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 ,

terça-feira, 19 de fevereiro de 2013

Araken Peixoto – Um Piston Dentro da Noite (1986)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 21 de fevereiro 2008.
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 Araken Peixoto Barros
* Niteroi, 1931
† Rio de Janeiro, 19 februari 2008



Araken Peixoto, 77, died in the afternoon of Tuesday (19), in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro


Araken Peixoto was an acclaimed pistonist, brother of pianist Moacyr Peixoto and Cauby Peixoto.

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Loronix tribute brings one out of several albums released by Araken Peixoto at Eldorado Label in the 80′s, which is Araken Peixoto – Um Piston Dentro da Noite (1986), with the participation of Moacyr Peixoto.


Tracks:

01 - As Times Goes By
02 - Who Needs Forever
03 - Nature Boy
04 - Estate
05 - You're my Thrill
06 - It Ain't Necessarily So
07 - Someone to Watch Over Me
08 - Bewitched
09 - Flamingo
10 - You must Believe in Spring
11 - Bonita
 


7 Comentários originais:

Hideste said…
Oi Zeca !
Valeu pela homenagem ao Araken. E já que vc tocou no nome do Cauby, porque não lançar algo dele aqui no Loronix, também ?! Infelizmente não posso oferecer ajuda nesse tópico, não tenho nadinha dele, mas deixo a sugestão.
Abração !
Sunday, 24 February, 2008

Hideste said…
Oooops, esqueci de comentar outra coisa: coincidência ou foi de propósito os discos do Araken e do Cyro saírem juntos aqui no blog ? Afinal, salvo engano, o Cyro era tio do Araken !!!
Abração !
Sunday, 24 February, 2008

zecalouro said…
Mestre Hideste (viu?) Foi apenas coincidencia, tão grande que só agora com o seu comentário que pude perceber a associação.
Quanto ao Cauby, estava apenas esperando alguém falar. Tenho algo dele aqui, uma daquelas coletânias de 78rpm da Victor, o que me parece uma boa pedida.
Abraços, zeca
Sunday, 24 February, 2008

cvllos said…
Zeca, tem o vloume 2! Está ‘as ordens.
Mas e o da familia? Existe o LP…
Monday, 25 February, 2008

zecalouro said…
A série do Piston Dentro da Noite vai até ao número 5, tenho o segundo cvllos, obrigadão pela oferta.
Acho que não tenho do terceiro em diante.
Abraços, zeca
Monday, 25 February, 2008

Hideste said…
Obrigado pelo ‘mestre’, Zeca. Fico envergonhado com a deferência…
Mas, voltando ao Cauby, por mim tá valendo uma coletânea dessas. Eu nunca ouvi Cauby 78rpm, fiquei curioso. Manda bala !!!
Vi q vc tirou aquele link “send Zecalouro a big file” do blog. Como faço para te mandar um arquivo com Quinteto Armorial ?
(note que ainda insisto um pouco mais para q vc conheça algo do trabalho deles e, quem sabe, prestigie-os no Loronix – merecem !)
Abração !!!!
Tuesday, 26 February, 2008

zecalouro said…
Sumo Sacerdote Hideste, o disco dos 78rpms do Cauby é mesmo interessante, aqui a capa, ó: capa.
Quanto ao send a big file, todo dia lembro de colocar de volta e todo o dia esqueço de fazer, você pode encontrar aqui ó: mailbigfile.
Abraços, zeca
Tuesday, 26 February, 2008

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sexta-feira, 15 de fevereiro de 2013

Codó – Codó e o Violão | Serie Talento Brasileiro 3 (1977)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 20 de fevereiro 2008.
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Hello, good evening! I want start the day with a great find, courtesy zecalouro’s mother, gradually improving her contributions and now deserves the title of a good vinyl hunter. She comes this time showing an important musician never released before at Loronix, Clodoaldo Brito, widely known as Codo, a Brazilian guitarist and composer from the state of Bahia. Codo had a active career as musician, recording eight albums as main performer, two singles and more than 90 compositions.
Let’s see.

