Sambalanco Trio – Reencontro com Sambalanco Trio (1965)

22 03 2012

Link na Internet Wayback Machine: Sambalanco Trio – Reencontro com Sambalanco Trio (1965)
Publicado em: WEDNESDAY, MAY 09, 2007

This album was scheduled to be released yesterday, but I was so tired that I felt asleep by accident, waking up this morning with a heavy and surprisingly rain. It was a very strong rain and some windows were opened in the house, some housekeeping will be necessary. Anyway, let’s forget these matters and go straight to another fantastic Caetano Rodrigues contribution.This is Sambalanco Trio – Reencontro com Sambalanco Trio (1965), for Som Maior, featuring Cesar Camargo Mariano (piano), Clayber (bass) and Airto Moreira (drums), the last album by this legendary Samba Jazz trio lead by Cesar Camargo Mariano. We have a detailed liner notes written by Laercio Vieira saying it was a problem to open their agenda for this record session. This is particular interesting, we use to have the idea of musical groups together all the time, rehearsing, touring, creating music, etc. and Laercio Vieira text destroy this idea, at least it was not Sambalanco Trio modus operandi. Thanks for this nice one, Caetano. Tracks include:

01 – Samba Pro Pedrinho (Walter Santos / Tereza Souza)
02 – Deixa (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – Lenda (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
04 – Tensão (Humberto Clayber)
05 – Razão de Viver (Eumir Deodato)
06 – Pra Machucar Meu Coração (Ary Barroso)
07 – Samblues (César Costa Filho) — Sambinha (César Costa Filho / Humberto Clayber) — O Amor Que Acabou (Chico Feitosa / Luis Fernando Freire) — Nanã (Moacir Santos / Mário Telles) — Pra Que Chorar (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes) — O Morro Não Tem Vez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) – Roda de Samba (Lúcio Alves / Airto Moreira)
08 – Deixa Pra Lá (Sergio Augusto / Luis Fernando Freire)
09 – Só Pela Noite (Airto Moreira)
10 – Step Right Up (Oliver Nelson)
11 – Manhã de Nós Dois (César Camargo Mariano / Marisa)

This is Sambalanco Trio – Reencontro com Sambalanco Trio (1965), at Loronix.  Hope uEnjoy!

Este disco pode ser buscado no Jossa Blog.

Geraldo Cunha – Quem tem Bossa faz Assim (1966) with Sambalanco Trio

6 12 2011

Link original: Geraldo Cunha – Quem tem Bossa faz Assim (1966) with Sambalanco Trio
Publicado em: Saturday, January 06, 2007 by zecalouro

I can’t remember, but I think this is one of the most wanted LPs at Loronix ever, a really sought-after collectors item. I need to say thank you for two special dudes this time. First, Caetano Rodrigues, for hearing the prayers and heling Loronix to make it. Second, the bossanovadreamer, he has been dreaming with this item since Loronix started, now the dream comes true. Thanks bossanovadreamer for don’t let zecalouro loose his hope during several months.

Anyway, the sharing spirit is bigger than the need to make a reasonable research about this post, so I will let with you, friends to add more information on it. This is Geraldo Cunha – Quem Tem Bossa Faz Assim (1966), for Audio Fidelity. Quem Tem Bossa Faz Assim also features Sambalanço Trio. We will have a lot of time to discuss this LP, which is the first and only recorded by Geraldo Cunha, an acclaimed composer recorded by several artists in Brazil. Tracks include:

01 – Samba Bom (Vera Brasil)
02 – Samba de Quem Ficou (Naya Sampaio)
03 – Vivo Sonhando (Tom Jobim)
04 – Prece do Amor Infinito (Geraldo Cunha / Milton de Paula)
05 – Vier Só Mesmo Com Amor (Geraldo Cunha / Laércio Vieira)
06 – Canção da Partida (Dorival Caymmi)
07 – O Morro Não Tem Vez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Lamento Nagô (Laércio Vieira / Hércio Expedicto)
09 – Não Sou do Morro (Geraldo Cunha / Alberto Júnior)
10 – Moça de Azul (Geraldo Cunha / Pery Ribeiro)
11 – A Estória É Você (Naya Sampaio / Tuca)
12 – Rancho das Namoradas (Ary Barroso / Vinicius de Moraes)


Este disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.

Lennie Dale – Lennie Dale e o Sambalanco Trio (1965)

16 08 2011

Link original: Lennie Dale – Lennie Dale e o Sambalanco Trio (1965)
Publicado em: Saturday, August 19, 2006 by zecalouro

A very friend of zecalouro said that this recorded live LP with Lennie Dale and Sambalanco Trio would be a great post at Loronix. He was a hundred percent sure. Another fine Sambalanço Trio LP at Loronix. Sambalanco Trio recorded five albums, three on their on, one with Raul De Souza, and one with Lennie Dale, which is the one zecalouro presente here.

