Miranda e Seu Regional – Amanha Tem Mais (1967)

Chantecler CMG 2449

The cover of the fourth Miranda album sent to us by Pedro & 300discos reveals even more than the previous ones: Next to Miranda are also several members of his Regional displayed.

Also the back cover provides us with a text about the music written by J. Pereira, as well as the track listing:

01. Ponte Aérea (Antônio Miranda)
02. Boa Viagem (Antônio Miranda)
03. Vai Pro Céu (Ivan A. Pires / Mário Aguinaldo)
04. Triste Solidão (Mário Aguinaldo / Santana)
05. Soluçando (Antônio Miranda)
06. O Trânsito Parou (Ivan A. Pires / José Astolfi)
07. Choro Gozado (Alberto Calçada)
08. Piracicabano (Antônio Miranda / Pedro L. Bubola)
09. Cabeludo (José C. Remondini / José Anacleto)
10. Acertando o Passo (Antônio Miranda / Ivan A. Pires)
11. Clube do Choro (Braz Baccarin / Antônio Miranda)
12. Amanhã Tem Mais (Portinho / Piraci)

SÓMENTE CHÔROS

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REVIEW by Mr Memory:
Gênio das cordas, assim como o seu amigo Angelo Apolônio (Poly), o paulistano Antônio Miranda Neto (Miranda) gravou belos álbuns pela Chantecler, dentre os quais, este Amanhã Tem Mais, aonde o grande músico, também mostra todo o seu talento de compositor.

Miranda e Seu Conjunto – Miranda Sensacional (1965)

Chantecler CMG 2319

Miranda‘s third album out of the package finally reveals the guitarist at first sight together with his guitar. Where the previous cover lady was sitting at the time is not disclosed though.

The back cover text is written & signed by Paulo Queiroz and gives additional information about this release.

Miranda e Seu Conjunto are backed by the Orquestra Chantecler under the direction of Expedito de Carvalho while performing:

01. Porque Te Alejas (Leo Dan)
02. Te Pido Que Me Guies (Leo Dan)
03. Célia (Leo Dan)
04. Los Quatro Muleros (Garcia Lorca)
05. Retiens La Nuit (Charles Aznavour / Georges Garvarentz / A. de Simone)
06. Maria Isabel (Leo Dan)
07. Le Ciliege (Elvio Favilla / Mogol / Tony Renis / Alberto Testa)
08. Et Pourtant (Charles Aznavour / Georges Garvarentz)
09. Five Hundred Miles (Hedy West)
10. El Patito (A. Arancibia)
11. Llorando Me Dormí (Bobby Capó)
12. It’s A Lonely Town (Doc Pomus / Mort Shuman)

THE PORTRAIT

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RETIENS LA NUIT by Mr Memory:
A balada Retiens la Nuit (Segure a Noite), composta pelo extraordinário Charles Aznavour, em parceria com Georges Garvarentz, foi um grande êxito do cantor francês Johnny Hallyday, lançado à 09 de Fevereiro de 1962. Johnny a cantou no filme Les Parisiennes, daquele mesmo ano (de 1962), dirigido por Marc Allégret. Na cena, Johnny acompanha-se ao violão, tendo ao seu lado a bonita atriz Catherine Deneuve.

Miranda e Conjunto – O Maximo no Genero (1963)

Chantecler CMG 2230

As the next career album by Miranda to be presented, I have chosen his O Máximo no Gênero from 1963 as it is at first sight a bit more revealing than the previous one:

The front cover displays this time not only his guitar, but also the young lady sitting on it.

The back cover shows that the arrangements are by Francisco Morais, also
the text on the back cover text gives additional facts, but not who has written it. 

I am listing here also the names of tracks performed and their composers, but to discover how it all sounds you must do it yourself by listening to:

01. Bonanza (Ray Evans / Jay Livingston)
02. Samba É (A. Miranda / Santana)
03. Dança Cubana (Ari de Jesus / Domingos Real)
04. Dança do Boogie Woogie (Carlos Armando)
05. Hava Nagila (Abraham Zevi Idelsohn)
06. Wadiya (Earl Gary / Jean Rolle / Van Aleda)
07. Cassino (Boudleaux Bryant)
08. Furugudum (Paulo Rogério)
09. Afrikaan Beat (Bert Kaempfert)
10. Las Vegas (L. Johnson)
11. Barril de Chopp (Beer Barrel Polka) (Jaromir Vejvoda / Wladimir A. Timm / Lew Brown)
12. Baby Sittin’ Boogie (Johnny Parker / Joachim Relin)

HEAVEN OR LAS VEGAS

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Miranda e Seu Conjunto – Salerosa (1962)

Chantecler CMG 2189

Presenting guitar player Antonio Miranda Netto (his full name) or just Miranda for the first time on a career album on Parallel Realities. Note that he was already included here in the various artists album Coquetel de Sambas as well as sideman on Portinho‘s Choro Chorado in another reality

The latest package sent by Pedro & 300discos contains several of his albums, and for the first I have chosen Salerosa from 1962, his second career album (out of eight listed + eight 78 rpms) mainly because the cover clearly displays his instrument, as well as the back cover offers an informative text by Braz Baccarin about Chantecler‘s sound quality, the music + sound effects on this album and Miranda‘s career so far.

01. Salerosa (Santana / Enzo Almeida Passos)
02. Frenesi (Alberto Dominguez)
03. Taboo (Margarita Lecuona)
04. Para Vigo Me Voy (Ernesto Lecuona)
05. Cubanacan (Moisés Simons / Sauvat / Chamfleury)
06. Quem É Que Não Sente (Waldick Soriano)
07. En Un Bote de Vela (Raul Rene Rosado)
08. Cumaná (Roc Hillman / Barclay Allen / Harold Spina)
09. Aquellos Ojos Verdes (Nilo Menendez / Adolfo Utrera)
10. Cha Cha Sula (Caçulinha / César da Fonseca)
11. El Cumbanchero (Rafael Hernandez)
12. Pa-Ran-Pan-Pan (Sergio de Karlo)

ELECTRIC

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Salinas e seu Conjunto e Leny Caldeira – Atardecer Carioca (1958)

Columbia 8184

To continue with Leny Caldeira, I decided to re-post an album downloaded several years ago from a site from Uruguay called Vinilos & Vinilos.

It is a compilation of tracks by Daniel Salinas from the album Uma Tarde No Rio posted in another reality and four tracks by Leny Caldeira of which three are from the 10′ LP by Leny Caldeira posted yesterday:

01. Delicado (Waldir Azevedo)
02. Un Paseo por el Norte (Peguei Um Ita No Norte) (Dorival Caymmi)
03. A Los Pies de la Cruz (Aos Pés da Cruz) (Marino Pinto / Zé da Zilda)
04. Esta Noche Serenata (Esta Noite Serenou) (Hervé Cordovil) – Leny Caldeira
05. Alguien como Tu (Alguém Como Tu) (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim) – Leny Caldeira
06. Tico-Tico No Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu)
07. Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
08. Cabeza Hinchada (Cabeça Inchada) (Hervé Cordovil)
09. Maria la DulceraLeny Caldeira
10. Para Que Recordar (Fernando César / Carlos César)
11. Ala Blanca (Asa Branca) (Luiz Gonzaga / Humberto Teixeira)
12. Llueve Afuera (Chove Lá Fora) (Tito Madi) - Leny Caldeira
13. Favela (Roberto Martins / Waldemar Silva)
14. Maracangalha (Dorival Caymmi)
15. Maria Escandalosa (Klécius Caldas / Armando Cavalcanti)
16. Acuarela de Brasil (Aquarela do Brasil) (Ary Barroso)

VINILOS & VINILOS

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Leny Caldeira – Esta Noite Serenou (1957)

Columbia LPCB 35053

The first career album (a 10′ LP) by Leny Caldeira is one of those which I almost lost hope of finding at all, as I searched for it without any success from the moment I heard Leny Caldeira for the first time and this has been long ago.
Her second album, a regular 12′ LP, you may find in another reality.

1. Esta Noite Serenou (Hervé Cordovil) Baião
2. Ouça (Maуsa) Bolero
3. Porque Brilham os Teus Olhos (Fernando César) Fox
4. De Papo Pro Á (Joubert de Carvalho / Olegário Mariano) Baião
5. Sorriu Para Mim (Garoto / Luiz Cláudio (1)) Samba
6. Alguém Como Tu (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim) Bolero
7. Solução (Raul Sampaio / Ivo Santos) Samba
8. Chove Lá Fora (Tito Madi) Fox

THIS NIGHT’S SURPRISE

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Astor e Sua Orquestra – Isto e Orquestra (1963)

CBS 37278

The orchestral renditions of:

01. Vola Colomba (Carlo Concina / Bruno Cherubini)
02. My Shawl (Berrios / Cugat)
03. Desafinado (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
04. Ginga das Palmas (Ivan Paulo da Silva “Carioca”)
05. Jersey Bounce (Plater / Bradsh / W. Johnson / Wright)
06. Bouncin’ With Basie (Bert Paige / Pol Stone)
07. Apito no Samba (Luiz Bandeira / Luis Antônio)
08. Marina (Dorival Caymmi)
09. Harlem Nocturne (Earle Hagen / Dick Rogers)
10. Bolero (Balakirev)
11. El Dia Que Me Quieras (Carlos Gardel / Alfredo Le Pera)
12. Et Maintenant (Gilbert Bécaud / Pierre Delanoé)

THAT’S THE ORCHESTRA

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Orquestra Sob a Direcao de Astor – O Baile do Ano (1962)

Columbia LPCB 37210

The mystery about Zeca‘s last post has been finally resolved thanks to friends Noemia and Frank-Oliver and you can now finally read all about it on  yesterday’s post and comments.

While doing so, you may enjoy Astor Silva‘s track from the release posted now, recorded back in 1962:

01. Madeira de Lei (Luiz Bandeira / Renato Araújo)
02. Tumba Lê Lê (Francisco Neto / Nilton Neves / Jarbas Reis)
03. Aquellos Ojos Verdes (Nilo Menendez / Adolfo Utrera)
04. Los dos Sabemos (Cavagnaro)
05. Pennsylvania 6-5000 (Grey / Sigman)
06. Astor Em Hollywood (Astor Silva)
07. In The Mood (Joe Garland / Andy Razaf)
08. Chattanooga Choo Choo (Harry Warren / Mack Gordon)
09. Castiguei (Jorge Costa / Venâncio)
10. Samba Maravilhoso (José Toledo / Jean Manzon)
11. Angelitos Negros (Manoel Alvarez Maciste / Andres Eloy Blanco)
12. Triste Não (Jorge Smera / Othon Russo)

ALL IS CLEAR

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Astor e Sua Orquestra – Samba… So Samba! (1963)

CBS 37310

Contrary to the previously posted album by Astor Silva, this one has also been presented on Loronix but this time, as usual, Zeca‘s text can be found and read on  Órfãos do Loronix.

The tracks can, as usual, be enjoyed here:

01. Mulata Assanhada (Ataulfo Alves)
02. Garota de Ipanema (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
03. Só Danço Samba (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
04. Saudade (Ruy Rey / Emílio Batista)
05. Olhou Pra Mim (Ed Lincoln / Silvio César)
06. Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso)
07. Meditação (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
08. La Forcata (Nino Oliviero / Riz Ortolani)
09. Chora Tua Tristeza (Oscar Castro Neves / Luvercy Fiorini)
10. Ti Guarderó Nel Cuore (Nino Oliviero / Riz Ortolani / Marcello Ciorciolini)
11. Eu Nasci no Morro (Ary Barroso)
12. O Que o Samba Tem (Othon Russo / Astor Silva)

ENJOY THE TRACKS!

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Lord Astor e Seu Conjunto – E Danca (1961)

Imperial/Odeon IMP 30.025

As far as I can remember, this album by Astor Silva was posted on Loronix but for some mysterious reasons was not included on Órfãos do Loronix.
that means that I can not point to the usual location where Zeca‘s original text might be found.

Anyway, I am sure that the lack of competent information will not spoil your pleasure while listening to:

01. Agora É Cinza (Alcebíades Barcelos “Bide” / Armando “Marçal”)
02. A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
03. Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
04. Fita Amarela (Noel Rosa)
05. Oh! Carol (Neil Sedaka / Howard Greenfield)
06. Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael / Mitchell Parish)
07. Este Seu Olhar (Tom Jobim)
08. Feitiço da Vila (Noel Rosa / Vadico)
09. Dindi (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
10. The Diary (Neil Sedaka / Howard Greenfield)
11. Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
12. Laura (David Raksin / Johnny Mercer)

SOUNDS FROM THE HOUSE OF LORDS

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EDIT: I just discovered that Loronix has posted another album with the same lady’s same photograph on the front cover: Walter Wanderley‘s No Embalo do Samba, recorded under the false name Mike Falacao.
Probably, that’s the one I remembered…

ZECA’S LAST POST ON LORONIX by Frank-Oliver
This was the last post at Loronix and was a long time seen when you opened the website.

ZECA’S COMPLETE TEXT by Noemia:
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 by Zecalouro:
Hello, good evening! I am very close to finish an important work to Loronix and also a key effort to bring some relief to the financial problems I’m facing this year. I would love to make the announcement now, but I need some final and necessary adjustments. It is only a matter of days, days of hard work by the way. Meanwhile, I would leave you in with a great record of one of the most important Brazilian instrumentalist, Astor Silva, the legendary trombonist and arranger recording with a fake name of Lord Astor. Let’s see.

