Jacob do Bandolim – Os Saraus de Jacob (1971)

25 09 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – Os Saraus de Jacob (1971)
Publicado em: Thursday, May 21, 2009 by zecalouro

CapaLPFront

Hello, good evening! Today was the best day I had since Loronix Headquarters made the move to Jacarepaguá in March 2009. The reason for such a perfect day was simple; my internet link was down all day long, which enabled me to leave the house for some interesting musical missions around the neighborhood.

The first mission was a visit to the famous Retiro dos Artistas house and try to talk to its most famous guest at the moment, Mrs. Rosana Toledo. My idea was to take some of her albums with me and giver her as a gift. I read that she no longer have them. I could not talk with Rosana Toledo, but I could schedule something for a new opportunity. Perhaps I can take some pictures and gather a message to our community?

My second mission had this album in mind. I knew Jacob do Bandolim lived in Jacarepaguá and his place was a meeting point with plenty of music everytime. I walked the streets, I asked questions, I ran some risk by going to places that did not know, but unfortunately could not find the place.

Anyway, I hope this album can bring this information. It was recorded in the house of Jacob Bandolim and released a few years after his early death by Herminio Bello de Carvalho. Let’s see.

This is Jacob do Bandolim – Os Saraus de Jacob (1971), for RCA Camdem, featuring Jacob do Bandolim performing at his own place with Conjunto Epoca de Ouro with Paulo Tapajos as special guest on three tracks. Side A brings a recording taken in 16/Aug/1968, and side B two months later with Paulo Tapajos in 06/Nov/1968. Liner notes written by Herminio Bello de Carvalho bring detailed information about both sessions and the whole spirit of how these Saraus happened at Jacob do Bandolim’s place. Tracks include:

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Personnel

JACOB DO BANDOLIM
(bandolim)

CONJUNTO EPOCA DE OURO
Cesar Faria
(violao)
Damasio
(violao 7 cordas)
Jonas
(cavaquinho)
Manoel Rigaud
(percussion)
Dino 7 Cordas (Side B)
(violao 7 cordas)

Track List

01 – Brejeito (Ernesto Nazareth)
02 – Faceira (Ary Barroso)
03 – Noites Cariocas (Jacob do Bandolim)
04 – Os Olhos Dela (Catulo da Paixão Cearense / Irineu de Almeida) with PAULO TAPAJOS / JACOB DO BANDOLIM
05 – Trovas (Adelmar Tavares / Marcelo Tupinambá) with PAULO TAPAJOS
06 – Lágrimas (Cândido das Neves “Índio”) with PAULO TAPAJOS / JACOB DO BANDOLIM
07 – Cochicho (Pixinguinha)
08 – Murmurando (Fon-Fon / Mário Rossi)

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Jacob do Bandolim – Epoca de Ouro | Jacob e Seu Bandolim em HI-FI (1958)

8 06 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – Epoca de Ouro | Jacob e Seu Bandolim em HI-FI (1958)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 by zecalouro

JacobEmHi-Fi

Hello again! Busy day at Loronix today, this is good. Before talking about this reposting, I would like to say that I received emails from friends who live outside Brazil asking for directions to purchase Charles Gavin’s book 300 Discos Importantes da Música Brasileira. My advice is to use Livraria Cultura on-line, they ship outside Brazil, in five continents, check this page to see Livraria Cultura shipping rates & policies. And good luck!

This is Jacob do Bandolim – Epoca de Ouro | Jacob e Seu Bandolim em HI-FI (1958), for RCA Victor. Jacob do Bandolim recorded this album in 1958, and it is really different from his regular choro releases. Jacob is backed by and orchestra arranged by Maestro Radames Gnatalli and Maestro Carioca with Maestro Zaccarias in charge of conduction. There is also a Conjunto, not with a traditional Choro formation, featuring bass, piano, sax and accordion performed by renowned Brazilian musicians. The first post was made with a mid 60’s RCA Candem reissue and this is the first RCA Victor original issue, featuring this beautiful cover that finally arrives at Loronix. Tracks include:

Personnel

Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)

ORCHESTRA

Radames Gnattali
(orchestra arrangements at 01, 04, 05, 07, 08, 10)
Carioca
(orchestra arrangements at 02, 03, 06, 09, 11, 12)
Zaccarias
(orchestra conduction)

Santino, Parpinelli, Henrique Morelenbaum, Jorge Faini, Damiao Guimaraes, Julio Vieira, Carlos Noli Filho, Francisco Bernardo, Paulo Nissembaum, Roberto Domenech, Joao Correa de Mesquita, Raimundo Loyola
(violins)
Renault Araujo, Jacques Niremberg Jandavy de Almeida
(violas)
Ezio de Meis, Roberto Strutt, Eugen Ranevsky, Heinz Hertel
(cello)

CONJUNTO

Paulo Moura, Wilson
(sax alto)
Aurino, Fernando
(sax tenor)
Orfeu
(sax baritone)
Orlando
(accordion)
Fats Elpidio
(piano)
Jose Marinho
(bass)
Chuca-Chuca
(vibes)
Dino 7 cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Maspoli
(electric guitar)
Paulinho, Barao
(drums)
Gilberto
(pandeiro)
Nelson
(cacheta)

Track List

01 – Caprichos do Destino (Pedro Caetano / Claudionor Cruz)
02 – Longe dos Olhos (Cristóvão de Alencar / Djalma Ferreira)
03 – Lá Vem a Baiana (Dorival Caymmi)
04 – Cigana (Paulo Roberto / Romualdo Peixoto “Nonô”)
05 – Já Sei Sorrir (Ataulfo Alves / Claudionor Cruz)
06 – Da Cor do Pecado (Bororó)
07 – Lábios Que Beijei (J. Cascata / Leonel Azevedo)
08 – Saudade Dela (Ataulfo Alves)
09 – Cessa Tudo (Lamartine Babo / Celso Macedo)
10 – Jardim de Flores Raras (Francisco Matoso / Romualdo Peixoto “Nonô”)
11 – Feitiçaria (Custódio Mesquita / Evaldo Ruy)
12 – Serra da Boa Esperança (Lamartine Babo)

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças ao amigo Martoni ele pode ser buscado aqui.





Orlando Silva – O Eterno Seresteiro (1969)

9 05 2013

Link original: Orlando Silva – O Eterno Seresteiro (1969)
Publicado em: Thursday, August 07, 2008 by zecalouro

Orlando Silva - O Eterno Seresteiro

Orlando Silva - O Eterno Seresteiro-Back

Here we go on the last contribution made by my mother a couple of weeks ago, which is an album that I did not know the existence, featuring two important musicians, Orlando Silva, considered by many people (including Joao Gilberto) one of the greatest Brazilian singers of all time and Jacob do Bandolim, the master of bandolim playing, a well-known artist at Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Orlando Silva – O Eterno Seresteiro (1969), for RCA, featuring Orlando Silva backed by Jacob do Bandolim with Conjunto Epoca de Ouro. Little I know about this album, recorded in the same year Jacob do Bandolim has passed, if not the last, it is one of the latest albums recorded by Jacob. Conjunto Epoca de Ouro musicians and arrangers are not credited, but Rildo Hora is credited as artistic coordination and probably has some influence on arrangements. Tracks include.

01 – Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Modinha (Jaime Ovalle / Manuel Bandeira)
03 – Falsa Felicidade (Paulo Medeiros)
04 – Misterioso Amor (Saint-Clair Sena)
05 – Volta Para o Meu Amor (Joubert de Carvalho / Tostes Malta)
06 – Um Novo Ceu (Ted Moreno / Fernando Cesar)
07 – Meu Companheiro (Orestes Barbosa / Francisco Alves)
08 – Vidro Vazio (Romualdo Peixoto “Nono” / Orestes Barbosa)
09 – Guacyra (Hekel Tavares / Juraci Camargo)
10 – Modinha (Sergio Bittencourt)
11 – Maringa (Joubert de Carvalho)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Estação da Saudade.





Jacob do Bandolim – Chorinhos e Choroes (1961)

24 04 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – Chorinhos e Choroes (1961)
Publicado em: Sunday, June 22, 2008 by zecalouro

Jacob Do Bandolim - Chorinhos E Choroes

Jacob Do Bandolim - Chorinhos E Choroes

I believe it is time to make a special thank to Jorge Mello for making his collection available to our community. This is a Jacob do Bandolim career album that I never had the chance to hear. Recorded in 1961, Chorinhos e Choroes brings for the first time the musicians that would lead to Conjunto Epoca de Ouro, including the acclaimed Dino 7 Cordas and Cezar Faria. Let’s see.

This is Jacob do Bandolim – Chorinhos e Choroes (1961), for RCA Victor, if you are in the mood to listen to classic tunes by Pixinguinha, Luiz Americano, Ernesto Nazareth and Zequinha de Abreu performed by an exceptional group of musicians, this is the album you were waiting for. Jacob do Bandolim delivers some of his greatest renditions here. My highlight goes to Ameno Reseda, Os Cinco Companheiros, Proezas de Solon and Assanhado, which is the one selected to Loronix Preview Center. Tracks include:

Personnel

Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)
Jonas
(cavaquinho)
Cezar Faria
(violão 6 cordas)
Carlinhos
(violão 6 cordas)
Dino 7 Cordas
(violão 7 cordas)
Luiz Marinho
(bass)
Gilberto
(pandeiro)
Barao
(tamborim)
Pedro dos Santos
(reco-reco)

Track List

01 – Assanhado (Jacob do Bandolim)
02 – E do que Ha (Luiz Americano)
03 – Proezas de Solon (Pixinguinha)
04 – Santa Morena (Jacob do Bandolim)
05 – Os Cinco Companheiros (Pixinguinha)
06 – Ameno Reseda (Ernesto Nazareth)
07 – Nao me Toques (Zequinha de Abreu)
08 – Vou Vivendo (Pixinguinha)
09 – Serpentina (Nelson Alves)
10 – Juventude Saudosa (Amador Pinho)
11 – Benzinho (Jacob do Bandolim)
12 – Bola Preta (Jacob do Bandolim)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Jazz e um pouco de tudo.





Jacob do Bandolim e Seu Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Vibracoes (1967)

29 03 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim e Seu Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Vibracoes (1967)
Publicado em: Wednesday, April 23, 2008 by zecalouro

Jacob Do Bandolim & Época De Ouro - Vibrações

I’m not exaggerating and I’m very calm and confident to say that Vibracoes is among the top ten albums available at the entire collection of Loronix, which has registered more than 1700 albums until now. This masterpiece was first made available at June 2007, through a CD transfer made by a friend of a given late 90’s reissue. It is time to do it again, now with the audio transferred from the original 1967 RCA first issue, including hi-res scans from the front and back cover, full of information written by Jacob do Bandolim. Let’s see.

This is Jacob do Bandolim e Seu Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Vibracoes (1967), for RCA Candem. Listen, even if you do not appreciate choro, bandolim or instrumental music. Jacob do Bandolim and Epoca de Ouro deliver definitive interpretations and not yet overcame of standards, including also Jacob do Bandolim compositions and his magnificent Vibracoes, with overwhelming Jacob do Bandolim playing that no one is able to remain indifferent, even those who do not have a particular relationship we have with Brazilian music. I would rely on the willingness of all to exchange comments on this anthological album. Tracks include:

Personnel

Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)

Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Cesar Faria and Carlinhos
(violao)
Jonas
(cavaquinho)
Gilberto D’Avila
(pandeiro)
Jorginho
(percussion)

Track List

01 – Vibrações (Jacob do Bandolim)
02 – Receita de Samba (Jacob do Bandolim)
03 – Ingênuo (Pixinguinha / Benedito Lacerda)
04 – Pérolas (Jacob do Bandolim)
05 – Assim Mesmo (Luis Americano)
06 – Fidalga (Ernesto Nazareth)
07 – Lamento (Pixinguinha)
08 – Murmurando (Fon-Fon)
09 – Cadência (Juventino Maciel)
10 – Floraux (Ernesto Nazareth)
11 – Brejeiro (Ernesto Nazareth)
12 – Vésper (Ernesto Nazareth)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos.





Jacob do Bandolim – Isto e Nosso (1968)

7 03 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – Isto e Nosso (1968)
Publicado em: Monday, March 17, 2008 by zecalouro

Jacob Do Bandolim - Isto É Nosso

I get happy and proud when someone says that Loronix provides the opportunity to get along with new artists, otherwise impossible to be discovered using the traditional channels available to reach Brazilian music. This is very special and I am sure that each of us had some level and some moment of “discovery” at Loronix. I had several, even with artists that I already knew, since their albums are no longer available commercially.

My great discovery at Loronix was the legendary tenor sax Moacyr Silva, a very important artist that does not have a single career album available commercially. Another example is Jacob do Bandolim, considered by many the best Brazilian bandolim player ever and one of the greatest Brazilian musicians of all time. Let’s see.

This is Jacob do Bandolim – Isto e Nosso (1968), for RCA Camdem, featuring remastered Jacob do Bandolim recordings taken from 78 RPMs released in the 50’s. Jacob has the accompaniment of several renowned musicians, such like Dino 7 Cordas, Canhoto, Meira and a special group assembled on track 11 – Magoas, featuring Lindolpho Gaya, Zaccarias, Wilson, Paulo Moura, Moacyr Silva, Sandoval, Orfeu, Fats Elpidio, Dino, Bill, Barao, Jorge Silva and Silvio, available at Loronix Preview Center for your convenience. Thanks a million to JOAO-SP for making another nice album available to our community. Tracks include personnel listing this time.

Personnel (clique para ver em tamanho completo)

Jacob Do Bandolim - Isto É Nosso_2

Este disco pode ser buscado no Abracadabra.





Jacob do Bandolim – 10 Anos de Saudade (1979)

17 02 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – 10 Anos de Saudade (1979)
Publicado em: Friday, February 22, 2008 by zecalouro

Jacob do Bandolim - 10 Anos de Saudade (1979) (1)

Hello, good evening! Jacob do Bandolim discography can be divided in two different categories, as follows: career albums, including twelve LPs, several 78rpm and participations on other artists records. The twelve LPs are really hard to find, especially the first releases in the 10-inch format. The second are the tribute albums and compilations, there are many and they are not so difficult to find.

I have been gathering every Jacob do Bandolim record that appears in front of me and I’m learning a lot with the compilations, they bring very well written liner notes with very useful information about Jacob do Bandolim, including pictures, such like the ones available on this front cover, featuring Jacob do Bandolim when he was a kid with her mother and grandfather. Let’s see.

This is Jacob do Bandolim – 10 Anos de Saudade (1979), for RCA Candem, remastered tracks taken from previous Jacob do Bandolim albums, including 78rpm from the 50’s and some other tracks taken from LPs released in the early 60’s. Jacob do Bandolim was born in 1918, and died in 1969 with the early age of 51. The back cover describes in details Jacob do Bandolim passing, a really sad day to Brazilian music. Loronix Preview Center features the fantastic Atlantico by Ernesto Nazareth, recorded in 1951. Tracks include:

01 – Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth) 1951
02 – Proezas do Solon (Pixinguinha / Benedito Lacerda) 1961
03 – Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulpho Alves / Mario Lago) 1963
04 – Palpite Infeliz (Noel Rosa) 1963
05 – Rapaziada do Brás (Alberto Marino) 1953
06 – Branca (Zequinha de Abreu) 1960
07 – Atlântico (Ernesto Nazareth) 1951
08 – Chora Cavaquinho (Waldemar de Abreu “Dunga”) 1963
09 – Foi Ela (Ary Barroso) 1963
10 – Não Tenho Lágrimas (Max Bulhoes / Milton de Oliveira) 1963
11 – Vidinha Boa (Jacob Pick Bittencourt) 1954
12 – Busca-Pe (Jacob Pick Bittencourt) 1956
13 – Chega de Saudades (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) 1963
14 – Toca Pro Pau (Jacob Pick Bittencourt) 1954
15 – De Limoeiro a Mossoró (Jacob Pick Bittencourt) 1956
16 – Rua da Imperatriz (Jacob Pick Bittencourt) 1954

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Jacob do Bandolim – Do Arquivo do Jacob (1978)

6 02 2013

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – Do Arquivo do Jacob (1978)
Publicado em: Friday, February 08, 2008 by zecalouro

Jacob do Bandolim - Do Arquivo do Jacob (1978)

Hello, good evening! I’m really amazed with another fine release sponsored by JOAO-SP, this is a beauty of a compilation recorded by RCA with re-mastered cuts covering several career phases of a true genius, Jacob do Bandolim, backed by renowned musicians, such like: Canhoto, Zaccarias, Dino 7 Cordas, Paulo Moura, Moacyr Silva, Fats Elpidio, Cesar Faria and many others. Let’s see.

This is Jacob do Bandolim – Do Arquivo do Jacob (1978), for RCA Candem. Several compilations were released with re-mastered Jacob do Bandolim tracks and I never considered these albums at Loronix. JOAO-SP shows that once again I was wrong, there is more Jacob do Bandolim compilations to come and I took them for a spin today, they are all great. The download package includes the back cover scan with letters wrote by Jacob do Bandolim to his friend Alberto Rossi, a singer from Sao Paulo city, they reveal some facts about Jacob do Bandolim that I never heard about, including serious accident with his fingers in 1957. Tracks include:

Personnel

JACOB DO BANDOLIM E REGIONAL DO CANHOTO
Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)
Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Meira
(violao)
Canhoto
(cavaquinho)
Orlando Silveira
(accordion)
Antonio Taranto, Bill
(bass)
Gilberto D’Avilla, Jorge Silveira, Gilson
(pandeiro)
Jorge Silva, Pedro Santos, Gilson, Nelson, Barao, Pingo, Joab
(percussion)

JACOB DO BANDOLIM E SEU REGIONAL
Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)
Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Cesar Faria, Carlinhos
(violao)
Jonas
(cavaquinho)
Luiz Marinho
(bass)
Gilberto D’Avila
(pandeiro)
Barao
(tamborim)
Pedro dos Santos
(reco-reco)

JACOB DO BANDOLIM E SEUS CHOROES
Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)
Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Cesar Faria, Carlinhos
(violao)
Jonas
(cavaquinho)
Luiz Marinho
(bass)
Gilberto D’Avila
(pandeiro)
Jamil, Plinio
(percussion)
Pedro dos Santos
(reco-reco)

JACOB DO BANDOLIM E SECAO DE SAXES DA ORQUESTRA DE ZACCARIAS E RITMO
Jacob do Bandolim
(bandolim)
Wilson, Paulo Moura, Moacyr Silva, Sandoval, Orfeu
(sax)
Fats Elpidio
(piano)
Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Bill
(bass)
Barao
(drums)
Jorge Silva
(pandeiro)
Silvio
(percussion)

Track List

01 – Ciumento (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim e Regional do Canhoto
02 – Benzinho (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim e Regional do Canhoto
03 – Benzinho (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob e Seu Regional
04 – Implicante (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim & Secao de Saxes da Orquestra de Zaccarias e Ritmo
05 – Caricia (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim e Regional do Canhoto
06 – Biruta (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim e Regional do Canhoto
07 – A Ginga do Mane (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob e Seus Choroes
08 – Um Bandolim na Escola (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob e Ritmo da Escola de Mangueira
09 – O Voo da Mosca (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob e Seus Choroes
10 – Falta-me Voce (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob e Seus Choroes
11 – Saliente (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim e Regional do Canhoto
12 – Sempre Teu (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim e Regional do Canhoto
13 – Velhos Tempos (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim, Regional do Canhoto e Orquestra
14 – Forro de Gala (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim e Regional do Canhoto
15 – Santa Morena (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob do Bandolim, Regional do Canhoto e Orquestra de Cordas
16 – Santa Morena (Jacob do Bandolim) with Jacob e Seu Regional

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Deo Rian e Conjunto Noites Cariocas – Ineditos de Jacob do Bandolim (1980)

11 09 2012

Link original: Deo Rian e Conjunto Noites Cariocas – Ineditos de Jacob do Bandolim (1980)
Publicado em: Wednesday, October 17, 2007 by zecalouro

Since I decided to put more focus in the Choro genre a couple of months ago, Loronixers are gradually increase their response to this wonderful music in terms of number of downloads and direct feedback given. Choro is not for starters, and the feedback you are giving demonstrates that our community is really open to new styles and new artists. I’m making today this album, which is really nice tribute to Jacob do Bandolim by one of his disciples, Deo Rian. This is the outcome of Deo Rian research on not released Jacob do Bandolim compositions, twelve compositions never released before and performed by Deo Rian and his Conjunto Noites Cariocas, featuring a very young Raphael Rabello on Violao de 7 Cordas. Let’s see.

This is Deo Rian e Conjunto Noites Cariocas – Ineditos de Jacob do Bandolim (1980), for Eldorado, featuring 12 Jacob do Bandolim compositions never released before on recording. Deo Rian released this year the Volume 2 of Ineditos de Jacob do Bandolim and I urge Loronixers to check on-line stores for availability. Tracks include:

Personnel

Deo Rian
(bandolim)
Raphael Rabello
(Violao de 7 Cordas)
Damasio
(violao)
Julinho
(cavaquinho)
Darly
(pandeiro)
Manoel
(violao)

Track List

01 – Chorinho na Praia (Jacob do Bandolim)
02 – Chuva (Jacob do Bandolim)
03 – Baboseira (Jacob do Bandolim)
04 – Pateck Cebola (Jacob do Bandolim)
05 – Horas Vagas (Jacob do Bandolim)
06 – Boas Vidas (Jacob do Bandolim)
07 – Ao Som dos Violões (Jacob do Bandolim)
08 – Feitiço (Jacob do Bandolim)
09 – Orgulhoso (Jacob do Bandolim)
10 – Saracoteando (Jacob do Bandolim)
11 – Quebrando Galho (Jacob do Bandolim)
12 – Heróica (Jacob do Bandolim)

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no Vinyl e Amigos e na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Jacob do Bandolim – Jacob e Seu Bandolim | Assanhado (1966)

20 07 2012

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – Jacob e Seu Bandolim | Assanhado (1966)
Publicado em: Friday, August 31, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I have been receiving several emails supporting our Loronix Samba Saturday; Samba enthusiasts are really great, thank you! Just want to remember that Loronix Samba Saturday has also a partner, Justin also delivers Samba on Saturday at his website. However, some friends are requesting to change the day to Friday and some others are requesting to make it on Saturday and also on Friday. This is something that I need to think about and make the right decision.

Meanwhile, let’s make this Friday a transitional day to Loronix Samba Saturday, a classy transition by the way, showing Loronixers one of the most important artists that dedicated his art to Choro, Jacob do Bandolim.

This is Jacob do Bandolim – Jacob e Seu Bandolim | Assanhado (1966), for RCA Candem. Assanhado is a compilation with well known Jacob do Bandolim songs, perfect for fans and useful for those who want to hear Jacob do Bandolim for the first time. All tracks are solid with highlights to Assanhado, Andrea de Sapato Novo, Doce de Coco and Saxofone, Porque Choras. It is impossible to go wrong with Jacob do Bandolim. Tracks include:

01 – Assanhado (Jacob do Bandolim)
02 – Flor do Abacate (A. Sandim)
03 – Bola Preta (Jacob do Bandolim)
04 – André de Sapato Novo (Andre Victor Correa)
05 – Graúna (Joao Pernambuco)
06 – Vascaino (Jacob do Bandolim)
07 – Língua de Preto (H. Lopes)
08 – Doce de Coco (Jacob do Bandolim)
09 – Vale Tudo (Jacob do Bandolim)
10 – Bonicrates de Muleta (Biliano / Jacob do Bandolim)
11 – Saxofone Porque Choras (Ratinho)
12 – Sapeca (Jacob do Bandolim)

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Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Eliane e Martoni, ele pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco.





Jacob do Bandolim & Radames Gnattali – Retratos (1964)

29 06 2012

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim & Radames Gnattali – Retratos (1964)
Publicado em: Friday, August 10, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I’m feeling good today, perhaps by hearing another fantastic collaboration by Old Nic. This is an album that I never had the chance to hear or look its cover, in the spirit of he album title, showing a well-known character in Brazil popular known as “Lambe-Lambe”, which is a photographer that holds his equipment on streets making photos of people. They have disappeared with the creation of these automatic photo machines. They were very common in Rio de Janeiro, but I think they were gone a decade or two ago.

This is Jacob do Bandolim & Radames Gnattali – Retratos (1964), for Columbia, featuring Jacob do Bandolim on tracks 01, 02, 03 and 04 backed up by Radames Gnattali and his Orchestra performing Retratos Suite. Radames Gnattali playing piano with no additional accompaniement performs the remaining tracks. Jacob do Bandolim and Radames Gnattali alone makes this album worth checking. Tracks include:

01 – Retratos (Suíte) I – PixinguinhaA (Radamés Gnattali) – Jacob do Bandolim
02 – Retratos (Suíte) II – NazarethH (Radamés Gnattali) – Jacob do Bandolim
03 – Retratos (Suíte) III – Anacleto de MedeirosS (Anacleto de Medeiros / Radamés Gnattali) – Jacob do Bandolim
04 – Retratos (Suíte) IV – Chiquinha GonzagaA (Radamés Gnattali) – Jacob do Bandolim
05 – Uma Rosa Para Pixinguinha (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali
06 – Moto Contínuo (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali
07 – Vaidosa Nº 1 (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali
08 – Canhoto (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali
09 – Noturno (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali
10 – Vaidosa Nº 2 (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali
11 – Maneirando (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali
12 – Porque (Radamés Gnattali) – Radamés Gnattali

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Elizeth Cardoso, Zimbo Trio e Jacob do Bandolim – Ao Vivo no Teatro Joao Caetano 1 e 2 (1968)

29 12 2011

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Elizeth Cardoso, Zimbo Trio e Jacob do Bandolim – Ao Vivo no Teatro Joao Caetano 1 e 2 (1968)
Publicado em: TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2007

 

Ze Carioca good feelings are making me feel better, so better that I could remember to release the second part of this concert, pending for several months. I decided to make it all together with important quality improvement on the music.

This is an anthological show featuring, Elizeth Cardoso, Zimbo Trio, Jacob do Bandolim with Epoca de Ouro with a story behind. In 1968, upon encountering economical difficulties, the Museu da Imagem e do Som of Rio de Janeiro (MIS) conceptualized a show with Elizeth Cardoso backed by Jacob do Bandolim, his regional Época de Ouro, and Zimbo Trio, directed by Hermínio Bello de Carvalho, to raise funds for their important work preserving culture.

The historic show was recorded and released on two LPs, both presented here. This recording was made with used tapes – that weren’t new, blank ones – by two MIS engineers in seven and a half IPS (instead of the professional 15 IPS) with modest two-channel equipment. The albums sold 80,000 copies and contributed notably to save the museum. In 1977 a third volume was released with the subtitle “Fragmentos Inéditos do Histórico Recital”, but this is for another occasion. What really matters is right here on this really important moment on Brazilian Music history. Tracks include:

This is Elizeth Cardoso, Zimbo Trio e Jacob do Bandolim – Ao Vivo no Teatro Joao Caetano 1 e 2 (1968), for MIS. Really self-explanatory, stay with tracks and personnel. Tracks include:

PersonnelElizeth Cardoso

Jacob do Bandolim

Zimbo Trio

Hamilton Godoy
(piano)
Luis Chaves
(bass)
Ruben Barsotti
(drums)

Epoca de Ouro
Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)
Cesar Farias
(guitar)
Jonas
(cavaquinho)
Gilberto
(percussion)

Track List

This is Elizeth Cardoso, Zimbo Trio e Jacob do Bandolim – Ao Vivo no Teatro Joao Caetano 1 e 2 (1968), at Loronix.
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Elizeth Cardoso Ao Vivo no Teatro João Caetano – Elizeth Cardoso, Jacob do Bandolim, Zimbo Trio e Época de Ouro (1968)

10 10 2011

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Elizeth Cardoso Ao Vivo no Teatro João Caetano – Elizeth Cardoso, Jacob do Bandolim, Zimbo Trio e Época de Ouro (1968)
Publicado em: SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 2006

In 1968, upon encountering economical difficulties, the Sound and Image Museum of Rio de Janeiro (MIS) conceptualized a show with Elizeth Cardoso backed by Jacob do Bandolim, his regional Época de Ouro, and the Zimbo Trio, directed by Hermínio Bello de Carvalho, to raise funds for their important work preserving culture.

The historic show was recorded and released on two LPs, of which this is the first. Saving tapes (that weren’t new, blank ones), the two engineers of the MIS (Paulo Lavrador and Hamilton Córdoba) had to record in seven and a half IPS (instead of the professional 15 IPS) with modest two-channel equipment. The albums sold 80,000 copies and contributed notably to save the museum. In 1977 a third volume was released with the subtitle “Fragmentos Inéditos do Histórico Recital”.This is the First LP.  The tracklist is inside this post comments section.

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Jacob do Bandolim – Primas e Bordoes (1962)

17 08 2011

Link original: Jacob do Bandolim – Primas e Bordoes (1962)
Publicado em: Sunday, August 20, 2006 by zecalouro

This is the greatest Brazilian bandolim legend, Jacob Pick Bittencourt that took his instrument as part of his name, Jacob do Bandolim. Jacob is the most important musician of choro genre. In spite his active career, Jacob never was a professional musician and is the artist behind the most renowned choro compositions and recordings.

This is the never released in CD LP from 1962, Primas e Bordoes, a landmark in Jacob career, which he starts to be recognized as a great artist. Tracks includes:

01 – Teu beijo / choro (Mário Alves)
02 – Falta-me você / choro (Jacob)
03 – Araponga / choro (Luiz Gonzaga)
04 – Minha gente / choro (Pixinguinha)
05 – Meu chorinho / choro (Jonas Silva)
06 – Glória / valsa (Pixinguinha)
07 – Um bandolim na escola / samba (Jacob)
08 – Naquele tempo / choro (Pixinguinha)
09 – A ginga do Mané / choro (Jacob)
10 – Gorgulho / choro (Benedito Lacerda – Waldemar)
11 – Negrinha / choro (Joubert de Carvalho)
12 – O vôo da mosca / valsa (Jacob)

zecalouro will take AMG help to better show what Jacob do Bandolim means for Brazilian Music and choro.

Jacob do Bandolim is one of the first names in the history of the choro genre. A serious and dedicated musician, he instilled a high degree of professionalism in the traditionally relaxed music — even if he was never a professional himself (he made a living as a notary). He struggled to preserve Brazilian roots, and fought to impose his artistic sincerity on the music industry. He left important compositions that were incorporated in the repertory of chorões.

The son of a middle-class family, do Bandolim followed formal studies until his completion of the accounting course of study. In 1930, when he was 12, he became strongly motivated by the music of a blind violinist who was his neighbor. Asking his mother to give him a violin, he left the bow of the instrument aside, picking the strings with hairpins. After many broken strings, his mother gave him a mandolin at the suggestion of another neighbor.

His first performance as an amateur was three years later, at the Grêmio dos Estudantes Israelitas. In December of that year, he performed for the first time on Rádio Guanabara. In those times, he was already a brilliant mandolinist, and also a good violonista (acoustic guitarist) and cavaquinho player. In the next year, he won his first important contest at Rádio Guanabara, invited by Benedito Lacerda. Accompanied by Carlos Lentine, Luís Bittencourt, Canhoto, and Russo do Pandeiro, his group was named Jacob e Sua Gente by the show director, and was awarded the maximum grade given by the professional jury in a contest disputed by other 27 participants. Jacob e Sua Gente became a regular on Rádio Guanabara, alternating with the Regional de Benedito Lacerda and the Gente do Morro group in the accompaniment of professional singers and musicians like Noel Rosa, Herivelto Martins, Dunga, Joel e Gaúcho, Elizeth Cardoso, Ataulfo Alves, Lamartine Babo, Araci de Almeida, and Carlos Galhardo. But do Bandolim never became a professional musician because he knew he would have lost his musical personality — which was a very purist one. Instead, he held several jobs as a salesman or hawker, becoming a notary in 1940 and keeping that job until his death. In 1935, he joined the Conjunto da Rádio Ipanema, one of the three important groups of his life, initially directed by Mário Silva and later directed by himself. The group featured César Faria (after 1939) and Claudionor Cruz (violões, or acoustic guitars), Léo Cardoso (afoxê), and Candinho (drums). In 1943, by insistence of his future father-in-law, he abandoned his radio work, returning at the explicit desire of his wife, Adylia, in 1945 at Rádio Mauá. His first album was recorded in October 1947 with Continental (a company for whom he worked until 1949), having the hit “Remeleixo.” In July 1949, do Bandolim moved to RCA Victor, recording eight albums until October 1950. From March 1951 on, for the next ten years, he was accompanied by the Regional do Canhoto. In July 1961, the recording of Chorinhos e Chorões marked the opening of the group Época de Ouro, the third important group of his life, and one of the most prominent of all time in the genre. The group used other names until the LP Vibrações, which was released in October 1967 and is considered one of the best of all time. Do Bandolim’s imposed weekly rehearsals on Fridays and sometimes on Saturdays were rigorous. During those rehearsals the musicians sweated profusely, because the slightest mistake was accompanied by terrible admonishing in do Bandolim’s resounding voice. In 1968, with Elizeth Cardoso (whom he introduced to the artistic scene), the Época de Ouro, and the Zimbo Trio, do Bandolim gave a concert at the Teatro João Caetano that was released on two albums by the Image and Sound Museum of Rio de Janeiro, and is considered one of the best shows of all time in Brazilian popular music. The American mandolinist Dexter Johnson organized a compilation of do Bandolim’s solo work on two CDs with 43 tracks, Mandolin master of Brazil.

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