Raul de Souza – Til Tomorrow Comes (1979)

14 04 2013

Link original: Raul de Souza – Til Tomorrow Comes (1979)
Publicado em: Sunday, May 25, 2008 by zecalouro

Raul De Souza - Til Tomorrow Comes

I said yesterday that we would have Samba albums today, but I changed my mind to show a Raul de Souza album that never had a CD reissue. Although not a Samba album, Til Tomorrow Comes will make you kick around the house, since it seeks harmony with the moment experience by the music in the late 70’s, especially in the year of 1979, where disco music dominated the charts in US and abroad. This is essentially a disco music album, it has nothing to do with jazz, and it is very important to understand this concept before jumping into it. Let’s see.

This is Raul de Souza – Til Tomorrow Comes (1979), for Capitol, the third out of three albums released by Raulzinho at Capitol, following the acclaimed Sweet Lucy and Don’t Ask My Neighbors, both produced by George Duke and also never released in CD. Actually, George Duke’s production is what differs Til Tomorrow Comes, produced by Arthur Wright, which is probably responsible for this first and only Raul de Souza disco music experience. Personnel listing features only American musicians with a single and very important exception, Maestro Moacir Santos playing sax with no individual track credits. Tracks include:

Personnel

James Gadson, Edward Greene
(drums)
David T. Walker, Greg Poree, Arthur Wright
(guitar)
Greg Phillingaines, Alan Oldfield
(keyboards)
Alan Oldfield
(synthesizers)
Clarence “Butch” Robinson, Eddie “Bongo” Brown
(congas, bongos)
Raul de Souza
(trombone, percussion)
Willian Green, Ernie Fields, Moacir Santos
(sax)
Leslie Dreayton, Bobby Bryant Sr.
(trumpet)
Maurice Spears, Donald Cooke, Lou McCreary
(trombone)
Bonita Wilson, Lynn B. Davis, Oneida James, Marie Jones
(backing vocals)

Track List

01 – Til Tomorrow Comes (B. Nakagawa / Arthur Wright)
02 – Only When You Can (Arthur Wright)
03 – Fe-no-me-nol (Arthur Wright)
04 – Pleasurize (G. Know / Arthur Wright)
05 – Up And At It (Raul de Souza / Arthur Wright)
06 – Everybody’s Got To Dance To The Music (Arthur Wright)
07 – Self Sealing (Arthur Wright)
08 – Boogie Shoes (Arthur Wright)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.

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Raul de Souza – Viva Volta (1986)

28 01 2013

Link original: Raul de Souza – Viva Volta (1986)
Publicado em:  Tuesday, January 29, 2008 by zecalouro

Raulzinho - Viva Volta (1986)

Hello, good evening! In spite of a flu making my eyes hurt and feeling pain all over my feathers, I’m having a really nice evening with another non-identified traffic increase of new people to Loronix. We had an average of four unique visitors per minutes on peak hours, which are much for January, a month used by many friends for vacation. That’s why I’m making a solid start this Monday, sharing a never released album of a favorite artist of many friends, the legendary Brazilian trombonist Raul de Souza, also known as Raulzinho. Let’s see.

This is Raul de Souza – Viva Volta (1986), for Top Tape, recorded live at Inverno & Verao nightclub, Sao Paulo, February 1986. Perhaps this is a widely unknown Raulzinho album, found last week while browsing the always surprising R$ 1.00 section of a used vinyl store in Copacabana. Raulzinho performs a repertoire of his own compositions and Brazilian standards from Milton Nascimento, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Noel Rosa, Vinicius de Moraes and Joao Bosco. Personnel listing is available bellow and includes the participation of Guilherme Vergueiro as special guest on Feitio de Oracao. Tracks include:

Personnel

Raul de Souza
(trombone, tenor sax, arrangements)
Rui S. Yamamura, Jarbas A. Barbosa
(guitar)
Guilherme Vergueiro
(piano)
Celso Pixinga
(bass)
Chico Melao
(drums)
Rogerio de Souza
(vocal, Salve o Rio)

Track List

01 – Manhã Cedo (Raul de Souza)
02 – Papel Marché (João Bosco / Capinan)
03 – Viva Volta (Raul de Souza)
04 – Travessia (Milton Nascimento / Fernando Brant) Amor Em Paz (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) Fato Consumado (Djavan)
05 – Obi (Djavan)
06 – Inverno e Verão (Raul de Souza)
07 – Samba Mestiço (Rui S. Yamamura)
08 – Feitio de Oração (Noel Rosa / Vadico) with Guilherme Vergueiro
09 – Salve o Rio (Rogério de Souza) with Rogerio de Souza
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Music Video | Raul de Souza

31 05 2012

Link original: Music Video | Raul de Souza 
Publicado em: Friday, July 20, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! I’m sick. Yesterday and today’s morning I was really bad, but since the middle of the afternoon I’m getting better. I think I can make some posts today, starting with this one, videos are easy to make available and this is not an ordinary video, it is Raul de Souza and Hector Costita, together. Thanks Luiz Harding for this video, Luiz sent a lot of videos and music to us.

That’s it. Coming back slowly to do the things right. I’m sure Raulzinho will make you entertained until the next post.