This is Codo – Codo e o Violao | Serie Talento Brasileiro 3 (1977), for CID, featuring six instrumental renditions of Brazilian standards and six Codo compositions, the ones that I like most. Codo delivers a unique playing style, accompanied by not credited musicians. My highlight goes to 07 – Brincando com as Cordas (Codo), which is the selected Loronix Preview Center track. I’m convinced everybody should have a solid entertainment with this first album and Codo forthcoming releases at Loronix.

Tracks include:

01 – Quadradinho (Codó)
02 – Viola Enluarada (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
03 – Beija-me (Roberto Martins / Mário Rossi)
04 – Aos Pés da Cruz (Zé da Zilda / Marino Pinto)
05 – Gamadinho (Codó)
06 – Capoeira Três (Codó)
07 – Brincando Com as Cordas (Codó)
08 – Samba Mesmo (Codó)
09 – Confinça (Alcebíades Nogueira / Luis de França)
10 – Alegria Alegria (Caetano Veloso)
11 – Canção de Amor (Elano de Paula / Chocolate)
12 – Minha Favela (Codó / Francisco Dias Pinto)


2 Comentários originais:

Anonymous said…
valeu Loro, Codó tem choros para violão muito bonitos!
Hélio
Thursday, 21 February, 2008

Guilherme said…
Loro,
Sensacional esse disco do Codó !!! Aqui todo dia a gente se depara com discos incríveis, é muito gostoso descobrir coisas novas com tanta qualidade, é um mundo que está se abrindo para mim !!! Eu não tinha noção da grandiosidade da música brasileira. MUITO OBRIGADO.
Friday, 22 February, 2008


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Jacques Klein – Musicas de Dorival Caymmi na Interpretação de Jacques Klein (1953)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 14 de fevereiro 2008.
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Every time I think I know everything about Brazilian music, I find something that tells me that I have a lot to learn. This album is a perfect example, featuring an artist that I never heard about, but with a prolific discography and several contributions as sideman on other artist albums.
Let’s see.

This is Jacques Klein – Musicas de Dorival Caymmi na Interpretacao de Jacques Klein (1953), for Sinter, which is the fifth album released by Sinter in the 10-inch format. Jacques Klein is a pianist with a classical background, being the winner of 1955 Harriet Cohen contest in London as the best pianist of that year.

This album brings Jacques Klein accompanied by drums and bass performing instrumental renditions of Dorival Caymmi music, including two compositions where Jacques Klein is listed as Dorival Caymmi’s partner, 02 – Tao So and 07 – Nessa Rua Tao Deserta. The vinyl was on a terrible shape and you will notice eventual noise, so take it for its importance and the chance to list at Loronix a new artist with an important contribution to Brazilian music.

Tracks include:



Personnel

Jacques Klein
(piano)


 Vidal
(bass)

 Trinca
(drums)




Track List

01 – Dora (Dorival Caymmi)
02 – Tão Só (Dorival Caymmi / Jacques Klein / Carlos Guinle)
03 – Não Tem Solução (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle)
04 – Valerá a Pena (Dorival Caymmi)
05 – Marina (Dorival Caymmi)
06 – Nem Eu (Dorival Caymmi)
07 – Nesta Rua Tão Deserta (Dorival Caymmi / Jacques Klein / Carlos Guinle / Hugo Lima)
08 – João Valentão (Dorival Caymmi)


Obs: O arquivo tem duas versões do disco: uma com filtro para redução de ruídos e a original, com bastante ruído.

3 Comentários originais:

cvllos said…
Excelente interprete e post, Zeca! Gratissimo! Uma copia vai para meu amigo Haniel, do AND, amigo pessoal do Jacques.
Friday, 15 February, 2008

cvllos said…
Zeca, desculpe pelo complemento: na realidade esse é o 2o Jacques Klein, do Loro. O primeiro apareceu no “Recordando Carlinhos Guinle”, um E X C E L E N T E lp, com notáveis interpretaçoes do Luiz Eça, Tereza Souza Campos (quem diria, grande voz, sensivel interpretaçao!), Caymmi e Sylvinha Telles. Quem perdeu…corra atrás!
Friday, 15 February, 2008

Anonymous said…
I am very happy to find this recording of Jacques Klein as I was a close friend of his. We used to play classical music together and I have never heard a pianist play like him ever since. His musical spirit and his ability to produce so many colors with the piano was outstanding and comparable to Arturo Benedetti-Michelangeli maybe. I hope to find more recordings of him. If there is anybody who could help me I would appreciate very much.
Wolfgang Steinke, Switzerland
(mailto:
steinke07@freesurf.ch)
Monday, 18 February, 2008


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quarta-feira, 13 de fevereiro de 2013

Henri Salvador – Dans Mon Ile Nr. 3 (1958)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 15 de fevereiro 2008.
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Henri Salvador
* Cayenne, Frans-Guyana, 18 juli 1917
† Parijs, 13 februari 2008





This is a very special gift that our community received today by our friend Cyril Morana from France. I don’t know how to express myself to show my gratitude to receive this really special record on such important day.

