Helio Mendes e seu conjunto – Week-end em Guarapari (1963)

MUSIPLAY LPMS 5109 – Estéreo

After a long time, we have finally a “new” album by piano player  Hélio Mendes, who has apparently transformed his pleasant week-end experience in Guarapari into the music recorded on this LP from 1963, which has, thanks to Edson Mendes (claims that he is not a relative of Hélio Mendes), finally turned to red on my Santa Claus list.

Two other albums by Hélio Mendes and his conjunto have their links still working and may be found in another reality.

Spend a relaxed and pleasant week-en by listening to:

01.  Garota de Ipanema (A. C. Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
02.  Batida diferente (Durval Ferreira / Mauricio Einhorn)
03.  Mister Bossa Nova (Roberto Menescal)
04.  Meu coração cigano (Claribalte Passps)
05.  I could have danced all night (Alan J. Lerner / F. Lowe)
06.  Tender is the night (Paul Francis / Webster / Sammy Fain)
07.  Guarapari (Pedro Caetano)
08.  Tudo de mim (Evaldo Gouveia / Jair Amorim)
09.  Al di la (Mongol / Donida)
10.  Só danço samba (A. C. Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
11.  Devagar com a louça (Haroldo Barbosa / Luiz Reis)
12.  Eu não tenho onde morar (Dorival Caymmi)

TRIP TO GUARAPARI

Créditos: Edson Mendes

Ademir Araujo e Sua Orquestra – Carnaval do Nordeste No 2 (N/D)

Mocambo LP 20021

Ademir Araújo E Sua Orquestra, presented for the first time on Parallel Realities, present to us a Carnaval (unknown date) from the Nordeste (north-east) part of Brazil.

Medleys:

1. Vassourinhas no Rio (Carnera)
    Gostosão (Nelson Ferreira)
    Folias da Madrugada (Toscano Filho)
    Melancolia (Antônio Sapateiro)

2. Hino do Esporte Clube Bahia (Adroaldo Ribeiro Costa) Ray Miranda / Ademir Araújo
    Deixa o Coração Mandar (Walter Queiroz Jr.)
    Micróbio do Frevo (Genival Macedo)
    Vassourinha Elétrica (Moraes Moreira)
Interprete: Ray Miranda

3. Assim Não Convém (Lourival Santa Clara) Coral Feminino / Ademir Araújo
    Saudade (Irmãos Valença)
    Valores do Passado (Edgard Morais)
    Evocação Nº 2 (Ao Rio de Janeiro) (Nelson Ferreira / Osvaldo Santiago)
Interprete: Coral Feminino

4. Eu Acho É Pouco (Getúlio Cavalcanti) Expedito Baracho / Ademir Araújo
    Recife (Antônio Maria)
    É Frevo Meu Bem (Capiba)
    Vassourinhas (Mathias da Rocha / Joana Batista Ramos)
Interprete: Expedito Baracho

5. Louvando Nagô (Dimas Sedícias / Joel Santos) Ray Miranda / Ademir Araújo
    Aguia de Ouro (Ademir Araújo)
    Grito de Guerra (Toni Costa / Moraes Moreira / Antônio Risério)
    Frevoxé (Betinho / Aroldo Macedo / Walter Queiroz)
Interprete: Ray Miranda

6. Assim É Que Eu Quero Ver (Jones Johnson)
    Tijolo Quente (Zumba)
    Fazendeiro Miséria (Marambá)
    Vassourinha do Levino (Levino Ferreira)

Arrangements:

Maestro Ademir Araújo (1,2,3,6)
Maestro Edson Rodrigues (5)
Maestro Luiz Caetano (4)

Nordeste:

TERRA MORENA, MAR AZUL

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Carnaval de 1964 Vol. 1 (1963)

Philips P 632.171 L

If this cover looks slightly familiar to you, then you are right. Almost the identical cover was presented on Parallel Realities some time ago. The date and Label are the same.
There is a difference, of course: The previously posted album was the second part of the Philips’ Carnaval de 1964, while the one in front of you is the first part.

