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

sexta-feira, 24 de outubro de 2014

Samba 5 - Moderninho (1970)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 07 de abril 2007.
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Hello, Good Evening! I was checking the last five days and without knowing all first posts made were from obscure artists and the hard to find albums. 
This time I decided to make a test drive with some Loronixers that are also vinyl collectors and none of the friends had seen this group and this album before. Let's keep the pace and show Loronixers another Marcelo "Sambasonics" Munhoz contribution that probably you never heard about.

This is Samba 5 - Moderninho (1970), for Tropicana. Little is known about Samba 5, probably a quintet that released only this LP for the label Tropicana. Personnel is also unknown and it seems to be recorded by known musicians, the drummer plays very nice and the record was mixed to highlight his work. Thanks for another one, Marcelo.

Martoni (12-04-2014): graças a cantora Marcia Calmon temos agora mais detales sobre Samba 5.

Marcia Calmon:
Oi, tenho aqui do meu lado o responsável pelos arranjos e sax do disco "Samba 5 - Moderninho". Era mesmo um quinteto e os músicos que participaram da gravação são:


Tranka Oliveira
Sax e arranjos

Totó
baixo

Jota Jr.
piano

Írio de Paula
guitarra

Tatá
bateria



Tracks include:

01 - Wave (Tom Jobim)
02 - Januária (Chico Buarque)
03 - Aos Pés da Cruz (Marino Pinto / Zé da Silva)
04 - Mudando de Conversa (Hermínio Bello de Carvalho / Maurício Tapajós)
05 - Você Passa Eu Acho Graça (Ataulfo Alves / Carlos Imperial)
06 - Keep Talking (Donato / Crystal)
07 - Bom Tempo (Chico Buarque)
08 - Lapinha (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
09 - Pra Machucar Meu Coração (Ary Barroso)
10 - Sá Marina (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)
11 - Roda (Gilberto Gil / João Augusto)
12 - Bye Bye (Carlos Imperial / Jorge Roberto)

3 Reply to "Samba 5 - Moderninho (1970)"

bossanovadreamer on Friday, 06 April, 2007
Hello Zeca,
I am really surprised with this album-it is nice and makes good feelings- drummer plays really fine-
a big thank you to thr green parrot
Best wishes

Marcelo "Sambasonics" Munhoz on Friday, 06 April, 2007
Legal Louro!
Como já disse, me sinto na obrigação de contribuir!
grande abraço!
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quinta-feira, 23 de outubro de 2014

Conjunto de Jazz Bossa Nova – Brasil Bossa Nova (1963)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 03 de Janeiro 2008.
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I thought I knew everything about Bossa Nova discography after managing Loronix albums for more than a year. Unfortunately, when you have a collector such like Caetano Rodrigues on your side, it is silly to think you know everything. Caetano has a strange relationship with his collection, he loves his albums, keeping everything organized by sections in his place, which is such like a record store of our dreams, but he thinks that everybody has the music he only has. I got amazed with this album, which I did not have idea that exists, and Caetano got amazed to know that I don’t have it.

You will understand what I’m saying with the last post tonight, which will be one of the greatest albums available at Loronix, and in spite of Caetano thinks that everybody has it, I’m quite sure that nobody had the chance to know. Such like this one.

This is Conjunto de Jazz Bossa Nova – Brasil Bossa Nova (1963), for RCA Victor, featuring a quintet of bass, flute, violao, drums, sax and trombone. Personnel listing is partially identified and Caetano should be pleased if our community identifies the remaining musicians. 


Brasil Bossa Nova is a great Samba Jazz session, so far one of the greatest releases in the style at Loronix. Thanks Caetano.


Personnel

Jorginho
(flute, sax)

Neco
(violao)

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(bass)

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(drums)

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(trombone)



Track List


01 – Meditação (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
02 – O Amor e a Rosa (Pernambuco / Antônio Maria)
03 – Gostar de Alguém (Zaccarias / Antônio Maria)
04 – Chora Tua Tristeza (Oscar Castro Neves / Luvercy Fiorini)
05 – O Pato (Jaime Silva / Neusa Teixeira)
06 – Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
07 – Tema Pra Dedé (Nelsinho)
08 – Discussão (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)


4 Comentários originais:

frank-oliver said…
I think , the trombone player is Nelsinho, who composed also one
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Friday, 04 January, 2008

bossanovadreamer said…
Yes- this album is great. I had the lucky chance to hear it before ca. 1 year ago and Caetano will be wondererd where I got ,I think- I got it from the grande Duane- a great friend of Caetano and also me. It is fine to know now 2 musicians but I have also no idea of the others.

Best wishes
Friday, 04 January, 2008

bjbear71 said…
It amuses me how RCA Victor tried to make this cover look almost like a Verve cover from the same era…

Friday, 04 January, 2008

Peter said…
zeca – this is such a great LP, Im so glad you posted it up.

- Sabadabada
Friday, 04 January, 2008




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quarta-feira, 22 de outubro de 2014

Orquestra Armorial de Camera – Gavião (1976)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 06 de dezembro 2007.
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A very good friend recently recommended this orchestra and I cannot believe that I could live without. Orquestra Armorial de Camara was nested inside Movimento Armorial, created at Northeast region by Ariano Suassuna and Cussy de Almeida, which is the leader of Orquestra Armorial.

The movement was created with the orchestra in 1970 and Continental recorded the first album in 1975. Orquestra Armorial is acclaimed worldwide and it is very connected with the Northeast culture and something really unique, different from everything that you heard before at Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Orquestra Armorial de Camera – Gaviao (1976), for Continental, the third out of four albums released in a short period of five years, from 1975 to 1979. I’m really excited with this album and I could not make a satisfactory research on the orchestra and Cussy de Almeida. This should not be a major concern since Loronixers are invited to append additional information at comments section.


Tracks include:


Personnel

Ricardo Bussi Lasa, Birgitta fassi Fihri, Elias Benjamin Wolkoff, Reinaldo Couto, Chantal Bargas Maurer, Cristina Bussi Lasa, Samuel Gegna
(violins)

Matthias Maurer, Allen Frank Musick
(violas)

Thomas Maurer, Maria do Socorro Monteiro Johnson
(cellos)

Silvio Araujo Coelho
(bass)

Jose Tavares do Amorim, Ivanildo Maciel da Silveira
(flutes)

Jose Xavier da Silva, Antonio Revoredo, Geraldo Fernandes Leite, Cussy de Almeida
(violin, direction)

Sergio Assad
(violao)


Track List

01 - Gavião (Cussy de Almeida) – Cenas I e II vôo e a caça
02 - Zabumba de Alegria (Jarbas Maciel)
03 - Dueto Característico (No Estilo Nordestino) (Guerra Peixe) Allegro Moderato Andantino Allegro comodo
04 - Romance de Cavalhada (Cussy de Almeida)
05 - Aboio Esporiado (José Tavares de Amorim)
06 - Santa Cruz do Capibaribe (Jarbas Maciel)
07 - Cantando Viola (José Tavares de Amorim)
08 - Chegança (Benny Wolkoff)


3 Comentários originais:

fmb said…Alô, me surpreende que você não conheça o Quinteto Armorial. Ou conhece? Porque acho que se você gostou da orquestra, vai gostar ainda mais do Quinteto. Se quiser, posso disponibilizar os discos.
Um abraço!
Friday, 07 December, 2007

aneopa said…Muitíssimo Obrigado pelo lançamento!!!
Aliás, obrigado por todo o site que eu só conheço agora. Aproveitando a viagem peço ao amigo fmb aí encima que lance os discos do Quinteto Armorial, em flac POR FAVOR!!!
Um grande abraço!
Friday, 07 December, 2007

Dlanod said
This is fantastic! I have been looking for this album in a digital format for over twenty years. I received this album along with two other Orquestra Armorial de Camera albums as part of a São Paulo Rotary Club anniversary package when I was an exchange student. I loved the music, but ultimately wore out the poor grade vinyl. I hope you have access to the other discs in this series. Kepp those flac files coming! Thanks.
Saturday, 08 December, 2007



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sexta-feira, 17 de outubro de 2014

Pedrinho Mattar - Um Show de Mattar (1971)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 27 de maio 2007.
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This album was on my wanting list for another purpose, to address a request of Juliana, a personal friend that is absolutely crazy for Pedrinho Mattar in all phases. I finally got it this week and decided to hear before giving it to her. That's the story behind this post, Juliana agreed to show it to Loronixers and said to mention her name. Thanks Juliana!

This is Pedrinho Mattar - Um Show de Mattar (1971), for Copacabana, featuring Mauricio Einhorn (harmonica), Tita (vocal on track 03), Coral de Joab, Pedrinho Mattar (piano) and Moacyr Silva as producer and coordinator. Um Show de Mattar is a transitional album between the Samba Jazz works from the 60's and the piano virtuoso years, it is easy to identify both phases throughout the tracks. Mauricio Einhorn delivers a solid harmonica playing, especially on track 02 - Conversa de Botequim.


