Neste blog muita informação sobre a história da Bossa Nova.
Acesso direto às publicaçòes no Rádio Forma & Elenco sobre:

Wilson Simonal, - Maysa, - António Carlos Jobim, - Tuca

Zecalouro, - Elis Regina , - Dick Farney , - Zito Righi

segunda-feira, 15 de dezembro de 2014

Ademilde Fonseca – A Rainha do Chorinho (1975)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 05 de novembro 2007.
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It is truly amazing the feedback given to Ademilde Fonseca on two recently released records. I admit that she was not on my radar and if there is someone who should receive credits for the recent Ademilde Fonseca posts is Elso Legey, he was the first to shout out loud at CBox for an Ademilde Fonseca album. It is hard to believe that Ademilde Fonseca released only a few records on a career that spans decades. This album was recorded in 1975 and follows immediately Choros Famosos (1962), a hiatus of 13 years on recordings. Let’s see.

This is Ademilde Fonseca – A Rainha do Chorinho (1975), for Top Tape, featuring Ademilde Fonseca chorinho standards with some new compositions, including Titulos de Nobreza “Ademilde no Choro” written by Joao Bosco and Aldir Blanc as a gift to Ademilde Fonseca. I think this album is a real find, a breathtaking constellation of Brazilian musicians were in this session, and among many other surprises, I got really amazed with the open tune, Choro Chorao, a choro composition by the Samba legend Martinho da Vila. I think Loronixers will also be amazed with this really nice album, it seems that everybody likes Ademilde Fonseca.

Tracks include:



Personnel

Menezes
(bandolim)

Abel Ferreira
(clarinet)

Netinho
(sax soprano)

Copinha, Geraldo, Altamiro Carrilho, Jorginho
(flute)

Dino 7 Cordas
(violao 7 cordas)

Neco, Jorge Menezes, Meira
(violao)

Canhoto
(cavaquinho)

Sergio Barroso, Gabriel
(bass)

Wilson das Neves
(drums)

Jorge Silva, Risadinha, Cabelinho, Gilson, Jorge Garcia, Luna, Elizeu, Marçal
(rhythm section)

Nosso Samba, As Gatas
(choir)

Orlando Silveira, Maestro Nelsinho, Menezes
(musical direction, arrangements)


Track List

01 – Choro Chorão (Martinho da Vila)
02 – Brasileirinho (Waldir Azevedo)
03 – Coração Trapaceiro (Hermínio Bello de Carvalho / Vital Lima)
04 – Doce Melodia (Abel Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
05 – Amor Sem Preconceito (Candeia / Paulinho da Viola)
06 – Choro do Adeus (Nelson Cavaquinho / Guilherme de Brito)
07 – Títulos de Nobreza (Ademilde no Choro) (João Bosco / Aldir Blanc)
08 – O Que Vier Eu Traço (Alvaiade / Zé Maria)
09 – Meu Sonho (Paulinho da Viola)
10 – Pedacinho do Céu (Waldir Azevedo / Miguel Lima)
11 – Tico-tico no Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu) Dinorah (Benedito Lacerda / José Ramos)
12 – Lamento (Pixinguinha / Vinicius de Moraes)


3 Comentários originais:

Alexandre said…
Congratulations for choosing another magnificent LP. Choro LPs are usually the best.
Cheers
Monday, 05 November, 2007

elso legey said…
Another sensational release by Ademilde Fonseca, thank you Zeca for the care and dedication you have for our musical requests and thanks for the compliment. I merely reminded you of Ademilde Fonseca well deserved name of the rainha do Chorinho, and reminded you to post her records for all of us to enjoy.
Next request , the earlier Bola Sete records for Odeon-Brazil.
Wednesday, 14 November, 2007

J Thyme…kind said…
Strangely, I had missed this super lovely voice & session. MPB is just so big that it takes time to find these little gems. I also have this very same session with a different cover simply titled “Ademilde Fonseca” with the same songs of the same year & also on Top Tape.
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Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Conjunto Epoca de Ouro (1975)

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 Originalmente postado no Loronix em 27 de outubro 2007.
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Last Saturday, I had the tough mission to announce to our community the passing of the Brazilian violao player Cesar Faria. In that time I got really disappointed to make a tribute with no music and this post can be considered a complement for last Saturday tribute. Cesar Faria was founder and member of Conjunto Epoca de Ouro until his passing and I’m now glad to show Loronixers an album by Conjunto Epoca de Ouro and also really amazed by the music they play at this record. If remaining albums by Conjunto Epoca de Ouro are such like this one, we need to track them all. Let’s see.