Cyril says he is very sad with Henri Salvador passing last Wednesday and I join him on his feelings for the lost of a true genius of planet Earth music.

This is Henri Salvador – Dans Mon Ile Nr. 3 (1958), for Barclay, in the 45rpm EP format, featuring Dans Mon Ile, a very important song that influenced Brazilian music and Bossa Nova, according with Antonio Carlos Jobim and many others.

Henri Salvador performs Dans Mon Ile and it is the definitive version among many others I have heard so far. I’m really glad to read the feedback given to yesterday’s tribute to Henri Salvador and with Cyril’s help I think we now have the tribute Henri Salvador deserves. The music is available as a direct link to everybody.

Tracks include:

01 – Dans mon île (Maurice Pon / H. Salvador)
02 – Marianne (Terry Gilkyson / F. Miller / R. Dehr / J. Larue)
03 – Mathilda (H. Thomas / F. Bonifay)
04 – Je peux pas travailler (Boris Vian / Salvador)


3 Comentários originais:

afroquarius said…
I only heard a couple songs of Henri Salvador’s from this “Jazz in Paris” compilation album. I’m saddened to hear he passed away. But thanks Loronix, for sharing this little 3 song EP of his.
R.I.P Henri Salvador.
Friday, 15 February, 2008

Anonymous said…
Henri Salavdor falava que quando Tom Jobim ouviu a musica “Dans mon ile” ele pensou “isso que tem que fazer, afrouxar o tempo do samba e por uma bonita melodia e belos acordos por cima”.
Caetano Veloso canto esta musica no album Outras Palavras
“Voilà ce qu’il faut faire” s’était dit Carlos Jobim en écoutant “Dans mon île”, racontait Henri Salvador. “Ralentir le tempo de la samba et mettre une jolie mélodie et de beaux accords dessus. Donc, je suis à l’origine de la bossa-nova sans l’avoir voulu.”
Saturday, 16 February, 2008

Tombom said…
Henri Salvador was a great artist, entertainer/chansonnier, marvelous singer/composer and one of the most important 20th century genius of popular music!
Excuse me… but… Mr. Henri Salvador didn’t “create” or “inspire” the Bossa Nova movement. In fact, he included the Bossa Bova beat style in several own songs… after 1958 (official year of the birth of Bossa Nova in Rio de Janeiro…).
Ask about it to Mr. Ruy Castro… the writer of “Chega de Saudade”, the best book of Bossa Nova history.
I don’t want to create polemics… I just want to know the true about this fact. And I always love Henri Salvador musical work and his swinging voice. He deserves all my révérence and love.
Sunday, 17 February, 2008



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segunda-feira, 11 de fevereiro de 2013

Dick Farney Trio – Concerto de Jazz Ao Vivo (1973)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 15 de fevereiro 2008.
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JOAO-SP sent us this great Dick Farney album, a missing piece on Dick Farney discography at Loronix.

Here we have Dick Farney as pianist, not as a singer, performing renditions of international standards. I could not identify where this recording session took place, but my best guess it was at Auditorio do Globo, since the photos are credited to O Globo, a newspaper based in Rio de Janeiro.

By the way, it is unbelievable that all Dick Farney career albums are not available commercially.
Let’s see.

This is Dick Farney Trio – Concerto de Jazz ao Vivo (1973), for London, featuring Dick Farney Trio performing live for the first time with a formation that brings two Jongo Trio musicians and also two active Dick Farney collaborators of many 70′s releases, Antonio Pinheiro Filho, also known as Toninho and Sebastiao Oliveira da Paz, the legendary Saba. If you are in the mood of listening a Jazz concert, featuring three great musicians performing a repertoire of standards with lots of improvisations, this is the album you were waiting for. Thanks once again JOAO-SP for this always surprising and never end set of albums you kindly sent to Loronix community.