Lennie Dale is probably unfamiliar by many friend out of Brazil. Lennie is a singer and choreographer; he was born in Brooklin, NY and was invited to come to Brazil when touring in Europe. Lennie never came back home being active with several participations on TV shows, movies and theatres.

Tracks include:

01 – The Lady is a Tramp (R. Rodgers – L. Hart)
02 – Samba de Mudar (Geraldo Vandre)
03 – Reza (Ruy Guerra – Edu Lobo)
04 – Night and Day (Cole Porter)
05 – O Morro Nao tem Vez (Tom Jobim)
06 – Menino das Laranjas (Theo de Barros)
07 – Quem e Home Nao Chora (Vera Brasil – Geraldo Vandré)
08 – Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso)
09 – O Pato (Jayme Silva – Neusa Teixeira)
10 – That old Black Magic (Mercer – Arlen)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Abracadabra.

Sambalanço Trio – Sambalanço Trio (1965) Debut LP

11 08 2011

Link original: Sambalanço Trio – Sambalanço Trio (1965) Debut LP
Publicado em: Friday, August 11, 2006 by zecalouro

zecalouro had a great lunch today with a friend that subtle called his attention to this great Trio from the 60’s. Meet Sambalanço Trio, formed by Cesar Camargo Mariano (piano), Airto Moreira (drums) and Humberto Clayber (bass). The band recorded five albums and then became Sambrasa Trio when Cesar Camargo Mariano decided to quit and was replaced by Hermeto Pascoal.

This is the out of print debut LP, self titled, from 1965. zecalouro will ask for AMG help to better describe this album:

As the bossa nova style exited seven nascent years of development and entered into a post-pubescent stage full of confidence, the Sambalanço Trio hit the Brazilian music scene with a splash. Comprised of Cesar Camargo Mariano on piano, Humberto Clayber on bass, and futurepercussion superstar Airto Moreira on traps, the Sambalanço Trio had a sophisticated and multi-faceted sound, one that melded an aggressive, samba-school-on-parade sound with a subtler air, redolent of Antonio Carlos Jobim, João Gilberto, and even the Bill Evans Trio. For example, “Samblues” — the opening track on the Sambalanço Trio’s self-titled re-release — combines Moreira’s samba-derived partido alto rhythms with Mariano and Clayber’s cool, blues-based melodies. On “Berimbau,” traditional elements — such as a Brazilian bagpipe intro and syncopated Capoeira rhythms — are fused with a five-four melodic passage that sounds like a section from David Brubek’s “Take Five.” These two songs, along with the album as a whole, deftly illustrate how the Sambalanço Trio infused the soporific bossa nova scene of 1964 with much-needed doses of energetic rhythms, cutting-edge jazz voicings, and spontaneity. ~ All Music.


01 – Samblues (César Camargo Mariano)
02 – Balanço Zona Sul (Tito Madi)
03 – O Morro não tem vez (Tom Jobim – Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Nos e o Mar (Roberto Menescal – Ronaldo Boscoli)
05 – Homenagem a Clifford Brown (Dorimar)
06 – Berimbau (Baden Powell – Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – Jacqueline K (Heraldo Correia)
08 – Consolação (Baden Powell – Vinicius de Moraes)
09 – O Amor que Acabou (Chico Feitosa – Luiz F. Freire)
10 – Pra que Chorar (Baden Powell – Vinicius de Moraes)
11 – Marisa (Cesar Camargo Mariano)
12 – Sambinha (Humberto Clayber – Cesar Camargo Mariano)


Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 Discos. É interessante notar que o link original do disco no Loronix estava apontando para outro disco, não do Sambalanço Trio, mas do Balanço Trio – Ritmo…Bossa…Balanço – . Avisei o Zeca, como podem ver nos comentários originais, mas ele não chegou a consertar, até onde eu verifiquei. Outro detalhe é que o disco é de 1964 e não de 1965 como postado originalmente.

Raul de Souza – A Vontade Mesmo (1964)

30 07 2011

Link original: Raul de Souza – A Vontade Mesmo (1964)
Publicado em: Sunday, June 25, 2006 by zecalouro

Raul de Souza – Brazilian Trombonist – first LP was released in 1964, known at that time as Raulzito, was never issued in the US. A Vontade Mesmo is not a Bossa Nova album, but high quality instrumental Brazilian jazz.

zecalouro wants to know what happened with these guys during the 60’s, where so wonderful albums were released. Maybe the water sold in Brazil…


Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 discos. Como o Raul de Souza é acompanhado pelo Sambalanço Trio, também classifiquei o disco nesta categoria.