Orlando Silva – O Eterno Seresteiro (1969)

9 05 2013

Link original: Orlando Silva – O Eterno Seresteiro (1969)
Publicado em: Thursday, August 07, 2008 by zecalouro

Orlando Silva - O Eterno Seresteiro

Orlando Silva - O Eterno Seresteiro-Back

Here we go on the last contribution made by my mother a couple of weeks ago, which is an album that I did not know the existence, featuring two important musicians, Orlando Silva, considered by many people (including Joao Gilberto) one of the greatest Brazilian singers of all time and Jacob do Bandolim, the master of bandolim playing, a well-known artist at Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Orlando Silva – O Eterno Seresteiro (1969), for RCA, featuring Orlando Silva backed by Jacob do Bandolim with Conjunto Epoca de Ouro. Little I know about this album, recorded in the same year Jacob do Bandolim has passed, if not the last, it is one of the latest albums recorded by Jacob. Conjunto Epoca de Ouro musicians and arrangers are not credited, but Rildo Hora is credited as artistic coordination and probably has some influence on arrangements. Tracks include.

01 – Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Modinha (Jaime Ovalle / Manuel Bandeira)
03 – Falsa Felicidade (Paulo Medeiros)
04 – Misterioso Amor (Saint-Clair Sena)
05 – Volta Para o Meu Amor (Joubert de Carvalho / Tostes Malta)
06 – Um Novo Ceu (Ted Moreno / Fernando Cesar)
07 – Meu Companheiro (Orestes Barbosa / Francisco Alves)
08 – Vidro Vazio (Romualdo Peixoto “Nono” / Orestes Barbosa)
09 – Guacyra (Hekel Tavares / Juraci Camargo)
10 – Modinha (Sergio Bittencourt)
11 – Maringa (Joubert de Carvalho)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Estação da Saudade.

Anúncios




Orlando Silva – 25 Anos Cantando para as Multidoes (1959)

12 02 2013

Link original: Orlando Silva – 25 Anos Cantando para as Multidoes (1959)
Publicado em: Saturday, February 16, 2008 by zecalouro

Orlando Silva - 25 Anos Cantando para as Multidoes (1959)

This is one of those wise contributions made by my mother. I had with me that Orlando Silva was one of the greatest Brazilian singers of the radio years and this album shows that Orlando Silva is the greatest Brazilian singer of all time. Ruy Castro says that Orlando Silva was the best singer in the world on his peak. My apologies to my mother and to every Orlando Silva fan for keeping this album on wait for several months. Let’s see.

This is Orlando Silva – 25 Anos Cantando para as Multidoes (1959), for Odeon, presented here with Imperial (1968) reissue, a tribute to Orlando Silva 25 years of recording career, featuring a compilation with tunes that I could not identify the first release date. Ruy Castro says Orlando Silva golden years were from the late 30’s to the early 40’s, and I would like very much if someone make additional work to identify each track release year. Loronix is all about Orlando Silva tonight, I’m making available a full documentary taken from Arquivo da Cinemateca do Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro, O Cantor das Multidoes, available on three chapters via Loronix streaming video. Tracks include:

01 – Errei Erramos (Ataulpho Alves)
02 – Ciúme Sem Razão (Joao de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
03 – Boêmio (Ataulpho Alves / W. Falcao)
04 – Uma Saudade a Mais Uma Esperança a Menos (Silvino Neto / Carlos Moraes)
05 – Fuga (Lupscinio Rodrigues)
06 – Mentiras (Carolina Cardoso de Menezes / Armando Fernandes)
07 – A Última Canção (Guilherme A. Pereira)
08 – Faixa de Cetim (Ary Barroso)
09 – Horas Iguais (J. M. de Abreu / Francisco Mattoso)
10 – Desprêzo (Raul Sampaio / Ivo Santos)
11 – Dá me Tuas Maos (Roberto Martins / Mario Lago)
12 – Eu e Ela (Rene Bittencourt / Carolina Cardoso de Menezes)

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Como não está disponível em nenhum local, estamos disponibilizando 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!)

Quanto ao documentário, achei um no Youtube, mas acredito que não é o original.





Orlando Silva – Carinhoso (1959)

14 09 2012

Link original: Orlando Silva – Carinhoso (1959)
Publicado em: Friday, October 19, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, good evening! Let’s start this Friday moving forward that idea of showing early Bossa Nova and performers that have influenced Bossa Nova. I was reading yesterday a book that everybody should read, Caetano Veloso – Verdade Tropical. Caetano said Orlando Silva is one of his strongest influences and he can be considered as a disciple. The same applies to Joao Gilberto as we could hear on that 78rpm with Joao Gilberto performing on a style very close to Orlando Silva. Caetano Veloso also said that Orlando Silva peak was in the late 30’s and early 40’s, and this is what we have available at this essential record, being reposted with upgrades on everything. Let’s see.

This is Orlando Silva – Carinhoso (1959), for RCA Victor, featuring new recordings of Orlando Silva repertoire taken from 1935 and 1942 78rpm. RCA Victor released this album as part of the company 25th anniversary and sold it very much, being also very well received among the reviewers of that time. In fact, an anthological album with a nice repertoire selection with Orlando Silva singing with a different voice from his early years, but still fantastic.

I’m making available three original 78rpm Orlando Silva recordings of Carinhoso (1937), Aos Pes da Cruz (1942) and Labios que Beijei (1942), so we can check how Orlando Silva interpretation changed. By the way, these original 78rpm tracks are really nice. Tracks include:

01 – Carinhoso (Pixinguinha / João de Barro) – 1937 (*)
02 – Lágrimas (Cândido das Neves “Índio”) – 1935
03 – Mágoas de Caboclo (Leonel Azevedo / J. Cascata) – 1939
04 – Amigo Leal (Benedito Lacerda / Aldo Cabral) – 1937
05 – Súplica (Otávio Gabus Mendes / José Marcílio / Déo) – 1940
06 – Rosa (Pixinguinha / Otávio de Souza) – 1937
07 – Lábios Que Beijei (J. Cascata / Leonel Azevedo) – 1937 (*)
08 – Juramento Falso (J. Cascata / Leonel Azevedo) – 1937
09 – Aliança Partida (Benedito Lacerda / Roberto Martins) – 1937
10 – Aos Pés da Cruz (Marino Pinto / Zé da Zilda) – 1942 (*)
11 – Sinhá Maria (René Bittencourt)
12 – A Jardineira (Benedito Lacerda / Humberto Porto) – 1938

(*) also available as original 78rpm recordings.

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Esse disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos. As gravações em 78 rpm podem ser buscadas na extraordinária caixa “O Cantor das Multidões”, que traz remasterizadas as gravações da fase áurea do Orlando Silva. A caixa também pode ser buscada no 300 Discos. Para quem se interessou por essa história, veja a análise sobre as duas vozes do Orlando Silva, que publiquei no blog do Luis Nassif.