Jair Rodrigues – Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso (1980)

31 03 2013

Link original: Jair Rodrigues – Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso (1980)
Publicado em: Saturday, April 26, 2008 by zecalouro

Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso

Hello, good evening! Rumors of my demise in the last two days are absolutely true. It was for a good reason, I decided to create a personal marathon to end this Saturday with all 2008 and 2007 links fixed. Unfortunately, I failed. The first two weeks of January 2007 are still pending, but I have to admit we are above my most optimistic initial estimates of the reactivation. If I have extra energy, I will make a detailed status report with the reconstruction work facts.

Today is Saturday and Saturday is the day of Samba at Loronix and Samba is Jair Rodrigues. Let’s see.

This is Jair Rodrigues – Estou lhe Devendo um Sorriso (1980), for Philips, featuring this wonderful cover that perfectly reproduces all elements found in an authentic Roda de Samba in the suburb of Rio de Janeiro, with bottles of beer, rope hanging clothes, the table, the towel style, the snacks and one exception, the green coconuts. I never saw a Roda de Samba with people drinking coconut water. Actually, I never have been in a Roda de Samba. Jair Rodrigues shows a wilder side, with lots of Samba root tracks with the arrangements by Wilson Mauro, Luiz Roberto (Os Cariocas) and Maestro Aécio Flavio. Unfortunately, Philips did not credit musicians. Tracks include:

01 – Estou Lhe Devendo Um Sorriso (Serafim Adriano)
02 – Conversa Fora (Ari do Cavaco / Otacílio)
03 – Cantarola (Wando / Nilo Amaro / Leônidas Paulo)
04 – Mestre Sala do Amor (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
05 – Mais Feliz Quem Sabe Perdoar (Noca da Portela / Daniel Santos)
06 – Ponto Central (Walmir Lima / Jandyr Aragão)
07 – Falso Baiano (Gê Martins / Otacílio)
08 – Moro no Morro (Zuzuca)
09 – Madrigais (Meu Sexto Sentido) (Talismã / Raimundo Prates)
10 – Salve a Bahia (João Nogueira / Edil Pacheco)
11 – Lenda do Rei dos Vaqueiros e do Boi Mandingueiro (Chico Xavier)
12 – Mané Fogueteiro (João de Barro)


Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças ao amigo Andreas ele pode ser buscado provisoriamente na forma de um magnet link. OBS : não se esqueça de deixar semeando  depois que você terminar de baixar (uma boa razão seria pelo menos 2 vezes o que você baixar!)

Jair Rodrigues – Jair (1967)

8 12 2012

Link original: Jair Rodrigues – Jair (1967)
Publicado em: Sunday, December 09, 2007 by zecalouro

Jair Rodrigues - Jair (1967)

Jair Rodrigues - Jair (1967)-BACK

I have been skipping this album every Saturday. I always thought Loronix had several Jair Rodrigues albums and I decided to check today how many are available and I could Find It only four albums. Jair Rodrigues is really appreciated, deserving a better coverage at Loronix. He released more than 30 LPs on a career that started in the early 60’s and spans decades. By the way, today is Saturday and it is Samba time at Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Jair Rodrigues – Jair (1967), for Philips, released just after a very successful series of three albums recorded with Elis Regina, Dois Na Bossa volumes 1, 2 and 3. Jair (1967) never had a CD reissue and little I know about it, Philips did not credit musicians and arrangers. Tracks include:

01 – Triste Madrugada (Jorge Costa)
02 – Camará Ê (João Mello / Lindolfo Gaya)
03 – Onda Jovem (Aldacir Louro)
04 – Meus Cabelos Estão Pintando (José Messias)
05 – Flor da Avenida (César Roldão Vieira)
06 – Velho Realejo (Custódio Mesquita / Sady Cabral)
07 – Vela Branca (Adilson Godoy)
08 – Canção Para Maria (Paulinho da Viola / Capinan)
09 – Casa Santa (Paulo da Cunha)
10 – Aroeira (Geraldo Vandré)
11 – Modinha (Geraldo Vandré)
12 – O Vendedor de Puxa-puxa (Alberto Paz / Édson Menezes)


Esse disco pode ser buscado no Música da Minha Gente.

Jair Rodrigues – Orgulho de Um Sambista (1973)

1 09 2012

Link original: Jair Rodrigues – Orgulho de Um Sambista (1973)
Publicado em: Saturday, October 06, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Yesterday, I spoke about my commitment to make an above the average Samba Saturday at Loronix. I hope my limited Samba knowledge do not spoil the day, but I think we have a fine selection of three very solid listens. If everything runs according with my schedule, we will start smooth with Jair Rodrigues, gradually entering to a more Samba Roots oriented terrain, until the last and awesome release. Let’s see.

This is Jair Rodrigues – Orgulho de Um Sambista (1973), for Philips, which is Jair Rodrigues at his peak. I’m only disappointed of not making available complete personnel listing, it seems to be a norm at Philips to do not give credit to musicians in the set, as RCA Victor always did on most to its 70’s releases. Jair Rodrigues is self-explanatory, he is a great Samba interpreter and it is all about happiness. Tracks include:

01 – Sou da Madrugada (Gilson de Souza / Wando)
02 – Carnaval Não Envelhece (Gilson de Souza)
03 – Tem Capoeira (Batista da Mangueira)
04 – Certeza (Beto Scala / São Beto)
05 – As Quatro Estações do Ano (Bidi)
06 – Ninguém Sofre Mais Que Eu (B. Barbosa) Tristeza (Edil Pacheco / Carlos Lacerda) Tristeza (Niltinho Tristeza / Haroldo Lobo)
07 – Boi da Cara Preta (Eneida Amor e Fantasia) (Zuzuca)
08 – Folia Carnaval e Cinzas (Gilson de Souza / Jair Rodrigues)
09 – Lendas do Abaeté (Jajá / Preto Rico / Manoel)
10 – Estrela do Morro (Edil Pacheco / Paulo Diniz)
11 – O Menino da Porteira (Teddy Vieira / Luisinho)
12 – Terra Azul (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
13 – Orgulho de Um Sambista (Gilson de Souza)


Esse disco pode ser buscado no J. Thyme Kind.

Jair Rodrigues – E Isso Ai (1971)

19 05 2012

Link original: Jair Rodrigues – E Isso Ai (1971)
Publicado em: Saturday, July 07, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! We had a hot Saturday in Rio de Janeiro, such like summer, a summer inside winter. I hope the weather keeps sunny for the next three weeks. Rio is hosting the XV Pan-American Games, which is something like the Olympics, but only for Americas and sub-regions. I can feel the Olympic atmosphere; the city starts to be “in the mood”. In front of my place, they built an arena for beach volley, which is a sport that Brazil has a great chance to win a gold medal. Anyway, Saturday, sun up all day, people in the streets, Loronix = Samba today, we need to start with a solid Samba album today.

This is Jair Rodrigues – É Isso Ai (1971), for Philips, which is Jair Rodrigues at his peak. He is one of the most commercial and popular Samba interpreters of all time, mainly at the 60’s and 70’s decades. Hearing this album, I it is easy to identify several tunes that were blockbusters by the release time, as Tengo Tengo, Herois da Liberdade, Martin Cerere, O Importante e Ser Fevereiro, and others. I hope you enjoy our Saturdays Samba posts and this Jair Rodrigues album as well. Tracks include:

1. Minha Escola (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
2. Tengo Tengo (Mangueira Minha Madrinha Querida) (Zuzuca)
3. Margot de Tal (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
4. Rei Pelé Rei Luis (Durval Vieira / Reginaldo Santos)
5. Vem Dindinha (Mangueira Nossa Madrinha Querida) (Noel Rosa de Oliveira / Hayblan)
6. Heróis da Liberdade (Silas de Oliveira / Mano Décio da Viola / M. Ferreira)
7. Martin Cererê (Zé Catimba / Gibi)
8. Eu Sonhei Que Tu Estavas Tão Linda (Lamartine Babo / Francisco Matoso) Chão de Estrelas (Orestes Barbosa / Silvio Caldas) Bodas de Prata (Roberto Martins / Mário Rossi) Boa Noite Amor (José Maria de Abreu / Francisco Matoso)
9. O Importante É Ser Fevereiro (Wando / Nilo Amaro)
10. Dono do Universo (Eustáquio Sena)
11. Joana da Misericórdia (Édson Conceição / Aloísio Silva)
12. Bate-papo Com Cartola (João Roberto Kelly)


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

Jair Rodrigues – Jair de Todos os Sambas (1969)

5 01 2012

Link original: Jair Rodrigues – Jair de Todos os Sambas (1969)
Publicado em: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Night! This year is running fast, in my perception, Christmas was yesterday and Carnaval is just knowing at the door, starting next Saturday. In Brazil, Carnaval is an amazing party; we have a really big weekend, starting on Saturday ending on Wednesday. Five days of resting for the ones who resist to engage Samba and 5 days of party to those who were born with “Samba no Pe!” zecalouro will try to show at least a record per day that can be used in Carnaval and this is the first one, by the one a really nice one.

Opps! I forgot to say that Carnaval is a golden time for Brazilian musicians, their activity has a peak during these days where several clubs present live shows all around the country. I hope Brazilian musicians make a great Carnaval, as usual.

This is Jair Rodrigues – Jair de Todos os Sambas (1969), for Philips. I don’t know Jair Rodrigues discography from start to end, but I think this is one of his best albums, pretty solid with several Samba songs that I could heard and remember again when I took this LP for a hearing, such as Bahia de Todos os Deuses, Casa de Bamba, Pra que Dinheiro and others. If you are planning to make a Carnival party, this record will never leave your equipment. Tracks include:

01 – Bahia de Todos os Deuses (Bala / Manoel)
02 – Bloco de Sujo (Luis Antônio / Luis Reis) — Levanta a Cabeça (Oswaldo Nunes / Ivan Nascimento) — Avenida Iluminada (Newton Teixeira / Brasinha)
03 – Enxuga a Tristeza do Olhar (Carlos Magno)
04 – Em Nome da Lua da Mulata e do Samba Amém (Zé Di / Cardan Dantas)
05 – Casa de Bamba (Martinho da Vila)
06 – Vê Que Luar (José Messias)
07 – Pra Que Dinheiro (Martinho da Vila)
08 – O Conde (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
09 – Na Brincadeira do Mundo (Carlos Odilon / Décio Brandão / Jair Rodrigues)
10 – Feiticeira (João Roberto Kelly)
11 – Olelê Cheguei Agora (J. Cavalcanti / Corumba)
12 – Quem Entrar na Roda É Rei (Tito Madi)
13 – Leva Meu Samba (Ataulfo Alves)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Abracadabra.