Last minute info by Luiz Harding: Raul de Souza is backed by the Brazilian instrumental ensemble Placa Luminosa, which is Ari Nascimento (bass), Luizao (drums), Ribah Nascimento (guitar) and Rik Escobar (piano).

Hope uEnjoy!

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Mais um vídeo corrigido com a ajuda do nosso amigo bOssas nOvas.





Raul de Souza & Frank Rosolino – Festival Jazz SP (1978)

22 05 2012

Link original: Raul de Souza & Frank Rosolino – Festival Jazz SP (1978)
Publicado em: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! Loronixers contributions taken from old K-7 tapes are coming. It is now common. However, it is not possible to make all them, we should have criterion, such as the quality of the sound and at most, the importance and relevance of the music.

Luiz Harding sent this one, meeting everything, amazing sound and a really interesting concert with Raul de Souza and Frank Rosolino performing together on a Brazilian Jazz Festival held in Sao Paulo in 1978. It is a great concert and they have the accompaniment of top-notch musicians. Tracks could be identified with one exception, the last one. This is the first experience with K-7 tapes; feel free to write comments about it. Tracks include:

PersonnelRaul de Souza and Frank Rosolino
(trombone)
Mathias Matos
(bass)
Jose Alves
(piano)
Chico Batera
(drums)

Track List

01 – Stella by Starlight
02 – Lover Man
03 – Corcovado
04 – Not identified

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Essa gravação pode ser buscada na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.





Raulzinho e Impacto 8 – International Hot (1969)

5 05 2012

Link original: Raulzinho e Impacto 8 – International Hot (1969)
Publicado em: Monday, June 25, 2007 by zecalouro

International Hot is the last Raul de Souza album recorded in Brazil before making the acclaimed Colors for Milestone in the USA. Before Colors, Raul de Souza was Raulzinho. It has been a while since the last Raul de Souza release, the excellent Rio with Conrad Herwig. Raul is great and his discography has many albums, most of them out of print, I think we can make Raulzinho more often at Loronix.

This is Raulzinho e Impacto 8 – International Hot (1969), for Equipe. Raul de Souza and his group Impacto 8 were active for one year and recorded only this album for Equipe. Perhaps they assembled Impacto 8 only for this record, with no concerts. International Hot is a blend of Samba with American pop of that time. The outcome is a dancing album full of brass and electric guitars, a very different work in comparison to what we know as the other Raul de Souza works. Personnel features excellent musicians that became renowned in the forthcoming years, such as the drummer Robertinho Silva and the legendary Oberdan Magalhaes. Tracks include:

Personnel

Raul de Souza
(trombone)
Bill Vogel and Sergio
(piston)
Oberdan Magalhaes
(sax, flute)
Romildo
(bass)
Robertinho Silva
(drums)
Helio Celso
(organ, piano)
Fredera
(guitar, violao)
Betinho
(voice)

Track List

01 – Tesouro de São Miguel (R. Nichols)
02 – Vida Torta (Spinning Wheel) (C. Thomaz / Vrs. Luis Keller)
03 – Boogaloo Bill Nº 2 (B. Vogel)
04 – Mundo Louco (Two Beat Manchild) (Neil Diamond / Vrs. Luis Keller)
05 – Fried Bananas (G. Mc Farland)
06 – You’ve Made Me So Very Happy (B. Gordy Júnior / B. Holloway / F. Wilson)
07 – Mercy Mercy (J. Zavinewl)
08 – Hello Monalisa (Santos Dumont / Paulo Imperial)
09 – Cantallope Island (H. Hancok)
10 – I’ve Got The Feelin’ (James Brown)
11 – Slick (J. Pisano)
12 – Tesouro de São Miguel (R. Nichols)

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Este disco pode ser buscado no Groove do Bom.





Music Video | Raulzinho & Maria Bethania

9 03 2012

Link original: Music Video | Raulzinho & Maria Bethania
Publicado em: Friday, April 20, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening! This video announces the start of another Brazilian music night at Loronix. We had great nights this week and it will be very easy to keep the pace at day four of Caetano Rodrigues releases. Some friends reported to sleep badly in the last three nights, so I will try, I said try; to make everything happens earlier today.

Luiz Harding made it again selecting for us another video with the legendary Brazilian trombonist Raul de Souza, according with Maria Bethania, the best trombonist in the world. By the way, Maria Bethania delivers a truly beautiful singing. You can see by yourself, just click at the arrow bellow or use the increase lens for a bigger version.

Hope uEnjoy!





Documentary | Raul de Souza

22 02 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine:Site MeterDocumentary | Raul de Souza
Publicado em: SUNDAY, APRIL 01, 2007

Luiz Harding said he had to think a lot to make a decision on sending this video to us. I’m glad with Luiz decision, sometimes we need to stop and think about a fact, it is really hard to have a life as a musician, even a genius like the Brazilian trombonist Raul de Souza.
This short documentary shows a bit of the life of this great artist and how is hard to make a living in Brazil as a musician. This documentary is dedicated to all Brazilian instrumental musicians. Unfortunately, no English captions.

Hope uEnjoy!

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O documentário está disponível no Youtube em 6 partes, que seguem abaixo: