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

Wilson Simonal,- Maysa (info e videos), - António Carlos Jobim,- Tuca , -

Zecalouro, - Elis Regina , Dick Farney ,

sexta-feira, 31 de agosto de 2012

Arthur Moreira Lima – Arthur Moreira Lima plays Tangos & Waltzes of Ernesto Nazareth (1982)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 04 de outubro 2007.
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Hello, good evening! A friend that left his nick with a nice comment sent this album. However, he did not leave and email and I don’t know if he wants to be identified with the alias he uses. He sent a really nice contribution, the third on the new FLAC format, featuring a very important artist that never had a chance to be introduced to our community, the Brazilian pianist Arthur Moreira Lima. Let’s see.

This is Arthur Moreira Lima – Arthur Moreira Lima Plays Tangos & Waltzes of Ernesto Nazareth (1982), for Intersound, recorded September 13-15, 1982, at the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters on the Steinway CD 372 piano. 

Thanks to the now revealed AdHoc for this info. Arthur Moreira Lima is worldwide acclaimed as one of the best Frederic Chopin interpreters, being also a successful popular music artist. It is hard to write this in English, Arthur Moreira Lima is the kind of guy that everybody would like to meet in the end of the day at Copacanana to drink some beers, a very cool character and also one of the most renowned tricolores (friends who support Fluminense Football Club, a soccer team in Rio de Janeiro).
His works in the field of popular music includes his association with Paulo Moura, Elomar, Heraldo do Monte, Conjunto Epoca de Ouro, Ney Matogrosso, Rafael Rabello and Ernesto Nazareth, which is a very popular Brazilian composer that had a profound influence on the course of Brazilian music, such like Heitor Villa Lobos. I urge Loronixers to send feedback on this anthological record where once again classical music meets popular music.

Tracks include:

01 – Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth)
02 – Escorregando (Ernesto Nazareth)
03 – Duvidoso (Ernesto Nazareth)
04 – Eponina (Ernesto Nazareth)
05 – Batuque (Ernesto Nazareth)
06 – Fon-Fon (Ernesto Nazareth)
07 – Confidencias (Ernesto Nazareth)
08 – Famoso (Ernesto Nazareth)
09 – Mercedes (Ernesto Nazareth)
10 – Vem Ca, Branquinha (Ernesto Nazareth)
11 – Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
12 – Brejeiro (Ernesto Nazareth)
13 – Bambino (Ernesto Nazareth)
14 – Sarambeque (Ernesto Nazareth)
15 – Carioca (Ernesto Nazareth)


7 Comentários originais:

adhoc said…
Zeca,
This album was recorded in New York in 1982, following (or during) a concert at the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. It’s not the Marcus Pereira recording of 1977.
I forgot to send you my email when I dropped this post in your big box. I’ll do it with the next one.
Cheers.
Thursday, 04 October, 2007

Anonymous said…
Excellent post, please put up more LPs like this! (instrumental/choro/Brazilian classical)
Thank you
Friday, 05 October, 2007

cvllos said…
Zeca, grande escolha! Parabens! Mudando de assunto: essa pagina está apresentando um problema frequente,no local do nome do 1o comentarista: letras se sobrepoem e nao dá pra ler o nome do mesmo.
Friday, 05 October, 2007

AdHoc said…
For those who liked this stuff, just a reminder that there’s more of it. Arthur Moreira Lima also recorded two double Lps for “Discos Marcus Pereira” label in 1975 and 1977 with 49 piano pieces of Ernesto Nazareth. They were later released as 4 individual CDs that are rare, but still can be found at Amazon or CD Point (Arthur Moreira Lima interpreta Ernesto Nazareth vol 1-4). To say that Moreira Lima’s playing and these recordings are amazing is an understatement. They’re “desert island list” and “best of bests, anytime, anywhere, any-kind-of music” items. Nazareth’s pieces, specially the “tangos” (nowadays we would call them “choros”), are Chopin meets Africa (via habaneras), and are absolutely essential for understanding the roots of Brazilian music. Nazareth wrote some 200 piano pieces (tangos, waltzes, polkas, mazurkas…; see complete list here:
http://www.chiquinhagonzaga.com/nazareth/). Sadly, the large majority of these pieces have never, ever been recorded. I still hope that Moreira Lima will come back to this music, recording all of it in the original piano piece form as published by Nazareth himself. My second best hope is that a young and talented pianist in Brazil (there are many) gives it a try, para o bem de todos e a felicidade geral da nação. Hey, people at Biscoito Fino, Trama and Kuarup Records, what are you waiting for?
Friday, 05 October, 2007

Alexandre Dias said…
Dear adhoc,
You said “Sadly, the large majority of these pieces have never, ever been recorded. “. I’d like to take the chance and tell you (and everyone) of the series I’m recording focusing Ernesto Nazareth’ rare pieces. We’re at the 29th consecutive week, and virtually all of the pieces had never been recorded on its original piano solo version.
http://www.sovacodecobra.com.br/2007/03/ernesto-nazareth-inedito/
Cheers,
Alexandre Dias
Saturday, 06 October, 2007

AdHoc said…
Caro Alexandre Dias,
Muitíssimo obrigado pela indicação do sovaco de cobra.
Que bela iniciativa a gravação da obra de Ernesto Nazareth; forma e conteúdo primorosos.
Espero que você consiga comercializar ou tornar disponíveis essas gravações em um formato sem compressão. Elas merecem ser divulgadas com a melhor qualidade de som possível.
Um grande abraço de seu mais novo freguês de caderno.
AdHoc
Saturday, 06 October, 2007

Anonymous said…
Ai Zeca, uma vez mais muito, muito agradecida. De não ter sido por seu link de os Choros, o título de este post não teria chamada minha atenção nem estivesse desfrutando de esta preciosidade de música. Brasil é muito mais que somente Samba e Bossa Nova e os brasileiros tudos deveriam sentirse muito, muito orgulhosos de tão amplia e bela riqueza cultural e musical que vocês tem. Quis dizer esto com grande respeito e carinho e espero que assim seja entendido.
Sem importar quantas vezes eu agradeça a quem tenha que agradecer, sempre estarei em dívida. Abraços,
Nina
Monday, 16 June, 2008





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Cristina Buarque – Cristina (1974)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 04 de outubro 2007.
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Since we made a
Cristina Buarque EP some weeks ago, friends got excited to hear the whole LP where that EP tracks were taken. I’m glad to find it on a very good condition in the beginning of this week, and I’m amazed with this album and with the delicate voice and Cristina Buarque interpretation. Cristina Buarque delivers a very solid album, above the average for a debut LP. Let’s see.

This is Cristina Buarque – Cristina (1973), for RCA Victor. Justin Thyme will be pleased with another RCA Victor studios Samba album. Cristina performs a repertoire of Sambas with some beautiful forgotten selections from Samba legends from the past, such like Noel Rosa and Lupscinio Rodrigues, along with Samba composers from the 70′s, with highlights to Dona Ivone Lara, Paulinho da Viola, Nelson Cavaquinho and others. Cesar Camargo Mariano delivers arrangements and piano playing and some tracks and Cristina Buarque as the accompaniment of a constellation of Brazilian musicians, such as Cartola playing violao on track 02 – Ao Amanhecer. Inside the music, you will find detailed information on each song composers and musicians.

Tracks include:





Personnel

Cesar Camargo Mariano
(arrangements, piano)

Paulinho da Viola
(cavaquinho, percussion)

Cesar Faria
(violao)

Marcal, Eliseu, Luna, Jorginho, Henriquinho
(rhythm section)

Cartola
(violao)

Cristovao Bastos
(piano)

Claudio Bertrami
(bass)

Felpudo
(piston)

Nelson Cavaquinho
(violao)

Marcal
(matchbox)

Bolao
(clarinet)

Ze Luiz
(violao)

Conjunto Epoca de Ouro


Track List

01 – Quantas Lágrimas (Manacéa)
02 – Ao Amanhecer (Cartola)
03 – Tatuagem (Chico Buarque / Ruy Guerra)
04 – Nuvem Que Passou (Noel Rosa)
05 – Cara Limpa (Paulo Vanzolini)
06 – Isto Eu Não Faço (Tom Jobim)
07 – Confesso (Dona Ivone Lara)
08 – Nome Sagrado (Nelson Cavaquinho / José Ribeiro / José Alcides)
09 – Eu Não Sou de Reclamar (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
10 – Comprimido (Paulinho da Viola)
11 – Cem Por Cento (Vinicius de Moraes)
12 – Amor de Malandro (Ismael Silva / Francisco Alves)
13 – Agradeço a Deus (Dona Ivone Lara / Mano Décio da Viola)



7 Comentários originais:

Peter Hammill said…
Olá, meu novo amigo…..
Somente posso dizer uma palavra a respeito deste blog:
S E N S A C I O NA L ! ! ! ! !
O seu trabalho em catalogar/organizar os grandes clássicos da MPB é algo de inesperado e surpreendente…
Seu blog deveria ser leitura OBRIGATÓRIA em todos as classes do ensino médio nacional, como referência de música de qualidade!!!!
Infelizmente vivemos num período onde a MPB foi extinta……e somente temos ouvidos para duplas travestidas de cowboys americanos e / ou ritos tribais que transbordam o ódio num dialeto de difícil compreenção!!!!!!
Queria ter todo o tempo do mundo para fazer o download de TODO o seu acervo, mas terei que me contentar com algums albums por dia!!!!
Vida Longa e Próspera!!!!
Peter Hammill.
Thursday, 04 October, 2007

Júlio said…
Não entendi nada os arquivos das músicas veio em: .flac
O que faço??????
Friday, 05 October, 2007

noal said…
alo zeca!!
que maravailha esse disco né!
eu sou fã dela só por causa desse disco..
é bonzão!
cara limpa do vanzolini é uma coisa fantástica, tristíssima…
amor erro de malandro.. agradeço a deus já posso sorrir.. confesso..
obrigado!!
abraço
Friday, 05 October, 2007

Júlio said…
Será que alguém poderia me ajudar a transformar o arquivo flac em arquivo de audio?
Friday, 05 October, 2007

zecalouro said…
Transformar o arquivo FLAC em MP3s é um processo que vai exigir que você tenha primeiramente um encoder e um decoder FLAC compatível e um programa de conversão.
O arquivo FLAC é uma alternativa e creio que você tenha feito essa opçao por engano, já que o MP3 também estava disponível.
Dica: os arquivos MP3s estão sempre disponíveis na palavra here, no caso desse grande disco da Cristina, fica no final dessa frase aqui:
This is Cristina Buarque – Cristina (1974), at Loronix, here.
Acredito que seja mais prático nesse momento fazer a opção por esse arquivo MP3 já disponível.
Em caso de dúvida, entre em contato.
Grato, zeca
Friday, 05 October, 2007

Júlio said…
Obrigado pela dica.
Um forte abraço.
Sunday, 07 October, 2007

fábio bonillo said…
maravilhoso! há em flac também, zecalouro? grande abraço!
Monday, 08 June, 2009




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Cristina – Cristina (1974) 7-inch EP

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 29 de julho 2007.
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Here we go on another EP, featuring an artist never shown before to Loronixers. Actually, I’m amazed with the new EP possibilities. They are pretty easy to make, for instance, this one is fresh as a cake taken from the oven. It is just a matter to find, bake and serve. The cover fits the scanner and you don’t need to make several scans and stitch everything. Truly great.

This is Cristina – Cristina (1974) for RCA Victor. Cristina is the artistic name of Cristina Buarque de Hollandam sister of the renowned Chico Buarque de Hollanda. She started her professional career in 1967 with a participation on Paulo Vanzolini – Onze Sambas e Uma Capoeira, recording her first and self titled album in 1974 with songs from several Samba names, such as: Dona Ivone Lara, Manaceia, Nelson Cavaquinho, Cartola and others. It is a very well produced album and this EP has four tracks taken from this debut LP.

Tracks include:

 
 
Personnel

Paulinho da Viola
(cavaquinho)

Cesar Faria
(violão)

Marcal, Eliseu, Luna, Jorginho, Paulinho da Viola, Carlinhos, Henriquinho
(percussion)

Felpudo
(trombone)

Claudio
(bass)


Track List

01 – Agradeço A Deus (Mano Décio da Viola / Dona Ivone Lara)
02 – Comprimido (Paulinho da Viola)
03 – Quantas Lágrimas (Manacéa)
04 – Confesso (Dona Ivone Lara)


1 Comentários originais:

J Thyme…kind on Sunday, 29 July, 2007
This looks super. Thanks for all the additional info on her.





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quinta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2012

Joao Gilberto – Cantando as Musicas de Orfeu do Carnaval | EP 45rpm (1959) now complete

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 03 de outubro 2007.
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Update: I was loosing my hope to have this album with the four tracks; I’m always underestimating the strength of our community. Galego, which is a brand new friend of Loronix, sent it to us a few minutes ago in a very nice quality. This is the reason for making it again, once again, direct link to music, no Rapidshare.
I would like to thanks Galego for providing 04 – Frevo, the missing track.

This post was a blockbuster with more than 700 downloads so far.
A Loronixer sent this album to us in the end of 2006 and did not identify himself. Since then, I have been searching for a missing track 04 – Frevo (Antonio Carlos Jobim). I decided today to do not wait anymore and I’m asking the help of our community to find this missing track and complete this little record. This is the reason why download is been provided as a direct link, no Rapidshare.

This is Joao Gilberto – Cantando as Musicas de Orfeu do Carnaval | 45rpm (1959), for Odeon, featuring songs taken from Black Orpheus original song track. While friends are searching for the missing track, it is a good idea to listen to Joao Gilberto performing the three ones available.

Tracks include:

01 – A Felicidade (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02 – Manha de Carnaval (Luiz Bonfa / Antonio Maria)
03 – O Nosso Amor (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
04 – Frevo (Antonio Carlos Jobim)


5 Comentários originais:

Daniella Thompson said…
I don’t have the missing track, but João Gilberto did not record “Frevo” — it’s a filler track on this EP.
Friday, 21 September, 2007

Hélio said…
Este disco traz as faixas “Felicidade e “O Nosso Amor” completas. Já o “Joao Gilberto – The Legendary Joao Gilberto (1988)” que você postou anteriormente, Zeca, traz as mesmas faixas emendadas e cortadas inexplicavelmente.
Abraço,
Hélio
Wednesday, 26 September, 2007

zecalouro said…
Acho que essa é uma das razoes para o Joao ter solicitado a retirada imediata do “The Legendary” do mercado. Como você mesmo diz, não há explicão. Abraços, zeca
Wednesday, 26 September, 2007

galego said…
http://rapidshare.com/files/60112984/4-_Frevo__Jobim_.rar
Este é um link para a faixa que falta no 45 RPM. É verdade que não há a participação de João Gilberto. Mas talvez muitos queiram a faixa que falta. Abraço, Galego.
Wednesday, 03 October, 2007

Harold_Z said…
Great music!Right from the start, when the rhythm hits that Samba groove on A Felicidade, it’s just absolutely great.
Zeca, do you know who the trombone player is on these? He deserves accolades and to be recognized for his contribution here.
Monday, 08 October, 2007




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Os Romanticos – Bossa Nova (No date)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 03 de outubro 2007.
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I think we are entering on a phase where everybody is excited to know not credited artists behind Bossa Nova albums. Caetano Rodrigues comes to bring another contribution to our community. Caetano comes with a challenge, delivering an album that I could not gather any info about. Let’s see.

This is Os Romanticos – Bossa Nova (no date), for unknown label. I’m not sure if Caetano Rodrigues knows the Brazilian label that issues Os Romanticos, otherwise, this should be the first album released at Loronix with a non-identified label. Anyway, the mystery is not finished; we don’t know who is Os Romanticos, musicians and release date.

The album features soft instrumental Bossa Nova renditions performed with percussion, bass, guitar, accordion and violin. Caetano urges Loronixers to get more information about Os Romanticos – Bossa Nova.

Tracks include:

01 – Lindos Olhos Azuis
02 – Preciso dar um Jeito
03 – Chega de Sofrer
04 – Depois do Carnaval
05 – Historia
06 – Corcovado
07 – O Amor em Paz
08 – De Mais Amor
09 – Menino Desce Dai
10 – Samba em Preludio
11 – Deixa a Nega Gingar
12 – Que Saudade

Esse disco
é um relançamento do disco “Trio Surdina em Bossa Nova (1963)" aqui publicado logo antes deste album.

O disco foi um lancamento da gravadora Stereo Hi-Fi Club.
Os músicos são Waltel Branco (guitar), Chiquinho do Acordeom (accordion) e Patane (violin).

1 Comentários originais:

Anonymous on Friday, 05 October, 2007
Olá, alguém poderia informar se os músicos são Chiquinho no acordeão e Fafá Lemos ao violino?
Obrigado
Claudio Zancan





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Trio Surdina – Trio Surdina em Bossa Nova (1963)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em  de novembro 2006.
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Woow! That’s a great release with all the ingredients that I like. This is Trio Surdina, an instrumental trio that released more than 70 records, all released for the same record label, the legendary Musidisc of Nilo Sergio. Probably, Trio Surdina is Nilo Sergio creation since the name surdina is a joke, meaning that members cannot be revealed.

Trio Surdina members were not revealed due contract obligations with other record labels, great Musidisc idea. Obviously, they were revealed or discovered later and most of Trio Surdina recordings were made by Fafa Lemos (violin), Garoto (guitar) and Chiquinho (accordion). Garoto – Anibal Augusto Sardinha – is a renowned Brazilian guitarist.

This is Trio Surdina – Trio Surdina em Bossa Nova (1963), for Musidisc. The line-up for this Trio Surdina “edition” is Waltel Branco (guitar), Chiquinho do Acordeom (accordion) and Patane (violin). Please give me your feedback about Trio Surdina; I have earlier releases that I can share with friends in a near future.

Tracks include:

01 – Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
02 – História (Nilo Sergio)
03 – Depois do Carnaval (Silvino Júnior / Wilson Tirapelli)
04 – Chega de Sofrer (Luis Paulo / Orlann Divo)
05 – Preciso Dar Um Jeito (Silvio César)
06 – Lindos Olhos Azuis (Waltel Branco / Ivo Branco)
07 – Que Saudade (Ed Lincoln)
08 – Deixa a Nega Gingar (Luis Cláudio)
09 – Samba Em Prelúdio (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
10 – Menino Desce Daí (Paulinho Nogueira)
11 – Dê Mais Amor (Waltel Branco / Joluz)
12 – O Amor Em Paz (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)


5 Comentários originais:

Cleber on Friday, 17 November, 2006
Zeca:
Parabéns pelo achado. Só um detalhe.
Garoto (Anibal Sardinha) nasceu em São Paulo, a 28 de junho de 1915, e faleceu no Rio de
Janeiro, a 3 de maio de 1955.
Em 1952, com a formação do trio Surdina, integrado por Garoto ao violão,Chiquinho ao acordeon e Fafá Lemos ao violino, começa a se sedimentar o período embrionário da Bossa Nova. Alguns discos do trio foram lançados,em 1953, pelo selo Musidisc, destacando-se a primeira gravação de Duas Contas, a única música que é cantada. Fafá Lemos é quem canta.
Depois entraria Johnny Alf e a história fica ainda melhor. Quando a bossa nova foi lançada oficialmente, em 1958, a base já estava toda pronta.
Cleber

zecalouro on Friday, 17 November, 2006
Cleber,
Bem lembrado. Muita gente considera essa formação com o Garoto, Fafa e Oswaldinho como o Trio Surdina, que na verdade teve várias formações e parecia ser de propriedade da Musidisc. Só gravaram – e bastante – pela Musidisc.
Existem outros LPs anteriores, talvez seja possível que algum esteja com o violão do Garoto.
Veremos.
Grande Abraço, zeca

Daniella Thompson on Friday, 17 November, 2006
No, Trio Surdina was not Nilo Sergio creation, and the name did not come from him but from the radio program on which the trio first played. The real Trio Surdina (i.e., the first formation) recorded only in 1952-53. You can read about it here:
http://daniellathompson.com/Texts/Ary_Barroso/Trio_Surdina.htm

melômano on Saturday, 21 July, 2007
Caro Zeca, o arquivo não se encontra mais disponível no rapidshare. O que houve? Será possível repostá-lo, por gentileza? gratíssimo de antemão e parabéns pelas seleções geniais.

Nicolas on Thursday, 06 March, 2008
Hello,
and thank you VERY much for your great work !
I want to say that I really do appreciate the Trio Surdina and more music by these musicians would be a great present for me.
Cordially,
Nicolas





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Les 4 Cadillacs – Les 4 Cadillacs (1963)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 03 de outubro 2007.
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Hello, good evening! Let’s start today with a group that started as “trial” and now is a real mania among Loronixers, I’m talking about Les 4 Cadillacs, another nice creation of Musidisc owner Nilo Sergio. We have already three Les 4 Cadillacs albums available at Loronix, and this one is perhaps the best one, being also the most popular, perhaps by the cover showing these four Cadillacs. Let’s see.

This is Les 4 Cadillacs – Les 4 Cadillacs (1963), for Musidisc. We have a major change on our Les 4 Cadillacs sequel, in addition to the band leader, the legendary Ed Lincoln at the piano, vinylmaniac provided a couple of days ago the identification of the three other Cadillacs, thanks vinylmaniac! They are: Durval Ferreira (guitar), Luis Marinho (bass) and Wilson das Neves (drums). This is an awesome revelation.

Tracks include
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Personnel

Ed Lincoln
(piano)

Durval Ferreira
(guitar)

Luis Marinho
(bass)

Wilson das Neves
(drums)


Track List

01 – Buenas Noches Mi Amor (H. Giraud / M. Fontenoy)
02 – Mondo Cane (More) (N. Oliviero / R. Ortolani / N. Ciorciolini)
03 – Legata Ad Un Granello Di Sabbia (N. Fidenco / F. D. Marchetti)
04 – Autumn In Rome (A. C. Cicognini / P. Weston / S. Cahn)
05 – Dearly Beloved (J. Kern)
06 – Canto o Fado (João Nobre)
07 – Soy Un Extraño (Gonzalo Curiel)
08 – Na Madrugada (Nilo Sergio)
09 – I Left My Heart In San Francisco (Cross / Cory)
10 – Scusame (Malgoni / Perone)
11 – Call Me Irresponsible (J. V. Heusen / S. Cahn)
12 – Rome Adventur (Hugo / Luigi / Weiss)

4 Comentários originais:

Elso Legey said…
Zeca, I am extremely happy that you have posted another Les 4 Cadillacs LP. I love this one a lot. I should add I think there must be another Les 4 Cadillacs Lp release showing 4 Cadillacs printed on its cover. Am I wrong assuming this? Thank you for being so kind as to publish albums requested by all of us, Brazilian Music Lovers.
Friday, 05 October, 2007

cvllos said…
Zeca, ainda que mal o pergunte…para “jazzmaníacos” essa medicação tem contra-indicações??? Se vc me entende…
Friday, 05 October, 2007

Alessandro said…
Zeca, uma correção: a formação dos 4 Cadillacs era o Ed Lincoln, Wilson das Neves, Marinho e na guitarra o Waltel Branco, 0 guitarrista de quase todas as pequenas formações da Musidisc na época.
Abraço, Alessandro Gamo.
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

Anonymous said…
Hace poco yo compré un disco de Les 4 Cadillacs que no es el que postearon, o sea que Legey está en lo cierto! Hay otro disco de esta banda en el caul aparecen 4 cadillacs blancos.
Monday, 08 June, 2009





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quarta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2012

Antonino Pellicciari (Maestro Aecio Flavio) e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 02 de outubro 2007.
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Hello, good evening! Let’s start today showing an album released by this tiny, but legendary and influential label Paladium, a favorite of 10 among 10 serious Bossa Nova collectors. Palladium was the first recording label established in the state of Minas Gerais, working close with Minas Gerais artists at the beginning of their career. However, these artists are not credited on Paladium albums with their real artistic names, such as this album, a very early recording by an obscure Antonino Pellicciari, which is in fact the renowned Maestro Aecio Flavio.

These findings are being revealed by our friend vinylmaniac at CBox and several Paladium collectors, such like Marcelo “Sambassonic” Munhoz cannot wait to hear the next finding by vinylmaniac. This is the reason why I’m posting this album in the Para Dancar style, how could I know that Antonino Pellicciari was Maestro Aecio Flavio nickname. Let’s see.

This is Antonino Pellicciari e Seu Conjunto – MGL Apresenta Sucessos do Momento (1963), for Paladium, featuring Maestro Aecio Flavio as Antonino Pellicciari. This album was one of the first ones released by Paladium, directed by Maestro Edmundo Peruzzi, which will be the next Paladium release at Loronix.

Tracks include:

01 – Samba da Madrugada (Dora Lopes / Carminha Mascarenhas / Herotides)
02 – Bom Dia Café (Victor Simon)
03 – Bambolê (Victor Simon)
04 – Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
05 – Ôba (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia)
06 – Bahia Feliz (Vicente Paiva / Jairo Argileo)
07 – Trovador de Toledo (Gilberto Becaud)
08 – Cubanacan (Moisés Simons / Sauvat / Chamfleury)
09 – Stela By Starlight (V. Young / N. Washington)
10 – Please (L. Robin / R. Rainger)
11 – Berioska (Adpt. Antoninho Pellicciari)
12 – Diane (E. Rapee / L. Pollack) Charmaine (E. Rapee / L. Pollack)


Martoni:
No Orfãos do Loronix podemos ler que o amigo Augusto do Toque Musical afirma que Antoninho Pellicciari é, de fato, o maestro Edmundo Peruzzi, leiam mais aqui.


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Delano (also known as Geraldo Vespar) | Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio – Bronzes & Cristais (1963)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 01 de outubro 2007.
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Hello, good evening! Let’s start this Monday with another album sponsored by zecalouro’s mother, which is gradually becoming a great finder. Mon has been delivering solid records, presenting this time an artist and an orchestra never released before at Loronix. Let’s see.

This is Delano | Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio – Bronzes & Cristais (1963), for Copacanana, featuring the Brazilian guitarist Delano backed by Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio with arrangements by Maestro Guerra Peixe and Pachequinho. I never heard about Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio, however, my searches results in two additional albums, each one with a different main performer, such as this one with Delano. The others are Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio em Hollywood featuring Ronnie Will and Orquestra Milionarios Del Rio em Hollywood Vol. 2, featuring Chaim Lewak, the legendary pianist. Maestros Guerra Peixe and Pachequinho deliver nice orchestra arrangements to back Delano guitar. Remaining personnel is not credited.

Tracks include:

01 – Bronzes e Cristais (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Nazareno de Brito)
02 – Et Maintenant (E Agora) (Gilbert Bécaud / P. Delanoe)
03 – It Happened In Athenas (M. Hadjidakis / C. Haldeman)
04 – Swedish Rhapsody (C. Wildman)
05 – Georgia On My Mind (H. Carmichael)
06 – Come September (Quando Setembro Vier) (B. Darin)
07 – Balada do Amor Sublime (Luis Vieira)
08 – Autumn Love Song (Canção de Outono) (Vaughn / Wood)
09 – Tema de Meia-noite (Nazareno de Brito)
10 – The Bird Man (E. Bernstein / M. David)
11 – A Mesma Rosa Amarela (Capiba / Carlos Penna Filho)
12 – Stranger On The Shore (A. Bilk / R. Mellin)


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Anonymous said…
Aqui é Geraldo Vespar como solista
Ele gravou com o nome de Delano, tem outro disco que ele gravou com o nome Gerard
To esperando o email do caetano…o disco do Messias interpreta Burt Bacharah….lembra
Tuesday, 02 October, 2007





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terça-feira, 28 de agosto de 2012

Zezinho e Seu Conjunto – Zezinho e Seu Sombalanço (1965)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 30 de outubro 2007.
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Here we go on another record kindly sent by tcisalpino, which is so far our consistent FLAC contributor. tcisalpino makes something different, instead of a reposting he brings a LP never released before at Loronix, a nice and very solid album. Let’s see.

This is Zezinho e Seu Conjunto – Zezinho e Seu Sombalanco (1965), for Chantecler. First thing, a few other artists with the name “Zezinho” exist, this Zezinho should not be taken as Zezinho from Zezinho e Os Copacabanas or Zezinho, the bass player. Jose Batista da Silva Junior (Zezinho) is a pianist and arranger, being an active musician since the 50′s.

He recorded four albums for Chantecler, being this one his debut LP. Zezinho plays piano and makes arrangements for Zezinho e Seu Sambalanco delivering above the average instrumental renditions to Bossa Nova standards and some unknown tunes. Strongly recommended.

Tracks include:


Personnel

Zezinho
(piano, arrangements)

Lula
(piston)

Sehittino
(sax tenor)

Ditinho
(trombone)

Cacau
(guitar)

Gerson
(bass at The Blues Walk and Abre Ala)

Capacete
(bass)

Jurandir
(drums)

Turquinho, Nascimento, Carlinhos, Lourinho
(rhythm section)



Track List

01 – Não Me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luis Soberano / João Correia da Silva)
02 – Pra Seu Governo (Haroldo Lobo / Milton de Oliveira)
03 – Rosinha no Balanço (Felippe Tedesco / Mário Gennari Filho)
04 – Xiborena (Tabú / Fernando Marcel)
05 – Melancolia (Denis Brean)
06 – Abre Ala (B. Lobo / Inha / Belém)
07 – The Blues Walk (C. Brown)
08 – O Balanço da Menina (Jucata)
09 – Samba de Verão (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
10 – Garota Moderna (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
11 – Sambou Sambou (João Mello / João Donato)
12 – Arrastão (Edu Lobo / Vinicius de Moraes)

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pawlyshyn said…
Sounds interesting. By the way, in case anyone’s wondering, “piston” actually translates as flugelhorn.
Tuesday, 02 October, 2007

bossanovadreamer said…
Yes , this is a really fine album.I like it since I listened to it in the past bought.
This is fantastiv to see it now at Loronix-
Great work Zeca
Best wishes
Tuesday, 02 October, 2007





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segunda-feira, 27 de agosto de 2012

Carmen Miranda – A Pequena Notável (no date)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 30 de setembro 2007.
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Hello, good evening! Nice Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, a perfect weather with the sun between clouds. I had a really pleasant day with Mon, Daddy, Brothers and my other birds, Juca, Juliana, Lila, Julinha. Anyway, perfect day. Among Mom contributions, I found this one, an album that I did not know the existence that fits perfect to address a demand of many Loronixers for Carmen Miranda. Let’s see.

This is Carmen Miranda – A Pequena Notavel (no date), for MIS. Although a true Brazilian popular music legend, I never found a record featuring Carmen Miranda with this kind of detail. There are several compilations available, but they are always assembled with no criterion, additional information and chronological standpoint.

This one is different, released under a careful research by MIS and features Carmem Miranda backed by Pixinguinha, Benedito Lacerda, Simon Boutman, Conjunto Odeon, Barbosa Junior, Luperce Miranda and others. The recordings were taken from the years of Carmen Miranda in Brazil before she made her move to the US, with the exception of track 11 – Disseram que Voltei Americanizada. If you are among the group of many friends waiting for Carmen Miranda, the waiting is over.

