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

quinta-feira, 20 de novembro de 2014

Eddie Harris – Bossa Nova (1963)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 06 de agosto 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.

Here we go with the International Bossa Nova, by Caetano Rodrigues. This is really the most exciting and unpredictable post of the day, which is not the case of this one, I’m sure this album will hit the ceiling making the happiness of several friends.
Let’s see another Caetano’s treasure.

This is Eddie Harris – Bossa Nova (1963), for Vee-Jey, featuring the sax tenor of Eddie Harris, the piano of Lalo Schifrin and many others.

This is not one of those warm albums released in response of the Bossa Nova boom in the early 60′s. It is music for grownups, which will take you by surprise, making you listening to it several times.

When the bossa nova wave came crashing through America, naturally the folks at VeeJay thought that their star saxophonist should give it a shot -- and this LP came and went with the tide. But far from being a casual response to a fad, this is a great record, one where Harris came to his own comfortable accomodation with the Brazilian idiom without the aid of a single Luiz Bonfa or A.C. Jobim standard. Harris not only retains his own sound, he leans pleasingly into the bossa groove with a lightness of tone and swing that rivals pack leader Stan Getz, and he even stretches out into feverish Coltrane territory in his solo on the ten-minute "Cev Y Mar." Credit a young neighborly Argentinian, the endlessly versatile Lalo Schifrin, for the solid piano work, half of the tunes, and the gritty group arrangements, but it is Eddie who comes up with the most beguiling composition, "Lolita Marie." Also guitarist Jimmy Raney checks in on a few tracks with some relaxed bop licks.
(The Definitive Guide to Jazz Music, page 555)


Eddie Harris
sax tenor

Lalo Schifrin
piano, arrangements

Chuck Lampkin

Jimmy Rainey

Jack Del Rio and Osvaldo Cigno

Art Davis

Tracks include:

01 – Mima
02 – Lolita Marie
03 – Cey y Mar
04 – Wispering Bossa Nova
05 – Samba pra Dos
06 – Teleco Teco

2 Comentários originais:

sulingman on Wednesday, 14 March, 2007
WHOA. Eddie Harris doing bossa nova?
Who’d a thunk it?

Jim R on Thursday, 15 March, 2007 Yes, very good album! I never had the LP, but this was released on CD under Lalo Schifrin’s name (titled “Bossa Nova Groove”) on the spanish label Ubatuqui. Another LP was also included on the CD, an Audio Fidelity LP titled “Bossa Nova- New Brazilian Jazz”.
Great band… Jimmy Raney is one of my heroes.

quarta-feira, 19 de novembro de 2014

Edgar Gianullo – O Assunto é Edgard (1964)



Originalmente postado no Loronix em 06 de agosto 2007. 
Comentários originais incluídos.

Hello, good evening! Great posts are scheduled for today, most of them instrumental albums, we had several albums with lyrics last week and it is now time to give another chance to instrumental music. The great Marcelo Munhoz, from the mighty Sambassonics is responsible for this great contribution, an album from an artist never released at Loronix that I was tracking down for months. Let’s see this nice pick from the wonderful Marcelo Munhoz LP collection.

This is Edgar Gianullo – O Assunto e Edgar (1964), for Farroupilha, the small but very influent Brazilian record label from the 60′s that always releases nice albums. O Assunto e Edgar is the first album by Edgar Gianullo, a Brazilian arranger and guitar player that we had the chance to see a couple of weeks ago performing with Mauricio Einhorn on a video. Tasso Bangel from Conjunto Farroupilha is behind the scenes as producer and personnel list is truly amazing.

Tracks include:


Edgar Gianullo


Capacete, Azeitona




Track List

01 – Balanco Zona Sul (Tito Madi)
02 – Incerteza (Tasso Bangel)
03 – Rio (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Boscoli)
04 – Lamentos do Morro (Garoto)
05 – Nana (Moacir Santos / Mario Telles)
06 – Corcovado (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
07 – Deus Brasileiro (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
08 – Favela (Heckel Tavares / Joracy Camargo)
09 – Amanha (Walter Santos)
10 – Primo (Edgar)
11 – Ela e Carioca (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
12 – Eco em Fuga (Ely Arcoverde)

0 Comentários originais:



terça-feira, 18 de novembro de 2014

Francis Hime – Sonho de Moço (1981)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 14 de setembro 2007. 
Comentários originais incluídos.

I like Francis Hime, although I’m not versed on his vast discography, being only a careful listener of the albums available at Loronix, Francis Hime – Francis Hime (1973), a masterpiece and Francis Hime – Se Porem Fosse Portanto (1978). Francis Hime is a gifted musician, arranger, composer and singer and uses to deliver all this elements on his albums, which is his strength.

This is Francis Hime – Sonho de Moco (1981), for Som Livre, featuring the very special guest Maria Hime, the vocal group Boca Livre and Milton Nascimento. Francis Hime debut LP is really hard to beat, but this one really worth the attention.

Personnel listing features a constellation of musicians, including Wilson das Neves, Jacques Morellenbaun, Nelson Angelo, Novelli, Chico Batera, Ed Maciel, Neco, Dino 7 Cordas, Formiga, Marcio Montarroyos, Maurilio da Silva Santos, Robertinho Silva, Oberdan, Luiz Alves, among many others. I’m asking the excellent
Discos do Brasil for help with personnel listing.

Tracks include:

01 – A Tarde (Francis Hime / Olivia Hime)
02 – Lua de Cetim (Francis Hime / Olivia Hime) - Maria Hime
03 – Patuscada (Francis Hime / Cacaso) - Boca Livre
04 – Luar (Francis Hime / Olivia Hime)
05 – Hora e Lugar (Francis Hime / Cacaso)
06 – Luis (Francis Hime / Nelson Ângelo)
07 – Homem Feito (Francis Hime / Milton Nascimento) - Milton Nascimento
08 – Amor Barato (Francis Hime / Chico Buarque)
09 – Doce Vida (Francis Hime / Toquinho)
10 – O Farol (Francis Hime / Milton Nascimento)
11 – Cachoeira (Francis Hime)
12 – Sonho de Moço (Francis Hime / Milton Nascimento)

3 Comentários originais:

asae said…
Maria Hime’s song is very very pretty!.Tanx a lot!
Saturday, 15 September, 2007

Anonymous said…
I’ve got a random comment and one random question. First, I knew very little about Brazilian music before stumbling onto your blog a few months ago. I’ve been an ardent follower ever since. You’ve introduced me to some beautiful new music and I’m much appreciative. Second, I was looking at Discos do Brasil and, just wondering, what is the song that plays as their website opens??
Saturday, 15 September, 2007

zecalouro said…
Thanks a lot. This is one of Loronix missions, to create new audience to Brazilian music.
The song that plays on Discos do Brasil opening is Alo Alo Marciano introduction by Elis Regina.
Cheers, zeca
Saturday, 15 September, 2007


Angela Maria e Waldir Calmon - Quando os Astros se Encontram (1958)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 16 de dezembro 2006.
Comentários originais incluídos.

I have been searching for LP since the first day of Loronix and now I'm very happy to make it available to my friends. It is all about two artists that I like very much and so different to each other in terms of style. Let's see how they perform together.

This is Angela Maria e Waldir Calmon - Quando os Astros se Encontram (1958), for Copacabana. You will find enclosed the back cover with some interesting information about how this LP was born. In summary, Waldir Calmon had a nightclub in Rio de Janeiro, the legendary Arpege. On a given day, Angela Maria went to Arpege and performed together with Waldir Calmon some tunes to an astonished audience. They were very famous by that time and I’m sure this meet was a great happening.
The idea of making a LP together came very soon and this is what is being presented here, Angela Maria singing with the accompaniment of Waldir Calmon e Seu Conjunto. This LP is the original 1958 issue and was found on a bad shape. You will hear some clicks, clacks and hisses as natural consequence of its 50 years of life, but I believe that it will not spoil the experience.