Tracks include:

01 - Darling Lili (J. Mercer / Henry Mancini)
02 - Conversa de Botequim (Noel Rosa / Vadico)
03 - Nirvana (Tita) with TITA
04 - Tu Mi Delirio (C. Portillo de La Luz)
05 - Sex-appeal (Fred Falcão / Arnoldo Medeiros)
06 - What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life (Michel Legrand / A. Bergman / M. Bergman)
07 - Tenebroso (Ernesto Nazareth)
08 - Anônimo Veneziano (S. Cipriani)
09 - Depois do Carnaval (Marilena Amaral / Sebastião Tapajós)
10 - Theme From Love Story (F. Lai / C. Sigman)
11 - Lúcia Esparadrapo (Antônio Carlos Marques / Jocafi / I. Tavares)
12 - Vim (Eduardo Souto Neto / Sergio Bittencourt)


2 Reply to "Pedrinho Mattar - Um Show de Mattar (1971)"


Andrea on Saturday, 26 May, 2007WOW! Este disco deve ser maravilhoso!
O Pedrinho novinho interpretando dois de meus compositores favortitos, Mercer e Legrand. Boa pedida para o findi.
Obrigada a Juliana por ter pedido e a vc Zeca, por mais esse presentão.
Beijos pros dois.


Anonymous on Thursday, 25 June, 2009
A faixa Theme from Love Story tem um pulado feio nos últimos segundos.

É possível corrigir?


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segunda-feira, 13 de outubro de 2014

Barney Kessel Plus Big Band - Bossa Nova (1961)

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Isto é Barney Kessel Plus Big Band - Bossa Nova (1961) da gravadora Reprise Records, R9-6049.


     Ruy Castro conta no seu livro Chega de Saudades que o ‘Menescal passava horas escutando o disco Julie is Here Name. Não por causa da voz de cama da cantora Julie London e do seu luxuriante decote na capa, mas pelo acompanhamento do violão de Barney Kessel.’





"It has been my desire to create a new sound which people will want to hear over and over, a sound which they will be able to understand immediately and to which they will be unable to resist dancing – with or without partner" writes renowned Jazz guitarist Barney Kessel (1921–2004) himself in the liner notes of his album Bossa Nova, released in 1961 on Reprise Records.

Tracks:

01 Love for Sale
02 A Strings of Pearls
03 They Can't Take That Away From Me
04 Summertime
05 You Came a Long Way from St. Louis
06 Muskrat Ramble
07 Heartaches
08 It Ain't Necessarily So
09 Ja-Da
10 Sweet Georgia Brown
11 Tumbling Tumbleweeds
12 Bye Bye Blues


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quarta-feira, 8 de outubro de 2014

Stan Kenton - Artistry in Bossa Nova (1963)

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Saudades de Carlos Braga
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Stan Kenton

A banda de Stan Kenton foi uma das minhas primeiras paixões. Depois de ouvi-la pela primeira vez, aos 14 anos de idade, todas as demais orquestras passaram para um plano secundário na minha preferência. Aquela sonoridade incrível, moderna, as dissonâncias, as tensões, os arranjos completamente diferentes dos padrões vigentes, mudaram a minha vida. (Aliás, não só a minha, mas de gente muito importante, como JOÃO DONATO, pra citar apenas um dos maiores "kentomaníacos").

CB





STAN KENTON

Stanley Newcomb Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was a pianist who led a highly innovative, influential, and often controversial American jazz orchestra. Stan Kenton was born in Wichita, Kansas, and raised first in Colorado and then in California. He learned piano as a child, and while still a teenager toured with various bands. In June 1941 he formed his own band, which developed into one of the best-known West Coast ensembles of the Forties. Kenton played in the 1930's in the dance bands of Vido Musso and Gus Arnheim, but his natural inclination was as a band leader. As a competent pianist, influenced by Earl Hines, Kenton was much more important in the early days as an arranger and inspiration for his loyal sidemen. Its soloists during the war years included Art Pepper, briefly Stan Getz, altoist Boots Mussulli, and singer Anita O'Day. By 1945 the band had evolved quite a bit.
Pete Rugolo became the chief arranger (extending Kenton's ideas), Bob Cooper and Vido Musso offered very different tenor styles, and June Christy was Kenton's new singer; her hits (including "Tampico" and "Across the Alley From the Alamo") made it possible for Kenton to finance his more ambitious projects. A popular recording of "Laura" was made, the theme song from the film Laura (starring actress Gene Tierney), and featured the voices of the band. Calling his music "progressive jazz," Kenton sought to lead a concert orchestra as opposed to a dance band at a time when most big bands were starting to break up. In 1949 Kenton took a year off. In 1950 he put together his most advanced band, the 39-piece Innovations in Modern Music Orchestra that included 16 strings, a woodwind section, and two French horns. Its music ranged from the unique and very dense modern classical charts of Bob Graettinger to works that somehow swung despite the weight. Such major players as Maynard Ferguson (whose high-note acrobatics set new standards), Shorty Rogers, Milt Bernhart, John Graas, Art Pepper, Bud Shank, Bob Cooper, Laurindo Almeida, Shelly Manne, and June Christy were part of this remarkable project, but from a commercial standpoint, it was really impossible. Kenton managed two tours during 1950-1951 but soon reverted to his usual 19-piece lineup. 