Tracks include:

01 – Cachorro Vira-lata (Alberto Ribeiro) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional de Benedito Lacerda (1937)
02 – Camisa Listrada (Assis Valente) – Featuring: Grupo da Odeon (1937)03 – Eu Dei (Ary Barroso) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional (1937)04 – Quem É (Custódio Mesquita / Juraci Camargo) – Featuring: Barbosa Júnior e Grupo da Odeon (1937)
05 – Deixa Falar (Nelson Petersen) – Featuring: Ary Barroso (introdução falada) e Orquestra Odeon (1938)
06 – Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso) – Featuring: Orquestra Odeon (Reg. Simon Bountman) (no date)
07 – Me Dá Me Dá (Portello Juno / Cícero Nunes) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional de Benedito Lacerda (1937)
08 – Como “Vaes” Você (Ary Barroso) – Featuring Conjunto Regional de Pixinguinha e Luperce Miranda (1936)09 – E o Mundo Não Se Acabou (Assis Valente) – Featuring: Conjunto Regional (1938)
10 – Na Bahia (Herivelto Martins / Humberto Porto) – Featuring: Trio Dalva de Oliveira e Conjunto Regional (1938)
11 – Disseram Que Voltei Americanizada (Vicente Paiva / Luis Peixoto) – Featuring:Conjunto Odeon (1940)12 – No Tabuleiro da Baiana (Luis Barbosa) – Featuring: Luperce Miranda e Seu Conjunto (1936)



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III Loronix Singles & EPs Festival – Os Cariocas & Elis Regina

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 237 de agosto 2007, ou seja exatamente 5 anos atraz.
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Yesterday’s III Loronix Singles Festival had no feedback, perhaps I need to fine tune my picks and that’s what I’m trying to accomplish with the III Loronix EP Festival, featuring two artists with great popularity among Loronixers. Let’s see.





This is Os Cariocas – Os Cariocas de Quatrocentas Bossas (1965), for Philips, the “reduced” version of the homonymous LP, one of the Os Cariocas albums that I like most and one of the nicest covers so far at Loronix.

Tracks include:

01 – Preciso Aprender a Ser So (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
02 – Sabe Voce (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 – Gente (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
04 – Carro de Boi (Mauricio Tapajos / Antonio Carlos de Brito)


Now we are going with four Elis Regina records in a row, one EP and three singles, as follows:





 

This is Elis Regina – Elis Regina (1971), EP, for Philips, with arrangements by Cesar Carmargo Mariano with tracks taken from ELIS (1971).

Tracks include:

01 – Osanah
02 – Nada Sera Como Antes
03 – A Filha de Chico Bento
04 – Casa no Campo

 
 
 

 
This is Elis Regina – Elis Regina (1965), single, for Philips, featuring Arrastao, winner of I Festival de Musica Popular Brasileira.

Tracks include:

01 – Arrastao
02 – Aleluia



 



This is Elis Regina – Elis Regina (1966), single, for Philips, featuring Saveiros and Canto Triste from I Festival Internacional da Cancao Popular.

Tracks include:

01 – Saveiros
02 – Canto Triste


 
 

 
This is the great close with the one that I like most, a single, recorded live at Teatro Record, Sao Paulo.

Tracks include:

01 – Canto de Ossanha
02 – Rosa Morena



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Luiz said…
Essa gravação de Arrastão com Elis Regina não é a original do festival da Excelsior. Foi gravada no programa O Fino da Bossa na TV Record e é acompanhada pelo Zimbo trio.
Monday, 27 August, 2007





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domingo, 26 de agosto de 2012

Toninho Horta – Diamond Land (1989)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 30 de setembro 2007.
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Here we have an artist that everybody asks for an album at Loronix. It took a long time until we have the necessary to make available one of his works, but the long waiting really worth, this is one of the best albums recorded by Toninho Horta and it is amazing that Diamond Land never had a CD issue, being out of print on “CD era”, at least the far as I could search.

This is Toninho Horta – Diamond Land (1989), for Philips, featuring a true legend of the Brazilian guitar, Toninho Horta, backed by several renowned musicians, including the acclaimed Wayne Shorter.

It’s very hard to describe Toninho Horta, so I’m taking the liner notes of Diamond Land, written by Pat Metheny. I could never make better.

“Musicians everywhere love Toninho Horta’s songs. Through his work with Milton Nascimento, his own recordings and the cover versions of his tunes that have appeared on various albums throughout the past decade or so, Toninho has emerged as one of the most harmonically sophisticated and melodically satisfying Brazilian composers of recent times.
Somehow, he writes chord progressions that defy gravity, moving up when you think they’re going down. His melodies stay with you for days; you’re sure you’ve heard them before, but they are brand new. And as an arranger, he’s a master. (Not just with his own music either – check out what he does here with “Diamond Land”). As a guitarist, he’s one of the world’s great “compers” on viola. (That’s a nylon-string guitar to us gringos). He plays such great voicings with such a cool time feel… (I’ve often described him to other musicians as the Herbie Hancock of Bossa Nova guitarists). His love of jazz guitar playing is well represented here, as is his excellent singing.
In short, Toninho Horta is an incredible musician, the rare guitarist who understand harmony in its most intimate ways and – above all – one of the finest and gentlest people I’ve ever had the good fortune of knowing. This record, DIAMOND LAND, is a great addition to Toninho’s ongoing work, and will also serve as an excellent introduction to those listeners not yet familiar with his music.”-Pat Metheny

Tracks include:



Personnel

Marcio Mallard, Jacques Morelenbaum
(cello)

Armando Marcal
(percussion)

Marcio Montarroyos
(trumpet, flugelhorn)

Nivaldo Ornelas, Mauro Senise, Carlos Watkins
(sax)

Giancarlo Pareschi
(spalla)

Arlindo Penteado, Frederick Stephany
(viola)

Jose de Aguiar Ribeiro
(cymbals)

Robertinho Silva
(percussion, drums)

Ronaldo, Wanderley Silva, Laudir de Oliveira
(percussion)

Victor Santos, Robertinho Brant, Ricardo Villas, Paula Morelenbaum, Andrea Daltro, Quique Azambuja, Maria Fattoruso, Silvana Matta, Nelson Angelo, Bepa Nobile, Joyce
(vocals)

Flavio Venturini
(synthesizer, vocals)

Alfredo Vidal
(violin)

Arthur Maia, Iuri Popoff, Nico Assumpcao, Jamil Joanes
(bass)

Felipe Doyle
(horn)

Paulo Guimaraes
(flute)

KenwoodDennard, Teo Lima
(drums)

Helvius Vilela
(synthesizer)

Jim Beard
(keyboards)

Hugo Fatturuso
(synthesizer, vocal)

Toninho Horta
(synthesizer, vocal, guitar, violao, arrangements)

Wayne Shorter
(sax)


 Track List

01 – Mountain Flight (Toninho Horta)
02 – Ballad For Zawinul (Iuri Popoff)
03 – Raul (Toninho Horta)
04 – Girassol (Lô Borges / Márcio Borges)
05 – Luisa (Toninho Horta)
06 – From The Lonely Afternoous (Milton Nascimento / Fernando Brant)
07 – Pilar (Toninho Horta)
08 – Waiting For Ângela (Toninho Horta)
09 – Diamond Land (Diamantina) (Juarez Moreira)
10 – Beijo Partido (Broken Kiss) (Toninho Horta) with Joyce



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Anonymous said…
Assisti óntem, o Programa Ensaio com Toninho Horta…muito bom!!!
Providencial, este álbum.
Bjsss
Patrícia
Sunday, 30 September, 2007

Moos said…
all very relaxed this weekend, what happened to our Samba saturday ?
Sunday, 30 September, 2007

nardew said…
Thank you for this album of my favourite guitarist – especially for lossles and covers.
Sunday, 30 September, 2007

maurício said…
“Diamond Land” is a very nice TH album, one of my favourites from him. Unfortunatelly, this one is out of print, and this post is really very special. Congratulations.
Maurício Gouvêa / Brazil
Sunday, 30 September, 2007

Luiz Monteiro said…
De fato, houve sim uma reedição em CD, nos EUA, desse álbum. Polygram/Verve Label number 835.183-2 91988).
Sunday, 30 September, 2007

Luiz Monteiro said…
De fato, houve sim uma reedição em CD, nos EUA, desse álbum. Polygram/Verve Label number 835.183-2 (1988).
Sunday, 30 September, 2007

maurício said…
Luiz, it’s really true that TH had “Diamond Land” issued on CD in US. The “Verve Forecast” label released other two amazing TH albums: “Moonstone” (with Pat Metheny on one track) and “Once I Loved” (with Billy Higgins and Gary Peacock). All of them had CD issues in the past, but are out of print worldwide, as far i am concerned. That’s the reason this post is very special.
Maurício Gouvêa / Brazil
Monday, 01 October, 2007

nardew said…
If someone is interested,i have following Toninho albums to post, let me know:
-Durango Kid
-Durango Kid 2
-Foot On The Road
-Moonstone
-O Pe No Forro
-Once I Loved
-Serenade
-Toninho Horta
-e Orquestra Fantasma – Terra dos Passaros
Monday, 01 October, 2007

Anonymous said…
toninho horta is the best guitarist i ever heard
and you…. my friend ….you are amazing…thanks for the post…and the covers are really great
could you post “once i loved” cd please….
and Durango kid 1….
I really want to Know more music about toninho….so please post more disc!!
thanks!!!!
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

a13gusto7 said…
(Nardew: Please my friend, post “Once i loved” ) i hope you read this:
toninho horta is the best guitarist i ever heard…and you….you are “amazing”, thanks for this post…the covers are great
could you post “once i loved”cd and “Durango Kid1″…i love toninho´s kind of music….so please my friend… dont forget to post more discs of toninho….
thanks a lot!!!!!
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

a13gusto7 said…
To Nardew.Pra Nardew.Para Nardew
Please my friend post “Once i loved” and “Durango Kid1″
i didnt find these cds anywhere…so plese!!!
more people have to know who is toninho
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

a13gusto7 said…
to Zecalouro
I cry when i saw the comment of nardew :
he said that he have more discs of toninho
he have “Once i loved” …disc that i was looking for.
i dont know how to tell him that hi have to post these cds
So if you could Zecalouro…
if you could tell him about these post… please!
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

nardew said…
If Zecaluro agree i can put rapidshare links (or some other upload service) here so everyone can download it.
I will do it in the next couple of days.
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

zecalouro said…
I prefer that you do not share these links at Loronix, please. It’s very important that we only share not commercially available music and it seems these albums are still in-print.
Cheers, zeca
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

nardew said…
No problem, zeca.
Your blog is greatest.
Cheers!
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

a13gusto7 said…
and now?? what happen with once i loved?
it means that i still waiting for a looong time????for this post??
i feel sad
Nardew if you post toninho´s cd in other blog or site….please let me know…
thanks
Zeca your blog is amazing
Tuesday, 09 October, 2007

Bill Barnard said…
This is a lovely recording. I’ve been listening to it since I was introduced to it in the early 90′s. Thanks Toninho!
Sunday, 24 August, 2008





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