Originalmente postado no Loronix em 22 de abril 2007.
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Perhaps I'm having a good relationship with Rio de Janeiro, since in the last days we had covers, videos and pictures based on Rio landscapes. Maybe Caetano is missing Rio, this is another of his amazing and never seen before records. Actually, Brasil '66 is a compilation on side B and part of a given album by the mighty Maestro Erlon Chaves. Let's check what we have here.
This is Brasil '66 (1966), for Fermata, featuring Erlon Chaves, Zimbo Trio, Manfredo Fest, Paulinho Nogueira, Ely Arcoverde, Bossa Jazz Trio and Luiz Chaves e seu Conjunto. The whole side A with six songs features Erlon Chaves e Sua Orquestra, while each track of side B is taken by these top-notch instrumental musicians. I think that nothing can go wrong with this album, starting with the cover that alone worth the admission price. Tracks include:
Garota de Ipanema
Acender as Velas
Balanco Zona Sul
Marcha da Quarta Feira de Cinzas
O Menino das Laranjas
Bossa Jazz Trio
Luiz Chaves e Seu Conjunto
alex on Sunday, 22 April, 2007
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bossanovadreamer on Sunday, 22 April, 2007
I am a fan of Pierre Barouh.
yes, I have Barouh's album Vivre (this Japan Cd release) : I also have the Barouh CD Saudade which includes the song Saudade with Baden Powell on guitar (they tell it is the first recorded french Bossa Nova )Do you want it? we can talk about. I think Vivre is out of print.