A friend of zecalouro has asked to make available to Loronixers a LP of the Brazilian singer Evinha, which was member of the legendary Trio Esperança, a successful vocal group from the 60’s.
zecalouro took a 1973 Evinha LP, known as to be the hardest to find Evinha record. By the way, sometimes zecalouro uses to post records that were already posted on other friends blog. This should happen again, several times. zecalouro does not have time or skills to search all the blogsphere to check if someone else had first made a certain LP available.
Well, if you see an LP from another friend posted here without saying so, don’t be mad with the green bird. Just send him an email, available at zecalouro’s profile.
Back to Evinha, do not miss the AMG bio, tracks include:
01 – O que é que eu estou fazendo na rua (Luis Carlos Sá – Guarabyra – Zé Rodrix)
02 – No meio da madrugada (Jon Lemos – Roberto Corrêa)
03 – Foi assim [Juventude e ternura] (Renato Corrêa – Ronaldo Corrêa)
04 – Tiro de cores (Cassiano – Robson Jorge)
05 – As canções que você fez pra mim (Erasmo Carlos – Roberto Carlos)
06 – Deixa rolar (Luis Carlos Sá – Guarabyra – Zé Rodrix)
07 – Moça (Maria Thereza Guinle)
08 – Como vai você (Mário Marcos – Antônio Marcos)
09 – Vozes vazias (Ely de Oliveira – Fernando Araújo)
10 – Não vá ficar debaixo das rodas (Augusto Magalhães – Sidney Matos)
11 – Ben (B.Black – W.Share)
12 – Trechos: – O que é que eu estou fazendo na rua (Luis Carlos Sá-Zé Rodrix-Guarabyra), – As canções que você fez pra mim (Roberto Carlos-Erasmo Carlos), – Foi assim (Juventude e ternura) (Renato Corrêa-Ronaldo Corrêa), – No meio da madrugada (Roberto Corrêa-Jon Lemos), – Moça (Maria Thereza Guinle)
A successful vocalist in the Jovem Guarda in the Trio Esperança, Evinha had hits in her solo career with songs like “Teletema” (Antônio Adolfo/Tibério Gaspar), “Que Bandeira” (Marcos Valle/Paulo Sérgio Valle), “Como Vai Você” (Antônio Marcos), and “As Canções Que Você Fez Para Mim” (Roberto Carlos/Erasmo Carlos). Since her childhood, she sang together with siblings Mário Correia José Maria and Regina Correia José Maria. In 1958 the three of them formed the Trio Esperança, which had great success during the Jovem Guarda times and is still active. In 1968, she departed from the trio to pursue her solo career, being replaced by her sister Marisa Correia José Maria. Her first hit was “Casaco Marrom” (Guarabyra/Danilo Caymmi/Renato Corrêa). In the IV FIC (International Song Festival) in 1969, she won first place with “Cantiga Por Luciana” (Paulinho Tapajós/Edmundo Souto). In 1977, she recorded with Paul Mauriat. As the crooner of Mauriat’s orchestra, she toured Japan and China. In the ’90s, she rejoined the Trio Esperança. Appeared in solo performances in Brazil in 1999.
Esse disco pode ser buscado no Martoni.