Originalmente postado no Loronix em 07 de julho 2007.
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Hello, Good Evening! We had a hot Saturday in Rio de Janeiro, such like summer, a summer inside winter. I hope the weather keeps sunny for the next three weeks. Rio is hosting the XV Pan-American Games, which is something like the Olympics, but only for Americas and sub-regions. I can feel the Olympic atmosphere; the city starts to be "in the mood". In front of my place, they built an arena for beach volley, which is a sport that Brazil has a great chance to win a gold medal. Anyway, Saturday, sun up all day, people in the streets, Loronix = Samba today, we need to start with a solid Samba album today.
This is Jair Rodrigues - É Isso Ai (1971), for Philips, which is Jair Rodrigues at his peak. He is one of the most commercial and popular Samba interpreters of all time, mainly at the 60's and 70's decades. Hearing this album, I it is easy to identify several tunes that were blockbusters by the release time, as Tengo Tengo, Herois da Liberdade, Martin Cerere, O Importante e Ser Fevereiro, and others. I hope you enjoy our Saturdays Samba posts and this Jair Rodrigues album as well.
1. Minha Escola (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
2. Tengo Tengo (Mangueira Minha Madrinha Querida) (Zuzuca)
3. Margot de Tal (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
4. Rei Pelé Rei Luis (Durval Vieira / Reginaldo Santos)
5. Vem Dindinha (Mangueira Nossa Madrinha Querida) (Noel Rosa de Oliveira / Hayblan)
6. Heróis da Liberdade (Silas de Oliveira / Mano Décio da Viola / M. Ferreira)
7. Martin Cererê (Zé Catimba / Gibi)
8. Eu Sonhei Que Tu Estavas Tão Linda (Lamartine Babo / Francisco Matoso) Chão de Estrelas (Orestes Barbosa / Silvio Caldas) Bodas de Prata (Roberto Martins / Mário Rossi) Boa Noite Amor (José Maria de Abreu / Francisco Matoso)
9. O Importante É Ser Fevereiro (Wando / Nilo Amaro)
10. Dono do Universo (Eustáquio Sena)
11. Joana da Misericórdia (Édson Conceição / Aloísio Silva)
12. Bate-papo Com Cartola (João Roberto Kelly)
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