Orlando Ferri e Orquestra – Baile das Debutantes (1959)

Chantecler CMG 2025

There is not much more I can say about Maestro Orlando Ferri  than what I read on the back cover which, despite the long text written by the art director Diego Mulero, says almost nothing about him or the instrumentalists and voices that are part of his orchestra, but simply describes him as very popular and states the obvious fact: His music is purely para dancar. Additional information found on Memoria Musical is that this LP appeares to be his only career album beside a 78 rpm released in 1953.

Enjoy Orlando Ferri performing this repertoire:

01. Back Beat Boogie (Harry James / Jack Matthiaz)
02. Delilah Jones (Elmer Bernstein / Sylvia Fine)
03. Nicolasa (Ernesto R. Duarte Brito)
04. Piove (Domenico Modugno / Verde)
05. Carteiro (Roberto Ferri / Waldir Cardoso)
06. Toi Le Venin (A. Gosselain / D. Hortis)
07. Petite Fleur (Sidney Bechet)
08. Arroz Com Palito (Adolfo Soto / J. Buonsanti)
09. Caravan (Duke Ellington / Irving Mills / Juan Tizol)
10. I Love Paris (Cole Porter)
11. Donde Estará Mi Vida (Antônio Lopes / Quiroga Segovia / Francisco Naranjo Caldera / Ignacio Roman Jimenez)
12. Boite (Élcio Álvarez / Antônio Bruno)
13. Your Lips Are Champagne (R. Stolz)
14. Balada do Ouro Negro  (Blowing Wild) (Paul Francis Webster / Dimitri Tiomkin)

PETITE FLEUR

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

A Velha Guarda – Carnaval da Velha Guarda (1955)

Sinter SLP 1054

A gem from ’55: Pixinguinha‘s Velha Guarda (fortunately complete) Carnaval on a ten inch.

A Velha Guarda consists of:

Pixinguinha, Donga (Prato e Faca)
João da Bahiana (Pandeiro)
Heitor dos Prazeres (Ganzá)
Alfredinho (Flautim)
Bide (Afoché)
Ruben, Mirinho e Lentini (Violões)
Waldemar (Cavaquinho)
Sebastião (Surdo)

Additionally (by reading the text on the back cover) identified musicians are:

Pedroca (Pistom) 
Adobar (Bombardino)

Arrangements and direction: Pixinguinha

All of them performing:

1. Pelo Telefone (Donga / Mauro de Almeida)
2. Já Te Digo (Pixinguinha / Otávio da Rocha Viana “China”)
3. Mulher Cruel (João de Barro)
4. Cristo Nasceu Na Bahia (Sebastião Cirino / Antônio Lopes de Amorim Diniz ”Duque”)
5. Depois Que Você Me Deixou (J. Cascata / Antônio Nássara)
6. Gavião Calçudo (Pixinguinha / Cícero de Almeida)
7. Ai Eu Queria (Pixinguinha / Augusto Amaral ”Vidraça”)
8. Adeus Morena (Gastão Viana)

СТАРА ГАРДА

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

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Jorge Goulart, Emilinha Borba e Gilberto Milfont – Sucessos de Carnaval (Carnaval Antigo) (1954)

Continental LPP 05

Now, something quite different: Another copyright problem presents itself with this Carnaval Antigo from 1954 by renowned artists Emilinha Borba, Gilberto Milfont and Jorge Goulart.
The side A has been included on the disc A Rádio Nacional e Seus Ídolos de Auditório (1977 Continental 1.19.405.032)
Needless to stress the fact that because of it, half of this recording is copyrighted (side A), while the other half (side B) is not.

So, this half-gift includes only the side B. Sorry, but there it is.

A. Praça Onze (Herivelto Martins / Grande Otelo)
    Promessa (Uma Promessa Que Eu Fiz) (Jaime de Carvalho “Colô”)
    Abre A Janela (Arlindo Marques Júnior / Roberto Roberti)
    O Orvalho Vem Caindo (Noel Rosa / Kid Pepe)
    Cai Cai (Roberto Martins)
    Atire A Primeira Pedra (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
    Não Tenho Lágrimas (Max Bulhões / Milton de Oliveira)
    Implorar (Kid Pepe / Germano Augusto / João Gaspar)
    Nega do Cabelo Duro (Rubens Soares / David Nasser)
    Helena, Helena (Antônio Almeida / Constantino Silva “Secundino”)
    Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
    É Bom Parar (Rubens Soares / Noel Rosa)

B. O Teu Cabelo Não Nega (Raul Valença / João Valença / Lamartine Babo)
    Linda Morena (Lamartine Babo)
    Linda Lourinha (João de Barro)
    A Jardineira (Benedito Lacerda / Humberto Porto)
    Ride Palhaço (Lamartine Babo)
    Pra Você Gostar de Mim (Taí) (Joubert de Carvalho)
    Pierrô Apaixonado (Noel Rosa / Heitor dos Prazeres)
    Marchinha do Grande Galo (Lamartine Babo / Paulo Barbosa)
    Pirulito (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Aurora (Roberto Roberti / Mário Lago)
    Chiquita Bacana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Touradas Em Madri (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)

LADO B

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Nonato – O Som e O Balanco de Nonato (1975)

Som/Copacabana SOLP 40670

Here is the complete, previously two times by Depositfileschecker rejected album by Nonato.
Well, it is quite a mystery: This time I uploaded the individual tracks to identify thus the eventual Polar Bear or several of such.
But, all files, uploaded two days ago, are still intact and stored on server. How it is possible, I don’t know, but the only way to present this album to you is the tremendously popular file by file download method. To circumvent the long waiting times between downloads, it is usually enough to switch of your modem and switch it on after that. This changes, in most cases, your IP address.

Enjoy the individual downloads and enjoy after that pleasure these tracks:

01. Cafuá (Júnior / Oberdan Oliveira)
02. Tambor de Crioula (Júnior / Oberdan Oliveira)
03. Chic-samba (Dam)
04. Do Terreiro (Dam / Pitomba)
05. Futuca-cutuca (Pitomba / Dam)
06. Na Ponta da Língua (Júnior / Ronald)
07. A Pamonha do José (Júnior / Carlos Gomes)
08. Chegadinho (Pitomba / Dam)
09. Janela (Pitomba / Dam)
10. O Gênio (José Américo)
11. I Love You (Dam)
12. Morada (Dam)

+ Covers

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

EDIT by Milan Filipović:

A short time after publishing this post, when the track by track downloading started, the Polar Bear got finally identified:

It is track 1 Cafuá which was probably included in a compilation CD…

So, here is the zip with all files except for track 1:

11 OUT OF 12

Nonato e Seu Conjunto (1974)

Som/Copacabana SOLP 40518

Piano player Nonato has (with his conjunto, of course) a premiere on Parallel Realities.

This is his first career album out of (as far as I know) altogether four.

The second one, from 1975 was sent to me some time ago by Pedro & 300discos but for some mysterious reason it got rejected two times by Depositfiles’s checker
I am using this opportunity to check why exactly that happened and, while I am writing this text, each individual track is analysed for digital fingerprints. If the polar bear tracks get identified this way, I post this LP but will not include the polar bears in the package.

This album, fortunately complete, sounds quite international and reminds of the music generally played in Europe during that particular period but it has a distinctive Brazilian note.

And a special curiosity (from my point of view) is that one of the musicians from the front cover picture completely bears a striking resemblance to someone I know very well.

Who exactly it might be from this list I do not know, but here it is:

Nonato (Piano)
Pitomba (Baixo)
Oberdan (Guitarra)
José (Vibrafone)
Walter (Crooner)
Chico do Zuca (Sax tenor)
Vavá (Piston)
Garrincha (Bateria)
Piu-Piu (Guitarra base)

The songs:

01. Bisavô (Cleto Júnior / Oberdan Oliveira)
02. Fitipaldiando (Oberdan Oliveira)
03. Cavala-canga (Sérgio Habibe)
04. Sou Feliz (Oberdan Oliveira)
05. Não Precisa Mais Promessa (Oberdan Oliveira)
06. Jogado Fora (Cleto Júnior)
07. Caçoeira (Oberdan Oliveira / Cleto Júnior)
08. Senhora Ana (Oberdan Oliveira / Sebastião Carvalho)
09. Beco Escuro (Oberdan Oliveira)
10. Ana Paula (Oberdan Oliveira)
11. Viola e Violeta (Sérgio Habibe)
12. Menino Travesso (Antônio Vieira)

I’VE SEEN THAT FACE BEFORE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Onessimo Gomes – Serestas do Brasil No 3 (1958)

Rádio 0070-GV

Onéssimo Gomes‘ premiere on Parallel Realities comes with the third volume of the Serestas do Brasil.
His discography is quite large, especially when it comes to 78 rpms which he started recording back in 1941.
His career albums count (as far as I could find out) only six, the last being released in 1963.

Enjoy a beautiful voice singing these beautiful compositions:

01. Violão (Vitório Júnior / Wilson Ferreira)
02. Deusa Da Minha Rua (Newton Teixeira / Jorge Faraj)
03. Meu Companheiro (Francisco Alves / Orestes Barbosa)
04. Professora (Benedito Lacerda / Jorge Faraj)
05. Saudades do Meu Barracão (Ataulfo Alves)
06. Transformação (Herivelto Martins)
07. Cicatrizes (Cicatrices) (Adolfo Avilés / Enrique Pedro Maroni / Vrs. Lamartine Babo)
08. Por Causa Desta Cabocla (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto)
09. Soluços (Sílvio Caldas / Orestes Barbosa)
10. Ave-Maria (Erothides de Campos)
11. Roxa Saudade (Heitor Catumbi)
12. Um Caboclo Apaixonado (Herivelto Martins)

SERESTAS

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Uccio Gaetta – O Novo Som de Uccio Gaeta (1968)

Chantecler CMG 2500

The first impression when stumbling upon Uccio Gaeta while unpacking the package from Pedro & 300discos was that it is an album by a gaeta player unknown to me whose real first name is Uccio.
Of course, I was proved wrong. Uccio Gaeta is a multiinstrumentalist whose origin, according to his name, I would place somewhere in Italy, probably Sicily where, according to his name, might also be the birthplace of Mario Albanese, as Sicily was largely inhabited by Albanian folks.
Also, Mario Albanese is prominently featured, together with Uccio, as composer on this album.
More about Uccio, together with a list of instruments he played, you may read on the back cover in a tightly packed text by Armando Blundi Bastos.

The medleys performed are listed here and you may enjoy them after clicking upon the usually cryptic text under the list:

01. No Balanço do Jequibau (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
      Jequibau (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
      Gamboa (Ciro Pereira / Mário Albanese)

02. Viola Enluarada (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sérgio Valle)
      Um Amor Sem Igual (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)

03. Bom Tempo (Chico Buarque)
      Até Segunda-Feira (Chico Buarque)
      Lapinha (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)

04. Esta Tarde Vi Llover (Armando Manzanero)
      Habla Me (Armando Manzanero)

05. Januária (Chico Buarque)
      Areia e Mar (Mário Albanese / Uccio Gaetta)
      Serenata Em Teleco-Teco (Gilberto Gil)

06. A Flor Que o Tempo Guardou (Mário Albanese / Uccio Gaetta)
      Tristeza de Amor (Mário Albanese / Uccio Gaetta)

07. Inno (John Carter / Ken Lewis / Mogol)
      L’Ultima Cosa (Luciano Beretta / Umberto Balsamo)
      Você Não Serve Pra Mim (Renato Barros)

