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sexta-feira, 30 de dezembro de 2011

Trio Esperanca - Trio Esperanca (1975)

Originalmente postado no Loronix em 30 de janeiro 2007.

Many friends were asking for another post of Trio Esperanca. I have to admit that I'm not a fan of Trio Esperanca and I don't have also any of their records. Thanks to Jean-Yves (Jean do Trombone) for sending it, now I can please my friends. Actually, the first Trio Esperanca at Loronix was great and this one should also.

This is Trio Esperanca - Trio Esperanca (1975), for Odeon, featuring Mário, Regina e Marizinha. Evinha was also member of Trio Esperanca and it is not part of this formation, I think she left the Trio in the late 60's. I don't know. Anyway, I'm willing to learn more about Trio Esperanca, so send me a feedback of this record at comments session, please.

Tracks include:

01 - Quem Tá Com Samba (Roberto Corrêa / Jon Lemos)
02 - Ilusão de Mais Um Carnaval (Roberto Corrêa / Jon Lemos / Paulo Debétio)
03 - Marambaia (Henricão / Rubens Campos)
04 - Chuva (Paulinho da Viola)
05 - Ponto Final (Hugo Belardi)
06 - Quantas Lágrimas (Manacéa)
07 - Tem Pena (Dominguinhos / Anastácia)
08 - Eu Quero Um Xamêgo (Dominguinhos / Anastácia)
09 - Chuva de Verão (Roberto Corrêa / Jon Lemos)
10 - Modo Mudado (Zé Maria / Robson)
11 - Refúgio (Belizário / Diferraz)
12 - Coqueiro de Amaralina (Donaldson Gonçalves / Regina Correia)

Thanks Jean-Yves for Trio Esperanca - Trio Esperanca (1975), at Loronix, here.

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Um comentário:

Supr disse...

Hi Martoni !
Highly appreciate your activity and wish well-being to you.

Here is my opinion about Trio Esperanca. Actually, at first they were simply young pop singers, and their repertoir was somewhat tipical for their ages and fashions of the time. Though their singer Evinha separated from them, but the group was successful (I think, mostly among youngsters). God knows what happened, but in 90-s they changed their singing manner. Actually they became acapella. They started performing like Quarteto em Cy - famous (but slightly elder) brasilian girls. And as for my taste - I liked this new Esperanca. In acapella style they have issued several, not many, albums. For example, "Trio Esperanca - De Bach a Jobim (2010)", "Trio Esperanca - A Capela Do Brasil (1992)", "Trio Esperanca - Nosso Mundo (1999)". Listen to these - and you will like the new Esperanca.
The mp3 rips are available in the net. I found some useful info on discography just here:
And what about your posted album ... Well, it is dated by 1975 and though, of course, it is good, not bad, but not so good as my taste would like. Here my opinion coinsides with yours.

OK, Greetings from Russia.