The compositions and the performers are:

01. É Bom Demais (Álvaro Castilho / Luis de França / Jackson do Pandeiro) Jackson do Pandeiro
02. Rei dos Cabritos (Popó) Noite Ilustrada
03. Nega do Senegal (Luis de Carvalho / Luiz Wanderley / Carlos Morais) Luiz Wanderley
04. Voltou Chorando (Álvaro Castilho / Jackson do Pandeiro) Jackson do Pandeiro
05. Me Larga Me Deixa (Jorge Costa / Ubaldo Calvo) Osvaldo Rodrigues
06. Balzac Disse (Denis Brean / Osvaldo Guilherme) Paulo Molin
07. Na Base do Berimbau (Jota Júnior / Jackson do Pandeiro) Jackson do Pandeiro
08. O Casamento do Cauby (Luiz Wanderley / Waldir Ferreira) Luiz Wanderley
09. Não Ataque de Índio (Alfredo Borba) Noite Ilustrada
10. Marcha das Tamancas (Arnô Provenzano / Otolindo Lopes / Jackson do Pandeiro) Jackson do Pandeiro
11. Me Leva (Waldemar Camargo / Vicente Longo) Paulo Molin
12. Prazer de Boêmio (Jorge Costa / Demósthenes Gonzalez) Osvaldo Rodrigues

PRAZER DE BOÊMIO

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Aparecida – 13 de Maio (1979)

RCA Victor 103.0331

The promised second album by Aparecida: 13 de Maio from ’78.

I have no idea about the meaning of this particular date. If you have, let me know. In the meantime, while figuring out facts about the 13 of May, enjoy Aparencida‘s compositions and interpretation: 

01. 13 de Maio (Aparecida)
02. Vovó Maria Conga (João Ricardo Xavier / Evaldevino Ponciano Xavier)
03. Aleluia Dom Miguel (Aparecida)
04. Indeuá Matamba (Aparecida)
05. É Mania Sua (Babaú)
06. Mussy Gatana (Aparecida)
07. Orixá de Obá (Geraldo Martins / Fernando Aguiar)
08. Vem na Areia (Marcos Wagner)
09. Tia Catarina (Jair do Pandeiro / Moacir Vieira)
10. Ela Mandou Rezar (Betinho da Balança)
11. Dança dos Negros (Manoel Carioca)
12. Ceará (Aparecida)
13. Dia de Ogum na Casa Branca (Armando Sá / Inocêncio dos Santos)

THE (NOW NOT ANY MORE) MYSTERIOUS DATE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

13 DE MAIO

Thanks to a mail received from Gentil Silva I have found that the 13 of May is also a date of great historical and social importance to Brazil:
On this date, back in 1888, slavery was finally outlawed and all became equal.

Aparecida – Foram 17 Anos (1976)

CID 8015

The latest package received from Pedro & 300discos contains two albums by singer Aparecida, so although been already presented elsewhere on the net, they mark her debut on Parallel Realities.

The first to be posted out of the package is her LP Foram 17 Anos from 1976, strongly influenced by African music.

The compositions are:

01. 17 Anos (Aparecida)
02. Tributo às Almas (João Ricardo Xavier / Mariozinho de Acari)
      Santo Antônio de Pemba (Evaldevino Ponciano Xavier / João Ricardo Xavier)
03. Os Deuses Afros (Mariozinho de Acari)
04. Melodia Não Deixa Parada de Lucas (Zeca Melodia)
05. Grongoiô Popoiô (Aparecida / João Ricardo Xavier / Mariozinho de Acari)
06. Diongo Mundiongo (Aparecida)
07. Aruê (João Ricardo Xavier / Mariozinho de Acari / Zeca Melodia)
08. Todo Mundo É Preto (Aparecida)
09. Saravá Saravá Bahia (Aparecida)
10. Lágrimas da Oxum (João Ricardo Xavier / Evaldevino Ponciano Xavier)

BACK TO THE ROOTS

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Orquestra Copacabana – Nos Bailes da Minha Juventude (1961)

Copacabana CLP 11178

Orquestra Copacabana, presented tonight for the first time on Parallel Realities, has recorded lots of 78 rpm recordings from 1931-1961 but only two albums.   