This is Conjunto Epoca de Ouro – Conjunto Epoca de Ouro (1975), for Continental, featuring Cesar Faria and his Conjunto Epoca de Ouro on 12 renditions of classic Choro compositions by Paulinho da Viola, Jacob do Bandolim, Villa Lobos, Chico Buarque de Hollanda, among many others. A hint is necessary, use speakerphones to identify each instrument, hearing the individual performances of each Conjunto Epoca de Ouro member, it is a very nice experience. Personnel listing is credited bellow, including special guests participations.

Tracks include:


Personnel



Cesar Faria
(violao)

Damasio
(violao)

Dino
(violao 7 cordas)

Deo Rian
(bandolim)

Jonas
(cavaquinho)

Jorginho
(pandeiro)

Special Guests

Abel Ferreira
(clarinet)

Canhoto
(cavaquinho de centro)

Gilson, Pedro dos Santos, Luna
(rhythm)


Track List

01 – Noites Cariocas (Jacob do Bandolim)
02 – Nem Ela Nem Eu (Nelson Alves)
03 – Batuque (Henrique Alves de Mesquita)
04 – Choro Negro (Paulinho da Viola / Fernando Costa)
05 – O Nó (Cândido Pereira da Silva)
06 – Saudações (Otávio Dias de Moura)
07 – Diabinho Maluco (Jacob do Bandolim)
08 – Inesquecível (Paulinho da Viola)
09 – Choro Nº 1 (Villa-Lobos)
10 – Carolina (Chico Buarque)
11 – Sentimento de Um Coração (Damázio Batista)
12 – Meu Chorinho (Jonas Pereira da Silva)



2 Comentários originais:

Auricélio Gonçalves said…
Obrigado pelo post. Será que vocês não têm o disco do Época de Ouro, “Dino 50 Anos”, pela copacabana. Seria uma ótima homenagem ao Dino e ao César.
Saudações musicais!
Remanso/BA
Sunday, 28 October, 2007

g picanco said…
Esse é um disco antológico, contendo duas pérolas do Paulinho da Viola.
Sunday, 28 October, 2007






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quinta-feira, 11 de dezembro de 2014

Toots Thielemans – The Brasil Project (1992)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 03 de Julho 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.

Toots Thielemans recorded two tribute albums for Brazilian Music, which are called Brasil Project 1 and 2. Caetano already sent to us the second edition, Brasil Project 2, a very nice album, acclaimed by many Loronixers.

I could not wait longer for making Brasil Project 1 as soon arrived. The last track 12 – Bluesette is the main attraction, requested by Beto Kessel, kindly associated by zecalouro as Loronix Ambassador. Beto Kessel is a nice friend, knows everything about Brazilian music and Jazz and I want to dedicate this post to our Ambassador.

This is Toots Thielemans – The Brasil Project (1992), for Private Music, really a project, a great effort matching the harmonica player Toots Thielemans with his Brazilian performer friends, Ivan Lins, Luiz Bonfa, Oscar Castro Neves, Caetano Veloso, Milton Nascimento, among others. It is nice to see photos of a late Luiz Bonfa, available with the music. Bluesette is really the main attraction, a celebration performed by Toots Brazilian friends altogether.

Tracks include:


Personnel

Toots Thielemans
(harmonica, guitar)

Gilson Peranzzetta
(keyboards)

Lee Ritenour
(guitar)

Teo Lima
(drums)

Nico Assumpcao
(bass)

Oscar Castro Neves
(guitar, violao, producer)

Paulinho da Costa
(percussion)

Dave Grusin
(piano)

Cassio Duarte
(percussion)

Eliane Elias
(piano)

Bira Hawai
(percussion)

Jamil Joanes
(bass)

Michael Lang
(keyboards)

Mark Isham
(trumpet)

Luiz Bonfa
(guitar)

Chico Buarque de Hollanda
(vocals)

Djavan
(vocals)

Ivan Lins
(keyboard, vocals)

Edu Lobo
(guitar, vocals)

Milton Nascimento
(vocals)

Caetano Veloso
(vocals, guitar)

Brian Bromberg
(bass)

Dori Caymmi
(vocals, guitar)

Gilberto Gil
(vocals, guitar)

Ricardo Silveira
(guitar)



Track List

01 – Começar de Novo
02 – Obi
03 – Felicia and Bianca
04 – O Cantador
05 – Joanna Francesa
06 – Coisa Feita
07 – Preciso Aprender a Só Ser
08 – Fruta Boa
09 – Coração Vagabundo
10 – Manhã de Carnaval
11 – Moments
12 – Bluesette


3 Comentários originais:

Beto Kessel on Tuesday, 03 July, 2007
Thank you very much…mercy, gracias, obrigado…..valeu demias zeca….este tema e muito especial para mim….Beto Kessel

g picanco on Wednesday, 04 July, 2007
Claro que sabemos como Bluesette é importante pra você.
E estamos todos contentes por você estar contente.
O Zeca está preparando um post só de Bluezette.
Aguarde
Bluecette Parade.

Boa audição, Ambassador.

Don on Wednesday, 04 July, 2007
Thanks so much. More harmonica? All your shares are wonderful.







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Toots Thielemans – The Brasil Project Vol. 2 (1993)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 30 de Julho 2009.
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This is another solid listen provided by one of the most fantastic friends I have the change to meet with Loronix. Let me stand up first before saying this name, Caetano Rodrigues.

Just follow this link and be amazed with loads and loads of rare and impossible to find music provided by Caetano.

It is important and an act of respect that all music provided by Caetano Rodrigues be available to the community, and that’s the reason why this album is being reposted in the first page.


I’m also missing Caetano’s valuable advice; I learned a lot with Caetano. Anyway, this is also an album that everybody cries for a rebirth. That’s what I had to say. I will keep my 2007 words below with some modifications.

Here we go on Caetano’s international release of the day, actually it is quite a mistake of mine to tag a Toots Thielemans album recorded with Brazilian artists as international.


Toots Thielemans has a great identification with the music from Brazil, being here several times of his life, recorded a wonderful album with Elis Regina, performed with several other renowned Brazilian artists, such as Rosinha de Valenca, Sivuca, among others.

This is Toots Thielemans – The Brazil Project Vol. 2 (1993), for Private Music, featuring Toots Thielemans harmonica and Luiz Bonfa, Eliane Elias, Dorival Caymmi, Djavan, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso, among others. Personnel listing explain why this record is considered a “project”. I did not have muscles to type, how big it is. Another self-explanatory release. Thanks Caetano Rodrigues for showing this album to Loronixers.

Tracks include:


The Performers

Caetano Veloso
Chico Buarque
Djavan
Dori Caymmi
Edu Lobo
Eliane Elias
Gilberto Gil
Ivan Lins
João Bosco
Luiz Bonfá
Milton Nascimento
Oscar Castro Neves
Paulinho da Costa
Ricardo Silveira

Personnel

Toots Thielemans
(harmonica, main performer)

Lee Ritenour, Oscar Castro Neves, Ricardo Silveira
(guitar)

Mark Isham
(trumpet)

Cassio Duarte, Bira Hawal, Jose Roberto, Paulinho da Costa
(percussion)

Mark Bromberg, Nico Assumpcao, Marc Johnson
(bass)

Steve Schaeffer, Teo Lima
(drums)

Eliane Elias, Dave Grushin
(piano)

John Clark
(French Horn)

Gilson Peranzzetta, Mike Lang, Ivan Lins
(keyboards)

Luiz Bonfa, Dori Caymmi, Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Joao Bosco, Capinan
(violao)

Eugene Friesen
(cello


Track List

01 – Cê
02 – Chôro Bandido
03 – Retrato em Branco e Preto
04 – Obsession
05 – Travessia
06 – Flora
07 – Unconditional Love
08 – Papel Maché
09 – O Futebol
10 – Linda (Você é Linda)
11 – One Note Samba
12 – Oceano
13 – Samba de Orfeu


12 Comentários originais:

Don on Saturday, 24 March, 2007
Toots shows up on the Loronix blog…thanks so much, not just for this but all your hard work.
I enjoy your blog on weekends when I have some time, and am never disappointed by the wealth of info you offer on the things you share. Superb!