This is Lord Astor e Sua Conjunto – E Danca (1961), for Imperial, the legendary Odeon door sales subsidiary. We know Imperial uses to reissue Odeon albums with another presentation, but so far I could not identify which original Astor Silva release this album belongs. This cover was also used on another Imperial release, Mike Falcao e Seu Conjunto – No Embalo do Samba (1966), which is Walter Wanderley recording with this fake name. Anyway, better stay with the outstanding Astor Silva playing leading a Conjunto — credited by mistake as an orchestra — of unknown musicians. 

MORE TEXTS by Noemia:
More texts about this album from the blogs: Eu Ovo and Toque Musical you may read here inside the comments.

Astor e Sua Orquestra – Um Brasileiro em Roma (1959)

Odeon MOFB 3078

Looks like Astor Silva has either visited Italy in 1959 or he has simply been inspired by Italian music (which was really great at that time) while recording this album accompanied by his orchestra.

If the inspiration was from flashbacks or fantasies you may try to figure out by listening to:

01. Ciribiribin (Pestalozza)
02. Arrivederci Roma (Renato Rascel / Pietro Garinei / Sandro Giovannini)
03. Come Prima (Mario Panzeri / Sandro Taccani / Vincenzo Di Paola)
04. Santa Lúcia Luntana (E. A. Mário)
05. Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare) (Domenico Modugno / Franco Migliacci)
06. Concerto D’autunno (Camillo Bargoni / Danpa)
07. O Sole Mio (Eduardo Di Capua / Giovanni Capurro)
08. Piccolissima Serenata (Gianni Ferrio / Antonio Amurri)
09. Anema e Core (Salvatore D’Esposito / Tito Manlio)
10. Domani (U. Minucci / T. Velona)
11. Torna A Surriento (Ernesto de Curtis)
12. Scapricciatiello (Pacifico Vento / Ferdinando Albano)

VIA VENETO

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Lord Astor e Seus Dixiedrools – Brasil em Ritmo de Charlston (1959)

Odeon MOFB 3113

I have no idea when or why Astor Silva has received the title of Lord from the British Queen, but there it is.

I have never before heard of his backing group called Dixiedrools but here they ar performing on this album from 1959 devoted to Charleston.

Neither could I imagine how Ary Barroso‘s Risque could be performed as a Charleston, but there it is.

Curious?

Listen to these tracks and you’ll be pleasantly surprised:

01. Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso)
02. Maracangalha (Dorival Caymmi)
03. Não Tenho Lágrimas (Max Bulhões / Milton de Oliveira)
04. Cidade Maravilhosa (André Filho)
05. Risque (Ary Barroso)
06. Carinhoso (Pixinguinha / João de Barro)
07. Na Baixa do Sapateiro (Ary Barroso)
08. Mamãe Eu Quero (Jararaca / Vicente Paiva)
09. Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
10. Touradas Em Madri (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
11. No Tabuleiro da Baiana (Ary Barroso)
12. Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)

PRINCEWALES TON

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Paulo Moura, Aurino, Maurilio e Nelsinho – Coquetel de Sucessos (1961)

RCA Camden CALB 5027

The first album to finish transfer to my PC from the downloading as I write package sent by Pedro & 300discos is (as you might have expected) the Santa Claus wish list long awaited Coquetel de Sucessos by the renowned:

Paulo Moura (Sax alto)
Aurino (Sax tenor)
Maurílio  Santos(Pistom)
Nelsinho do Trombone (?)

Simply marvellous:

01. Eu e Tu (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia) Paulo Moura
02. Bat Masterson (Bart Corwin / Havens Wray) Aurino
03. Abandono (Castro Alves / Rodolfo Marques / Taque Nacur) Maurílio Santos
04. Santeleco (Luiz Bonfá / Maria Helena Toledo) Nelsinho do Trombone
05. Greenfields (Terry Gilkyson / Richard Deher / Frank Miller) Paulo Moura
06. Aliança (Getúlio Macedo) Aurino
07. Chuva de Arroz (Rutinaldo / Emilinha Borba) Maurílio Santos
08. Se Eu Morrer Amanhã (Garcia Júnior / Jorge Martins) Nelsinho do Trombone
09. Little Devil (Neil Sedaka / Howard Greenfield) Aurino
10. Rose (Henri Salvador / Michel) Paulo Moura
11. Recado de Amor (Luiz Wanderley) Nelsinho do Trombone
12. Tristeza Em Mim (Mário Tavares / José Guimarães) Maurílio Santos

FOUR SEASONS COCKTAIL

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Conjunto Arpoador e Vozes – Sambas de todo Tempos (1969)

RCA Camden CALB 5193

Conjunto Arpoador on Parallel Realities for the second and probably the last time (as it is apparently their only career album which had been already re-posted from Loronix into this parallel reality, but the link has expired).
This time we have it as a transfer by Pedro

For details, I am suggesting to read Zeca‘s text about in on Órfãos do Loronix where it is reprinted.

Here is just the list of participants:

Raul Mascarenhas (piano)
Rildo Hora (acoustic guitar and harmonica)
Reizinho (drums)
Jorge Marinho (bass)
Coral do Joab (voices)

As well as the track listing:

01. Eu Quero Um Samba (Haroldo Barbosa / Janet de Almeida)
02. Helena, Helena (Antônio Almeida / Constantino Silva “Secundino”)
      O Que É Que Eu Dou (Dorival Caymmi / Antônio Almeida)
03. Gosto Que Me Enrosco (J. B. da Silva “Sinhô”)
04. Falsa Baiana (Geraldo Pereira)
05. Você Foi Mais Uma (Cícero Nunes)
06. Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
07. Vem Chegando A Madrugada (Noel Rosa de Oliveira / Zuzuca)
08. Na Cadência do Samba (Ataulfo Alves / Paulo Gesta)
      Atire A Primeira Pedra (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
      Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
09. Quem Te Viu, Quem Te Vê (Chico Buarque)
10. Barracão (Luis Antônio / Oldemar Magalhães)
      Lata D’Água (Luis Antônio / Jota Júnior)
      Zé Marmita (Luis Antônio / Brasinha)
      Alguém Como Tu (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim)          
      Está Nascendo Um Samba (Tito Madi / Romeo Nunes)

TIME IS MELTING AGAIN

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Lyrio Panicali e Sua Orquestra – Humberto Teixeira em varios Ritmos (1958)

Columbia LPCB 37011

This tribute to Humberto Teixeira by Lyrio Panicali was already presented in a parallel reality.

In this reality it was called: The Sound of Brazil.

Now we have it again, but as a transfer from another vinyl, wrapped in another cover.

The tracks are the same in both realities:

01. Sinfonia do Café (Humberto Teixeira)
02. Kalu (Humberto Teixeira)
03. Só Uma Louca Não Vê (Humberto Teixeira / Lauro Maia)
04. Bate o Bombo (Humberto Teixeira)
05. Folha Caída (Humberto Teixeira)
06. Seridó (Humberto Teixeira / Luiz Gonzaga)
07. Meu Brotinho (Luiz Gonzaga / Humberto Teixeira)
08. Tentaste Mentir (Humberto Teixeira / Felícia Godoy)
      Só Mesmo Um Grande Amor (Humberto Teixeira / Felícia Godoy)
09. Asa Branca (Luiz Gonzaga / Humberto Teixeira)
      Ajuda Teu Irmão (Humberto Teixeira)
10. Deus Me Perdoe (Lauro Maia / Humberto Teixeira)
11. Carrapicho (Humberto Teixeira)
      Eu Vou Pro Ceará (Humberto Teixeira)
12. Festa Canora (Humberto Teixeira)

DEJA VU (DANS UN REALITE PARALLELE)

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Musica de Waldemar Henrique na Interpretacao de Jorge Fernandes (1956)

Sinter SLP 1064

Singer Jorge Fernandes for the first time on Parallel Realities with his second album (a 10′ LP), recorded in 1956 as a tribute to composer Waldemar Henrique, who is personally accompanying him on piano.

As far as i could find out, Jorge‘s first recording, a 78rpm album was released back in 1930, followed by quite an impressive list of other 78rpms, but unfortunately, only three career album followed, the latest being recorded in 1958.

More about both Waldermar Henrique and Jorge Fernandes you may read in a text printed on the back cover.

The compositions are:

01. Minha Terra (Waldemar Henrique)
02. Trem de Alagoas (Waldemar Henrique / Ascenso Ferreira)
03. Violeiro de Estrada (Waldemar Henrique)
04. Meu Último Luar (Waldemar Henrique)
05. Rolinha (Waldemar Henrique)
06. Momento (Minha Amada Tão Longe) (Waldemar Henrique / Alphonsus de Guimarães Filho)
07. Coco Peneruê (Waldemar Henrique)
08. Tamba-Tajá (Waldemar Henrique)
09. Sem Seu (Waldemar Henrique)
10. Boi-bumbá (Waldemar Henrique)
11. Abá-Logum (Waldemar Henrique)
12. Foi Boto Sinhá (Waldemar Henrique / Antônio Tavernard)
13. Matintaperera (Waldemar Henrique / Antônio Tavernard)
14. No Jardim de Oeira (Waldemar Henrique)

MINHA TERRA

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