Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Na Onda Volume 3 (1967)

27 10 2013

Link original: Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Na Onda Volume 3 (1967)
Publicado em: Saturday, August 15, 2009 by zecalouro

Ed Maciel - Na Onda Vol. 3

Hello, good evening! Here we go with the third volume of this long series of eleven albums called “Na Onda” recorded by this unique Brazilian musician, the trombonist, conductor, arranger and composer Ed Maciel, requested by many Loronix’s friends. Na Onda is a rather curious series. The value proposition is based on popular music and popular albums. However, these albums are really hard to find. It is not a matter of commercial failure since the series would never reach eleven albums. Let’s see.

This is Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Na Onda Volume 3 (1967), for London, the third out of eleven albums recorded by Ed Maciel and his orchestra, mainly music for dance, very similar to the albums released by Maestro Erlon Chaves’ Banda Veneno Internacional on those nice years. Ed Maciel made a large contribution to Brazilian instrumental music, but little is available about him, except his entry at Enciclopedia Instrumental Brasileira, available through this link. Tracks include:

01 – Namoradinha de Um Amigo Meu (Roberto Carlos)
02 – Winchester Cathedral (G. Stephens)
03 – See You In September (S. Wayne / S. Edwards)
04 – Gatinha Manhosa (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos)
05 – Tijuana Taxi (B. Coleman)
06 – Meu Limão Meu Limoeiro (Tradicional)
07 – Cheveux Longs Idées Courtes (J. Halliday / G. Thibaut)
08 – La Poupée Qui Fait Non (M. Polnareff / F. Gérard)
09 – I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Cole Porter)
10 – Trini’s Tune (T. Lopez / L. Kusik)
11 – Black Is Black (M. Grainger / S. Wadey / T. Hayes / Adpt. G. Aber)
12 – Got To Get You Into My Life (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no La Playa Music.





Ed Maciel – Volume 5 (1968)

21 04 2013

Link original: Ed Maciel – Volume 5 (1968)
Publicado em: Thursday, June 12, 2008 by zecalouro

Ed Maciel - Volume 5

Hello, good evening! Since Monday, Loronix has a new back-end application that counts with a very cool feature. This new tool gathers information about the search terms typed at Google that generates a referral to Loronix, providing nice reports about the most common search terms divided by country, continent and even cities.

This is a really important tool. Now I can create reports ranking the most common search terms, really nice to understand what people are looking for. I’m proud that the terms “Loronix” and “zeca louro” are on top of the ranking, followed by renowned artists such like Antonio Carlos Jobim and Baden Powell. In the other hand, this tool shows that many friends really don’t know how to make an efficient use of Google. Several queries are made like questions to Google instead of search terms. It is common to find terms with questions, such like: “I want to read about bossa nova.”, for instance. Another top ranked term is “Duran Duran”, probably made by people looking for information about the rock group Duran Duran arriving here to find Dolores Duran.

Anyway, so far, the great surprise was the trombonist, conductor, arranger and composer Ed Maciel being requested by many people, especially aboard. This post comes in response to this demand for Maestro Ed Maciel music. Let’s see.

This is Ed Maciel –Volume 5 (1968), for London, the fifth out of the eleven albums recorded by Ed Maciel and his orchestra, which are mainly music for dance, very similar to the albums released by Maestro Erlon Chaves’ Banda Veneno Internacional in the same period. Ed Maciel was a very important musician with participation on several important Brazilian instrumental music albums, such like the one released by Os Sete de Ouros, Os Gatos, Moacir Santos’ Coisas, Joao Gilberto’s Chega de Saudade, among many others. Tracks include:

01 – Hey Jude (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
02 – When I Was Five (Bernstein / Millrose)
03 – Light My Fire (Morrison / Manzarek / Krieger / Densmore)
04 – This Crazy World (Paul Anka)
05 – Do You Know The Way To San José (Burt Bacharach / H. David)
06 – Ed Maciel Tema (José Orlando / Benil Santos)
07 – Those Were The Days (Raskin)
08 – Hold Me Tight (J. Nasch)
09 – Don’t Give Up (T. Hatch / J. Trent)
10 – Choo Choo Train (Fritts / Hinton)
11 – I Dig Rock And Roll Music (P. Stookey / J. Mason / D. Dixon)
12 – Sá Marina (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no La Playa Music.





Maciel – Maciel Toca, Voce Danca (1960)

15 05 2012

Link original: Maciel – Maciel Toca, Voce Danca (1960)
Publicado em: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! Wooow! Sorry, I could not control my enthusiasm when I opened the new Caetano Rodrigues packaged and found this fantastic album. My first contact was at Caetano’s place in Sao Paulo. I look to Caetano and asked: “Can I get someday to Loronix?” and he said “Yes!!”. Since then it has been more than a month until the arrival today. I decided to make it first and I hope you get the same good feelings when hearing this fantastic album, like I had this afternoon.

This is Maciel – Maciel Toca, Voce Danca (1960), for Polydor. Maciel cannot be taken as Ed Maciel, which is also a trombonist. Maciel has many years of collaboration to Brazilian music; being also a Classical musician, member of Orquestra Sinfonica do Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro. Maciel blows great here and several Brazilian Maestros delivers arrangements to Maciel Danca, Voce Toca, as follows: Astor Silva, Moacir Santos (yep!), Severino Filho, K-Ximbinho and Cipo. Personnel listing is not available, but arrangers are associated to each track bellow. Tracks include:

The Arrangers

Astor Silva
“Maciel na Gafieira”, “O Que Fazer”, “Ginga das Palmas”

Moacir Santos
“Blue Gardenia”, “Night and Day”

Severino Filho
“A Felicidade”, “Stella by Starlight”, “O Nosso Amor”, “Tu mi Delirio”

K-Ximbinho
“Gracas a Deus”, “Joga a Rede no Mar”

Cipo
“Como e Bom Amar”

Track List

01 – Maciel na Gafieira (Ed Maciel)
02 – Blue Gardênia (B. Russell / L. Lester)
03 – A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Graças a Deus (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca”)
05 – Que Fazer (Jaime Florence “Meira” / Jota Santos)
06 – Stella By Starlight (V. Young / N. Washington)
07 – Night And Day (Cole Porter)
08 – O Nosso Amor (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – Tu Mi Delirio (C. Portillo de La Luz)
10 – Ginga das Palmas (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca”)
11 – Joga a Rede no Mar (Fernando César / Nazareno de Brito)
12 – Como É Bom Amar (Maciel)

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Este disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.

Ao contrário do que diz o Zeca, acredito que este Maciel é, sim,  o Ed Maciel, também conhecido como Edmundo Maciel – http://musicosdobrasil.com.br/ed-maciel . Seu irmão mais novo, Edson Maciel, também trombonista, seguia uma linha mais jazzista – http://musicosdobrasil.com.br/edson-maciel e parece não ter nenhum disco solo.





Ed Maciel – Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Volume 4 (1967)

9 03 2012

Link original: Ed Maciel – Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Volume 4 (1967)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 21, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I was desperately waiting for this moment to arrive, Saturday night. From now on, no planes flying and making noise on top of my head. Since Tuesday, I was living with a constant and extremely annoying noise of several small planes practicing flights over my window for a competition today, some sort of plane racing. They were small planes; zeca went nuts really angry with them. I thought he thinks they are birds like him. They should not allow this kind of thing in the city. That noise was really a strike on any nervous system. Anyway, I think this process is now over and I kept my sanity.

Let’s start the picks of this Saturday making a lot of noise with Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra.

This is Ed Maciel e Sua Orquestra – Volume 4 (1967), for London, essentially, music for dancing, powered up by orchestra a great brass section and some Hammond B3 organ in the background. Ed Maciel released eight volumes of this self-titled orchestra series and this is the first one released here at Loronix. Tracks include:

01 – L’important C’est La Rose (Gilbert Bécaud / L. Amade)
02 – Celebration (B. Martin / P. Coucter)
03 – Can’t Take My Eyes Off You (B. Crewe / B. Gaudio)
04 – The Happening (E. Holland / B. Holland / Dozler / De Vol)
05 – Western Union (M. Raben / N. Ezell / J. Durrill)
06 – Barbarella (J. T. Meirelles)
07 – There’s a Kind Of Hush (L. Reed / G. Stephens)
08 – C’era Un Ragazzo Che Come Me Amava I Beatles e I Rolling Stones (Luisini / Migliacci)
09 – No Milk Today (G. Gouldman)
10 – A Little Bit Me a Little Bit You (N. Diamond)
11 – You Only Live Twice (J. Barry / L. Bricusse)
12 – Music To Watch Girls By (S. Ramin / T. Velona)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Arquivo do Samba Rock.





Edson Maciel – Ed. Maciel e sua Orquestra – Na Onda – Vol. 2 (1966)

11 08 2011

Link original: Edson Maciel – Ed. Maciel e sua Orquestra – Na Onda – Vol. 2 (1966)
Publicado em: Friday, August 11, 2006 by zecalouro

Introducing Edson Maciel or just Ed. Maciel, another legendary Brazilian trombonist. This is a rare and obscure LP, zecalouro does not have much info to share about it, so you will need to trust me this time, this is a great instrumental orchestrated LP, with a repertoire that goes from Latin music to 60’s rock’n’roll. Tracks include:

01 – Forget Him
02 – The More I See You
03 – California Dreamin’
04 – Guantanamera
05 – Satisfaction
06 – El Coyoteas
07 – Se Tu Non Fossi Bella Come Sei
08 – Nessuno Mi Puó Giudicare
09 – Spanish Flea
10 – Mamãe Passou Açúcar Em Mim
11 – Hang On Sloopy
12 – Juanita Banana

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.