Tracks include:

01 - Na Baixa do Sapateiro
02 - Vamos Maria Vamos
03 - Brigas de Amor
04 - Flores Negras
05 - Baiao Diferente
06 - La Leyenda de Beso
07 - Pra Fazer Nosso Samba
08 - Risque
09 - Havana So
10 - O Samba e o Tango (Chegou a Hora)
11 - Travesso
12 - Babalu

3 Reply to "Angela Maria e Waldir Calmon - Quando os Astros se Encontram (1958)"

Hideste on Friday, 15 June, 2007
Zeca, o link já era. Como ninguém comentou esse disco, talvez não tenha obtido muito ibope...infelizmente.

padua on Saturday, 28 February, 2009
Infelizmente não ouvi a música 'RISQUE". Não é faixa 7 nem 8. Baixar tudo, uma a uma, desconectando antes de cada uma, etc, etc, é uma dose não muuito moderna.

zecalouro on Saturday, 28 February, 2009
Prezado Pádua,
Infelizmente não tenho recursos para deixar as músicas livremente à disposição. Considere que ainda assim, isso é uma grande alternativa, especialmente para quem tem uma conta de acesso ao Rapidshare.
Mas falando nisso, não entendi direito o seu problema com a música Risque?
Abraços, zeca


segunda-feira, 17 de novembro de 2014

Charlie Rouse - Bossa Nova Bacchanal (1963)



Charlie Rouse from 1959 to 1970 is on the perform in the Thelonious Monk quartet, he make about the saxophone performance inquire, but 1962 at that time this record is recorded he was the still one member.

Around end of 50 age the Bossa Nova which starts in Brazil sparked to America, to beginning this year the album "Jazz Samba" the guitar player Charlie Bird and Stan Getz of the same tenor player was awarded Grammy Award, reached the point where many jazz men pick up Bossa Nova, but from former times there was an interest in Latin music, also Charlie Rouse at the time of the production of this record, feeling of pure jazz is gathered in Bossa Nova, that melodious adlib has colored the numbers of the Bossa Nova famous music vividly. In addition there are some whose also it is very much interesting for kingcraft label "Blue Note" of jazz to pick up Bossa Nova. Even in the Bossa Nova record of many jazz as for this record is not to be able to call the optimum masterpiece, probably will be? Excelent disk of the jazz bossa nova where it is bright, pleasant and hides "Bossa Nova Bacchanal" until heart it goes, please enjoy.

Isto é Bossa Nova Bacchanal : Charlie Rouse (1962) for Blue Note (4119)


Charlie Rouse
tenor sax
Kenny Burrell
Chauncey "Lord" Westbrook
Lawrence Gales
Willie Bobo
Potato Valdez
Garvin Masseaux


1 Back to the Tropics ( Whipper )
2 Aconteceu ( Lincoln - Cezar )
3 Velhos Tempos ( Luiz Bonfa )
4 Samba de Orfeu ( Luiz Bonfa )
5 Un Dia ( Rouse - Benskina )
6 Meci Bon Dieu ( Frantz Casseus )
7 In Martinique ( Belasco - Whipper )
8 One for Five (Charlie Rouse)*

* Bonustrack



quinta-feira, 13 de novembro de 2014

Chico Buarque de Hollanda – Compacto Duplo (1967)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 21 de março 2008. 
Comentários originais incluídos.

I think this is another great finding sponsored by my mother, who brought this compacto duplo (EP) in her last contribution to our community. I could not find this little record listed in any discography checked and I believe he brings something never released on regular Chico Buarque albums, which is the recording of of Roda Viva, featuring the vocal group MPB-4 in the III Festival da Musica Popular Brasileira in 1967.

My memory has not been very good recently, but I remember someone asking for this tune.
Let’s see.

This is Chico Buarque de Hollanda – Compacto Duplo (1967), for RGE, featuring the participation of MPB-4 at Roda Viva in III Festival da Musica Popular Brasileira and Carolina, taken from the II Festival Internacional da Canção, Rio de Janeiro. This cover artwork alone worth the admission of this nice album. I would like to say thanks to everybody and give my apologies for the recent outages at Loronix, my work on these issues are not finished and probably we will have a better and fast website as soon as the situation gets back to normal.

