou,” (Candeia), “As Forças Da Natureza” (João Nogueira/Paulo César Pinheiro), “Guerreira,” “Feira de Mangaio” (Sivuca/Glorinha Gadelha), “Portela Na Avenida” (Mauro Duarte/Paulo César Pinheiro), and “Nação” (João Bosco/Aldir Blanc).

An orphan since childhood, Clara Nunes became a manual laborer at a factory suffering with difficulties and poverty. In 1960, she won the Minas Gerais section of the national contest A Voz de Ouro ABC and was classified in the third place in the national final. Hired by a radio, she had her own show at TV Itacolomi (Minas Gerais). Also singing in nightclubs, she was appointed for three times as best singer of the year. She moved to Rio in 1965 and was hired by TV Continental.

The first record came in next year, A Voz Adorável de Clara Nunes. Singing boleros and sambas-canção, the option for the samba came only in 1968 with her first hit, “Você Passa E Eu Acho Graça” (Ataulfo Alves/Carlos Imperial). In 1970, she had success with “É Baiana” (Fabrício da Silva/Baianinho/Ênio Santos Ribeiro/Miguel Pancrácio) and the Portela samba-enredo “Ilu Ayê” (Norival Reis/Silvestre Davi da Silva). In 1972, she staged her first show, Sabiá Sabiô. The samba “Tristeza Pé No Chão” (Armando Fernandes), recorded in the same year, sold more than 100,000 copies. In 1973, sided by Vinícius de Moraes and Toquinho, she opened in Salvador, the show O Poeta, A Moça e O Violão.

In the same year, she performed in Lisbon, Portugal, and, in the next year, in the MIDEM (Cannes, France). In 1974, her LP Alvorecer had the hits “Conto de Areia” (Romildo/Toninho), “Menino de Deus” (Mauro Duarte/Paulo César Pinheiro), and “Meu Sapato Já Furou” (Elton Medeiros/Mauro Duarte), selling 300,000 copies and opening opportunities for other female singers like Alcione and Beth Carvalho. In 1975, she toured several European countries. This was the year in which she released her most successful album, Claridade, followed by the also successful Canto Das Três Raças. In 1980, she had another big hit with

“Morena de Angola,” written by Chico Buarque especially for her. She died during a controverted varicose veins surgery, provoking generalized consternation.

Take yours, Clara Nunes – Alvorecer (1974), at Loronix.

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Clara Nunes – Voce Passa e Eu Acho Graça (1968)

18 08 2011

Link original: Clara Nunes – Voce Passa e Eu Acho Graça (1968)
Publicado em: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 by zecalouro

We had the chance to know Clara Nunes debut LP, A Voz Adoravel de Clara Nunes a few posts ago and we understood she was a complete different singer by that time in terms of repertoire, interpretation and identification with Samba, which is the genre Clara Nunes is widely recognized.

This LP, the second Clara Nunes LP, Você Passa e Eu Acho Graça (1968), landmarks her transition to Samba, mostly by the enhancement of the repertoire, with the introduction of classic Samba compositions and songs from “modern” composer, such as Chico Buarque and Antonio Carlos Jobim.

Clara is more confortable on this LP and really close to the genre of her choice. Special attention to the song Voce Passa e Eu Acho Graca, which is the album title and the song of a video early presented by zecalouro a few weeks ago. Tracks include:

01 – Você não é como as flores (Carlos Imperial – Ataulfo Alves)
02 – Sabia (Chico Buarque – Tom Jobim)
03 – Cheguei à conclusão (Darcy da Mangueira)
04 – Desencontro (Chico Buarque)
05 – Pra Esquecer (Noel Rosa)
06 – Rua D’Aurora (Durval Ferreira – Fátima Gaspar)
07 – Voce Passa e Eu Acho Graca (Carlos Imperial – Ataulfo Alves)
08 – Sucedeu Assim (Marino Pinto – Tom Jobim)
09 – Grande Amor (Martinho da Vila)
10 – O que é que Eu Faço (Ribamar – Dolores Duran)
11 – Minha Partida (Elizabeth – David Nasser)
12 – Corpo e Alma (Augusta Maria Tavares)
13 – Encontro (Élton Medeiros – Luiz Sergio Bilheri)
14 – Porta Aberta (Benedito Reis – Jair Amorim)
15 – A Noite – Quando Cai a Noite (Roberto Muniz – Almeidinha)


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Clara Nunes – A Voz Adoravel de Clara Nunes (1966) – Debut LP

14 08 2011

Link original: Clara Nunes – A Voz Adoravel de Clara Nunes (1966) – Debut LP
Publicado em: Monday, August 14, 2006 by zecalouro

Hired by Odeon in 1965 after a check, Clara Nunes released in the following year her debut LP, A Voz Adoravel de Clara Nunes, with Boleros and Samba-Cancao. The option for Samba came only in 1968 – so you will need to fine-tune your expectations about this LP, it will sound old-fashioned since Clara Nunes is not performing Samba, as she is mostly associated.

Anyway, this is a nice debut album from a very early Clara Nunes, her voice his here and for the many fans we have at Loronix, anything that comes from Clara Nunes should be challenging. The second LP landmarks her transition to Samba and depending on the commercial availability, it should make your day at Loronix in a couple of days. Track list includes:

01 – Amor quando é amor (Niquinho – Othon Russo)
02 – Ai de Quem (Alcina Maria – Osmar Navarro)
03 – Poema do Desencontro (Silvino Netto)
04 – Convite (Marco Polo – Anizio Pessanha)
05 – Encontro
06 – Adeus Rio (Jota Junior)
07 – De vez em quando (Joao Roberto Kelly)
08 – Tempo Perdido (Jair Amorim – Evaldo Gouveia)
09 – Sonata de Quem e Feliz (Paulo Aguiar – Gabriel Pessanha)
10 – Cancao de Sorrir e Chorar (Tito Madi)
11 – Enredo (Benil Santos – Raul Sampaio)
12 – Dia de Esperança (Jorge Smera)


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