Challenge | Who is the organ player?

12 06 2013

Link original: Challenge | Who is the organ player?
Publicado em: Thursday, November 20, 2008 by zecalouro


Hello, good evening! Let’s play the challenge game with a different setup today. Your mission is to watch two amazing videos and identify who is playing organ on both. If you don’t want to engage the challenge game, don’t miss the videos, they don’t need introductions. By the way, this is a very easy challenge and the first who answers correctly who is playing organ wins a Rapidshare 1-month Premium account.

Hope uEnjoy!


Não consegui os vídeos, mas pelos comentários, seria o Wanderley, de S.P. mais conhecido como Wanderleyzinho, que fazia parte do RC-7, que acompanhava o Roberto Carlos. Nos vídeos também estariam presentes Nestico Aguiar (sax), Maguinho (trumpete) e Raul de Souza (trombone).


Announcement | Jorge Mello’s Contributions and ESPN Brazil Pontape Inicial Show

1 04 2013

Link original: Announcement | Jorge Mello’s Contributions and ESPN Brazil Pontape Inicial Show
Publicado em: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 by zecalouro


I spent much of the last forty-eight hours thinking about on this post and this text, perhaps one of the most planned posts ever at Loronix. Different approaches were developed, but now I think it is better to forget all plans and write everything from scratch, instinctively on a single breath. I’m pleased to introduce to our community Jorge Mello, musician, composer, music researcher, teacher, book writer and a major reference of the works of Anibal Augusto Sardinha, also known as Garoto.

It is very easy to get along with Jorge Mello’s writing about Garoto and other Brazilian music subjects at the Internet. Sovaco de Cobra published a series of posts called O Cancioneiro de Garoto, with full Jorge Mello’s support. You can also reach Daniella Thompson’s Musica Brasiliensis website with several Jorge Mello’s contributions, such as this amazing writing about Trio Surdina.

At Loronix, I’m making a video with excerpts of ESPN Brasil Pontape Inicial show dedicated to Bossa Nova with the participation of Jorge Mello. It is a nice video, with ESPN friends talking a little bit about Loronix, thanks to Wilson Libutti for referencing Loronix to ESPN Pontape Inicial friends.

Well, thanks a lot Jorge. I’m sure your great sharing spirit will make a lot of difference to Loronix in the forthcoming days, actually forthcoming months. Maybe years?

Let’s watch the video, you can click on individual parts or watch the whole thing from the first one.



Não consegui o vídeo  nem mesmo a imagem original do post.


Coral do Joab & Titulares do Ritmo – Temas das Copas do Mundo de 1958 e 1970 (1970)

19 03 2013

Coral do Joab & Titulares do Ritmo – Temas das Copas do Mundo de 1958 e 1970 (1970)
Publicado em: Thursday, April 03, 2008 by zecalouro

Copacabana M-908

Hello, good evening! I made consistent progress on creating the strategy of old post’s reconstruction. That was the reason of my absence yesterday. It is important to set up procedures to make the work easy and organized, with little errors, so that everyone can participate. I am doing what I can to document the procedures to engage the community, but I believe that one more day of refinement would be required. I will keep you posted.

The show must go on and this post is all about entertainment blending Brazilian music and soccer (futebol), very close associated. Let’s see.

This is Temas das Copas do Mundo 1958 e 1970 (1970), for Copacabana, a single, featuring the themes of 1958 and 1970 World Cup, won by Brazil in Sweden and Mexico respectively. I believe that all the friends of Brazil know how to sing these songs by heart, especially the second, released in commemoration of the third Brazilian championship. I’m making available a documentary of the 1970 World Cup final match with Brazil and Italy, a must for those who love soccer, featuring Pelé, Jairzinho, Tostão, Rivelino and other renowned soccer players. Tracks include:

01 – Pra Frente Brazil (Miguel Gustavo) with Coral de Joab
02 – A Taca do Mundo e Nossa (Mau / Dag / Lau) with Titulares do Ritmo



Não tinha esse disco. Porém, graças ao amigo Andreas ele pode ser buscado 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 vídeo, não sei se é exatamente este que o Zeca postou …

Elizeth Cardoso – Feito em Casa (1974)

25 02 2013

Link original: Elizeth Cardoso – Feito em Casa (1974)
Publicado em: Friday, March 07, 2008 by zecalouro

Elizeth Cardoso - Feito em Casa (1974)

Hello, good evening! Today I decided to pick up one of my first vinyl transfers at Loronix and made it again, just to see if my skills were improved after making several others transfers across the last year. My choice was this fantastic and underrated Elizeth Cardoso LP, released in 1974 at Copacabana. I read that Joao Gilberto reaches his magnificent guitar playing and interpretation using repetitions and repetition really makes you perform better. This reposting is the outcome with improvements on music and also front and back cover scans. I’m gathering my first April 1 2007 writing. Let’s see.

Original writing

Let’s make a solid start today posting a album that is probably unknown to many friends, recorded by one of the most loved female singer at Loronix, Elizeth Cardoso.

This is Elizeth Cardoso – Feito em Casa (1974), for Copacabana, all about Samba from start to end with Elizeth Cardoso delivering all her vocal tricks, accompanied by a female chorus and arranged by top-notch Brazilian Maestros, such as Geraldo Vespar, Chiquinho de Moraes and Sergio Carvalho. Samba fans will be delighted with this album that reveals Elizeth Cardoso as a really nice Samba interpreter. The back cover has something never seen before, photos of all composers of the twelve tracks. Elizeth seems to be really in charge of each record she makes. Feito em Casa has also the mighty Moacyr Silva as production director.

I’m sending also a gorgeous video with voice and bass featuring Elizeth Cardoso and Luiz Chaves of Zimbo Trio performing Se Queres Saber (Peter Pan). It is not necessary to say, but I like to say if you forget, it is another Powered by Luiz Harding video. Tracks include:

The Composers


Paulinho Cavalcante & Paulo Bruce


Paulo Cesar Pinheiro


Romildo & Toninho


Ari do Cavaco & Otacilio (Paulo Valdez / Demócrito de Azevedo)


Candeia & Walter Rosa


Delcio Carvalho


Lais Bezerra & Lucia Gondra

Track List

01 – Aroeira (Romildo / Toninho Nascimento)
02 – Peso dos Anos (Candeia / Walter Rosa)
03 – Cuíca e Viola (Romildo / Toninho Nascimento)
04 – Antes Durante e Depois (Paulo Valdez / Paulo César Pinheiro)
05 – Chico Lambança (Ari do Cavaco / Otacílio)
06 – Evocando Saudade (Laís Bezerra / Lúcia Gondra)
07 – Flor Misteriosa (Romildo / Toninho Nascimento)
08 – Igual à Flor (Delcio Carvalho / Nei Lopes)
09 – Água de Sereno (Romildo / Toninho Nascimento)
10 – Era Melhor Chrar (Paulinho Cavalcanti / Paulo Bruce)
11 – Amor Infinito (Paulo Valdez / Demócrito)
12 – Batido na Palma da Mão (Ari do Cavaco / Otacílio)


Este disco pode ser buscado no Parallel Realities.

Quanto ao vídeo citado pelo Zeca, não consegui encontra-lo. Alguém teria?

Video Challenge | Joao Donato e Conjunto – Amazonas

20 02 2013

Link original: Video Challenge | Joao Donato e Conjunto – Amazonas
Publicado em: Thursday, February 28, 2008 by zecalouro


I think this challenge will drive everybody crazy. This is Joao Donato playing Amazonas and accompanied by three musicians. We have a simple mission, which is the identification of the drummer, bassist and tumbadora player. Get the chance.

Hope uEnjoy!


Não consegui o vídeo …


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)


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.

Carnaval Video | Meu Bem Volto Ja (2008)

5 02 2013

Link original: Carnaval Video | Meu Bem Volto Ja (2008)
Publicado em: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 by zecalouro




Hello, good evening! Carnaval is not over, but the end is approaching. I want to admit that our Carnaval album coverage was really bellow my worst estimates, so I decided to make something different to close Carnaval time sending zecalouro with his digital camera to the eye of the hurricane. The results are available bellow with a Copacabana panorama showing clusters of human beings across the beach and a movie featuring Carnaval images (real Carnaval footage!!) taken from the top of the building and the most difficult part, in the ground together with the mass.

My apologies for the quality of the movie, it was taken today at 6:30 p.m. during Bloco Carnavalesco Meu Bem Volto Ja parade. This should be boring for the friends in Brazil, but a real treat for friends who never had the chance to come to Rio de Janeiro during Carnaval time.

Hope uEnjoy!

 PS. Meu Bem Volto Ja is the second from the left to right.


Não consegui o vídeo do Zeca, mas segue um vídeo que encontrei no Youtube do mesmo bloco e também do ano de 2008: