Don Pablito e Sua Orquestra – Rumbas Inolvidables Vol 3 (1964)

Polydor LPNG 4102

I don’t dare to say that Don Pablito is for the first time on Parallel Realities as the blunder I made two posts ago when wrongly accusing Luis Reis to be an accordion player was quite sufficient for the usual “caught in ignorance again” episode for this week.

But let’s see: The second volume of the Rumbas Inolvidables series by Polydor, posted on Parallel Realities, was performed by an unnamed orchestra led by an unnamed maestro…

Now on the third volume the maestro is credited as the famous Don Pablito, which sounds to me like a false name under which another famous maestro was recording for Polydor. Memoria Musical lists this LP as the first career album by Don Pablito, and mentions another one, where he performs boleros. Anyway, I suggest to read the text on the back cover yourselves and make your guess.

If I am right in this assumption or not will be, hopefully, cleared by someone who might know the inside story.

What is clear is that, as the previous volume was deleted from server after a short time, you better be quick to download this one as fast as you can, as, although the Depostifiles check went OK after upload, similar might happen again.

The rumbas are:

01. El Cumbanchero (Rafael Hernandez)
02. Danza Lucumi (Ernesto Lecuona)
03. Japanese Rhumba (J. Miller)
04. Rumba Rumba Rumba (Jean Pierre / Walgton F. Silva)
05. El Galito Kiki-riki (Adolfo Castro “Castrito”)
06. Los Hijos de Buda (Rafael Hernandez)
07. La Mucura (Antônio Fuentes)
08. Llego El Carnaval (Angelito Guterrez)
09. La Mulata Rumbera (Alejandro Rodriguez)
10. Jungle Drums (Canto Karabali) (Ernesto Lecuona)
11. El Baile Del Sapo (Jean Pierre / Walgton F. Silva)
12. Lengua Mala (José Casamor)

RUMBA RUMBA RUMBA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Discoteca Dancante No 3 (1965)

Fantasia/Philips FLP 2012

The third album of the series and the fourth to be posted here out of 5, so far identified as existing.

The compositions, the composers and the performers are:

01. Stella By Starlight (N. Washington / V. Young) Sandoval Dias
02. Palhaçada (H. Barbosa ‘ L.Reis) Luis Reis
03. Siete Notas de Amor (Santiago C. Alvarado) Chiquinho e Sua Orquestra
04. Sentimental Journey (Brown / Homer /Green) Alberto Mota e Seu Conjunto
05. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira / João de Barro) Steve Bernard
06. Cachito (C. Velasquez) Sexteto Plaza
07. Hey There (Adler Ross) Boneca e Sua Orquestra
08. Chega de Saudade (A. C. Jobim / V. de Morais) Sandoval Dias
09. Nossos Momentos (H. Barbosa / L. Reis) Trio Odemira
10. Cuando Calienta El Sol (C. Rigual / M. Rigual) Sandoval Dias
11. Adeus América (Geraldo Jacques / Haroldo Barbosa) Luis Reis
12. Aquellos Ojos Verdes (N. Nenendez) Alberto Mota e Seu Conjunto
13. Stormy Weather (Arlen / Khoeler) Boneca e Sua Orquestra
14. Mocinho Bonito (Billy Blanco) Sexteto Plaza
15. Acercate Más (O. Farres) Sandoval Dias
16. Apito No Samba (Luiz Bandeira) Chiquinho e Sua Orquestra
17. Greenfields (Gilkson / Dehr / Miller / Vrs. de R. Nunes) Trio Odemira
18. Tarde Fria (Poly / Henrique Lobo) Steve Bernard

HEY THERE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT STEVE BERNARD by Frank-Oliver:
Steve Bernard was born in Romania in 1915 and came to Brazil after living in Vienna.  
Memoria Musical lists 12 albums for Steve Bernard e seu Conjunto from 1954 to 1962.on Odeon, Sinter, Philips, Continental, RCA.
Especially Ritmo Espetacular from 1962 (RCA) seems very interesting with a singer called Valeria.

Luis Reis e Seu Ritmo Contagiante – Samba de Balanco (1962)

Philips P 630.488 L

Accordion player Luis Reis has been recently presented for the first time on Parallel Realities with two compositions from first career album, Samba de Balanço, on the para dançar compilation Discoteca Dançante Nº 5.
Thanks to Pedro reading a comment by Frank-Oliver under the particular post, I am able to present the complete LP now.

More about balanço in general and the music on this LP can be read on the back cover text written by Haroldo Barbosa, the producer of this masterpiece.
More about the lady displayed on the front cover, is unfortunately omitted from his text. 

Luis Reis has recorded, as far as I know, only one more album in 1964 together with João Roberto Kelly.

Dance to:

01. Devagar Com a Louça (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
02. Moeda Quebrada (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)
03. Dança do Ban-zan-zan (Janet de Almeida / Chiquinho Storino)
04. Lamento da Lavadeira (Monsueto / Nilo Chagas / João Violão)
05. Palhaçada (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)
06. Boa Noite Rio (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
07. Samba de Balanço (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
08. Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
09. Que Samba Bom (Geraldo Pereira / Arnaldo Passos)
10. Adeus América (Geraldo Jacques / Haroldo Barbosa)
11. Onde Estava Eu (Armando Cavalcanti / Victor Freire)
12. Chá-chá-chá da Moça (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)

Musical direction is by Carlos Monteiro de Souza.

FOLLOW THIS LINK, FRANK

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

CORRECTION by Edson Mendes:
Here’s just one correction to be made: Luiz Reis is the piano player and the accordion is played (according to the text in the back cover) “by an encyclopedic musician, easily identifiable, however silent for contractual reasons”. I guess he is Chiquinho do Acordeon, but I’m not sure…

QUESTION by Frank-Oliver:
Who are the singers on this album?

QUESTION by Milan Filipović:
Who is the lady on the front cover?

O Quarteto (1968)

Philips R 765.055 L

O Quarteto had their first appearance on Parallel Realities a few months ago. Here they are again with an album that had been posted on Loronix almost a decade ago.
Therefore you are, as usual in such cases, advised to read Zeca‘s text about it on Órfãos do Loronix.

But the track list is also here:

01. Os Grilos (The Crickets Sing For Anamaria) (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sérgio Valle)
02. Live For Life (Vivre Pour Vivre) (Francis Lai / Pierre Barouh / Vrs. Norman Gimbel)
03. O Velho (Chico Buarque)
04. Bonita (Tom Jobim / Vrs. Ray Gilbert)
05. Rua Antiga (Roberto Menescal / Rubens Richter)
06. Who Needs Forever (Quincy Jones / Howard Greenfield)
07. Wave (Tom Jobim)
08. Maria Madrugada (Toninho Horta / Junia Horta)
09. Canta (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
10. Here, There And Everywhere (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
11. Isso Não Se Faz (Pixinguinha / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho)
12. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence)

THE O QUARTETO FOUR

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Discoteca Dancante No 5 (1965)

Fantasia/Philips FLP 2023

More about this release you may read on Órfãos do Loronix where Zeca‘s text is reproduced.

Here i just the performers and track list:

01. Samba da Minha Terra (Dorival Caymmi) Osvaldo Borba
02. Campari Chá-chá-chá (A. Soares / Carlos Monteiro de Souza) Don Pepito
03. Dança do Ban-zan-zan (Janet de Almeida / Chiquinho Storino) Luis Reis
04. Medley by Sandoval Dias:
The Song Of Delilah (Jay Livingston / Victor Young / Ray Evans)
Babalú (Margarita Lecuona)
Vereda Tropical (Gonzalo Curiel)
05. Batida Diferente (Durval Ferreira / Maurício Einhorn) Moacir Peixoto
06. Tender Is The Night (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain) Carlos Piper
07. Noa Noa (Sergio Mendes) Moacir Peixoto
08. Chega de Saudade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) Osvaldo Borba
09. Alá-Lá-Ô (Haroldo Lobo / Antônio Nássara) Don Pepito
10. Samba de Balanço (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis) Luis Reis
11. Medley by Sandoval Dias:
Jamais Te Esquecerei (Antônio Rago / Juraci Rago)
Maria Dolores (J. Morcillo / F. Garcia)
Ballerina (Carl Sigman / Bob Russell)
12. Olhou Pra Mim (Ed Lincoln / Silvio César) Moacir Peixoto
13. Quem É (Silvio Lima / Maurílio Lopes) Carlos Piper
14. O Amor Que Acabou (Chico Feitosa / Luis Fernando Freire) Moacir Peixoto

THE FIFTH DANCE ELEMENT

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Parada de Sucessos (1953)

Sinter SLP 1003

Lyrio Panicali who was the musical director of Sinter at the time and selected musicians recording for Sinter in a, let’s say, prior sequel to the Conjunto da Boite – Meia Noite (1953) 10’LP (presented in another reality) which followed as the next Sinter release with serial number SLP 1004.

If you enjoyed Meia Noite, you will also enjoy:

1. Somos Dois (Klécius Caldas / Armando Cavalcanti / Luis Antônio) Lyrio Panicali
2. Noites do Rio (José Maria de Abreu / Alberto Ribeiro) Heleninha Costa
3. Luar de Paquetá (Freire Júnior / Hermes Fontes) Carolina Cardoso de Menezes (Piano) e José Menezes (Guitarra)
4. Porque Voltei (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara) Ivan de Alencar
5. Canção de Dalila (Song Of Dalila) (Victor Young / Jay Livingston / Ray Evans / Vrs. Clímaco César) Zezé Gonzaga
6. Granada (Agustín Lara) Quincas e Os Copacabanas
7. Chega Mais (Pernambuco / Marino Pinto) Mary Gonçalves
8. Ternura (Lyrio Panicali / Amaral Gurgel) Lyrio Panicali

CONJUNTO DA MEIA NOITE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Os Caculas (1968)

RCA Victor BBL 1446

Os Caçulas, a vocal quartet consisting of young people: Vera, Gilberto, Yara and Alvinho, for the first time on Parallel Realities with their first LP out of two + several compactos.

I can not tell you more about them, not because I am trying to be secretive, but for the simple reasons that I am in the dark. The back cover displays no additional information, except their photograph, first names and this list of compositions performed:

01. Vai Ser Triste (Antônio Marcos / Mário Marcos)
02. Dan Dan Dan (Rignini / Lucarelli / Dossena / Vrs. Antônio Marcos)
03. A Juventude (La Juventud) (C. Valdez / E. Franco / Vrs. Rusky)
04. A Chuva Que Cai (E’ La Pioggia Che Va) (Mogol / Bob Lind / Vrs. Antônio Marcos)
05. Lágrimas (Din / Don)
06. Não Pisem nas Flores (No Pisen Las Flores) (Palito Ortega / Vrs. Amilcar Cerri)
07. Tente Perdoar (Dori Edson / Marcos Roberto)
08. Saudade Não É Privilégio de Ninguém (Osmar Navarro)
09. Tudo Isso Só Eu Sei (Dori Edson / Marcos Roberto)
10. Flor Maior (Célio Borges Pereira)
11. A Volta do Pic-Nic (Mário Faissal)
12. A Matinê (Tite de Oliveira / Levi Augusto)

A JUVENTUDE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Velhinhos Transviados – Os Netinhos dos Velhinhos Transviados (1970)

RCA Victor BBL 1509

The last post we had one Netinho and this time we have lots of them, having nothing better to do than play music surrounded by girls, judging by the front cover at least.

Well, I suppose that the music itself is played actually by José MenezesVelhinhos Transviados, for the first time presented with a career album on Parallel Realities, also notorious for their behaviour displayed on the front covers of their recordings.

The songs are from the classical repertoire of the seventies ranging from the Gibb Brothers via the Midnight Cowboy theme to José Menezes himself:

01. Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye (Paul Leka / Gary DeCarlo / Dale Frashuer)
Venus (Robbie Van Leeuwen)
02. My Pledge Of Love (Joe Stafford Jr.)
03. Everybody’s Talkin’ (Fred Neil)
04. Drunk Trumpet (José Menezes)
05. Ol’ Man River (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II)
06. I’ll Never Fall In Love Again (Burt Bacharach / Hal David)
07. Flocos de Milho (Geraldo Vespar)
08. Teletema (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)
09. Cantigas de Roda (Tradicional / Adpt. José Menezes)
10. The Colour Of My Love (Barry Ryan)
I’m Gonna Make You Mine (T. Romeo)
11. Maxixe Jovem (José Menezes)
12. Enfeita Teus Olhos de Sol (Carlito / Romeo Nunes)
13. I Started A Joke (Robin Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Barry Gibb)

GOING WHERE THE WEATHER SUITS MY CLOTHES

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Netinho e Seu Conjunto – Chorinho, Cuica e Tamborim (1977)

RCA Camden 107.0258

Netinho “Clarinete” strikes again with his conjunto and Clarinete.

This time on:

01. Chorinho Da Tula (Pedro Silveira Neto “Netinho”)
02. Urubu Malandro (Tradicional / Adpt. Lourival de Carvalho “Louro” / Adpt. João de Barro)
Na Glória (Raul de Barros / Ari dos Santos)
03. Dá-lhe Garoto (K-Ximbinho)
04. Dengoso (Jonas Pereira da Silva)
05. Teleguiado (K-Ximbinho)
06. Tio Sam no Choro (Nelson Cavaquinho / Guilherme de Brito)
07. Luis Americano no Lido (Luiz Americano)
08. Cabuloso (Jacob do Bandolim)
09. Bem-Te-Vi Atrevido (Lina Pesce)
10. Os Batutas (Pixinguinha / Daniel Santos)
11. Discotecando (Jota Santos)
12. Homenagem à Velha Guarda (Sivuca)
13. Antigamente (Candeia)
14. Chorando Pra Pixinguinha (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)

CARTOON

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Ribamar – Noites Cariocas (1976)

Coronado/EMI-Odeon SC 15018

Although this album by the great piano player and composer Ribamar has already been posted on the net on several sites, as far as I know it can not be downloaded anymore for quite a long time.
As Ribamar is one of my all time favorites, I can not resist the temptation to post also this commemorative album released on the 25th anniversary of his career.
Other Ribamar‘s career albums can be found in both parallel reallities.

The compositions are:

01. Castigo (Dolores Duran)
Fim de Caso (Dolores Duran)
A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
Solidão (Dolores Duran)
02. Gauchinha Bem Querer (Tito Madi)
03. Duas Vidas (Esdras Pereira da Silva / Ribamar)
04. Meu Sonho É Você (Altamiro Carrilho / Átila Nunes)
05. Delicado (Waldir Azevedo)
06. Pra Você (Silvio César)
Nossos Momentos (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)
07. Pedacinhos do Céu (Waldir Azevedo / Miguel Lima)
08. Mulher (Custódio Mesquita / Sady Cabral)
Tudo Cabe Num Beijo (Carolina Cardoso de Menezes / Osvaldo Santiago)
09. Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
10. Esmagando Rosas (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / David Nasser)
11. De Tanto Amor (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
12. Dizem Por Aí (Manoel da Conceição / Alberto Paz)

THE LADY ON THE PIANO

Ribamar – Quinteto Romantico – Bastante Intimo

Spot

This album by Ribamar, originally found on Loronix has at least three other editions of which two were already posted on Parallel Realities:

Nosso Encontro de Amor (Equipe EQC 853)
Duas Faces de Amor (Equipe EQ 804)
…Depois do Motel (Padrão 888.122)

There is one difference between Bastante Intimo and the other three: Ribamar and his conjunto are hidden behind the fictious Quinteto Romantico and it is released as MONO by Spot under a serial number and release date unknown to me.

You may ask yourself why I am posting another version of the same album and as expected I do not have an logical answer.

Maybe, just because it is there…

Anyway, the compositions are:

01. A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
02. Segredo (Herivelto Martins / Marino Pinto)
      Nunca (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
03. Duas Contas (Garoto)
      Dó-Ré-Mi (Fernando César)
04. Alguém Como Tu (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim)
      Não Tem Solução (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle)
05. Cansei de Ilusões (Tito Madi)
      Molambo (Jaime Florence “Meira” / Augusto Mesquita)
06. Canção de Amor (Chocolate / Elano de Paula)
      Canção da Volta (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
07. Não Tenho Você (Paulo Marques / Ari Monteiro)
      Se Você Se Importasse (Peterpan)
08. Folha Morta (Ary Barroso)
      Prece (Vadico / Marino Pinto)
09. Ninguém Me Ama (Fernando Lobo / Antônio Maria)
      Se Eu Morresse Amanhã (Antônio Maria)
10. Foi A Noite (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
      Neste Mesmo Lugar (Klécius Caldas / Armando Cavalcanti)

QUATRO FACES DE AMOR

Créditos: Zecalouro

Ribamar – Carinho e Amor – 10′ (1960)

Parallel Realities Studio 2015

Around five years ago, in another reality, I posted the album: Tito Madi & Ribamar – Carinho e Amor received from Edson Mendes.

Some time later, somebody somewhere decided to reissue music by Tito Madi and started deleting albums with the, at that time, newly copyrighted tracks. As those who have been trying lately to download this LP noticed, instead of the download link under the above mentioned album, the absurd DOWNLOAD YESTERDAY advice has appeared.

As without the masterpieces by Ribamar on the deleted album, I have the unmistakeable feeling that his discography here is incomplete, so I started a trip through all those countless realities existing parallel to the one considered as the only one and finally found one of them where the six tracks performed by Ribamar were released on a separate career 10′ LP, also dated 1960.

Note that in both realities the arrangements are by  Tito Madi, Lyrio Panicalli, Ribamar and Severino Filho. By coincidence the backing vocals are also by the Severino Filho Choral, including Os Cariocas:

In short: Another Parallel Realities Studio release containing:

Lado A:

01. Teu céu, minhas estrelas (Tito Madi)
02. Olhe-me, diga-me (Tito Madi)
03. Senhorita (Tito Madi)

Lado B:

04. Rio triste (Tito Madi)
05. Chove lá fora (Tito Madi)
06. Quero-te assim (Tito Madi)

RIBAMAR FROM A PARALLEL REALITY

Créditos: Edson Mendes from a parallel reality

Sylvio Vianna e Seu Conjunto Dancante – Mil e Uma Noites – Dancando No Cabaret Vol 1 (1959)

Imperial SIMP-30.237
Re-edição de Hoje A Noite É Sua (1959) Odeon MOFB 3105

With the previously posted album by Sylvion Vianna came the pleasant additional surprise in form of a previously to me unknown singer, Rosângela. I did some researching at that time to find more about her and found out that she is unmistakeably listed as singer on another two albums by Sylvio. If there is more of her singing I do not know, but I did not hesitate to add these two recordings to my Santa Claus wish list.

Santa Claus, mistaking me once more for a good boy, was quick to react:

In the currently downloading new package from Pedro & 300discos, I found the Imperial re-edition of one of those two albums and, as expected, Rosângela is singing three songs on this generally masterful album.

Strongly recommended:

01. Recado (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
02. Non Dimenticar (Gino Redi / Michele Galdieri)
03. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (Jerome Kern / Otto Harbach)
04. Intermezzo da ”Cavalleria Rusticana” (Mascagni) 05. Sem Ti (Jair Amorim / Ronaldo Lupo) com Rosângela
06. Amor Secreto (Secret Love) (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain / Vrs. Ghiaroni) com Rosângela
07. Mais Um Samba Pra Dançar (Cazuza)
08. Come Prima (Mario Panzeri / Sandro Taccani / Vincenzo Di Paola)
09. Piove (Domenico Modugno / Verde)
10. Amor (Silvio Viana)
11. Samba Sincopado (Silvio Vianna)
12. Quiereme Mucho (Gonzalo Roig) com Rosângela

SCHEHEREZADE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Esse Rio Que Eu Amo – Trilha Sonora do Filme (1961)

Columbia LPCB 37188

A soundtrack from I movie I have not watched and therefore I can not tell you anything about it, but there is a text you can read on the back cover, which also displays several screen shots.

The music, I do not have to explain as all interested now have a chance to hear it.

The compositions are separated into individual ones, but Lado B is also included as one uninterrupted track.

Enjoy:

Lado A:

01. Sinfonia do Rio de Janeiro [A Montanha, O Sol, O Mar] (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) com Orquestra e Coro sob direção de Lyrio PanicaliHaroldo de Almeida / Lana Bittencourt
02. Ele É Engraxate (Luis Antônio) Int?rprete(s): Coro Infantil
03. Dentro da Noite (Normando / Edson Borges) Normando

Lado B – Carnaval de Rua:

04. Você Passou (Nazareno de Brito / Alcyr Pires Vermelho)
05. Levanta Mangueira (Luis Antônio)
06. Madureira Chorou (Carvalhinho / Julio Monteiro)
07. No Outro Carnaval (Nilton Castro)
08. Lágrimas (Sebastião Nunes / Jackson do Pandeiro / José Garcia)
09. Perdi a Esperança (Adolfo Macedo / Airton Borges)
10. Quero Morrer no Carnaval (Luis Antônio / Eurico Campos) 
11. Foi Ela (Ary Barroso)
12. Saudade de Cetim (Eduardo de Oliveira / João Nicolau / José Ernesto Aguiar / Fernando César)

NO OUTRO CARNAVAL

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Carlinhos e Seu Conjunto – Como E Bom Dancar (1956)

Columbia LPCB 35023

Carlinhos Mafasoli‘s first career album (a 10′ rarity) recorded in 1956. 

More about this release you may read on the back cover while more of his music you may find in this parallel reality on 2 previously posted albums.

On his recording debut, together with his conjunto, he presents:

1. Como É Bom Dançar (le Piano Du Pauvre) (Leo Ferré) Fox
2. Me Lo Dijo Adela (Otilio Portal) Mambo cha cha
3. La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean (Marguerite Monnot / René Rouzaud) Fox
4. Bigode de Arame (Ângelo Apolônio ”Poly”) Chótis
5. Carlos Gardel (Herivelto Martins / David Nasser) Tango
6. Tristeza Marina (H. Sanguinete / R. Flores / J. Damos) Tango
7. Jurame (María Grever) Tango
8. Hoje Quem Paga Sou Eu (Herivelto Martins / David Nasser) Tango

DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Elcio Alvarez e Sua Orquestra – Exaltacao A Viola (1959)

Chantecler CMG 2041

Although Élcio Álvarez has recorded at least 15 career albums spanning the period from 1959 to 1983, he has so far been presented on Parallel Realities only with individual tracks on a compilation and as arranger and orchestra leader backing other artists.

Now, finally here he is with a career album, his second. More about the music featured may be found on the back cover text, written by Vicente Leporace.

Who is playing the viola caipira, you may either guess by listening to the tracks or by reading the last part of this post.

01. De Papo Pro Á (Joubert de Carvalho / Olegário Mariano)
02. Minha Terra (Waldemar Henrique)
03. Flor Amorosa (Joaquim Callado / Catulo da Paixão Cearense)
04. Morrendo de Amor (Canarinho / Maximino Parisi)
05. Na Serra da Mantiqueira (Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro)
06. Tristeza do Jeca (Angelino de Oliveira)
07. Rato Rato (Casemiro Rocha / Claudino Costa)
08. Na Virada da Montanha (Lamartine Babo / Ary Barroso)
09. Piraporinha (Alberto Candelizio)
10. Baião da Serra Grande (Fred Williams / Diogo Mulero ”Palmeira”)
11. Azulão (Almirante / João de Barro)
12. Sodade Ruim (Georgette Cutait / Diva Jabor)

Solista de viola caipira:

POLY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT TRISTEZA DO JECA by Mr Memory:
A toada Tristeza do Jeca, de Angelino de Oliveira é a mais representativa do repertório de música raiz, da verdadeira música que fala do povo simples que vive nas cidades interioranas do Brasil. A gravação de Tonico & Tinoco, datada de 1947, é a única completa dentre todas as inúmeras regravações existentes.