Jair Rodrigues – Eu Sou o Samba (1975)

18 08 2011

Link original: Jair Rodrigues – Eu Sou o Samba (1975)
Publicado em: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 by zecalouro

Along these nice days of Loronix more that 300 LPs were posted. Several Brazilian music styles and variations were presented from instrumental music to singing. But zecalouro never made available an LP like this one.

This is Jair Rodrigues – Eu Sou o Samba (1975), Jair Rodrigues never seems to get tired and you will never get seated and relaxed with this LP. Jair makes a nice album when sometimes you think that he is using a Samba School bateria on the set, almost impossible to stay seated, will feel on the mood to stand-up and kick around the house. Eu Sou o Samba is a relief to make your day on those mornings that you fell badly. This is a courtesy of our Loronix friend Rogelio. Tracks include:

01 – Se houvesse um jeito (Gilson de Sousa)
02 – Alegria de vocês (Chocolate do Mercado Modelo – Wilson Mauro – Jair Rodrigues)
03 – Sonhei quando o sonho acabou (Leticia) (Paulinho Camargo – Totó)
04 – Não pode (Barbosa da Silva – Carlos Kinza)
05 – Pula, pula amarelinha (Beto Scala – São Beto)
06 – No tempo do vovô (Everaldo da Viola – Dida)
07 – Vai meu samba (Ary do Cavaco – Otacilio)
08 – Terra encantada (Cezão – Zé Maria)
09 – Manhã de um novo dia (Ederaldo Gentil – Edil Pacheco)
10 – Cirandeira (José de Ribamar Vianna)
11 – Ele vem aí (Anastácia)
12 – Maravilhoso é sambar (Ederaldo Gentil – Edil Pacheco)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

Jair Rodrigues – O Sorriso de Jairo – Ao Vivo (1967)

14 08 2011

Jair Rodrigues – O Sorriso de Jairo – Ao Vivo (1967)
Wednesday, August 16, 2006 by zecalouro

Jair Rodrigues is a great Brazilian singer that was skyrocketed to fame when he made a series of concerts with Elis Regina – Dois na Bossa – released at on 3 different LPs from 65 to 67. This LP – Jair Rodrigues – O Sorriso de Jair (1967) – was released in the middle of Dois na Bossa Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 and shows a wonderful live set with Samba and Bossa standards recorded in Sao Paulo, Teatro Record.

Since it is Jair Rodrigues debut at Loronix, zecalouro will show AMG bio information that you will give your word to read end to end this time.

One of the most popular and commercially successful samba interpreters in the ’60s and ’70s, Jair Rodrigues had his first radio experience in 1958 on a novice show in his hometown. Moving to São Paulo, he won a contest in another novice show on Rádio Cultura. Becoming a crooner in several nightclubs, he recorded for the first time in 1962 (“Marechal da Vitória”). His first LP came in 1963, O Samba Como Ele É. In 1964, he had his first hit with “Deixa Isso Pra Lá,” which helped solidify his “malandro” (street smart) style. Rodrigues replaced Baden Powell in 1965 on a show with Elis Regina at the Teatro Paramount (the first place where the bossa nova was presented in São Paulo), which opened the way for the live recording with her of three anthological LPs (the Dois Na Bossa series). The commercial success of the recordings brought them an invitation to host the historical TV Record show O Fino da Bossa, in 1965. Rodrigues won the TV Record’s II FMPB (Festival of Brazilian Popular Music) in the next year with “Disparada” (Geraldo Vandré/Teo de Barros), one of the most important songs of his repertory; the first place in that festival was shared with Chico Buarque’s “A Banda.” That same year, he recorded one of his biggest hits, “Tristeza” (Niltinho/Haroldo Lobo). In 1967, he performed in Portugal, Argentina, Angola, Uruguay, and Brazil, always with Elis Regina and the Zimbo Trio. He had other hits with “Triste Madrugada” (Jorge Costa), “Casa de Bamba” (Martinho da Vila), “Tengo-Tengo” (Zuzuca), and “Vai, Meu Samba.” Rodrigues performed in several international festivals, like the MIDEM (in Cannes, France), Montreux, and San Remo. He continues to perform and had recorded 28 albums through 2000.


Este disco pode ser buscado no Abracadabra. Uma correção: o título deste album é “O sorriso do Jair” e não “O sorriso de Jairo” como publicado originalmente.