Luiz Carlos Vinhas & Emilio Santiago – Ao Vivo (1974)

17 08 2013

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas & Emilio Santiago – Ao Vivo (1974)
Publicado em: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 by zecalouro

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Hello, good evening! Yesterday, we had Sabadabada.com tribute and today this amazing contribution by JIN, Jose Ignacio Neto, which is another Brazilian music hero in cyberspace. In case you don’t know who, JIN belongs to the third generation of the Ignacio’s family, a family devoted to Brazilian music. His grandfather, the legendary Jose Ignacio, was the man behind the anthological “A Volta” podcast. JIN delivers a contribution that I’m sure you never had the chance to hear before, an unissued session featuring Luiz Carlos Vinhas and Emilio Santiago, recorded live in 1974 by Bill Horn. I will leave now as the show will be hosted by JIN from now one with his own knowledgeable words. JIN, my apologies for taking a long time to make this one. Let’s see.

Jose Ignacio Neto says: “One of the key figures amongst global collectors of funky Brazilian bossa over the last 20 years was undoubtedly the leader and pianist Luiz Carlos Vinhas.

A charismatic figure and stalwart of the Rio nightclub scene until his early death a few short years ago, Vinhas sometimes straddled the line between fantastic good taste and total ‘cafonice’ to use a word from back in the day. An instinctive pianist, I remember seeing him playing in 2000 at the Vinicius Piano Bar in Rio, on a crappy keyboard and being amazed as I watched his small chubby fingers seemingly bounce around the keyboard in the manner of someone pretending to be able to play the piano, and yet out came incredible sounds full of swing and rhythm!

For many, the CBS album from 1968 (produced by Helcio Milito from Tamba Trio) simply called L.C.V – O Som Psicedelico was his best work. A frenetic mixture of pop tunes, bossa, afro cuban funk – and the Chattanooga Choo Choo! His seminal composition on this album Ye-Me-Le is known to millions via the Sergio Mendes version.

After that LP he didn’t record much and the 1973 album ‘No Flog’ on EMI Odeon was a bit of a disappointment – just pot pourris with added cheers and clinking whisky glasses.

But imagine if there was a long lost recording with music on a level with O Som Psicodelico? And imagine if that recording also marked one of the earliest recordings of super soul singer Emilio Santiago?

Back in 1974 trumpeter and studio owner Bill Horne (known to Loronix fans from his many appearances in the ‘Guess Who’ photo competitions) recorded this session with Vinhas backing Santiago.

For many years the tapes languished on a dusty shelf in Leblon, but some years ago my grandfather Jose Ignacio was given a copy, un-mastered and straight from the tapes but so fantastic that it deserves to see the light of day for all dedicated Vinhas and Emilio fans.

The musicians’ names are long forgotten (but some Loronix fans please tell us if it’s you playing!) but are ‘feras’ in their own right.

And if this super rare session wasn’t enough, I’ve included a demo recording of Emilio Santiago that I believe was used to get his recording contract with Durval Ferreira at CID in 1975. Edson Frederico is the pianist here, drummer was probably Ronie Mesquita.

As Zeca would have said back then, Valeu, Bicho!”

zecalouro: “Valeu! JIN!”

Track List

01 – Voce Que e de Samba
02 – Sem Titulo/Que Sera Mi Vida/Go-Go-Ma
03 – Zazueira/Aruandaei
04 – Aquarela do Brasil/Bahia/Rhapsody in Blue/Aquarela
05 – Muito a Vontade/So Lagrimas
06 – Quero Morrer Na Bahia/Vou Sair de Palhaco e Voce de Careta/A Praca Carlos Gomes
07 – Don’t Misunderstand (Faixa Bonus -Demo) – Emilio Santiago com Edson Frederico

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Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Novas Estruturas (1964)

31 03 2013

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Novas Estruturas (1964)
Publicado em: Friday, April 25, 2008 by zecalouro

Luiz Carlos Vinhas - Novas Estruturas

Hello, good evening! The upgrade of this album was quite expected, at least for me, it is one of my favorites and another album that I had the chance to hear for the first time before Loronix was created. I’m making available the converted audio from the original Forma first 1965 issue, as FM-2. By the way, Novas Estruturas is here as the first and already unforgettable contribution of Jose Matos, Loronixer since the early days, which usually observe things without expressing much, but is a great friend and a avid consumer of Brazilian music. I spent a time today with Jose Matos to receive this album (and some others that will be released in the forthcoming days) and he said this album belongs to him since the first day he left the shop, on February 15, 1965, just one day before I was born. At least is what Jose Matos wrote at the back cover. Let’s see.