Michel on Tuesday, 27 March, 2007
This album is one of my all time favorites. I saw Toots together with Richard Gallianos New York Trio on the 2004 Berlin Jazzfest. He is one of the most inspiring musicians ever.

A big thank you for your fantastic work from Germany.

primocoe on Tuesday, 01 January, 2008
Thanks for all the hard work and the gems you’re mining.

Below is updated track list with credits.
01 – Cê (Ivan Lins/Vitor Martins)
02 – Choro Bandido (Edu Lobo/Chico Buarque)
03 – Retrato em Branco e Preto (AC Jobim/Chico Buarque)
04 – Obsession (Dori Caymmi/Gilson Peranzzetta)
05 – Travessia (Bridges) (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brandt)
06 – Flora (Gilberto Gil)
07 – Unconditional Love (Oscar Castro Neves)
08 – Papel Marché (João Bosco/Capinam)
09 – O Futebol (Chico Buarque)
10 – Linda (Você é Linda) (Caetano Veloso)
11 – One Note Samba (Samba de Uma Nota Só) (AC Jobim/N Mendonça)
12 – Oceano (Djavan)
13 – Samba de Orfeu (Luiz Bonfá/Antônio Maria)

tofisterra on Friday, 16 May, 2008
Hey there, thanks for all of the great music. It is amazing what you have done for my appreciation of Brazilian music. Just to let you know, it appears that the second download is the exact same as the first. That is, part B of this album is not included and the download is actually just part A. Whether you have time to fix it or not, I have so much gratitude for all you have done. Thanks.

Anonymous on Saturday, 12 July, 2008
Yep, Fixing part 2 would be nice!
Thanks!

Anonymous on Tuesday, 16 September, 2008
Zeca, lindo este post, fiquei curiosa por o comentário de Anonymous e decidi baixar o disco pois, sendo ele o único em protestar, não entendi a que se referia. Sim, ele tem razão, Zeca. A parte2 contem exatamente o mesmo arquivo que a parte1, o seja, a parte1 (tracks 01-06) está duplicada. Pela data do comentário de Anonymous e posto que em o 2007 ninguém diz acerca de algúm inconveniente com este post, creio que o problema tem seu origem quando se fiz o re-upload dos arquivos depois de que tiraram fora os links de Loronix e por alguma confusão, se subió o mesmo arquivo parte1 dois vezes e não o arquivo que contenhia os tracks 07-11 e que correspondem à parte2.

parte2 = parte1 Falta a verdadeira parte2 (tracks 07-11)
Ai Zeca, ya me enredé… mas você entendiou ¿sim, verdade? Eu não sei como explicarte meior
Abraços, Nina

Anonymous on Tuesday, 16 September, 2008
Correção!!!

Onde diz “tracks 07-11″ TEM QUE DIZER “tracks 07-13″
Ai Zeca, quando será que eu escreva, tudo o que tenho que escrever, bem e ao primeiro intento 
Nina

Rob on Sunday, 22 February, 2009
hello again,

part 2 is the same as part 1, such a shame, must be great to have it! suppose you don’t have enough time to do everything, people told you already last (european)summer.
nevertheless, trillionfold thanks again
bise (abraço in french – not a “french kiss” that is with the tongue in the mouth..)
rob

zecalouro on Tuesday, 24 February, 2009
Hello Rob,

You are right, these files have the same MD5 HASH, they are equal.
I will try to see what I can make, but it should be next weekend.
Thanks once again.
Regards,
zeca

Profesor on Tuesday, 24 March, 2009
Part 2 is the same as the part 1. Still the same after months. Fix it please and thank you so much for your contribution to my pleasure offering access to this wonderful music.

Rob on Thursday, 09 July, 2009
Bom dia Zeca, in february you told you’d take care of part two, but it is till the same as part one. Are you too busy or did you lose it?
apart from that, once again muito, muitissimo obrigado,
rob

Hapi on Friday, 31 July, 2009
hello… hapi blogging… have a nice day! just visiting here….

