Silvio Cesar – Silvio Cesar (1968)

15 07 2012

Link original: Silvio Cesar – Silvio Cesar (1968)
Publicado em: Monday, August 27, 2007 by zecalouro

It is frustrating when you have plans and they are jeopardized by problems with the Internet and other computer issues. I was saving this one for another time and need to make it today due these problems. Anyway, this album was one of the first ones I got in the beginning of Loronix. I bought in Sao Paulo, following an advice from Caetano Rodrigues on one of those vinyl fairs there. Let’s see.

This is Silvio Cesar – Silvio Cesar (1968), for Odeon. A recommendation by Caetano is really worth checking and starting by this cover, everything runs really nice with this album. Silvio Cesar has a strong identification with Bossa Nova, recording several albums since the 60’s with also several participations on other artists’ album. This self titled Odeon release has arrangements of a duo of renowned Maestros, Joao Teodoro Meirelles, also known as J.T. Meirelles, in charge of tracks 04 – Cantiga Antiga and 09 – Se Eu Pudesse te Dizer Tudo que Sinto and Lyrio Panicalli, responsible for the other ones. Tracks include:

01 – O Gato (Silvio César / Sylvan Paezzo)
02 – Gingilin – o Último Palhaço (Silvio César / Sylvan Paezzo)
03 – Rataplan (Roberto Menescal / Ed Lincoln / Silvio César)
04 – Cantiga Antiga (Sylvan Paezzo / Silvio César)
05 – Kid Risadinha (Silvio César / Sylvan Paezzo)
06 – João Juca Júnior (Silvio César / Sylvan Paezzo)
07 – Pra Te Dizer (Ed Lincoln / Silvio César)
08 – Zé Doidinho (Silvio César / Sylvan Paezzo)
09 – Se Eu Pudesse Te Dizer Tudo Que Sinto (Silvio César)
10 – Nascimento Vida e Morte de Um Samba (Roberto Menescal / Silvio César)


Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças aos amigos Amilcar e Martoni, ele pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco.

Video | Wilson Simonal, Silvio Cesar and others (1966)

30 12 2011

Link original: Video | Wilson Simonal, Silvio Cesar and others (1966)
Publicado em: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 by zecalouro

If you like these vintage videos you will have a party here, 9 minutes of excerpts from the film Na Onda do Ie Ie Ie (1966), featuring Wilson Simonal, Silvio Cesar and many others that you will realize for yourself. On IMDB, Ed Lincoln is listed, ooopss! I will keep my mouth shut this time.

Silvio Cesar – Silvio Cesar (1983)

30 12 2011

Link original: Silvio Cesar – Silvio Cesar (1983)
Publicado em: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 by zecalouro

When deciding the posts of the day, in the beginning of the night, or with Caetano Rodrigues after 8 PM (most cases), it is very important to keep in mind some pitfalls, you cannot post four instrumental albums on a single day, or two female singers together and many other different criteria you have to manage. This is the reason some friends get mad when I meant to do something and the outcome is completely different. Caetano is an example, we just finished a phone call with a plan and now I’m here – ten minutes later – showing something different to Loronixers. I hope you trust me on my selections.

This is Silvio Cesar – Silvio Cesar (1983), for Independente Musica, which is probably the record with the greatest personnel list ever at Loronix, featuring Geraldo Vespar, Sergio Carvalho, Wilson das Neves, Chico Batera, Rafael Rabello, Orlann Divo, Hermeto Pascoal and others. Full personnel listing is provided with the music. Special attention to the autograph on cover. Tracks include:

01 – Cantar (Silvio César / José Roberto Bertrami)
02 – Companheiro (Silvio César / João Nogueira) with João Nogueira
03 – Passado e Futuro (Silvio César)
04 – Chorinho Pra Ele (Hermeto Pascoal / Silvio César) with Hermeto Pascoal
05 – E Agora (O Que Faço Pra Esquecer ) (Silvio César)
06 – Renascer (Silvio César)
07 – Se Você Fosse Um Homem (Silvio César) with MPB-4
08 – Loucura e Razão (Silvio César) with Jane Duboc e Grupo Aquarius
09 – A Mais Antiga Profissão (Silvio César)
10 – Primavera / Outono (Sergio Carvalho / Silvio César)


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

Lyrio Panicali and His Orchestra – Brazil, New Dimensions in Sound (1968)

29 10 2011

Link original: Lyrio Panicali and His Orchestra – Brazil, New Dimensions in Sound (1968)
Publicado em: Monday, November 27, 2006 by zecalouro

I have a special admiration for all Brazilian Maestros we have at Loronix and Lyrio Panicali is among my favorites. This LP, recorded for US market, is probably unknown by many friends in Brazil, Lyrio Panicali and His Orchestra – Brazil, New Dimensions in Sound (1968), for United Artists, I cannot confirm right now if the record session was taken in Brazil or in the US. This one should not be confused with the fantastic Nova Dimensao, released in 1965 for Odeon.

