Jamelão

22 04 2013

Link original: Jamelão
Publicado em: Sunday, June 15, 2008 by zecalouro

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Jamelao, one of the most important Samba interpreters in Brazil has died today, was 95. Jamelao was the lead singer of the legendary Samba Scholl Estacao Primeira de Mangueira, and also very active on recordings, releasing more than 200 albums, starting in 1949 until his last release in 2002.

Jamelao-Ela-Disse-Front

This is Loronix tribute to Jamelao – Ela Disse-me Assim (1959), a compilation released by Continental with selected tunes taken from selected 78rpm records. Loronix Preview Center features 09 – Ha Sempre um que Fica (Alcebiades Nogueira / Jamelao), recorded in 1959 with Jamelao backed by Maestro Severino Araujo e Sua Orquestra Tabajara.
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Jamelao – Jamelao (1980)

22 02 2013

Link original: Jamelao – Jamelao (1980)
Publicado em: Sunday, March 02, 2008 by zecalouro

Jamelao - Jamelao (1980)

Hello, good evening! I was thinking about making one of those Samba Saturdays at Loronix, the day where Samba has its emphasis to our great community. Unfortunately, this parrot does not have Samba no Pé, having a great difficulty to select the right picks. However, I don’t need to be a Samba expert to understand that we have here a really special album, which is the celebration of Jamelao Jubileu de Prata (25 years) at Continental label that did not measured efforts to build an anthological piece of record that never had the chance to be reissued in CD. Let’s see.

This is Jamelao – Jamelao (1980), for Continental, featuring a constellation of Brazilian musicians, including arrangements by Maestro Nelsinho and Maestro Severino Araujo, with the participation of Neco, Ze Bodega, Moacyr Marques “Bijou”, Jorginho and the legendary Fat’s Elpidio at the piano, which is somewhat surprising, since the 60’s I did not see the participation of Fat’s Elpidio in recordings. Tracks include:

Personnel

Fats Elpidio
(piano)
Rafael, Luizao
(bass)
Helio Capucci, Neco, Ze Carlos
(guitar)
Marcal, Canegal
(percussion)
Emilio, Jorginho, Jayme Araujo
(alto sax)
Helio Marinho, Ze Bodega, Moacyr Marques “Bijou”, Macae
(tenor sax)
Ronaldo Medeiros
(baritone sax)
Hamilton, Maurilio, Santos, Darcy, Barreto
(trumpet)
Manoel Araujo, Norato, Silvio, Bogado, Joao Luiz, Jesse, Edmundo Maciel
(trombone)
Jean Carlos Pareschi, Alfredo Vidal, Jose Dias Delana, Marcelo Pompeu Filho, Walter Hack, Carlos Eduardo Hack, Aizik M. Geller, Jorge Fami
(violin)
Frederick Stephany, Arlindo Penteado
(violas)
Alceu de Almeida Reis, Giorgio Bariola
(cello)

Severino Araujo, Nelsinho
(arrangements)

Track List

01 – Arrogância (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Moysés Sant’Anna)
02 – Respeito (Roberto Medeiros / David Raw)
03 – Você Nunca Mais Vai Ouvir (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Neila Garça)
04 – Risque (Ary Barroso)
05 – Também Tenho Coração (Ferreira dos Santos)
06 – Teu Retrato (Roberto Paciência / João Grimaldi)
07 – Dona Divergência (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)
08 – Resolvido (Lúcio Cardim / Antônio Bruno)
09 – Beco Sem Saída (Armando Nunes / Roberto Medeiros)
10 – O Amanhã Será Melhor (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Tairzinho)
11 – Nem Eu (Dorival Caymmi)

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Jamelao – Aqui Mora o Ritmo (1962) arrang. by Nelsinho, Astor and Guio de Morais

22 04 2012

Link original: Jamelao – Aqui Mora o Ritmo (1962) arrang. by Nelsinho, Astor and Guio de Morais
Publicado em: Monday, June 11, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I want to start this Monday with a Samba LP supposed to be released last Saturday. It is really worthy to make it today, it is an incredible album and everybody should give it a try. I also urge Loronixers to start using our new post rating system, which is available at the end of each post as a sequence of five little stars. You will not be directed to another page, just click the stars and your evaluation will be recorded.