Then quite unexpectedly, Kenton went through a swinging period. The charts of such arrangers as Shorty Rogers, Gerry Mulligan, Lennie Niehaus, Marty Paich, Johnny Richards, and particularly Bill Holman and Bill Russo began to dominate the repertoire. Such talented players (in addition to the ones already named) as Lee Konitz, Conte Candoli, Sal Salvador, Stan Levey, Frank Rosolino, Richie Kamuca, Zoot Sims, Sam Noto, Bill Perkins, Charlie Mariano, Mel Lewis, Pete Candoli, Lucky Thompson, Carl Fontana, Pepper Adams, and Jack Sheldon made strong contributions. The music was never predictable and could get quite bombastic, but it managed to swing while still keeping the Kenton sound.


Kenton's last successful experiment was his mellophonium band of 1960-1963. Despite the difficulties in keeping the four mellophoniums (Gene Roland, Joe Burnett, Bill Horan and Tom Wirtel et al. which formed their own separate section) in tune, this particular Kenton orchestra had its exciting moments. 
Kenton was a salient figure on the American musical scene and made an indelible mark on the arranged type of big band jazz. Kenton's music evolved with the times throughout the 1960s and 70s. He promoted jazz and jazz improvisation through his service as an educator. The "Kenton Style" continues to permeate big bands at the high school and collegiate level, and the framework he designed for the "jazz clinic" is still widely in use today. His music has experienced a resurgence in interest, with later critical "rediscovery" of his music and many reissues of his recordings. Kenton continued leading and touring with his big band up to his final performance in August, 1979, a week before he suffered a stroke while on tour in Reading, PA. Kenton did not recover and passed away on August 25, 1979.
(Source: Wikipedia, edited by CB)
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 ALBUM REVIEW
This LP features the Stan Kenton Orchestra (during the period when it had a mellophonium section) performing some of its familiar standards and a few newer songs with a light Brazilian rhythm provided by percussionists Frank Guerrero and Milt Holland (Larry Bunker fills in for Holland on three songs). Although one might consider this project to be an example of Kenton jumping on the bandwagon (since the bossa nova fad was at its peak at the time), the music is quite enjoyable. Kenton on piano is the main soloist throughout, with Conte Candoli having a couple solos on trumpet and high-note trumpeter Bud Brisbois getting a few spots. Kenton's "Brasilia" is a charming piece deserving to be revived. Otherwise, it is interesting to hear such songs as "Interlude," "Concerto to End All Concertos," "Eager Beaver," and even "Artistry in Rhythm" in this setting.
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 MINHA OPINIÃO - este álbum foi gravado na leva da "bossa-nova-craze" nos USA, quando TODO MUNDO gravou um álbum com a novidade. Como sempre, diferente em tudo, Kenton não se abasteceu dos standards da bossa, preferindo gravar suas próprias, personalíssimas e instigantes composições. Uma delas, a belíssima OPUS IN CHARTREUSE, segundo as más línguas, inspirou a futura composição de Roberto Menescal e Chico Buarque, "Bye, bye Brasil". (Pessoalmente, acho essa afirmativa uma
maldade, apesar da grande semelhança das frases iniciais). As formações orquestrais de Kenton eram uma verdadeira academia, por onde passaram os maiores músicos e arranjadores do "west-coast-jazz". Os arranjos como sempre, brilhantes; o único senão é o canhestro ritmo de bossa-nova, que os americanos levaram anos para assimilar e que transformava tudo em rumba...Apesar disso: BELEZA PURA!

(*)Essa coisa de coicidências musicais, por culpa do insconsciente , é comum. Certa vez eu "compus" uma música linda. Corri prá mostrar pro Raymundo Bittencourt que ouviu atenciosamente e, no final, mandou: "Ficou bonito esse arranjo de SERENADE IN BLUE." Acontece...

Carlos Braga
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Stan Kenton: Artistry in Bossa Nova
Release Date: Apr 17, 1963
Label: Creative World

Tracks:

01 Artistry in Rhythm
02 Opus in Chartreuse
03 Interlude
04 Kentonova
05 Eager Beaver
06 Concerto
07 Brasilia
08 Painted Rhythm
09 Opus in Pastels
10 Jump for Joe
11 Loco-Nova
12 Artistry in Bossa Nova
 




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domingo, 5 de outubro de 2014

V.A. – Folclore e Bossa Nova do Brasil (1966)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 12 de outubro 2007.
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Isto é: V.A. – Folclore e Bossa Nova do Brasil (1966) da gravadora Saba, 15 102 ST.

O documentário "Folklore e Bossa Nova Do Brasil" foi elaborado no Rio de Janeiro com o apoio da Varig para a Berlin Jazz Festival e para uma turnê européia de concertos de artistas Brasileiras. 

Logo depois que a cantora Sylvia Telles retornou para o Brasil deste turnê ela sofreu um acidente fatal de transito no Rio de Janeiro. 
Estas gravações são as ultimas gravações dela.

Tracks:
A1 - Macumba (trad.)
          Agogô – Chico Batera

          Percussion [Atabaque] – Jorge Arena, Rubens Bassini
A2 - Uma Volte (Codo)
          Guitar – Rosinha de Valenca*
A3 - Tema Pro Luis (Murillo Pessoa)
          Bass – Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
          Guitar – Rosinha de Valenca*
          Pandeiro – Ruben Bassini

          Percussion [Atabaque] – Jorge Arena
          Reco-reco – J. T. Meirelles*
          Tambourine – Chico Batera
A4 - O Oralho Vem Caindo (Noel Rosa)
          Agogô – Salvador da Silva Filho
          Apito –Jorge Arena
          Bass – 
Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
          Drums –Chico Batera
          Pandeiro – Rubens Bassini
          Percussion [Atabaque] – Jorge Arena
          Piano – Salvador da Silva Filho
          Reco-reco –Sergio Batera
          Saxophone [Tenorsax] –Meirelles
A5 – Barquinho (Roberto Menescal)
          Bass – 
Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
          Drums – Chico Batera
          Flute – Meirelles
          Piano – Salvador da Silva Filho
A6 - Meu Fraco é Cafe Forte (Salvador da Silva Filho)
          Bass – 
Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
          Drums – Chico Batera
          Piano – Salvador da Silva Filho

B1 – Dicussão (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendoza)
          Bass – 
Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
          Drums – Chico Batera
          Pandeiro – Rubens Bassini
          Piano – Salvador da Silva Filho
          Tambourine – Rosinha de Valenca*
          Vocals – Sylvia Telles
B2 - Upa Nequinho (Edu Lobo, Guarnieri)
          Bass – 
Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
          Drums – Chico Batera
          Flute – Meirelles
          Guitar – Edu Lobo
          Percussion [Atabaque] – Jorge Arena, Rubens Bassini
          Percussion [Paus] – Rubens Bassini
          Piano – Salvador da Silva Filho
          Vocals – Edu Lobo
B3 – Dindi (Aloysio De Oliveira, Antonio Carlos Jobim)
          Guitar – Rosinha de Valenca*
          Vocals –Sylvia Telles
B4 - Pra Dizer Adeus (Edu Lobo, Torquato Neto)
          Bass – 
Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
          Drums – Chico Batera
          Flute – Meirelles
          Guitar – Edu Lobo
          Piano – Salvador da Silva Filho
          Vocals – Edu Lobo
B5 - Finale
         Agogô – Salvador da Silva Filho
         Bass – 
Sergio (Sérgio Barroso)
         Berimbau – Jorge Arena
         Cavaquinho – Rosinha de Valenca*
         Cuica –Chico Batera
         Drums – Chico Batera
         Flute –Meirelles
         Guitar – Rosinha de Valenca*

         Pandeiro – Rubens Bassini
         Percussion [Tom-tom] – Jorge Arena
         Piano – Salvador da Silva Filho
         Tambourine – Meirelles,Sergio Batera
         Vocals – Edu Lobo, Sylvia Telles
                B5 a - Berimbau (Baden Powell)
                B5 b - Cuica (Chico Batera)   
                B5 c - Cavaquinho (Rosinha de Valenca*)        
                B5 d - Tristeza (Haroldo Lobo, Nithinho*)