Tracks include:


Personnel

DICK FARNEY TRIO

Dick Farney
(piano)
Toninho
(drums)
Saba
(bass)
 

Track List

01 – Perdido (Tizo / Lengsfelder / Drake)
02 – Thank You (Dziekuje) (Dave Brubeck)
03 – When Lights Are Low (Carter / Williams)
04 – Cute (N. Hefti)
05 – The Shadow Of Your Smile (J. Mandel / Paul Francis Webster)
06 – These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) (Strachey / Link / Marvell)
07 – Someday My Prince Will Come (Churchill / Morey)


3 Comentários originais:

Roque said…
Nussa cara, andei anos atrás desse disco e já tinha perdido as esperanças… que bela descoberta! Valeu, muito obrigado!
Sunday, 22 June, 2008

Fabio said…
Finnaly found it… Thanks!!!
Sunday, 06 July, 2008

daniel prieto said…
Busqué este disco durante años. En mi casa de infancia sonaba mucho (Amigos, con ustedes Dickey Farney Trio!).
Muchos recuerdos bonitos. Muchas gracias.
Muito obrigado!
Wednesday, 17 December, 2008



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sábado, 9 de fevereiro de 2013

Sambistas da Guanabara – Show de Samba Vol. 2 (1964)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 11 de fevereiro 2008.
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Martoni: esta capa não é uma outra capa para o mesmo disco.
É a capa de Sambistas da Guanabara - Show de Samba (Vol. 1)
Este disco tambem está no RF&E, vejam aqui.


Hello, good evening! I use to follow a classification of the music made available at Loronix, this is important to address several audiences. We have instrumental music, Choro, Samba, Para Dancar, MPB, singers, divas, orchestra among others.

This is the first orchestra album made available in 2008 and it is a repost of an early contribution of the mighty Caetano Rodrigues. Actually, I thought it was not a repost, since both covers are really different, being the second one by Caetano Rodrigues and the first by zecalouro.


I think Caetano’s cover is the best one and so far I did not understand why Odeon released both covers. I’m making the original text written in January 2008. Let’s see.

Wow! A Sunday of Caetano’s contribution and now a really different Samba with orchestra LP. I appreciate the LPs with Samba rhythms and orchestra arrangements. Maestro Portinho is the one that deliver the best results in my opinion. I will never forget a release available at Loronix with
Portinho making a Tribute to Noel Rosa, a perfect example of Samba with Orchestra.
Let’s see what Caetano shows now to Loronixers.

This is Os Sambistas da Guanabara – Show de Samba Volume 2 (1964), for Odeon. In spite of this breathtaking cover artwork, that takes me several samples to achieve a great result, this LP is more oriented to what is used to call as the Samba made by the “Malandros”, hard to explain in English, so I will ask the help of Wikipedia to define it. The music is different in terms of the highlight given to specific percussion instruments, such as: tamborim, pandeiro, reco-reco, cuica, etc. including some solos. Take a look at the Malandro definition, just bellow.

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Malandragem is a Brazilian Portuguese term for the Bohemian lifestyle – an ethos of idleness, fast living and petty crime – traditionally celebrated in samba lyrics. The exponent of this lifestyle, the malandro, has become significant to Brazilian national identity as a folk hero. Constantly present in Brazilian literature, besides other arts such as cinema and music, the malandro resembles the Italian Picaro, but, differently from this, he has a more criminal character, and frequently sees his espertos (Portuguese for smart) actions not working as expected.

01 – Bigorrilho (Sebastião Gomes / Paquito / Romeu Gentil)
02 – Falsa Baiana (Geraldo Pereira)
03 – Sa-saruê (Marino Pinto / Pernambuco)
04 – Eu Não Tenho Onde Morar (Dorival Caymmi)
05 – Provei (Noel Rosa / Vadico)
06 – Sal e Pimenta (Nazareno de Brito / Newton Ramalho)
07 – Berimbau (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
08 – Miss Balanço (Hélton Menezes)
09 – Mas Que Nada (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)
10 – Implorar (Kid Pepe / Germano Augusto / Gaspar)
11 – Está Nascendo Um Samba (Tito Madi / Romeo Nunes)
12 – O Orvalho Vem Caindo (Noel Rosa / Kid Pepe)



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Mauro R.V. said…
Grande disco! Adorei! )
Samba orquestrado é ótimo. É empolgante de ouvir e dançar.
Nada a dever ao swing das big-bands americanas, só que brasileiro e bem mais alegre e descontraido. Show!
Friday, 15 February, 2008


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Sambistas da Guanabara - Show de Samba (1961)

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Tracks:

01 - A Tua Vida e Um Segredo
02 - Se Voce Jurar
03 - Samba de Uma Nota Só
04 - O Apito no Samba
05 - O Amor e a Rosa
06 - Ate Amanha
07 - Na Baixa do Sapateiro
08 - Carinhoso
09 - Nao Tenho Lagrima
10 - Jura
11 - Com que Roupa
12 - Fita Amarela



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sexta-feira, 8 de fevereiro de 2013

Nana Caymmi – Nana (1977)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 11 de fevereiro 2008.
Comentários originais incluídos.

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I was googling something that I cannot remember this week when I found an article written by Aramis Millarch in 1977 at the great Tabloide Digital. Millarch said that Nana Caymmi was among the top five Brazilian singer and ironically she was widely unknown by the audience in Brazil. Immediately, I went to Loronix to Find It Nana Caymmi and I got surprised when Find It returned only one album, made available almost two years ago. It is necessary to bring Nana Caymmi to Loronix first page.
Let’s see.


This is Nana Caymmi – Nana (1977), for RCA Victor, featuring Joao Donato, Dori Caymmi, Durval Ferreira (diretor criativo) and Dorival Caymmmi as special guest on track 02 – Milagre. This is a beauty of an album recorded by a great singer with a great team of musicians. Most of these tunes are well known by Nana Caymmi and other artist’s performances with my highlights on 02 – Milagre, 05 – Falam de Mim, 08 – Cais and 09 – Se Queres Saber, which is the track listed at Loronix Preview Center.

Tracks include:




Personnel

Dori Caymmi
(arrangements, violao)


 Joao Donato
(piano)

 Ivan Lins
(piano, 11)

 Toninho Horta
(violao, 01)

 Novelli
(piano, 08)

 Luiz Alves
(bass)

 Robertinho Silva
(drums)

 Chico Batera, Ariovaldo
(percussion)

 Dorival Caymmi
(voice, 02)




Track List

01 – Dona Olimpia (Toninho Horta / Ronaldo Bastos)
02 – Milagre (Dorival Caymmi) with Dorival Caymmi
03 – Perdoa Meu Amor (Georges Moran / J. G. de Araújo Jorge)
04 – O Que Se Sabe de Cor (Fernando Leporace)
05 – Falam de Mim (Noel Rosa de Oliveira / Eden Silva / Aníbal Silva)
06 – Soneto à Mamá (Joan Manuel Serrat)
07 – Fingidor (Sueli Costa)
08 – Cais (Milton Nascimento / Ronaldo Bastos)
09 – Se Queres Saber (Peterpan)
10 – Meu Menino (Danilo Caymmi / Ana Terra)
11 – Não Há Lugar (Ivan Lins / Gilson Peranzzetta / Vitor Martins)
12 – Modinha (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)



5 Comentários originais:

Reco Reco (REC) said…
Seu Loro, Sabe tudo. Vc eh D+!!!! Soh tem vc, tah? Muito obrigado por essa edicao e por todas as outras.
Vida longa para o Loronix.
Tuesday, 12 February, 2008

icond said…
Great recording!!!Muito obrigado!
Tuesday, 26 February, 2008

Graça said…
Antes de qualquer coisa, imensos parabéns pelo site, fantástico ! Já pesquei muitas jóias raras por aqui.
Baixei agora esse álbum da Nana, que eu conhecia e o link me levou para outro álbum dela e não o que está descrito no post… Tem jeito de ajeitar, pleeeaaaseee ?
Abraços agradecidos !
Sunday, 16 November, 2008

zecalouro said…
Graça,
Tudo bem?
Revisei agora mesmo o seu pedido e vi que está correto. Você pode tentar novamente e me dizer o que acontece?
Obrigado e abraços!
zeca
Sunday, 16 November, 2008

Clintstriker said…
This is a mind blowing record. I have been listening to it for 3 straight days. It keep getting better and better. Thanks a lot.
Monday, 02 March, 2009





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Varios Artistas – Festival da Bossa Nova (1963)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 10 de fevereiro 2008.
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Bonus: Arquivo em FLAC.






I have been monitor price and availability of this album since the very first beginning of Loronix. Perhaps this amazing cover artwork has called my attention to this record. I never had the chance to find it by a price I could afford at on-line auction sites and never had the chance to take it on my hands to understand what kind of Bossa Nova Festival was that.

Today I got it on my favorite old vinyl store in Copacabana for a unbelievable price.
Let’s see.

This is Festival da Bossa Nova (1963), for Odeon, unfortunately, not the live recording of a Bossa Nova Festival, but a compilation of Bossa Nova tunes performed by selected artists from Odeon cast, as follows: Walter Wanderley, Joao Gilberto, Isaura Garcia, Pery Ribeiro and Luiz Bonfa. The album was new as it would be in 1963 and played so nicely that I did not need to use any noise reduction application. This is the perfect record for those who are new to Bossa Nova and for those who are looking for a session performed by great artists based on a nice repertoire.

Tracks include:




The Performers

Isaura Garcia
Joao Gilberto
Luiz Bonfa
Pery Ribeiro
Walter Wanderley




Track List

01 – Samba de Uma Nota Só – João Gilberto
02 – Só Em Teus Braços – Isaura Garcia
03 – Menina Flor – Luis Bonfá
04 – O Barquinho – Pery Ribeiro
05 – Insensatez – João Gilberto
06 – Você e Eu – Walter Wanderley
07 – Desafinado – João Gilberto
08 – Fio de Canção – Luis Bonfá
09 – Corcovado – Isaura Garcia
10 – Chega de Saudade – João Gilberto
11 – Meditação – Walter Wanderley
12 – Melancolia – Luis Bonfá



2 Comentários originais:

Frank-Oliver said…
This record is a compilation from well known Odeon LP`s from the featured artists, but “So em teus bracos” is not on a regular Isaura Garcia LP. This comes from an interesting album called: Hebe Camargo “Hebe comanda o espetaculo”1961 (Odeon MOFB-3224). This is the album with the famous living room front cover. On the whole album Walter Wanderley arranged and played tunes for different singers. It would be nice to see this album too one day at Loronix.
Sunday, 10 February, 2008

Carla said…
Seu blog é incrível, não vou nem dizer parabéns, mas sim, obrigada!
Sunday, 10 February, 2008





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terça-feira, 5 de fevereiro de 2013

Evinha – Evinha (1973)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 08 de setembro 2006.
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A friend of zecalouro has asked to make available to Loronixers a LP of the Brazilian singer Evinha, which was member of the legendary Trio Esperança, a successful vocal group from the 60′s.

zecalouro took a 1973 Evinha LP, known as to be the hardest to find Evinha record. By the way, sometimes zecalouro uses to post records that were already posted on other friends blog. This should happen again, several times. zecalouro does not have time or skills to search all the blogsphere to check if someone else had first made a certain LP available.


Well, if you see an LP from another friend posted here without saying so, don’t be mad with the green bird. Just send him an email, available at zecalouro’s profile.

Back to Evinha, do not miss the AMG bio,

tracks include:

01 – O que é que eu estou fazendo na rua (Luis Carlos Sá – Guarabyra – Zé Rodrix)
02 – No meio da madrugada (Jon Lemos – Roberto Corrêa)
03 – Foi assim [Juventude e ternura] (Renato Corrêa – Ronaldo Corrêa)
04 – Tiro de cores (Cassiano – Robson Jorge)
05 – As canções que você fez pra mim (Erasmo Carlos – Roberto Carlos)
06 – Deixa rolar (Luis Carlos Sá – Guarabyra – Zé Rodrix)
07 – Moça (Maria Thereza Guinle)
08 – Como vai você (Mário Marcos – Antônio Marcos)
09 – Vozes vazias (Ely de Oliveira – Fernando Araújo)
10 – Não vá ficar debaixo das rodas (Augusto Magalhães – Sidney Matos)
11 – Ben (B.Black – W.Share)
12 – Trechos: – O que é que eu estou fazendo na rua (Luis Carlos Sá-Zé Rodrix-Guarabyra), – As canções que você fez pra mim (Roberto Carlos-Erasmo Carlos), – Foi assim (Juventude e ternura) (Renato Corrêa-Ronaldo Corrêa), – No meio da madrugada (Roberto Corrêa-Jon Lemos), – Moça (Maria Thereza Guinle)


A successful vocalist in the Jovem Guarda in the Trio Esperança, Evinha had hits in her solo career with songs like “Teletema” (Antônio Adolfo/Tibério Gaspar), “Que Bandeira” (Marcos Valle/Paulo Sérgio Valle), “Como Vai Você” (Antônio Marcos), and “As Canções Que Você Fez Para Mim” (Roberto Carlos/Erasmo Carlos). Since her childhood, she sang together with siblings Mário Correia José Maria and Regina Correia José Maria. In 1958 the three of them formed the Trio Esperança, which had great success during the Jovem Guarda times and is still active. In 1968, she departed from the trio to pursue her solo career, being replaced by her sister Marisa Correia José Maria. Her first hit was “Casaco Marrom” (Guarabyra/Danilo Caymmi/Renato Corrêa). In the IV FIC (International Song Festival) in 1969, she won first place with “Cantiga Por Luciana” (Paulinho Tapajós/Edmundo Souto). In 1977, she recorded with Paul Mauriat. As the crooner of Mauriat’s orchestra, she toured Japan and China. In the ’90s, she rejoined the Trio Esperança. Appeared in solo performances in Brazil in 1999.

4 Comentários originais:

 Refer on Friday, 08 September, 2006
Zeca,
Tem um erro na bio — em 1958 foi formado The Golden Boys (com os irmãos mais velhos de Evinha, Roberto e Renato Correia). O Trio Esperança apareceu em ’62 ou ’63.

rufino on Friday, 08 September, 2006
Bela postagem Zeca, se você tiver um Casaco Marrom…tá frio pô.
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Rufino

J Thyme…kind on Friday, 08 September, 2006
Such beautiful album art. Some of these covers are so great that one is tempted to post just to see the lovely artwork.

Anonymous on Tuesday, 12 September, 2006
This album is a mile stone compared with anything recorded by other artist in 1973 in any other music style,great orchestral arragments,perfect sound editing and wonderful and superb original melodys.
For my personal taste a must for Brazilian music lovers and a marter piece.
Paco


 
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segunda-feira, 4 de fevereiro de 2013

João Dias - Carnaval João Dias 78 rpm (1959)

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Tracks:

01- Engole Ele Paletó - 1958
02- Homem da Vassoura - 1959
03- Bicho Carpinteiro - 1958
04- Passarinho - 1955
05- Homem Que é Homem - 1956
06- Avental da Pastora - 1959
07- Beber Faz Bem - 1953
08- Meu Figurino - 1953
                                                 



João Dias Rodrigues Filho
12/10/1927 Campinas, SP -
27/11/1996 Rio de Janeiro, RJ
 

....Em 1953 obteve sucesso canavalesco com a marcha "Grande Caruso", de Osvaldo Guilherme e Augusto Duarte Ribeiro. Gravou ainda o samba "Silêncio do cantor", de Joubert de Carvalho e David Nasser, homenagem ao cantor Francisco Alves, falecido no final do ano anterior. No mesmo período foi contratado pela Rádio Nacional do Rio de Janeiro onde passou a apresentar um programa dominical. Gravou ainda na mesma época a valsa "Luzes da ribalta", versão de João de Barro e Antônio Almeida para a composição original de Charles Chaplin para o filme do mesmo nome. Em 1954 gravou a marcha "Botão de rosa" de Denis Brean e Osvaldo Guilherme, a valsa "Vaya com Dios", de Russel, James e Pepper, com versão de Joubert de Carvalho e os baiões "Noite de São João" e "Ninguém fica em casa hoje", ambos da dupla Haroldo Lobo e David Nasser, além de outras músicas. No mesmo ano gravou em dueto com a cantora Edith Falcão a canção "A doce canção de Natal", de Altir Gonçalves e Sivan CasteloDicionário Cravo Albin Neto e a valsa "O velhinho", de Otávio Filho. Em 1955 passou para a gravadora Copacabana, onde estreou cantando o bolero "Amor cigano", de Mário Mascarenhas e a canção "Separando corações", de Francisco Alves e David Nasser. No ano seguinte, homenageou o Clube do Flamengo gravando o "Hino rubro-negro" e a marcha "Gol do Flamengo", ambos de autoria de Paulo de Magalhães. Em 1957 gravou com sucesso o samba "Caminhando", de Ataulfo Alves. Em 1959 gravou na Columbia a habanera "O milagre da volta", de Fernando César e Armando Cavalcânti, o samba "A última mulher", de Wilson Batista e Jorge de Castro e a toada baião "Margarida", de Lupicínio Rodrigues. Em 1960 relançou o samba "Eterna capital", de Newton Teixeira e David Nasser, em homenagem à cidade do Rio de Janeiro, que naquele ano, deixava de ser capital do país.....



Fonte: Dicionário Cravo Albin, leia mais...



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Maysa - Ando Só Numa Multidão de Amores (1970)

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Originalmente postado no Loronix em 04 de fevereiro 2008.
Comentários originais incluídos.







The first thing I want to say is THANKS JOAO-SP for providing us such great contributions. JOAO-SP sent us more than 30 LPs; they are all new to our community, such as this beauty recorded by Maysa, one of the greatest Brazilian divas, not released at Loronix since May 2007. I had also some difficulty to realize this album was not a book, a Maysa biography written by Lira Neto last year.

I cannot remember this album being released on CD and I cannot understand why it was not released together with the book, since both shares the same title. Let’s see.

This is Maysa – Ando So Numa Multidao de Amores (1971), for Philips. Little I know about this album, except it is produced and directed by Roberto Menescal and arranged by Luiz Eca and Roberto Menescal. I think Luiz Eca also delivers piano playing to Maysa, perhaps our great friend Thiago Mello from
Bossa Brasileira, who knows everything about Maysa, can add something on top of my text. I think we will be on great company with Maysa. I wish to send a great Carnaval Monday to friends from Brazil and a great week start to everybody.

Tracks include:

01 – Molambo (Jaime Florence “Meira” / Augusto Mesquita)
02 – Yo Sin Ti (Arturo Castro)
03 – Me Deixe Só (Roberto Menescal / Maysa)
04 – Chuvas de Verão (Fernando Lobo)
05 – Três Lágrimas (Ary Barroso)
06 – Assim na Terra Como no Céu (Roberto Menescal / Nonato Buzar / Paulinho Tapajós)
07 – Eu (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
08 – Suas Mãos (Pernambuco / Antônio Maria)
09 – Bonita (Tom Jobim / Ray Gilbert)
10 – Resposta (Maysa)
11 – Que Eu Canse e Descanse (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)
12 – As Praias Desertas (Tom Jobim)
13 – Quando Chegares (Carlos Lyra)


5 Comentários originais:

AdHoc said…
Zeca,
You could hardly find more contrasting posts than those of last night. Bafo da Onça and Maysa: the ugly poison and the sublime antidote (respectively, of course!). You did it on purpose, didn’t you?

Os olhos de Maysa são dois não
Sei que dois não sei como digo
Dois oceanos não pacíficos
Maysa são dois olhos e uma boca
(Manuel Bandeira, 1886-1968)
Monday, 04 February, 2008

Olavo di Txada said…
Maysa: Maysa o LP do 1964: O link não funcione mais. Triste..
Monday, 04 February, 2008

edson mendes said…
Dear Zeca,
his album was released on CD format in 1991 by Polygram (848272-2)and nevermore since then!

Maysa was more than a wonderful singer, she was a great artist, that also expressed as composer, actress, painter, sculptor and poetess. And after all, she was a beautiful woman.
Monday, 04 February, 2008

Anonymous said…
La plus parfait interprète de “Ne me quittez pas” et “Un jour tu verras”
Magnifique!!!
Superbe!!!
Tuesday, 05 February, 2008


Anonymous said…
A versão de ‘Quando chegares’ é perfeita e mostra o quanto Maysa conseguiu tornar-se uma cantora ‘moderna’.
Tuesday, 05 February, 2008



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