This is Jamelao – Aqui Mora o Ritmo (1962) arrangements by Maestro Nelsinho, Astor Silva and Guio de Morais, for Continental, this is the second release by Jamelao, the legendary Samba interpreter of Mangueira Samba School, Rio de Janeiro. Jamelao has a very long career, starting in the late 40’s lasting until today. Aqui Mora o Ritmo repertoire is based on songs pretty unknown to Loronixers and the arrangements delivered by the might trio of maestros really makes the difference. Tracks include:

01 – O Tango do Fim (Osório Lima / José Bispo ”Jamelão”)
02 – Fofoca no Morro (Osvaldo Vitalino / Ferreira dos Santos)
03 – Flores Estrelas e Mulheres (Antônio Bruno)
04 – Triste Recordação (Alcebíades Nogueira / José Bispo ”Jamelão”)
05 – Acaba Como Eu (Armando Nunes / Jorge Medeiros)
06 – Quem Sou Eu (Guio de Morais)
07 – Tanto Ciúme (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Aledio Américo dos Santos)
08 – Como Vai Você (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Erasmo Silva)
09 – Nossa Quimera (Lucas Vieira / Domicio Augusto)
10 – Vá Conhecer Niterói (Hélio Nascimento / Aledio Américo dos Santos)
11 – Chega de Amor (Del Loro / Ferreira dos Santos)
12 – Um Minuto de Silêncio (Osvaldo Vitalino / Ferreira dos Santos)

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I would like to recommend a website to Loronixers in the mood for Samba and Brazilian sounds of the 70’s in general, J Thyme…kind, owned and maintained by Justin Thyme, friend of Loronix since the very beginning. Justin lives in the US and has a real passion for the music from Brazil. Take a special attention to Justin compilations; they are available on posts with this bunch of covers picture above. Justin recommends one of them, St. Julian Samba Showdown,here, ideal for those who want to get along with Brazilian music from the 70’s at a glance. Congrats for your wonderful investigation job, Justin.





Jamelao – Jamelao Canta para Enamorados (1962)

10 08 2011

Link original: Jamelao – Jamelao Canta para Enamorados (1962)
Publicado em: Thursday, August 10, 2006 by zecalouro

Jamelao, born in 1913, Rio de Janeiro, official Mangueira “puxador” since the 1949. Another legendary artist from Rio’s authentic Samba league. Jamelao is still active and has performed this year leading Mangueira as “puxador” on Carnaval parade, with 92 years, believe me.

By the way, what a nice cover, showing Cinelandia Square, Rio de Janeiro in the early 60’s.

Track list includes:

01 – Foi assim (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
02 – Minha provação (Jamelão)
03 – Afinal eu sabia (S. Cirino – B. Gomes)
04 – Sossego de você (Guio de Morais)
05 – Graças a Deus (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca”)
06 – Voltei ao meu lugar (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca” – Del Loro)
07 – Fim de jornada (Hélio Nascimento – Altenir Gonçalves)
08 – Tristonho (Quincas – Jamelão)
09 – Não serve pra mim (S. Cirino – B. Gomes)
10 – O amor é você (Mário Casali)
11 – Meu natal (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
12 – Onde vai sinhazinha (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca”)

zecalouro will let you with AMG bio, just to not go wrong.

One of the most important samba singers since the ’40s, Jamelão is still active today as Mangueira’s puxador (official interpreter) of sambas-enredo (the longest career in this position) and as a solo artist. He is also highly regarded as a preferred interpreter of Lupicínio Rodrigues’ sambas-canção like “Ela Disse-me Assim,” “Torre de Babel,” “Esses Moços,” “Sozinha,” “Quem Há de Dizer,” and “Exemplo.” His most famous compositions are “Deixa Amanhecer” (the first one), “Um Dia Hás de Pagar,” and “Ela Me Convidou.” In 1968, he was invited to the prestigious position of member of the Ala dos Compositores (Composers’ Section) of the Mangueira samba school.

Jamelão joined the Mangueira samba school’s bateria (drum section) at 15, playing the tamborim (a kind of tambourine). He had his debut as a singer at the gafieira Fogão. After being a crooner in that kind of dance nightclub, he honed his skills until he was hired by Rádio Ipanema. But it was really in the gafieiras that he would become a professional, joining Luís Americano’s Conjunto Brasil Danças as a crooner. In 1947, he won a contest promoted by Rádio Clube do Brasil and was hired by the station and by the Continental recording company. Around 1949, he became the puxador (official singer) in the Mangueira Carnival parades making him the longest person to ever hold the position. As a crooner with Severino Araújo’s Orquestra Tabajara, Jamelão also toured Europe and continues to perform as a solo artist. ~ Alvaro Neder

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