Erasmo Carlos – Convida (1980)

30 09 2013

Link original: Erasmo Carlos – Convida (1980)
Publicado em: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 by zecalouro

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Hello, good evening! I would like to share an album that has been requested by many friends since the beginning of Loronix, which is perhaps the first album recorded in Brazil following this concept of summarizing the main songs of an artist career with the help of special guests, a very common practice today. Everybody says this one has something special and I totally agree. The repertoire is great and the guests that Erasmo Carlos joined in this session are much more than regular special guests. Let’s see.

This is Erasmo Carlos – Convida (1980), for Polydor, Bringing twelve Erasmo Carlos compositions, most of them written in partnership with Roberto Carlos. Together, the duo forms one of the most successful composer partnerships of Brazilian popular music. Roberto Carlos opens the show and is followed by renowned artists, with some others that were in evidence only on that period; such like As Freneticas and A Cor do Som. This is a solid and really pleasant listen that has been out of print for many years. Tracks include:

THE SPECIAL GUESTS

A Cor do Som
As Freneticas
Caetano Veloso
Gal Costa
Gilberto Gil
Jorge Ben
Maria Bethania
Nara Leao
Rita Lee
Roberto Carlos
Tim Maia
Wanderleia

Track List

01 – Sentado à Beira do Caminho (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Roberto Carlos
02 – Detalhes (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Gal Costa
03 – Além do Horizonte (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Tim Maia
04 – Mané João (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Gilberto Gil
05 – Minha Fama de Mau (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Rita Lee
06 – Sou Uma Criança Não Entendo Nada (Erasmo Carlos / Ghiaroni) featuring A Cor do Som
07 – Cavalgada (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Maria Bethânia
08 – Quero Que Vá Tudo Pro Inferno (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Caetano Veloso
09 – O Comilão (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Jorge Ben
10 – Café da Manhã (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Nara Leão
11 – Na Paz do Seu Sorriso (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos) featuring Wanderléa
12 – Se Você Pensa (Roberto Carlos) featuring As Frenéticas

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Nara Leao – … E Que Tudo mais Va pro Inferno (1978)

21 02 2012

Link original: Nara Leao – … E Que Tudo mais Va pro Inferno (1978)
Publicado em: Saturday, March 31, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! Thanks a million for the response to Survey made so far and the ones that will be fulfilled in the forthcoming weeks. I’m really excited to get your feedback about Loronix and use your thoughts to make our community better. Thanks also Caetano Rodrigues for the overall support, optimism and hard work. In the other hand, those things makes me feel very tired, you cannot realize the amount of work and energy to launch these things. That’s why we will start the day with Nara Leao and her relaxing voice on a tribute album to Roberto Carlos and Erasmo Carlos.

This is Nara Leao – … E que Tudo Mais Va pro Inferno (1978), for Philips. Don’t let the bitter words in title cheat you; the album is sweet with Nara Leao making his tribute to one of the most successful Brazilian composers, Roberto Carlos and his partner Erasmo Carlos. Rather unknown Nara Leao, accompanied by a top-notch musicians as the 70’s Brazilians albums uses to bring. Tracks include:

PersonnelRoberto Menescal and Mauricio Lana Carrilho
(production, arrangements, acoustic guitar)

Antonio Adolfo and Jotinha
(piano)
Rafael Rabello
(violao de 7 cordas)
Ary
(guitar)
Luciana
(cavaquinho)
Luizao, Tony and Paulo Cesar
(bass)
Wilson das Neves and Pedrinho
(drums)
Bira, Djalma Correa, Hermes and Marku Ribas
(percussion)
Celso, Beth and Flavia
(flute)
Marcio
(cello)
Mauricio Einhorn
(harmonica)
Celso
(clarinet)
Paulinho
(bandolin)

Track List

01 – Quero Que Vá Tudo Pro Inferno (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
02 – As Curvas da Estrada de Santos (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
03 – Além do Horizonte (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
04 – Como É Grande o Meu Amor Por Você (Roberto Carlos)
05 – Dia de Chuva (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
06 – Olha (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
07 – Cavalgada (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
08 – Proposta (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
09 – Debaixo dos Caracóis dos Seus Cabelos (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
10 – A Cigana (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
11 – O Divã (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
12 – Se Você Pensa (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)

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Erasmo Carlos – Sonhos e Memorias, 1941 – 1972 (1972)

9 09 2011

Link original: Erasmo Carlos – Sonhos e Memorias, 1941 – 1972 (1972)
Publicado em: Friday, October 06, 2006 by zecalouro

This is probably the best LP released by Erasmo Carlos, the preferred composition partner of the romantic Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos and one of the renowned figures of Jovem Guarda movement.