Rob on Tuesday, 11 August, 2009
Finally you did it. Thanks a lot. It’s such a wonderful album.
Muito obrigado!



 





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segunda-feira, 8 de dezembro de 2014

Trio 3-D – Tema 3-D (1964)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 04 de novembro 2006.
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The last Festival da Balanca release was nice and useful to remember an important instrumental combom from the 60’s that did not have a single release at Loronix.
 
Conjunto 3D, is also known as Trio 3D. Conjunto 3-D – Tema 3-D (1964), for RCA is the debut LP, followed by Trio 3-D Convida and Muito na Onda, the last one with Eduardo Conde and Beth Carvalho on vocals.
 
Antonio Adolfo (piano) is Conjunto 3-D leader, listed on set of all three releases.
 
Tema 3-D, has Antonio Adolfo (piano and arrangements), Cacho (bass and vocals on tracks 04 and 10), Nelson (drums). Adittionaly Tema 3-D has Arisio (acoustic guitar), Claudio (piston on tracks 02, 04 and 09), Dom Um Romao (drums on tracks 01, 09, 10, 11 and 12).
A perfect cover and always welcomed Bossa Jazz classic for a great day closing.
 
Tracks include:
 
01 – Consolação (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Clouds (Durval Ferreira / Maurício Einhorn)
03 – Céu e Mar (Johnny Alf)
04 – O Amor Em Paz (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Samba do Bom (Oscar Castro Neves)
06 – Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 – Tema 3-d (Antônio Adolfo)
08 – Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
09 – Manhã Sem Você (Arisio / Luhli)
10 – Fly Me To The Moon (B. Howard)
11 – A Morte de Um Deus de Sal (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
12 – Berimbau (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
 
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Trio 3-D - O Trio 3-D Convida (1965)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 22 de novembro 2006.
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This record is really great, my only problem is the cover with these armed military men, but this is a minor issue. Just to remember, the first Trio 3-D release at Loronix was that one with the guys standing at the keyboard of a giant piano, all black with Trio 3-D on a yellow and very modern typeface. Actually, I'm never 100% happy.

Anyway, it is Trio 3-D, instrumental Bossa Jazz from the 60's with the LP Trio 3-D - O Trio 3-D Convida (1965), for RCA. Trio 3-D at this released is Antônio Adolfo (piano), Carlinhos Monjardin (bass) and Nelsinho (drums). But what make this LP different are the special guests Raul de Barros (trombone), Ed. Maciel (trombone), Paulo Moura (sax alto) and Meirelles (Sax tenor). The arrangements are from Trio 3-D leader, Antonio Adolfo, the exceptions are tracks 7 and 12, arranged by Eumir Deodato.


Tracks include:

01 - Água de Beber (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 - My Heart Stood Still (Lorenz Hart / Richard Rogers)
03 - Preciso Aprender a Ser Só (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
04 - Tamanco no Samba (Orlann Divo / Hélton Menezes)
05 - Reza (Edu Lobo / Ruy Guerra)
06 - Batucada Surgiu (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
07 - Só Tinha de Ser Com Você (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
08 - Minha Namorada (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 - Tema 3-d (Antônio Adolfo)
10 - Bye Bye Blackbird (Hay Anderson)
11 - O Passarinho (Chico Feitosa / Luis Fernando Freire)
12 - Peter Samba (Durval Ferreira / Maurício Einhorn


6 Comentários originais:

Anonymous on Thursday, 23 November, 2006
Thanks for posting this.
Track #1 seems to be unable to be unzipped without errors. Please repost this zip file when you have the chance.

Thank You!

Anonymous on Thursday, 23 November, 2006
sorry, this one won’t unzip for me. file decompression fails.
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zecalouro on Thursday, 23 November, 2006
Hi,

I think the problem is with Track 01 only. Ouch!
I cannot make a whole new package right now, only tomorrow morning. A replacement for track one is available, may you try it again?
Cheers, zecalouro

BRAGA on Thursday, 23 November, 2006
Excelente lançamento – um verdadeiro show de bossa nova – destaque para o Paulo Moura na faixa – PASSARINHO – e o Raulzinho na faixa BYE BYE BLCKBIRD
NELSINHO (BATERISTA) um show a parte.

pawlyshyn on Thursday, 23 November, 2006
I also can’t get the file to unzip — it stalls on track 1.