Texto original do Loronix

I can file and track down every request and recommendation made by Loronixers, but seems to be imposible so far to associate the requests with requesters, specially one so hard to track down such as this nice LP with the participation of several Brazilian starts recorded for the label MPS/Basf in 1966, Germany.
The whole story is so far unknow, but this studio record has together on the set Chico Batera, Dom Salvador, Edu Lobo, J.T. Meirelles, Jorge Arena, Rosinha de Valenca, Rubens Bassini and Sylvia Telles. Some websites reports a not credited participation of Baden Powell, which is something to be checked. Who has the whole story about this? If any friend has additional info, please write us on comments. Tracks will be given with detailed participation on each track.
01 – Macumba (Tradicional) – Performed by: Rubens Bassini / Jorge Arena
02 – Uma Noite (Codó) – Performed by: Rosinha de Valença
03 – Tema Pro Luis (Murillo Pessoa) – Performed by: Rosinha de Valença
04 – O Orvalho Vem Caindo (Noel Rosa) – Performed by: Meirelles
05 – Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) – Performed by: Meirelles
06 – Meu Fraco É Café Forte (Dom Salvador) – Performed by: Dom Salvador
07 – Discussão (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça) – Performed by: Silvinha Telles
08 – Upa Neguinho (Edu Lobo / Gianfrancesco Guarnieri) – Performed by: Edu Lobo
09 – Dindi (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira) – Performed by: Silvinha Telles
10 – Pra Dizer Adeus (Edu Lobo / Torquato Neto) – Performed by: Edu Lobo
11 – Berimbau (Baden Powell) – Performed by: Jorge Arena / Chico Batera / Rosinha de Valença / Edu Lobo / Silvinha Telles — Cuíca (Chico Batera) – Performed by: Rosinha de Valença / Silvinha Telles / Edu Lobo / Chico Batera / Jorge Arena — Cavaquinho (Rosinha de Valença) – Performed by: Chico Batera / Jorge Arena / Edu Lobo / Silvinha Telles / Rosinha de Valença — Tristeza (Haroldo Lobo) – Performed by: Rosinha de Valença / Silvinha Telles / Edu Lobo / Jorge Arena / Chico Batera
Personnel
• Track 1: Rubens Bassini e Jorge Arena (Atabaque) e Chico Batera (Agogô)
• Track 2: Rosinha de Valença (Violão)
• Track 3: Rosinha de Valença (Violão), Sergio (Baixo), Meirelles (Reco-reco), Chico (Tamborim), Jorge Arena (Atabaque) e Rubens Bassini (Pandeiro)
• Track 4: Meirelles (Sax tenor), Chico Batera (Bateria), Sergio (Baixo, Reco-reco), Dom Salvador (Piano, Agogô), Rubens Bassini (Pandeiro) e Jorge Arena (Atabaque)
• Track 5: Meirelles (Flauta), Dom Salvador (Piano), Sergio (Baixo) e Chico Batera (Bateria)
• Track 6: Dom Salvador (Piano), Sergio (Baixo) e Chico Batera (Bateria)
• Track 7: Rosinha de Valença (Tamborim), Rubens Bassini (Pandeiro), Chico Batera (Bateria), Sergio (Baixo) e Dom Salvador (Piano)
• Track 8: Edu Lobo (Violão), Salvador (Piano), Sergio (Baixo), Chico Batera (Bateria), Meirelles (Fluta), Rubens Bassini (Percussão, Atabaque), e Jorge Avena (Atabaque)
• Track 9: Rosinha de Valença (Violão)
• Track 10: Edu Lobo (Violão), Meirelles (Flauta), Dom Salvador (Piano), Chico Batera (Bateria) e Sergio (Baixo)
• Track 11: Rosinha de Valença (Violão, Cavaquinho), Jorge Arena (Berimbau, Tom-tom), Chico Batera (Cuíca, Bateria), Dom Salvador (Piano), Rubens Bassini (Pandeiro), Sergio (Baixo, Tamborim), Meirelles (Flauta, Tamborim)

3 Comentários originais:

Frank-Oliver on Friday, 13 October, 2006
This studio record was produced by Joachim-Ernst Berendt for MPS records in Germany. Berendt handpicked all artists himself in Rio de Janeiro for a tour in Germany and Switzerland. During the tour the album was recorded in Germany. There is also a 50 Minute live footage aired on German TV with the same lineup but different tunes. Baden Powell was not involved in this project. In the 90`s a CD was compiled by Universal Germany with this album and Baden Powell`s “Images on Guitar”

Hideste on Thursday, 19 October, 2006
Fantástico post !! Mais uma vez, parabéns Louro !!
Abs,

Estêvão

Olaf on Wednesday, 01 November, 2006
addition to Frank-Oliver, about the cd containing the record above and ‘Images on guitar’ from Baden Powell’. Cd-info: Jazz Meets Brasil, Motor Music, 1997, Germany, 533133-2 (out of print as far as I know) The booklet has 7 (!) pages of English liner notes, written by Claus Schreiner of Tropical Music-records.


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quarta-feira, 1 de outubro de 2014

Varios Artistas – Instrumental Bossa Nova (1989)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 11 de julho 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.







Here we go on another Caetano Rodrigues contribution, actually, highly recommended by Caetano and the kind of album that should be released more often. We do not have a band here, either a main performer, perhaps I'm wrong, but this is just top-notch Brazilian musicians assembled to record instrumental renditions of Bossa Nova tunes. Let's check why this album is Caetano's favorite pick.

This is Instrumental Bossa Nova (1989), for Visom. The fun of this album is to hear performances of classic Bossa Nova tunes by new generation musicians using new recording technologies. Personnel is available bellow, as well tracks.


Tracks include:

Personnel

Marinho Boffa (piano)
Idrss Bodrioua (sax alto)
Paulo Belinatti (violao)
Paulo Braga (bateria)

with special guests

Paulo Russo (bass)
Nico Assumpção (bass)

Track List

01 - Imagem
02 - O Barquinho
03 - Garota de Ipanema
04 - Se Todos Fossem Iguais a Voce
05 - Tristeza de Nos Dois
06 - Samba de Verao
07 - Wave
08 - Inutil Paisagem
09 - Terço
10 - Manha de Carnaval
11 - Triste
12 - Amor em Paz



2 Comentários originais:

Joe on Thursday, 12 July, 2007Commander:
This looks like a winner! I can’t wait to download and listen. Anything with this lineup MUST be great. Thanks!
Pvt. 1st Class Carter


bossanovadreamer on Thursday, 12 July, 2007That is really fine. I can agree with Joe-
great album from Caetano.
Many thanks.
Best wishes




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sexta-feira, 5 de setembro de 2014

O Melhor da Bossa (1965)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 20 de março 2007.
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Compilations and several artists albums were not on my agenda, they were simply ignored by me for many years. With the help of Loronixers, I could understand the value of these records. The Bossa Nova compilations and VA albums are really fascinating, they provide on a single album a nice panorama of a time, or even a showcase of a given record label. This is the case of this one that Caetano Rodrigues kindly sent to us. Several well-known artists and some that I have been tracking down for months and now I have the chance to hear at least a single track. Thanks Caetano.

This is Varios Artistas - O Melhor da Bossa (1965), for RGE, featuring Maysa, Chico Buarque, Ana Lucia, Bossa Jazz Trio, Cesar Roldao Vieira, Claudia, Elza Laranjeira, Maria Creuza, Vinicius de Moraes, Agostinho dos Santos, Maria Bethania, Manfredo Fest Trio, Wanda and Paulinho Nogueira.Thanks a lot Caetano.

Tracks include:

01 - Nos e o Mar
02 - Retrato em Branco e Preto
03 - Derradeira Primavera
04 - Balanco Zona Sul
05 - Pranto
06 - Eu Sei que Vou Te Amar
07 - Minha Namorada
08 - Estrada do Sol
09 - De Manhã
10 - Reza
11 - Inutil Paisagem
12 - O Pato





Hope uEnjoy!
 
8 Comments:
 
g picanco said...
Só assim pra ouvir 'Pranto' com o Cesar Roldão Vieira e a Claudia.
Cesar era um contumaz participante de Festivais.
Coisas muito boas.
Tuesday, 20 March, 2007

J Thyme...kind said...
Yes Zeca, this form is not to be ignored! The V.A. & the "Trilha Sonora Original Da Novela" are both rightful LP's, though they are many different artists, they are good LP's on their own.
Please don't miss my Italian Bossa Comps that I posted for you!
V.A. - Bossa Galore - Lounge At Cinevox [Cinevox] Italy
V.A. - Metti Una Bossa A Cena [2000 Schema] Italy
Both are super yummy!
Tuesday, 20 March, 2007

J Thyme...kind said...
Yes, this is an excellent "RGE" compilation. Very nice look at that label for 1965.
Wednesday, 21 March, 2007

Jazzt said...
O link nao esta funcionando (404 page not found)
Wednesday, 21 March, 2007

Anonymous said...
Olá como vai
Parece que tem problema no link
Abraços
Aluizio
Wednesday, 21 March, 2007

freddydwight said...
the ol' web browser can't find this one, m8.
Wednesday, 21 March, 2007

Anonymous said...
ho 70 anni e sono appassionatissimo
di musica "DO BRAZIL " da quando avevo 16 anni sono amico di Alfredo Paixo grande bassista vorrei mettere a disposizione i miei dischi ma ho un vecchio PC che non mi permette di fare troppe cose ; non appena avrò la possibilità di avere un nuovo PC (sono pensionato ) metterò a disposizione i miei LP Grazie a voi
Wednesday, 21 March, 2007

zecalouro said...
Grazie per il messaggio.
Ritengo felice fornendo i buoni momenti come il vostro. Ringrazia inoltre per la vostra offerta per ripartire la vostra musica, ma che non si preoccupano per il quel, io sperano che otteniate un nuovo PC molto presto.
Nel frattempo, il soggiorno con noi e vi ripartisce le vostre idee, ha fatto con il vostro messaggio.
Grazie, zeca





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quarta-feira, 3 de setembro de 2014

Varios Artistas – 2º Concerto de Jazz De Camera no Teatro Municipal (1960)


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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 25 de outubro 2007.
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Here we go on an album that does not need to be introduced. However, before skipping my writing to scroll personnel listing, be sure that all credits for this post goes to Mauro R.V., the lucky owner of this vinyl that kindly sent it to our community this morning. Here we have an album that everybody was tracking down for years, including Caetano Rodrigues and several other serious collectors. Let’s see.

This is 2º Concerto de Jazz de Camera no Teatro Municipal (1960), for Prestige, featuring Dick Farney Trio, K-Ximbinho Tenteto, Brazilian Jazz Quartet and All-Stars. Dick Farney is a well-known musician to Loronixers, K-Ximbinho leads a tentet, a constellation of 10 Brazilian musicians, Brazilian Jazz Quartet is a group already released at Loronix, featuring Moacyr Peixoto, Case, Rubinho and Luiz Chaves from Zimbo Trio. I’m dizzy!

This concert was recorded live at Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro for an estimated audience of 2,500 privileged friends. The Jazz critic Paulo Santos was in charge of production and also presented the event. Thanks once again Mauro R.V., Loronixers will be pleased with this fantastic record.

Tracks include:


Personnel

DICK FARNEY TRIO

Dick Farney
(piano)

Xu Viana
(bass)

Rubinho Barsotti
(drums)


 
TENTETO DE K-XIMBINHO


K-Ximbinho
(clarinet)

Augusto Keller
(oboe with solo at 05)

Ary Paulo
(trompa)

Juarez
(sax tenor)

Aurino
(sax baritone)

Paulo Moura
(sax alto with solo at 06)

Luiz Mendes
(piston)

Pedro Vidal Ramos
(bass)

Paulinho “Baterista”
(drums at 05, 06)

Oswaldo Oliveira Castro
(drums at 04)

Ramon, Rubens Bassini, Jorginho
(rythm section)

BRAZILIAN JAZZ QUARTET

Moacyr Peixoto
(piano)

Case
(sax alto)

Rubinho Barsotti
(drums)

Luiz Chaves
(bass)

ALL-STARS

Cipo
(sax tenor)

Paulo Moura
(sax alto)

Aurino
(sax baritone)

Wagner Naegele
(piston)

Nelsinho
(trombone)

Fats Elpidio
(piano)

Paulinho “Baterista”
(drums)

Waldyr Marinho
(bass)

Track List

DICK FARNEY TRIO
01 – Risque (Ary Barroso)
02 – Um Tema em Fuga (Dick Farney)
03 – We’ll Be Together Again (Fisher – Laine)

K-XIMBINHO TENTETO
04 – Scarlet’s Gone (Vrs. Paulo Santos)
05 – Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington)
06 – Just Walking (K-Ximbinho)

BRAZILIAN JAZZ QUARTET
07 – Not So Sleepy (Mat Mathews)
08 – Smoke Signal (Gigi Gryce)

ALL-STARS
09 – Tema sem Nome (Cipó)




2 Comentários originais:

bossanovadreamer said…
Fantastic! I hope Caetano is also be happy with this album if he did not have the chance to listen to it until now.I am very happy. Thanks to Mauro anR. and to grande Zeca.
Best wishes
Thursday, 25 October, 2007

paulo sergio said…
jazz de camera no Teatro Municipal: maravilhoso, um conjunto de bambas a nos fazer ouvir musica!

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