Originalmente postado no Loronix em 06 de janeiro 2007.
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Hello, Good Night! This is a perfect example of how the name "Bossa Nova" was misused by record labels along time. I bought this record today for a bargain and I was very happy to have it. Conjunto Balambossa released another LP by the label Coledisc called Poema do Adeus that is a classic instrumental music album. However, this is not Bossa Nova or a Bossa Jazz LP, but a slight opportunistic use of the term Balambossa on a record full of instrumental boleros with Hammond organ.
Anyway, according with sombras.com.br, the organist is Ed Lincoln and I decided to share just to please Ed Lincoln fans. This is Conjunto Balambossa - Nao Quero Ver Voce Triste (1974), for Coledisc, featuring the organist Ed Lincoln. There are nice moments provided by Ed Lincoln and some shady arrangements that were probably inspired by progressive rock music from the 70’s.
01 - Drink na Praia
02 - People
03 - And I Love You
04 - Nature Boy
05 - Fio de Esperanca
06 - Preciso Aprender a Ser So
07 - Nao Quero Ver Voce Triste
08 - The Shadow of Your Smile
09 - Adventures in Paradise
10 - Naked City
11 - Limelight
12 - Three Stars will Shine Tonight
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