This is Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Novas Estruturas (1964), for Forma, one of the most exciting Samba Jazz albums released in the 60’s, featuring the piano of Luiz Carlos Vinhas backed up by a constellation of Brazilian musicians, which is something unclear since the first Loronix issue at December 2006. Jose Matos said this music sounds as it was recorded last month and I have to agree with him, Novas Estruturas is a truly amazing album and I’m very happy to make it on Loronix first page again. Personnel listing is detailed at the back cover scan available inside the music. Tracks include:

Luiz Carlos Vinhas - Novas Estruturas - Pessoal

Personnel

Luiz Carlos Vinhas
(piano)
Octavio Bailly, Zezinho, Luiz Marinho
(bass)
Edison Machado, Ronald
(drums)
Mauricio Einhorn
(harmonica)
Edson Maciel, Raul de Souza, Edmundo Maciel
(trombone)
J.T. Meirelles
(flute)
Paulo Moura
(alto sax)
Pedro Paulo, Hamilton
(piston)
Jorge Ferreira da Silva
(alto sax, flute)
Sandoval
(tenor sax)
Aurino
(baritone sax, clarinet)
Waltel Branco
(violao)

Track List

01 – Curta Metragem (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)
02 – Reza (Edu Lobo / Ruy Guerra)
03 – Tempo (Luis Carlos Vinhas)
04 – Primavera (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Mas Que Nada (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)
06 – Nem o Mar Sabia (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
07 – Aboio (Meirelles)
08 – Inútil Paisagem (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
09 – Batucada (Murilo A. Pessoa)
10 – Pensativa (Clare Fischer)
11 – Ad Vinhas (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa)

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Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas e Os Kalangos (1971)

15 02 2013

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas e Os Kalangos (1971)
Publicado em: Thursday, February 21, 2008 by zecalouro

Luiz Carlos Vinhas e Os Kalangos (1971)

Here we go on the first and last record released by Luiz Carlos Vinhas e Os Kalangos, which is a group assembled by Laercio de Freitas in 1970 when he came back to Brazil after a couple of years in Mexico replacing Luiz Eca at Tamba 4. Luiz Carlos Vinhas e Os Kalangos had also not identified bassist and drummer from Luiz Carlos Vinhas Trio, regularly performing at Flag nightclub in the early 70’s. Let’s see.

This is Luiz Carlos Vinhas e Os Kalangos (1971), for Top Tape, featuring on Side A the original version of Capim Gordura, composed by Laercio de Freitas in Mexico, while Side B brings an not usual rendition of Chovendo na Roseira (Antonio Carlos Jobim). Helcio Milito had the idea of recording this little piece of madness at Top Tape. Capim Gordura was big hit, playing on radio and also television, including four performances at Buzina do Chacrinha, which is something I would like very much to watch on video. Tracks include:

01 – Capim Gordura (Laercio de Freitas)
02 – Chovendo na Roseira (Antonio Carlos Jobim)

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Luiz Carlos Vinhas – O Piano Magico de Luiz Carlos Vinhas (1985)

20 03 2012

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas – O Piano Magico de Luiz Carlos Vinhas (1985)
Publicado em: Sunday, May 06, 2007 by zecalouro 

Hello, Good Evening! I spent all day out of home and I’m really delayed with my mailbox. By the way, I just checked my mailbox and so far I could not find a reply from Survey participant number 47 claiming his great prize. It has been more than 24 hours since the lottery has ended and four days lasts for a response. Let’s keep waiting; otherwise a new Lottery will be performed. Anyway, let’s start the music with a solo LP from the mighty leader of Bossa Tres that is probably widely unknown to Loronixers.

This is Luiz Carlos Vinhas – O Piano Magico de Luiz Carlos Vinhas (1985), for Som Livre. We did not make an exploitation of later works of Luiz Carlos Vinhas as we made with Luiz Eca, so it is time to fill this gap. Bass and drums accompany Luiz Carlos Vinhas on a traditional trio formation. The record starts with Samba Jazz, but from the second track to the end the atmosphere changes to piano bar music, with Vinhas performing Bossa Nova and American standards. Personnel is Luis Carlos Vinhas (piano), Edson Vidal (drums) and Almiro Barros (bass). Tracks include:

01 – Você e Eu (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – As Time Goes By (H. Hupfeld)
03 – Ligia (Tom Jobim)
04 – Disa (Johnny Alf / Maurício Einhorn)
05 – The Man I Love (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
06 – Minha (Francis Hime / Ruy Guerra)
07 – “Orfeu do Carnaval” Manhã de Carnaval (Luis Bonfá / Antônio Maria) A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) Samba de Orfeu (Luis Bonfá / Antônio Maria)
08 – Poinciana (N. Simon)
09 – Só Saudade (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
10 – Manhattan (R. Rogers / L. Hart)
11 – Girl Talk (N. Hefti)
12 – I’m In The Mood For Love (J. McHugh / D. Fields)
13 – Again (L. Newman / D. Cochrane)

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Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas no Flag (1970)

30 08 2011

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas no Flag (1970)
Publicado em: Sunday, September 17, 2006 by zecalouro

Let’s keep the Instrumental pace with the mighty Bossa Tres leader and pianist Luiz Carlos Vinhas with a live set recorded at Flag nightclub. Meet Luiz Carlos Vinhas – Luiz Carlos Vinhas no Flag (1970).

The set has the arrangements of the Maestro Lyrio Panicali and drums and acoustic bass accompany Vinhas, working as a trio. In spite this peculiar cover; this record is a hard to find desired piece of any Brazilian Instrumental Jazz collector. Tracks include:

01 – Estrelinha (Eumir Deodato) — Muito a Vontade (João Donato / João Mello) — Que Pena (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”) — Aquarius (G. Macdenot / J. Rado / G. Ragni)

02 – Festa (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta / Lani Hall) — O Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) — Surboard (Tom Jobim) — Silk Stockings (Cole Porter)

03 – Último Canto (Francis Hime / Ruy Guerra) – Sabe Você (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes) — So Many Stars (S. Mendes / A. Bergman / M. Bergman)

04 – Zazueira (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”) — Asa Branca (Humberto Teixeira / Luis Gonzaga)

05 – Minha (Francis Hime / Ruy Guerra) — Fotografia (Tom Jobim) — Waves (Tom Jobim)

06 – What’s New (B. Haggart / J. Burke) — This Guy’s In Love With You (H. David / Burt Bacharach) — Que Maravilha (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor” / Toquinho) — Não Tem Solução (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle)

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Luiz Carlos Vinhas – O Som Psicodelico de Luiz Carlos Vinhas

22 08 2011

Link original: Luiz Carlos Vinhas – O Som Psicodelico de Luiz Carlos Vinhas
Publicado em: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 by zecalouro

This is the first solo LP from the legendary pianist Luiz Carlos Vinhas, most associated asmember of Bossa Tres, the first Brazilian instrumental Bossa Trio.

Once again, another LP from the late 60’s with a Psycho “trademark”. zecalouro have been wondering on criterion to define a LP as Psycho. Luiz Carlos Vinhas – O Som Pisicodelico de Luiz Carlos Vinhas (1968) has some Tropicalia and Afro elements on it, but how come they like to define it as Psycho? Anyway, tracks include:

01 – Amazonas (Joao Donato)
02 – Tanganica (Luiz Carlos Vinhas)
03 – Ye-Mele (Chico Feitosa – Luiz Carlos Vinhas)
04 – Zizê baiô (Chico Feitosa – Luiz Carlos Vinhas)
05 – Un jour Christine (Bruno Ferreira)
06 – Song for my Father (Horace Silver)
07 – Chatanooga choo-choo (M. Gordon – H. Warren)
. Don’t be that way (Goodman – Sampson – Parish)
. Tributo a Martin Luther King (Ronaldo Bôscoli – Wilson Simonal)
08 – Pourquoi (Caco Velho – Jadir Teixeira de Castro)
. Arrasta a sandália (Oswaldo Vasques – Aurelio Gomes)
. Morena, boca de ouro (Ary Barroso)
. Rosa morena (Dorival Caymmi)
09 – Birthday morning (Yester – Carmel)
. Can’t take my eyes off you (B. Crewe – B. Glaudio)
10 – O Dialogo (Chico Feitosa – Luiz Carlos Vinhas)

O Som Psicodelico de Luiz Carlos Vinhas is a celebrated LP outside Brazil and never had a CD reissue.

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