Nos Bailes da Minha Juventude, released in 1961, may best be understood by reading on the back cover an inspired text about the artistic scene at that moment as well as about the musicians and compositions performed, written by the exceptional artist taking part in the recording of this LP as producer and music selector: Lamartine Babo.

Músicos:

Augusto Vasseur (Piano)
José Américo (Tuba, Contrabaixo)
Julio Barbosa (Piston)
Edmundo Maciel (Trombone)
Tico-Tico (Banjo)
Netinho (Saxofone, Clarineta)
Irany e Pinheiro (Violinos)
Lenir Siqueira (Flauta)
Duduca (Bateria)
Chuca-Chuca (Vibrafone)

Coro de Joab Teixeira

Orquestrações: Maestro Guaraná

Direçao de Estúdio: Altamiro Carrilh

Fonogramas:

1. Las Campanas (Villadomat)
    Smiles (Jill Will Callahan / Lee S. Roberts)
    Apaches (D. Rulli)
    Abajur (Salomé) (Robert Stolz / Ennio Neri)
    Hindustan (Harold Weeks / Oliver Wallace)
    When Buddha Smiles (Nacio Herb Brown)
    Kalua (Jerome Kern / Anne Caldwell)
    Uma Festa no Japão (Eduardo Souto)
    For Me And My Gal (George W. Meyer / Edgar Leslie / Ray Goetz)
    I Love You (H. Archer)
    Whispering (Richard Coburn / Vincent Rose / John Schonberger)
    Truly (J. Kern)
    Sweetheart Lane (L. A. Hirsch)
    Stubling (J. Confrey)

2. Venetian Moon (P. Goldberg / F. Magine)
    Príncipe (Joubert de Carvalho)
    O Cigano (Marcelo Tupinambá / João do Sul)
    Machinalment (Maurice Yvain)
    J’en Ai Marre (M. Yvain)
    Mon Homme (Albert Willemetz / Maurice Yvain / Jacques Charles)
    Je T’aime (C. Attic)
    Mimosa (Leopoldo Fróes)
    The Vamp (B. Gay)
    Tell Me (M. Kortlandler)
    Bright Eyes (M. K. Jerome / Harry B. Smith / Otto Motzan)
    Las Campanas (Villadomat)

All compositions from the two medleys are included as individual tracks and also as uninterrupted Lado A and Lado B

RIGHT HERE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Niquinho e Seu Conjunto – Mixidinho (1966)

Entré/CBS 4071

Bandolim player Niquinho  and his conjunto have their debut on Parallel Realities with their first LP.
My information about Niquinho is poor indeed and amounts to several facts found on the net:
He has recorded altogether four career albums, covering the time from 1966 to 1972, the last one in collaboration with Altamiro Carrilho and accompanied by Canhoto and his Regional.
Any further information is welcome.

Beautiful sounds on:

01. No Tempo do Vovô (Ormindo Fontes “Toco Preto”)
02. Sossega Violão (Luimy Fernando)
03. Começa Tudo Assim (Almeida Rego / Armando Quezada)
04. Vem Meu Grande Amor (Pedro Pacheco / Reinaldo Fernandes)
05. Ginga de Morro (Luimy Fernando / A. Bourget)
06. Um Bandolim no Samba (Niquinho)
07. Mixidinho (Mário Pereira / Ivan Nepomuceno)
08. Beija-me (Roberto Martins / Mário Rossi)
09. Ninguém (Magno Mattos / Almir Mattos / Ivan Mattos)
10. Sorriso da Zilah (Cenira M. Nunes / Zilah Santana)
11. Esperança Perdida (Niquinho / Hélio Nascimento)

ESPERANÇA ENCONTRADA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Chiquinho do Acordeom – Dancando No Rio No 2 (1959)

Continental LPP 3063

Our old friend Chiquinho do Acordeom jumps out of the just arrived package from Pedro & 300discos, straight to this reality with the second volume of his Dançando No Rio series of two albums.