08. Melancolia (Denis Brean)
      Além da Imaginação (José Paulo Pires / Arnaldo C. Franco)
      Você (Mário Albanese / Heitor Carillo)

09. La Tramontana (Daniele Pace / Mario Panzeri)
      Madame X (Uccio Gaetta / Mário Albanese)
      Samba Chá-chá-chá (Mário Albanese)

10. Vesti Azul (Nonato Buzar)
      Malayisha (Miriam Makeba / Jerry Ragovoy)
      Tubon (Uccio Gaetta / Mário Albanese)

THE USUALLY CRYPTIC TEXT

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Chiquinho e Seu Conjunto – Celebration (1968)

Odeon MOFB 3515

I can not tell you what our old friend Chiquinho  do Acordeom is celebrating as I do not know it, but he celebrates backed by:

Geraldo Vespar, Geraldo Miranda e Neco (Guitarras)
Fernando (Vibrafone)
Tião Marinho (Baixo)
Wilson das Neves (Bateria)

The compositions for the celebration are:

01. Celebration (Bill Martin / Phil Coulter)
02. A Little Bit Me a Little Bit You (Neil Diamond)
03. Rossana (Sette Uomini D’Oro) (Armando Trovajoli / Silvana Simoni)
04. Garota Do Roberto (Carlos Imperial / Eduardo Araújo)
05. There’s A Kind Of Hush (Les Reed / Geoff Stephens)
06. I Was Kaiser Bill’s Batman (Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway)
07. The World Goes On (Quincy Jones / Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman)
08. Never Never (Hugo / Osvaldo)
09. O Caderninho (Olmir Stocker ”Alemão”)
10. Prova de Fogo (Erasmo Carlos)
11. Un Homme Et Une Femme (Francis Lai / Pierre Barouh)
12. Vem Quente Que Eu Estou Fervendo (Carlos Imperial / Eduardo Araújo)
 
CHEERS!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

REVIEW AND + by Bossanov:
It’s really great happy Hammond sound! Slightly similar to Wilson das Neves’ “Juventude 2000″ and other dancing music of that time. Almost all of the crew are real “Os Cobras”!
Add some info about Fernando – he is Fernando Jorge Semi Maxnuk (or Maxnuck), member of Zumba Cinco, also working witn Leny Andrade in Rio, Bossa e Balanço show (Mario Castro Neves, piano; Fernando Maxnuk, vibrafone; Edson Lobo, contrabaixo;e Antonio Carlos Leite, bateria) and with Orlandivo.

Boleros inolvidables Vol. 2

El Papa Luna PL 2014 28 02

Another collection of Boleros from Ramon Noriega‘s El Papa Luna production with music from all over Latin America + three tracks from Spain:

01 Plazos traicioneros – Vicentico Valdés (Cuba)
02 Vereda tropical – Lupita Palomera (México)
03 Veinte años – Barbarito Díez (Cuba)
04 Un compromiso – Sarita Montiel (España
05 El mal herido – Javier Solís (México)
06 Porque así es que tenía que ser – La Lupe (Cuba)
07 El reloj – Lucho Gatica (Chile)
08 Campanitas de cristal – Olga Guillot (Cuba)
09 La novia – Antonio Prieto (Chile)
10 Noche de ronda – Abbe Lane & Tito Puente  (USA-Puerto Rico)
11 Las tres cosas – Pedro Vargas (México)
12 Jura-me – Carmen Silva & Lindomar Castil (Brasil)
13 Desvelo de amor – Felipe Pirela (Venezuela)
14 Sabrás que te quiero – Perla (Paraguay)
15 Te odio – Abelardo Barroso (Cuba)
16 Nuestro juramento – Tania Libertad (Perú)
17 Juramento – Compay Segundo (Cuba)
18 Somos novios – Lolita & Armando Manzanero (España-México)
19 Un mundo raro – Concha Buika (España)
20 Por eso me voy – Charlie Figueroa (Puerto Rico)

VEREDA TROPICAL

Créditos: Ramon Noriega

Manoel Gomes e Seu Conjunto – O Melhor de Chorinho (1967)

Entré/CBS 4103

Manoel Gomes (O Escurinho da Flauta) for the first time on Parallel Realities with his first career album recorded 1967. As far as I know, he has recorded only another one in 1968.

