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Lindolfo Gaya – Gaya (1970)

Originalmente postado no Loronix em 05 de setembro 2007.
Comentários originais incluídos.

Maestro Lindolfo Gaya is without a doubt one of the greatest arrangers of Brazilian popular music. Most of the albums available at Loronix has Lindolfo Gaya as collaborator as arranger, producer and mainly by the years he was in service of Odeon and RCA Victor as Musical Director. In the other hand, Gaya solo albums are not well represented at Loronix, with a few exceptions.

Let’s start gathering Maestro Gaya solo albums, this is the first, very different from what is expected by we use to know by him.

This is Lindolfo Gaya – Gaya (1970), for Odeon. I’ve been wondering today what Maestro Gaya and Odeon had in mind to release this album. It is very similar, or even based on the acclaimed Jose Briamonte – Briamonte Orchestra (1970), for Elenco, released in the same year and with the same concept of dancing orchestration with female chorus on top of blockbusters. Additionally, both albums share two tracks, Airport Love Theme and Tema de Cristina. Anyway, if you are a fan of Maestro Gaya, member of the legion of Briamonte Orchestra appreciators and also in the mood of a Erlon Chaves with Banda Veneno album, this is the flawless pick.

Tracks include:

01 – Viagem (Taiguara)
02 – Airport Love Theme (A. Newmann)
03 – Let It Be (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
04 – Tema de Cristina (José Briamonte)
05 – Reflections Of My Life (Campbell / McAleese)
06 – Yellow River (J. Christi)
07 – Close To You (H. David / Burt Bacharach)
08 – Marilyn’s Theme (V. Gambella / G. Brown)
09 – Something (George Harrison)
10 – Serenade In Blue (H. Waeen / M. Gordon)

1 Comentários originais:

Anonymous said…
Thanks for this one!
Thursday, 06 September, 2007


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Ayrton Mugnaini Jr. disse...

Great post! Just allow me to add that Gaya has at least one previous solo album, from 1967.