Erasmo Carlos – Sonhos e Memorias, 1941 – 1972 (1972) was originally a recommendation of Rufino – which changed recently his name to Jamil – and later on by the mighty Mr. G. In fact, Mr. G., a serious Brazilian music researcher from the 70’s, got mad when I told him that I had this LP and it was out of Loronix for such long time.

If Jamil and Mr. G. say that this is one of the best Brazilian LPs from 1972, I cannot do anything but post. All 12 tracks are from Roberto Carlos and Erasmo Carlos, AMG bio is also included, as well personnel:

PersonnelMamao Conti, Paulinho Braga, Robertinho Silva
(drums)
Paulo Cesar, Alex Malheiros, Luizao Maia, Pedrinho
(bass)
Tavito, Jorge Amiden, Luiz Claudio Ramos
(12 string guitar)
Tavito, Renato, Paulo Cesar, Luiz Claudio Ramos
(electric guitar)
Erasmo Carlos, Luiz Claudio Ramos
(acoustic guitar)
Roberto Simonal
(sax)
Poly
(Hawaiian guitar)
Jose Roberto Bertrami, Emilio, Lafayette
(piano)
Tavito, Lafayette, Bertrami
(organ)

Track list

01 – Largo da 2ª Feira (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
02 – Mané João (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
03 – Bom Dia Rock’n’roll (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
04 – Grilos (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
05 – Minha Gente (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
06 – Mundo Cão (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
07 – Sorriso DelaA (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
08 – Sábado Morto (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
09 – É Proibido Fumar (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
10 – Vida Antiga (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
11 – Meu Mar (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
12 – Preciso Encontrar Um Amigo (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)

Erasmo Carlos is a historic figure in Brazilian rock, acknowledged by many as the father of Brazilian style. Extremely important as a composer, mainly because of his creations with longtime partner Roberto Carlos, he has been intensively recorded by many top artists. He also has an extensive solo discography. Heavily influenced by rock & roll, he learned his first chords with Tim Maia in 1957. In the same year, he became a member (together with Roberto Carlos) of Maia’s seminal band Os Sputniks, a precursor to Brazilian soul music. The next year, he joined the group the Snacks as a vocalist, again with Roberto Carlos. Until the mid-’60s, both performed on radio and TV shows like Os Brotos Comandam (Rádio Guanabara and TV Continental) and Festival de Brotos (TV Tupi), becoming important precursors to the Jovem Guarda movement. From 1965 to 1967, he joined the group Renato e Seus Blue Caps as a vocalist and guitarist. His first composition, “Eu Quero Twist,” was recorded by Agnaldo Rayol for Copacabana. His first recording as a singer was in 1962, with “Terror dos Namorados,” written with Roberto Carlos. Soon the duo released “Parei na Contramão,” and the two hits consecrated them permanently. “Festa de Arromba” (with Roberto Carlos) was a big hit in 1964. In September 1965, TV Record launched the show Jovem Guarda, directed toward their young audience. The show would give birth to the homonymous movement that provoked the precocious demise of bossa nova. In Jovem Guarda, Erasmo Carlos was the Tremendão, and shared the hosting with Roberto Carlos and Wanderléa. Many songs of the duo Roberto/Erasmo became big hits, with “Quero Que Tudo Vá Para o Inferno” being the anthem of a whole generation. Erasmo Carlos’ career continued after the end of Jovem Guarda with the recording of many albums and show performances; at the same time, his compositions continued to be recorded by many top artists. In 1968, he made his first appearance in film, in Roberto Carlos em ritmo de aventura, the same year in which he was sued for the corruption of youngsters due to his sensual performances; he was prohibited from performing for two years. In the next year, he appeared in Roberto Carlos e o diamante cor-de-rosa and, in 1970, in A 300 km por hora. In 1972, he was awarded with the Coruja de Ouro trophy for his performance in the film Os Machões (1971). In 1974, he formed the rock band Companhia Brasileira de Rock with guitarist Liminha, saxophonist Yon, bassist Rubão, pianist Sérgio Kaça, and drummer Dinho. This was followed by a performance in the Hollywood Rock Festival and, in 1985, the historic Rock in Rio Festival for 250,000 people. In 1997, he and Roberto Carlos were awarded the Shell prize for the entirety of their works.

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