Arrangements are by José Menezes who is also playing violão on this album.

Regardless if you are in Rio or somewhere else, don’t miss the chance to dance to:

01. Samba Brilhante (Valsa Brilhante) (Frédéric Chopin / Adpt. José Menezes)
02. L’edera (Merci) (Saverio Seracini / Vincenzo D’Acquisto)
03. Vivo Louco (Victor Canella)
04. A Certain Smile (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain)
05. Se Alguém Telefonar (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Jair Amorim)
06. Cidade Luz (C’est Paris) (Bruno Marnet)
07. Till (Carl Sigman / Charles Danvers)
08. Balada Triste (Dalton Vogeler / Esdras Pereira da Silva)
09. A Fonte Secou (Monsueto / Tufic Lauar / Marcléo)
10. My Funny Valentine (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
11. Gauchinha Bem Querer (Tito Madi)
12. É Luxo Só (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto)

THE DANCEHALL IS WHEREVER YOU CHOOSE TO DANCE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Mr. Moustaches – Arte do Espetaculo – Ao Vivo (1992)

RGE 303.6256

This morning, when checking comments I received one under an album by Miltinho containing sad news:

Milton Santos de Almeida, Miltinho or Mr. Moustaches, great singer, a charming personality and a nice gentleman in general, has passed away a few days ago, on the seventh of September.

May he rest in peace!

I have chosen out of my collection of his work an album found a long time ago somewhere (?) on the net. It is a re edition of his live album recorded in Inverno & Verão, São Paulo, back in 1986.

Containing these compositions:

01. Devaneio (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
02. Mulher de Trinta (Luis Antônio)
03. Folha Morta (Ary Barroso)
      Ela Disse-me Assim (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
      Nem Eu (Dorival Caymmi)
04. As Rosas Não Falam (Cartola)
05. Palhaçada (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)
06. Estão Voltando As Flores (Paulo Soledade)
      Bandeira Branca (Max Nunes / Laércio Alves)
07. Nossos Momentos (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)
08. Eu e o Rio (Luis Antônio)
09. Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
10. Implorar (Kid Pepe / Germano Augusto / João Gaspar)
      Palpite Infeliz (Noel Rosa)
      Leva Meu Samba (Ataulfo Alves)
      Aos Pés da Cruz (Marino Pinto / Zé da Zilda)
11. Lembranças (Raul Sampaio / Benil Santos)
12. Cheiro de Saudade (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
      Das Rosas (Dorival Caymmi)
13. Canção da Manhã Feliz (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
14. Poema do Adeus (Luis Antônio)
      Poema das Mãos (Luis Antônio)
      Poema do Olhar (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
15. Verdade da Vida (Concessa Lacerda / Raul Mascarenhas)
16. Até Amanhã (Noel Rosa)
     Está Chegando A Hora (Tradicional / Adpt. Henricão / Adpt. Rubens Campos)

IN MEMORIAM

DOCUMENTARY by Anonimous: 
A short documentary about Miltinho (in Portuguese): LINK

Lourdinha Brasil – Musica da Terra (1956)

RGE RLP 004

Last evening the unexpected happened:

My good friends, the notorious blogger blogging under the nom de guerre Aktivista Neumereni and special agent of the secret police Agent Novaković, a notorious playboy, both passionate music fans, dropped by.

So far, this is nothing unusual as they are both frequent visitors at my place, but Aktivista arrived with the transfer of this rarity made in Brazil, which he found and bought for a dime on the Bajlonijeva pijaca, an open air green market where also a flea market is in full action.

