Mario Reis – Mario Reis (1971)

18 05 2013

Link original: Mario Reis – Mario Reis (1971)
Publicado em: Sunday, August 31, 2008 by zecalouro

Mário Reis - Mario Reis

Hello, good evening! This is my tribute to the centenary of a singer never mentioned before at Loronix, but of extreme importance for Brazilian popular music, Mario Reis, considered the most original singer in the 30’s for his gentle singing style, which thirty years later had influenced Bossa Nova. Take in consideration that in the 30’s, it was necessary to sing very loud to address the shortcomings of the microphones, still rudimentary.

Mario Reis abandoned his singing career very early at the end of the 30’s and most of his albums were recorded in 78 rotations between the 20’s and 30’s. This is the last album recorded by Mario Reis and I’m really fascinated by his voice and his interpretation. I’m looking for some of Mario Reis recordings in 78RPM, they are probably amazing. Meanwhile, I invite you to know a great and probably unknown singer for many Loronix’s friends. Let’s see.

This is Mario Reis – Mario Reis (1971), for Odeon, featuring Mario Reis performing Sambas with his unique voice. Maestro Lindolpho Gaya delivers arrangements and also plays the role of musical director. Musicians in this session were not credited by Odeon. Tracks include:

01 – Cansei (Sinho)
02 – Amar a Uma Só Mulher (Sinho)
03 – Moreninha da Praia (João de Barro)
04 – Fui Louco (Alcebíades Barcelos “Bide”)
05 – Nem É Bom Falar (Ismael Silva / Francisco Alves / Nilton Bastos)
06 – Voltei a Cantar (Lamartine Babo)
07 – A Banda (Chico Buarque)
08 – Filosofia (Noel Rosa)
09 – Rasguei a Minha Fantasia (Lamartine Babo)
10 – Gosto Que Me Enrosco (Sinho)
11 – Se Você Jurar (Ismael Silva / Nilton Bastos / Francisco Alves)


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Mario Reis – Ao Meu Rio (1965)

1 08 2011

Link original: Mario Reis – Ao Meu Rio (1965)
Publicado em: Monday, July 03, 2006 by zecalouro

Good Morning! This is the start of more than a few posts of Brazilian singers from the 30’s to 50’s, a unknown period before Bossa Nova by many. The first is Mario Reis with an Elenco album from 1965, released by Aloysio de Oliveira to celebrate the fourth century of Rio de Janeiro.

This was one of the last Mario Reis career albums. In 1971 he released his last – selftitled – album.

Mario Reis was born in 1907 and has passed in 1981.


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