Jose Garcia on Saturday, 25 November, 2006
Excellent! One of the best albums from the golden era of instrumental Bossa Nova! Thank you very much.
Jose Garcia.







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segunda-feira, 1 de dezembro de 2014

Gene Ammons – Bad! Bossa Nova (1962)

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Eugene “Jug” Ammons (saxophonist) was born on April 14, 1925 in Chicago, Illinois and passed away on July 23, 1974 in Chicago, Illinois at the age of 49.

Ammons developed a playing style that was initially inspired by Lester Young. This style alternately featured strong powerful playing punctuated with sharp bursts or “honks” and low, deep notes while playing ballads. Ammons played a rich, soulful music overlaid with an aggressive attack – a style that moved him towards the outer edges of the bop tradition yet never quite slipped over into fully fledged soul or R&B. Ammons enjoyed considerable success thanks in part to his enthusiastic playing and the concurrent popularity of jazz soul music throughout the 60s.

Besides co-leading a two tenor group in the early ’50s with Sonny Stitt, Ammons worked as a single throughout his career, recording frequently in settings ranging from quartets and organ combos to all-star jam sessions. Drug problems kept him in prison during much of 1958-1960 and, due to a particularly stiff sentence, 1962-1969.

When Ammons returned to the scene in 1969, he opened up his style a bit, including some of the emotional cries of the avant-garde while utilizing funky rhythm sections, but he was still able to battle Sonny Stitt on his own terms. Ironically, the last song that he ever recorded (just a short time before he was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 1974) was “Goodbye.”
For more info: Gene Ammons http://www.geneammons.net/

Isto é Gene Ammons – Bad! bossa Nova (1962). Gravadora Prestige PRST 7257-A



Personnel
 
Gene Ammons
tenor saxophone
 
Hank Jones
piano
 
Kenny Burrell, Bucky Pizzarelli
guitar
 
Norman Edge
bass
 
Oliver Jackson
drums
 
Al Hayes
bongos

Tracklist:

1 Pagan Love Song
2 Ca'Purange (Jungle Soul)
3 Anna
4 Caé Caé
5 Moito Mato Grosso
6 Yellow Bird




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Joni James - Bossa Nova Style (1965)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 06 de março 2007.
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Here we go again with another release sponsored by Caetano Rodrigues, The Great. Caetano presents this time a female singer and I'm very confident that this post will be a treat for many Loronixers. It was a surprise to see the tremendous feedback given to Pat Thomas and I hope that Joni James hits the same honors gave by Loronixers to Pat Thomas. Let's check another Caetano's gem.

This is Joni James - Bossa Nova Style (1965), for MGM. Hearing Joni James, I sure that you will remember the anthological Julie is her Name, by Julie London. Joni James seems to be from the same school and her interpretation of Bossa Nova is really different. I like Joni James singing and this is a very pleasant LP. Thanks for this one Caetano.

Tracks include:

01 - Dindi
02 - I Could Have Danced All Night
03 - September Song
04 - My Foolish Heart
05 - I Wish You Love
06 - While We're Young
07 - I Understand
08 - The Girl from Ipanema
09 - Guilty
10 - Once I Loved
11 - My Romance
12 - You're Nearer

8 Comentários originais
 
the jazzman on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
Never even knew that Joni James made a Bossa album. Thanks Caetano.

Anonymous on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
I haven't heard Joni James ever before. I'm fascinated by her voice. Possible to post sth. else from Joni James? Hard to find sth. elswhere. Thanks.

bossanovadreamer on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
Really nice album- It is wonderful that Caetano shows us a mix of brazilian music recorderd in Brazil itself and albums recorderd outside of Brazil.
You learn every day new things.
how Zeca said "great Caetano"

Thomas on Thursday, 08 March, 2007
Very classy. I really appreciate your presentation of international bossa nova releases. I find an outsider's perspective on the genre fascinating, illuminating and, even sometimes, amusing. But always entertaining, never boring. Keep up the great work!
PS I would like to share my Isabelle Aubret, Helen Merrill, Morricone, Gimmicks etc files in the future.

zecalouro on Thursday, 08 March, 2007
Friends,
I'm happy that you were thrilled by Joni James. Each new international release from Caetano is also a treat to me. The challenge is to write info from artists and music that I'm not used.
Cheers, zeca

Anonymous on Sunday, 09 March, 2008
Zecalouro:
LLego a su página a través del link de Singin'&Swingin'. Es mediante la generosidad del Sr. Scarpia que tuve conocimiento acerca del Sr. Caetano y de Joni James. Reitero mi agradecimiento al Sr. Caetano y, en cuanto a Joni James, sigo creyendo que su naturalidad y frescura la hace una artista encantadora. Tiene un estilo muy suyo que, a mi parecer, la hace irrepetibe. Creo que eso es lo bello en ella. No imita a nadie ni pretende parecerse a ninguna otra cantante. Agradecida también a usted por publicar este disco.
Nina

zecalouro on Sunday, 09 March, 2008
Gracias por llegar a Loronix y por sus amables palabras sobre Joni James. Caetano y Scarpia son muy buenos amigos y sus amigos también son mis amigos. No dude en visitar nuestra comunidad en cualquier momento que desee y si necesita ayuda, por favor, mándame un email.
Saludos desde Brasil, zeca

Anonymous on Sunday, 09 March, 2008
Zecalouro:
Gracias por la gentileza que muestran sus palabras al recibirme. Estoy segura que el material contenido en esta página es de primera calidad, por lo que lo estaré visitándolo regularmente. Nuevamente agradecida. Saludos cordiales.
Nina


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quinta-feira, 27 de novembro de 2014

Coleman Hawkins - Desafinado Bossa (1962)

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Isto é Coleman Hawkins - Desafinado Coleman Hawkins plays Bossa Nova & Jazz Samba Gravadora Impulse AS-28


Personnel
 
Major Holley
Bass
 
Barry Galbraith, Howard Collins
Guitar
 
Eddie Locke, Tommy Flanagan, Willie Rodriguez
Percussion
 
Coleman Hawkins
Saxophone [Tenor]
 
Producer Bob Thiele

Tracklist:

1 Desafinado
2 I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover [Jazz Samba]
3 Samba Para Bean
4 I Remember You.
5 One Note Samba
6 O Pato (The Duck)
7 Abraco No Bonfa (An Embrace To Bonfa)
8 Stumpy Bossa Nova


http://martoni-formaeelenco.blogspot.nl/2014/05/foi-criado-o-grupo-radio-forma-elenco.html
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quarta-feira, 26 de novembro de 2014

Nick Ayoub - Bossa Nova Jazz Samba (1962)

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Incluida: Canadian Bossa Nova



Originalmente postado no Loronix em 29 de maio 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.

It was really a treat listening this album and also a little bit confusing. The main performer is Nick Ayoub, but at a first sight, it seems we have a record made by a duo, Rosita and Deno. The story is delicious and is all about a promotion, everyone who bought this album could take the back cover to one of Rosita and Deno dancing schools and claim 2 free Bossa Nova lessons. Fascinating. Buy the album, hear the music and get 2 free dancing classes with Rosita & Deno.

This is Nick Ayoub - Bossa Nova Jazz Samba (1962), for Trans Canada Music Company, a wonderful instrumental album featuring Niki Ayoube and his orchestra. Personnel is not credited but we have top-notch musicians at this set. The repertoire is also unusual with music that seems to be composed only for this album. I never danced in my life and if I were in Canada by that time, the story of my life could be different with Nick Ayoube and Rosita & Deno, only Caetano to bring such wonderful discoveries to Loronix.


Tracks include:

01 - Canadian Bossa Nova
02 - Prelude to Bossa Nova
03 - Nick's Nova
04 - Gella Nova
05 - New One
06 - Aureles
07 - Bossa Me
08 - Bossa Nova Orientale
09 - Bossa Sway
10 - Jazz me In
11 - Bossa Nova Nr. 12
12 - Samba Basque





http://martoni-formaeelenco.blogspot.nl/2014/05/foi-criado-o-grupo-radio-forma-elenco.html
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