I could not believe my eyes: An unknown cantora, on a ten inch recorded in 1956 for RGE!

How it happened to be on a flee market sale in Belgrade is a mystery to us, but there it is.

Further researches conducted immediately have shown that it is her only career album and also that the musical direction is by Henrique Simonetti, while the artistic direction is by Roberto Corte Real.

Enjoy the premiere consisting of these songs:

1. Rei Do Congo (Tradicional / Adpt. Jaime Griz) Maracatu
2. Chirimindé (Tradicional / Adpt. Paixão Cortes / Adpt. Barbosa Lessa) Cantiga
3. Nhapopé (Tradicional) Canção
4. Baiana Dengosa (Elias Salomé / Lopes Rodrigues) Jongo
5. Tatu (Barbosa Lessa / Paixão Cortes) Dansa gaúcha
6. Escravo de Engenho (Xandu) Lamento negro
7. Chimarrita (Tradicional / Rec. Rossini Tavares de Lima) Limpa banco
8. Piá do Mutum (Tradicional) Modinha

BAJLONIJEVA PIJACA

Créditos: Aktivista Neumereni

ORIGINAL SCANS ADDED
Aktivista has just sent me his scans of this album, so I have re uploaded it and included them in the package

Aloysio e Seu Conjunto – Na Ciranda do Samba (1962)

Copacabana CLP 11259

This album has already been posted on Loronix, later reposted on Parallel Realities (the link has expired by now) and now I am posting it again, but this time in form of a transfer and scans by Pedro.
Curiously, out of more than ten career albums Aloysio Figueiredo has released, only three have been brought to light. The other two are also on Parallel Realities (with working links).
So read Zecalouro‘s text about this release on Órfãos do Loronix and download the other two albums in another parallel reality.

While doing so, take a look at the list of musicians:

Aloysio Figueiredo (organ, arrangements, production)
Cacau (guitar, vocals)
Arruda (drums)
Djalma (bass)
Arnaldo (agogo)
Waldir (pandeiro)
Walter Arruda (tamborim, tumbadora)
Os Modernistas (vocals)

And enjoy these compositions during tomorrow’s samba Saturday:

01. Chorando Chorando (Edson Borges / Armando Cavalcanti)
02. Tamanco no Samba (Orlandivo / Hélton Menezes)
03. Chorou (Djalma de Carvalho / Cacau)
04. Maria, Mária, Mariá (Billy Blanco)
05. Lamento Bebop (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
06. Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
07. Liberdade Demais (Mariano Filho / Hélio Nascimento)
08. A Lavadeira (Herivelto Martins)
09. Influênсia do Jazz (Сarlos Lуra)
10. Mandrake (Aloysio Figueiredo)
11. Mundo Vazio (Aloysio Figueiredo / Djalma de Carvalho / Cacau)
12. Confissão (Djalma Ferreira / Luiz Bandeira)

Of course, after clicking on the text:

THE TEXT

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Ed Lincoln – Aquarela (1965)

Musidisc Soma 607.6076

Organ player Ed Licoln has been present on Parallel Realities but, up to now, only as sideman. The reason is the usual: All of his albums in my collection have been downloaded from other sites.
Not that Aquarela is a never before on the net album, as it was previously released on Loronix as the first edition, titled Orgão Espectacular (1961 –   Masterpiece Master 11026). You can find it on Órfãos do Loronix together with Zecalouro‘s text.

Aquarela is a Pedro‘s transfer and scans of the re-issue by Musidisc, not dated, so I have taken 1961, as it is the date the recording itself was made.

Enjoy:

01. Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso)
02. Locomotion (Joe Loco)
03. Seleção de ”Can-can” (Cole Porter)
04. Ai Mourrir Pour Toi (Charles Aznavour)
05. Mulher de Trinta (Luis Antônio)
06. Sentimental Journey (Ben Homer / Bud Green / Les Brown)
07. Arrasta a Sandália (Osvaldo Vasques “Baiaco” / Aurélio Gomes)
      Não Ponha A Mão (Bucy Moreira / Mutt / Arnô Canegal)
08. Teleco-teco Nº 2 (Nelsinho / Oldemar Magalhães)
09. Hey There (Richard Adler / Jerry Ross)
10. O Amor E A Rosa (Ayres da Costa Pessoa “Pernambuco” / Antônio Maria)
11. That Old Black Magic (Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer)
12. Vivendo e Aprendendo (Ed Lincoln / Silvio César)

AQUARELA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

DATES by GAR:

Segundo o Dicionário Cravo Alvim esse LP foi gravado em 1965 pela Musidisc.
Em 1965, gravou o LP Órgão espetacular, com destaque para Aquarela do Brasil, de Ary Barroso, Locomotion, de Joe Coco; Mulher de 30, de Luís Antônio; Teléco-teco nº 2, de
Oldemar Magalhães e Nelsinho; O amor e a rosa, de Pernambuco e Antônio Maria e Vivendo e aprendendo, de sua autoria e Sílvio César.
(1966) Ed Lincoln • Musidisc • LP
(1965) Órgão espetacular • Musidisc • LP
(1964) A volta • Musidisc • LP
(1963) Ed lincoln • Musidisc • LP
(1962) Uma noite no cangaceiro • RGE • LP
(1961) Ao teu ouvido • Helium • LP
(1961) Ed Lincoln boate • RCA Victor • LP
(1955) Amanhã eu vou/Nunca mais • Musidisc • 78

Germano e Seu Conjunto – Violino de Bossa (1962)

Chantecler CMG 2180

As the second album to be presented today we have the opportunity do meet violin player Germano  and his conjunto for the first time in this parallel reality.

About the in Argentina born German WeinrotGermano” and his music you may read a nice text on the back cover written by Braz Baccario, which is more informative on the subject than I could ever be, while at the same time enjoying Germano‘s magical way of performing these beautiful compositions:

01. Haroldo no Choro (Abel Ferreira)
02. The Magnificent Sven (Sete Homens e Um Destino) (E. Bernstein)
03. Um Milhão De Estrelas (Júlio Nagib / Bernardo Cascarelli Jr. “xixa”)
04. Carona (A. Miranda)
05. Dinah (Akat / S. Lewis / J. Young)
06. Lua De Mel (Bernardo Cascarelli Jr. “xixa”)
07. Diplomata (Teddy Vieira / Yvany de Andrade Soares)
08. Aurora (Roberto Roberti / Mário Lago)
09. Fascination (Fermo Dante Marchetti)
10. Cavaleiro do Bem (Maugéri Neto)
11. Tenho Saudade (Santana / Miranda)
12. Morena Boca de Ouro (Ary Barroso)

CAVALEIRO DO BEM AND A BOTTLE OF RED WINE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

P.S. There is actually something I know about Germano which Braz Baccario could only guess at the time he was writing his text on the back cover of Germano‘s debut album: According to Memoria Musical, Germano has recorded (at least) three more LPs, the latest dated 1983.

Convite Para Dancar (1956)

Musidisc X-5005

A self explaining 1956 promo album by Musidisc containing a selection of songs by their featured artists.

Para dançar:

01. Caravan (Duke Ellington / Irving Mills / Juan Tizol) Trio Harmônico
02. Prenda Minha (Tradicional) Ubirajara Silva
03. Ay Ay Ay (Osman Perez Freire) Trio Surdina
04. Musette Vienense (M. D. Anella) Trio Harmônico
05. Linda Flor (Ai Ioiô) (Henrique Vogeler / Luis Peixoto / Marques Porto) Rud Wharton
06. Meu Sonho (Luiz Bonfá) João Leal Brito ”Britinho’
      Me Leva (Hervé Cordovil / Rochinha) João Leal Brito ”Britinho’
07. Carioca (Vincent Youmans / Gus Kahn / Edward Eliscu) Trio Harmônico
08. André de Sapato Novo (André Victor Correia) João Leal Brito ”Britinho”
09. Dinamite (J. Tielsman) Trio Harmônico
10. Canto Karabali (Ernesto Lecuona) Trio Surdina
11. Pretend (Lew Douglas / Cliff Parman / Frank Lavere) Rud Wharton
12. Santa Luzia (Luiz Bandeira) As Três Marias / João Leal Brito ”Britinho”

MUSIDISC’S SHOWROOM

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

P.S. Never heard of Rud Wharton before. Unfortunately Musidisc is notorious for lack of information about the musicians performing, but looks like, judging by the titles of some of his career albums found listed elsewhere, he is a piano player. His discography spans from 1947 to 1956. All of his 9 career albums have been released in 1955 and 1956.

Apresentando Sebastiao Tapajos e Seu Conjunto (1963)

Entré/CBS 4025

So far violão player Sebastião Tapajós could be found in this parallel reality, only as a sideman to other artists.
Now, thanks to our friends Pedro & 300discos, I have the pleasure to finally present him with a career album from 1963, by coincidence, appropriately named: Apresentando Sebastião Tapajós e Seu Conjunto.
Apart from Sebastião himself, his conjunto consists of eight musicians (as can be easily counted from the front cover) + singers Osy Neusa and Luiz Olavo mentioned on the labels, but unfortunately the back cover does not give any credit to anyone of them.
On the other hand, Regina Pesce, colunista social da Folha do Norte has written a text about Sebastião Tapajós and his career (up to the moment of the release of this album, of course).

Tracks performed are:

01. Acaramelado (Roverano / Don Filinto)
02. Sonhar Contigo (Adilson Ramos / Armelindo Leandro) Canta: Osy Neusa
03. Morena (Afonso Monteiro) Canta: Luiz Olavo
04. Tudo de Mim (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
05. Noites de Moscou (Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy)
06. Moonlight Serenade (Glenn Miller / Mitchell Parish)
07. Onde Estava Eu (Armando Cavalcanti / Victor Freire) Canta: Luiz Olavo
08. Nós E O Mar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
09. Boa Noite da Vida (Sebastião Tapajós / Geimirez Melo e Silva) Canta: Osy Neusa
10. O Que Eu Gosto de Você (Silvio César) Canta: Luiz Olavo
11. Samba da Madrugada (Dora Lopes / Carminha Mascarenhas / Herotides Nascimento)
12. Eu Quero Alguém (Delbanor Dias) Canta: Osy Neusa

SONHAR CONTIGO

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Reinado de Momo (1960)

Columbia LPCB 40008

01. Quem Não Chora Não Mama (Paquito / Romeu Gentil) Jackson do Pandeiro
02. Amor de Outrora (Getúlio Macedo / Lourival Faissal) Emilinha Borba
03. Umbigo de Vedete (Klécius Caldas / Armando Cavalcanti) Grande Otelo
04. Avental da Pastora (Luis Antônio / Amado Régis) João Dias
05. Cobra Que Não Anda (Walter Levita / Zé Trindade) Zé Trindade
06. Sou Bem Feliz (Miguel Lima / Renato Araújo / Elor de Paula) Alcides Gerardi
07. Lágrimas (Sebastião Nunes / Jackson do Pandeiro / José Garcia) Jackson do Pandeiro
08. Menina Direitinha (Rutinaldo / Brasinha / Vicente Amar) Emilinha Borba
09. Ao Romper da Aurora (Nilo Barbosa / Isaias Ferreira / Paulo Aguiar) Alcides Gerardi
10. O Homem da Vassoura (Paquito / Romeu Gentil) João Dias
11. Paciência (José Macedo / F. Borges / Tex) Zilá Fonseca
12. Amor Alheio (Monsueto / Amado Régis / De Palma) Monsueto

CARNAVAL DE 1960

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