Originalmente postado no Loronix em 12 de junho 2007.
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Hello, Good Evening! Loronix is having a great traffic today, really above the average, I was wondering perhaps this is some kind of Valentine Day effect with boys and girls selecting music to spend the night today. Anyway, Mr. E. sent this great surprise to Loronixers, not specific to this event, a album recorded in 1960 that probably is the first karaoke record in history. I'm only guessing, I did not check this information. Let's see what Mr. E. sent to us.
This is Voce e o Artista (1960), for Philips. Six songs organize this record, an artist performs each song, they are, Vera Lucia, Carlos Lyra, Sonia Delfino, Lucio Alves, Sylvia Telles and Lais. Let's take Lucio Alves as example, Lucio performs Dindi, speaks some words before the song and sings, the following track is the same song and same accompaniment with no singing, Lucio's voice was not mixed. You should not miss this unique LP with performances recorded for the occasion. Aloysio de Oliveira is in charge and probably is the owner of the whole idea. Thanks Mr. E. for this piece. Tracks include:
01 - Toma Continha de Você (Dolores Duran / Édson Borges) - SONIA DELFINO
02 - Toma Continha de Você (Dolores Duran / Édson Borges)
03 - Chora Tua Tristeza (Luvercy Fiorini / Oscar Castro Neves) - CARLOS LYRA
04 - Chora Tua Tristeza (Luvercy Fiorini / Oscar Castro Neves)
05 - Patinho Feio (Oscar Castro Neves / Dolores Duran) - LAIS
06 - Patinho Feio (Oscar Castro Neves / Dolores Duran)
07 - Leva-me Contigo (Dolores Duran) - VERA LUCIA
08 - Leva-me Contigo (Dolores Duran)
09 - Dindi (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira) - LUCIO ALVES
10 - Dindi (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
11 - Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça) - SYLVIA TELLES
12 - Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
1 Reply to "Varios Artistas - Voce e o Artista (1960)" Marcio de Souza on Thursday, 14 June, 2007Além do barato de ter as faixas no modo karaokê, é muito legal ouvir como é a voz do Lúcio Alves, da Sylvia Telles, entre outros, falando no começo de cada faixa.