This is not only an Orchestra album, there are voices and lyrics in some tracks, Clara Nunes at his pre-samba ages, recognized for her collaboration with Lyrio Panicali sings on tracks Insensatez and A Felicidade. Silvio Cesar also makes his contribution singing tracks Dindi and Apelo. The repertoire is based on Bossa Nova standards, another unique release provided by Caetano Rodrigues. Tracks include:

01 – Aranjuez, Mon Amour
02 – Upa Neguinho
03 – Insensatez – with Clara Nunes
04 – Carolina
05 – Tem Mais Samba
06 – Dindi – with Silvio Cesar
07 – Tristeza
08 – Apelo – with Silvio Cesar
09 – Roda
10 – Meditacao
11 – A Felicidade – with Clara Nunes
12 – Garota de Ipanema


Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.

Silvio Cesar – Som e Palavras (1978)

24 10 2011

Link original: Silvio Cesar – Som e Palavras (1978)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 21, 2006 by zecalouro

Let’s get back to a Brazilian singer that is not released for a long time, this is Silvio Cesar – Som e Palavras (1977), for RCA, another great and unique Mr. G contribution, our great Loronixer and an worldwide authority on Brazilian music from the 70’s.

Mr. G. seems to be like a planet around a star, he run through cycles, making his wonderful contributions, disappearing for a while and then returning for another session and so on. Mr. G did a nice job this time, this is a wonderful LP that is probably unknown by many Loronixers and has a group of first class musicians on the set, including Durval Ferreira, Ed. Maciel, Ed. Lincoln, Helio Delmiro, Paulo Moura and many others.

I have been wondering on this modern CD times of today if it is viable to put on a set such a wonderful team, it is hard to find a recent release bringing together such group. I will once again let you with tracks and personnel for this nice Silvio Cesar release.


Durval Ferreira
(Music Direction)

Jose Roberto Bertrami
(arrangements, piano and organ)

Raymundo Bittencourt
(vocal arrangements)
(drums and percussion)
Marcio Montarroyos
(trumpet and flugell horn)
Helio Delmiro
Burnier & Cartier
Paulo Moura
Wilson das Neves
(drums on “Voce”)
Pascoal Meirelles
(drums on “Monica” and “Na Madrugada”)
Chacal and Ariovaldo
Chico Batera
Ed. Maciel
Biju and Ricardo
Celso Woltzenlogel and Franklin
Sonia Burnier and Aquarius
(sax and arrangements for “Agarre seu Homem”)
(trumpet at “Agarre seu Homem”)
Ed Lincoln
(organ at “Agarre seu Homem”)


1. Você (Silvio César)
2. Nós Dois (Silvio César)
3. Os Primeiros (Silvio César)
4. Monica (Silvio César / Ed Lincoln)
5. Agarrre Seu Homem (Silvio César / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
6. Eu Te Agradeço (Silvio César)
7. Cego Surdo e Mudo (Silvio César)
8. Um Sentido Pra Vida (Silvio César)
9. Sim e Não (Silvio César)
10. A Festa (Silvio César / José Roberto Bertrami)
11. Um Dia Depois do Outro (Silvio César)
12. Na Madrugada (Silvio César / Nilo Sergio)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Total Brega.

Sylvio Cezar – Amor Demais (1961)

22 08 2011

Link original: Sylvio Cezar – Amor Demais (1961)
Publicado em: Tuesday, August 29, 2006 by zecalouro

Remember that nice dude on some few posts ago with arms open almost hugging you? He is back. Not that expansive as he was in 1965, the hands are now inside the coat pocket on this very early Sylvio Cezar record.

Sylvio Cezar got a strong popularity at Loronix and deserves this second LP. Just to add a little bit to Sylvio Cezar bio by the time of this recording, he started his career as an Ed Lincoln crooner, we will see at tracks some compositions by Sylvio and Ed Lincoln. This LP is the first out of two for Musidisc. Tracks include:

01 – Na Madrugada (Nilo Sergio – Sylvio Cézar)
02 – Preciso Dar um Jeito (Sylvio César)
03 – Amor Demais (Silvio Cezar)
04 – Conselho a Quem Quizer Voltar (Silvio Cezar – Ed Lincoln)
05 – Olhou para Mim (Sylvio Cezar)
06 – Eu quero tantas Coisas… (Sylvio Cezar)
07 – Pandonga, papagaio, pipa (Armando Cavalcanti – Victor Freire)
08 – Teu Nome (Osmar Navarro)
09 – Parti (Sylvio Cezar)
10 – Que Tristeza é Essa? (Sylvio Cezar)
11 – O Que eu Gosto de Voce (Sylvio Cezar – Ed Lincoln)
12 – Eu te Agradeço (Sylvio Cezar – Ed Lincoln)


Este disco pode ser buscado no 300 discos.

Silvio Cesar – So Tinha de Ser com Silvio Cesar (1965)

19 08 2011

Link original: Silvio Cesar – So Tinha de Ser com Silvio Cesar (1965)
Publicado em: Thursday, August 24, 2006 by zecalouro

It is time to celebrate a late debut of a wonderful composer from the 60’s and 70’s at Loronix, Silvio Cesar, with his 1965 LP, So Tinha de Ser com Silvio Cesar, a nice pick among many others released by Silvio in the 60’s. This album landmarks Silvio Cesar contract at Aloysio de Oliveira Odeon label, with arrangements of Lyrio Panicali and participation of J.T. Meirelles, Celso Murilo and Geraldo Vespar.

As every major Loronix debut, AMG will help zecalouro providing bios information, tracks include:

01 – Terra de ninguém (Paulo Sergio Valle – Marcos Valle)
02 – Copacabana (Silvio César)
03 – Samba do carioca (Carlos Lyra – Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Aleluia (Ruy Guerra – Edu Lobo)
05 – Onde está você (Luvercy Fiorini – Oscar Castro Neves)
06 – Arrastão (Edu Lobo – Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – Só tinha de ser com você (Tom Jobim – Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Tudo que você quiser (Silvio César)
09 – Viver a vida (Silvio César)
10 – Pra você (Silvio César)
11 – Fica comigo (Regina Werneck – Durval Ferreira)
12 – Prelúdio pra ninar gente grande (Luiz Vieira)

A celebrated composer of a considerable quantity of songs recorded by Elis Regina, Sérgio Mendes, Elizeth Cardoso, João Donato, Ângela Maria, Roberto Carlos, Alcione, Os Cariocas, Cauby Peixoto, Emílio Santiago, Elza Soares, Hermeto Pascoal, Leny Andrade, Jair Rodrigues, and Nana Caymmi, among others, Sílvio César had a noted participation in the group that renovated samba in the 1960s (Orlandivo, César, Ed Lincoln, and Pedrinho Rodrigues). Along with his solo discography, César also worked in TV and cinema.

César became a professional in 1959 as the crooner of the Waldemar Spillman orchestra. Performing at the historic Beco das Garrafas (Bottles’ Alley, a point of jazz and bossa in the ’50s in Rio) he met Ed Lincoln, with whom he’d write hits like “Olhou Pra Mim,” “Nunca Mais,” and others. In the next year, he had his first single launched with “Máxima Culpa” (Sérgio Ricardo) and “Manhã Sem Adeus” (Luís Bonfá). The first LP, Amor Demais, came in 1961. César appeared in some of the most popular historic TV shows of the ’60s and ’70s, like Jovem Guarda, O Fino da Bossa, and Essa Noite se Improvisa, among others. He also worked in films like Na Onda do Iê-iê-iê (as the composer of the soundtrack, with Lincoln, and also as an actor) and Mineirinho/Vivo ou Morto (writing the soundtrack). His “Mônica” and “Se Tiver De Ser” (both with Lincoln) were included on the soundtrack of the film Na Onda do Iê-iê-iê (Aurélio Teixeira). In 1974, his “O Moço Velho” was re-recorded by Roberto Carlos in the same year. César wrote several songs included on major TV Globo soap opera soundtracks, such as “Levante Os Olhos” (Duas Vidas, 1975), “Agarre Seu Homem,” with Ronaldo Bôscoli (Te Contei?, 1978), and “A Mais Antiga Profissão” (O Jogo da Vida, 1981). His albums Aos Mestres Com Carinho (1992) and Aos Mestres Com Carinho/Vol. 2 (1994) were filled with MPB classics and had the participation of Tom Jobim, Chico Buarque, Leny Andrade, Emílio Santiago, Nonato Luiz, and Quarteto em Cy, among others.


Não tinha este disco. Hoje o Amilcar me passou e eu ia passa-lo para publicação. Porém, vi que ele está disponível desde 2006 no Um que Tenha, não sei como não o encontrei antes.