Tracks include:

01 – Roda Viva (Chico Buarque) with MPB-4 at II Festival da Musica Popular Brasileira
02 – A Televisão (Chico Buarque)
03 – Carolina (Chico Buarque) at II Festival Internacional da Cancao
04 – Um Chorinho (Chico Buarque)

1 Comentários originais:

AdHoc said…
As gravações de “A Televisão” e “Um Chorinho” foram tiradas do LP “Chico Buarque de Hollanda volume 2″ (1967). Quanto a “Carolina” e “Roda Viva”, as mesmas gravações foram incluídas um ano depois no LP “Chico Buarque de Hollanda volume 3″ (1968). Os três primeiros LPs do Chico, originalmente lançados pela RGE, foram relançados em CD em versão remasterizada em 2006 pela SOM LIVRE. Acho que continuam no mercado.
Friday, 21 March, 2008


quarta-feira, 12 de novembro de 2014

Neco e o Seu Violão - Coquetel Bossa Nova (1963)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 07 de março 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.

It was very hard to decide the end post of the day. I was on a conflict between two other choices, but when it comes to my attention that Caetano sent to us an additional Neco LP, the decision was taken on less then a second. Jean Yves (Jean do Trombone) will be very pleased to see Neco when he wakes up in the morning. Jean is a great friend of our community and had the chance to play and have a friendship with Neco. Jean said that besides being a unique guitarist, Neco is also a great human being. Thanks Caetano for the chance to present to Loronixers these really hard to find Neco solo releases.

This is Neco - Coquetel Bossa Nova (1963), for CBS. The first Neco solo album, although some reviewers takes Coquetel Bossa Nova as the second Neco album, taking the first as Samba Nova Concepcao (1963), widely associated as an Eumir Deodato LP. I need more clarification on this subject, share your thoughts at comments section,

Tracks include:

01 - Jogado Fora (João Mello)
02 - Você (Rildo Hora / Clóvis Mello)
03 - Está Nascendo Um Samba (Tito Madi / Romeo Nunes)
04 - Se Chegou Assim (Othon Russo / Newton Ramalho)
05 - Ah Se Eu Pudesse (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
06 - Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
07 - Nós e o Mar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
08 - Com o Amor Não Se Brinca (Romeo Nunes / Carlito)
09 - Tem Dó (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
10 - A Mesma Rosa Amarela (Capiba / Carlos Penna Filho)
11 - Triteza e Solidão (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
12 - Sorriu Pra Mim (Garoto / Luis Cláudio)

5 Reply to "Neco e o Seu Violao - Coquetel Bossa Nova (1963)"

frank-oliver on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
This LP was arranged and conducted by Astor. Interesting is the fact, that on many tracks Astor used the same arrangements he made for the Tito Madi LP "Amor e paz" (CBS 4021) on which Neco`s guitar is also heavily featured. When you compare the tracks it sounds like the same session, only Neco`s guitar is heard instead of Tito Madi`s singing.

zecalouro on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
How are you friend?
According with Sombras ( it is the same studio set tape, same session. I don't know which one was released first.
Cheers, zeca

bossanovadreamer on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
Hello Zeca Hello Caetano,
I just had a call with Frank-Oliver.
He told he wrote a comment to this Necoalbum and the orchesterthing between this Neco and this Tito Madi album "Amor em paz" which I posted long ago on my bossanovadreamer blog- Actually it is out of time on my blog . But If all goes good I will send this night to Zeca and we will have a wonderful re-post so all Loronixers can compare both albums-
really fine.
Best wishes

Marcelo Terça-Nada on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
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Hideste on Wednesday, 07 March, 2007
You can't just imagine how long I was looking for this record. THANK YOU ! I love Neco and his guitar. Meanwhile, I do have "Samba Nova Concepção" and it is indeed credited to Deodato (Os Catedráticos). But said this is a mistake. In fact, if we compare this record with others' Catedráticos, it is easy to note the difference, so I agree with Sombras.
Cheers, all the best ! (for you and Caetano !)


Neco’s Guitar And The Ipanema Strings – Velvet Bossa Nova (1966)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 11 de novembro 2006.
Comentários originais incluídos.

Here is the first Neco LP at Loronix. Neco is a Brazilian guitarist well known as the guitar player of the anthological album Os Ipanemas (1966). Neco is noted by his right hand with a strong sense of rhythm. He has participated on several recording sessions for many record labels along his career. Being also an arranger and composer, Neco released his first LP in 1963, Samba Nova Concepcao, being in charge of arrangements and orchestra.

This is the second solo LP, Neco’s Guitar And The Ipanema Strings – Velvet Bossa Nova (1966), for London, with classic Bossa Nova tunes and arranged by Nelsinho do Trombone, considered by many as an instrumental masterpiece LP from the 60’s. It is now times to Loronixers check the celebrated Velvet Bossa Nova.

Tracks include:

01 – Minha Namorada (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Insensatez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – Saudade da Bahia (Dorival Caymmi)
04 – A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
05 – Água de Beber (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
06 – Manhã de Carnaval (Luis Bonfá / Antônio Maria)
07 – Chuva (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)
08 – Chove La Fora (Tito Madi)
09 – Maria Ninguém (Carlos Lyra)
10 – Preciso Aprender a Ser Só (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
11 – Reza (Edu Lobo / Ruy Guerra)
12 – Meditação (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)

6 Comentários originais:

Anonymous on Friday, 17 November, 2006
thanks for this one!!! BEEN LOOKING FOR IT CHEERS

Anonymous on Friday, 06 June, 2008
Zeca, com é possível… Há coisas que eu em verdade não entendo… Um disco tão belo e só ter um comentário!!!! A forma “apretadita” que tem de tocar é pouco usual e muito bom. Eu escutei a Neco em a compilação do Sr. Caetano pero não crei que fosse tão, tão bom. Demais está dizer que os arranjos são espectaculares. Adivinhe que arquivos vou a começar a baixar amanhã:) Abraços,

Anonymous on Saturday, 07 June, 2008
Sr. Zeca, he estado escutando muito atentamente esta gravação e, com toda a formalidade que este caso requer, tenho que dizer-lhe que este disco não é que é bom, não… é que é muitissisíssimo melhor que bom!!! É uma pequena predra preciosa (você decide qual, mas de que é preciosa, é preciosa e de isso não há dúvida). É muito grato apreciar que tal como não existe nenhum gap entre a orquestra e a guitarra, ela tampouco fica solapa enaltecendo assim a nobreza de seu som. Não é somente pelos arranjos o a interpretação, o pela forma tão própia que Neco tem de tocar (ej: precisão em os tempos, forma em como apoia as notas e esse “apretadito” que a mim me parece tão bom). É em todo seu contexto que este disco é muito singular e muito formoso. Zeca, em verdade que você aqui tem um belo, belo tesoro. Um grande abraço,


Anonymous on Tuesday, 10 June, 2008
Zeca, eu tenho que pedir muitas desculpas a você e a todos os Loronixers por minha equivocação em o uso do término “guitarra”. Recém acabei de ler o comentario de Luiz de Oliveira em o post “Special Post: Tuca” e ali ele explica que o término “guitarra” é utilizado por vocês quando a guitarra é eléctrica e “violão” quando se refere à guitarra acústica. Eu pensei que ambos términos eran de uso indistinto, pelo qual eu peço a vocês que em qualquer de meus escritos onde diz “guitarra” por favor ler “violão” e a Luiz de Oliveira eu lhe agradeço muito por sua pequena explicação pero que para mim foi muito importante e de muita ajuda.

Zeca, um grande abraço e uma vez mais por favor desculpame.

zecalouro on Tuesday, 10 June, 2008
Nina, tudo bem?

Imagine, você não deve desculpas. Ao contrário, merece meus agradecimentos pela ativa participação nos comentários. Você está de parabéns.
É sempre uma grande confusão em torno do violão. O Brasil talvez seja o único país que tem um nome exclusivo para o instrumento, o mais brasileiro de todos os instrumentos.
Acho importante que todos saibam que acoustic guitar é apenas violão aqui no Brasil, por isso, é um dos instrumentos que faço questão de manter em Português. Obrigado.
Abraços, zeca.

Daniel on Sunday, 17 May, 2009
Zeca, gostaria de parabenizá-lo pelo blog que achei enquanto procurava a capa de um disco.
Fico muito feliz em ver que há pessoas que valorizam a arte brasileira que se perdeu no tempo. A arte que foi camuflada pelos dias de hoje e sua cultura altamente comercial e apelativa.

Albuns lindos e excepcionais, valorizando a arte brasileira como deve ser.
Um forte abraço e muito obrigado,Daniel

Neco – Samba e Violão (1967)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 11 de novembro 2006.
Comentários originais incluídos.

t has been three months since the first Neco LP made available to Loronixers and this one provided by Caetano Rodrigues. I kept an eye during these 90 days on old vinyl stores, auction sites and virtual communities to gather another out of print Neco LP.

I’m very happy with this sharing and probably many friends. Thanks also to Jean Yves (Jean do Trombone) for his very gentle comments at the shout box asking for Neco LPs with passion, living far from Brazil in France, this release should be special to Jean Yves. I understand this kind of feeling and Caetano either and that is the magic of our community, the celebration of the music from Brazil.

This is Neco – Samba e Violao (1967), for London. If you got amazed with the earlier released Velvet Bossa Nova, get yourself ready to be paralyzed by this one, a nice violao instrumental album that will make the day of several friends, specially the musicians from Brazil. This country has a unique violao tradition, an instrument loved by every musician.

Tracks include:

01 – Upa Neguinho (Edu Lobo / Gianfrancesco Guarnieri)
02 – Agora É Cinza (Alcebíades Barcelos “Bide” / Armando “Marçal”)
03 – Opinião (Zé Keti)
04 – Disparada (Geraldo Vandré / Theo de Barros)
05 – Olê Olá (Chico Buarque)
06 – Não Tenho Lágrimas (Milton de Oliveira / Max Bulhões)
07 – Apelo (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Não Me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luis Soberano / João Correia da Silva)
09 – Doralice (Antônio Almeida / Dorival Caymmi)
10 – O Morro Não Tem Vez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
11 – Samba do Avião (Tom Jobim)
12 – Só Tinha de Ser Com Você (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)


2 Comentários originais:

bossanovadreamer on Sunday, 25 February, 2007
What a great album of one of the best brazilian bossaguitarists Caetano shows us here. It is unbelievable how Neco plays here the guitar – I understand where the (as I heard about) very quiet Neco gives all his energy- in beautiful guitar playing-thank you so much for this Neco !!!

Hideste on Monday, 26 February, 2007
Grande Zeca !
Há tempos não me manifesto, só “zapeio” os posts. Muito bom o Neco, esse cara é sensacional e eu ainda não conhecia o “Samba e Violao”. Muito obrigado !

Neco - Samba e Violao Vol. 2 (1968)


Originalmente postado no Loronix em 07 de abril 2007.

I do not have a clue of what zecalouro is planning as the last post and I hope he makes the right choice, at least picking up a nice cover such like this one and the last one with the girl in front of a yellow background. Today seems to be the "beautiful cover" day at Loronix.

When I made available the first record of this wonderful Brazilian guitar player I would never realize that we would make three additional releases, all provided by Caetano Rodrigues, which I say thanks for sharing this rare Neco LPs.

This is Neco - Samba e Violao Vol. 2 (1968), for London. Little is known about this album, the back cover has just the same black and white picture of front cover with track list. What is known is Caetano's and zecalouro's opinion, which are both very positive with zeca saying that among the four Neco LPs he have heard, this is the best one. This is a very hard to find and an excellent album; we should thanks Caetano for making it available to our community on a really nice quality.

Tracks include:

01 - Andança (Danilo Caymmi / Edmundo Souto / Paulinho Tapajós)
02 - É Preciso Cantar (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
03 - Sabiá (Tom Jobim / Chico Buarque)
04 - Você Passa e Eu Acho Graça (Carlos Imperial / Ataulfo Alves)
05 - Despedida de Mangueira (Benedito Lacerda / Aldo Cabral)
06 - Canção do Amanhecer (Edu Lobo / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 - O Cantador (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta)
08 - Sonho de Lugar (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
09 - Helena Helena Helena (Alberto Land)
10 - Implorar (Kid Pepe / Germano Augusto / Gaspar)
11 - Retrato Em Branco e Preto (Tom Jobim / Chico Buarque)
12 - Chorinho A (Neco)

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