Marisa Barroso – Marisa Barroso (1962) with Astor Silva

26 03 2012

Link original: Marisa Barroso – Marisa Barroso (1962) with Astor Silva
Publicado em: Monday, May 14, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! They are back. I thought I could resist longer showing you this album, but it was impossible, so good it is and also so nice is this cover artwork. Both are in evidence since Caetano Rodrigues sent to us the first Marisa Barroso LP and Astor e Sua Orquestra – Sambas.. So Sambas! yesterday, as well. Let’s show Loronixers another outcome of this very interesting partnership between Marisa Barroso and Astor Silva.

This is Marisa Barroso – Marisa Barroso (1962), for Columbia. Marisa Barroso is again directed and backed by Astor Silva arrangements that also plays trombone. In my opinion, this is equivalent or better than the first, which is the third and last Marisa Barroso album, sent by Caetano Rodrigues. This is her second LP and we are desperately looking for Marisa Barroso debut recorded in 1961 for Copacabana as Marisa Barroso – Cantigas para Enganar o Tempo, with Aloisio e Seu Conjunto. Tracks include:

01 – Na Cadência do Samba (Ataulfo Alves / Paulo Gesta)
02 – Renuncia (Lauro Miranda / Otávio Teixeira)
03 – Parti (Ed Lincoln / Silvio César)
04 – Chora Coração (Denis Brean / Osvaldo Guilherme)
05 – Tema do Boneco de Palha (Sivan Castelo Neto / Vera Brasil)
06 – Poema do Olhar (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
07 – Doçura (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Maria Isabel)
08 – Vem Pro Samba (Orlandivo)
09 – Samba de Sofrer (Hélio Justo / Titto Santos)
10 – Tudo É Paz (Pernambuco / Marino Pinto)
11 – Piano a Quatro Mãos (Armando Cavalcanti / Victor Freire)
12 – Sem Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)

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Marisa Barros & Astor Silva – Marisa Barroso / Astor (1963)

14 03 2012

Link original: Marisa Barros & Astor Silva – Marisa Barroso / Astor (1963)
Publicado em: Friday, April 27, 2007 by zecalouro

Brazilian female singers have something special. Nelson Motta said one day that Brazil is a country of female singers. I agree. Our community gives always a nice feedback on Brazilian divas. It is time to remember a Brazilian diva that was introduced to us by Caetano Rodrigues, Thelma Soares or just Thelma. I’m quite sure that only a few Loronixers knew Thelma before presented here.

Caetano is now thrilling us with a new female singer and I think she can make as Thelma. Meet Marisa Barroso with the legendary Astor Silva from Os Ipanemas.

This is Marisa Barroso & Astor Silva – Marisa Barroso / Astor (1963), for Columbia. Thelma was revealed by Vinicius de Moraes and Beatriz Azevedo de Brito by Ary Barroso, this is the reason for the artistic name. Marisa Barroso recorded several 78rpm and three LPs, such as Thelma that also made three albums. Anyway, I think it is better hear Marisa Barroso & Astor Silva, instead of finding coincidences. Astor is a top-notch musician that we know for several albums at Loronix, performing the roles of trombonist and arranger. Tracks include:

01 – Chorando Você (Glauco / Fernando Pereira / João Ribeiro)
02 – Ele e Maria (Othon Russo / Niquinho)
03 – Banca de Pobre (Rildo Hora / Marcos André)
04 – Bondinho do Pão de Açúcar (Victor Freire / A. C. de Albuquerque)
05 – Abc do Balanço (Orlandivo / Roberto Nascimento)
06 – Esse Seu Olhar (Tom Jobim) — Só Em Teus Braços (Tom Jobim)
07 – Bossa Nova Nº 1 (José Maria de Abreu)
08 – Ódio (Aloísio Figueiredo / Nelson Figueiredo)
09 – Lamento Negro (Orlandivo / Roberto Jorge)
10 – Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
11 – Vou Ficar Com Você (Sergio Napp)
12 – Brincando Gostei (Watel / Orlandivo)

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