The selected Chorinhos are:

01. Dinorah (Benedito Lacerda / José Ferreira Ramos)
02. Não Me Toques (Zequinha de Abreu)
03. Murmurando (Fon-Fon / Mário Rossi)
04. André de Sapato Novo (André Victor Correia)
05. Urubu Malandro (Tradicional / Adpt. Lourival de Carvalho “Louro” / Adpt. João de Barro)
06. Bem-Te-Vi Atrevido (Lina Pesce)
07. Na Glória (Raul de Barros / Ari dos Santos)
08. Um A Zero (Pixinguinha / Benedito Lacerda)
09. Flamengo (Bonfíglio de Oliveira)
10. Remelexo (Felisberto Martins)
11. Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
12. Tico-Tico No Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu)

NA GLÓRIA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Carnaval Odeon – 10 Inch LP

Odeon LDS 3.007

An unlisted Carnaval 10 Inch  LP recorded at a date unknown to me.

The compositions and the performers are well known:

01. O Teu Cabelo Não Nega (Irmãos Valenca / Lamartine Babo) – Orquestra e Côro
02. Ressaca (Zé da Zilda / Zilda) – Zé E Zilda
03. Zum Zum Ba-ba-ê (Francisco Netto / Sebastião Gomes) – Risadinha
04. O Casamento da Rosa (O. Magalhães / Luiz Costa) – Roberto Paiva
05. Água, Não!… (Américo Seixas / Erasmo Silva) – Alcides Gerardi
06. Chama do Nosso Amor (Oswaldo Martins / Dias da Cruz) – Dalva de Oliveira
07. Deus Me Ajude (Vicente Longo / Oswaldo Morigge) – Roberto Luna
08. Madalena (Oswaldo França / Black-Out) – Hebe Camargo
09. Meu Último Reinado (H. Martins / Raul Sampaio) – João Dias
10. Cidade Maravihosa (André Filho) – Orquestra e Côro

CACHAÇA, SIM!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Mario Albanese – Jequibau No Broadway (1967)

Chantecler CMG 2451

Mário Albanese  appeared (indirectly) already on Parallel Realities while presenting Susana Colonna em Ritmo de Jequibau, a musical style invented by him.
Here he is finally with a career album, playing solo piano with orchestra backing. Arrangements and musical direction by maestro Ciro Pereira.

The mostly Broadway sounding themes are:

01. Zambo (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
02. Un Homme Et Une Femme (Francis Lai / Pierre Barouh)
03. O Caminho das Estrelas (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
04. Dias de Vinho E Rosas (Days Of Wine And Roses) (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer / Vrs. Romeo Nunes)
05. Longe de Você (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
06. Maré Alta (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
07. Fim de Semana Em Guarujá (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
08. The Shadow Of Your Smile (Johnny Mandel / Paul Francis Webster)
09. Certa Vez (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
10. Não Posso Esquecer (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
  
IT’S BROADWAY!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Sexteto Guanabara – Sorvete Dancante Vol.2 (1963)

Musiplay LPM 1106

Although this is a transfer by Pedro, Zeca has posted this album several years ago on his legendary Loronix blog, which means also that you may read his original text about this release on Órfãos do Loronix.

Here is just the track list:

01. Rio de Janeiro A Janeiro (Luis Antônio / José Batista)
02. Chega de Saudade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
03. Promessa (Custódio Mesquita / Evaldo Ruy)
04. Ontem E Hoje (Getúlio Macedo / Irany de Oliveira)
05. Foi Ela (Ary Barroso)
06. Penha (Luis Peixoto / Vicente Paiva)
07. Mulatinho (Nestor Campos)
08. Zizinha (Bijou)
09. Vai, Mas Vai Mesmo (Ataulfo Alves)
10. Come Prima (Mario Panzeri / Sandro Taccani / Vincenzo Di Paola)
11. Arrasta a Sandália (Osvaldo Vasques “Baiaco” / Aurélio Gomes)
12. Lisboa Antiga (Raul Portela / Amadeu do Vale / José Galhardo)

PRODUÇÃO OSCAR CASTRO NEVES

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Pixinguinha – Marchinas Carnavalescas de Joao de Barro e Alberto Ribeiro (1957)

Sinter SLP 1097

Pixinguinha performing Marchinas Carnavalescas composed by Alberto Ribeiro and João de Barro. The songs are included as individual tracks as well as complete uninterrupted side 1 and side 2:

1. Tem Gato na Tuba (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Deixa a Lua Sossegada (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Pirulito (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    China Pau (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Pirata da Perna de Pau (João de Barro)
    Touradas Em Madri (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)

2. Yes, Nós Temos Bananas (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Minha Terra Tem Palmeiras (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Cadê Mimi (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Quebra Tudo (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Pepita de Guadalajara (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Chiquita Bacana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)

CHIQUITA BANANA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Zaccarias e Sua Secao de Palhetas – Palhetas Espetaculares (1962)

RCA Victor BBL 1177

No secret that Fats Elpidio is one of my favourite piano players and his albums are frequently played at my place, so it is not surprising that once more I checked my huge Zaccariasfolder to find and burn even more of his music to CD.
While doing so, I discovered hidden in another folder of another album by Zaccarias which I probably moved there by mistake.
Anyway, as it was hidden I did not post it, but now I am doing it with great pleasure.

The list of musicians accompanying Zaccarias shows some prominent names: 

Paulo Moura, José Sergio, Josino e Botelho: Clarinete
Jaime Araújo, Jorge Ferreira, Sandoval, Aurino e Joaquim Gonçalves: Saxofone
Plínio Araújo: Bateria
Fats Elpidio: Piano
Baden Powell: Guitarra
Luiz Marinho: Baixo
Gilberto, Pedro e Barão: Percussão

The tracks performed are quite prominent too:

01. Dizzy Fingers (Z. Confrey)
02. Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
03. A Dança do Sabre (A. Khatchaturlan)
04. Solução (Raul Sampaio / Ivo Santos)
05. Bye Bye Blues (Fred Hamm / David Bennett / Chauncey Gray / Bert Lown)
06. Fim de Parceria (Fernando César / Dalton Vogeler)
07. Lover (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
08. Murmúrio (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
09. Sessão de Samba Nº 1 (Zaccarias)
10. Holiday For Strings (David Rose)
11. Sambalada do Coração (Carioca)
12. Boato (João Roberto Kelly)
              
DIZZY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Orlando, Solista de Sax e Seu Conjunto – Que Sodade! (1961)

Chantecler CMG 2105

Sax player Orlando de Oliveira Pinto for the first time on Parallel Realities, together with his conjunto, presenting compositions by Marcello Tupinambá from São Paulo, who the mysterious G. P., the writer of the text on the back cover, defines as the paulista equivalent of carioca Ernesto Nazaré.
Anyway, more to be read in this text…

The arrangements of the songs are by Maestro Guerra Peixe:

01. Que Sôdade (Marcello Tupinambá)
02. Viola Cantedêra (Marcello Tupinambá)
03. Coisa Ruim (Marcello Tupinambá)
04. O Matuto (Marcello Tupinambá)
05. Fandango (Marcello Tupinambá)
06. São Paulo Futuro (Marcello Tupinambá)
07. Xódo (Marcello Tupinambá)
08. Bambuhy (Marcello Tupinambá)
09. Pierrot (Marcello Tupinambá)
10. Trigueira (Marcello Tupinambá)
11. Cabocro de Sorte (Marcello Tupinambá)
12. Piruando (Marcello Tupinambá)

SÃO PAULO FUTURO

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos