Roberto Inglez and his Orchestra – Samba Samba (1951)

I left my computer and slsk open for several hours and when I approached it again I received a pleasant surprise. An album which I lined up for download from an user called kill pop tarts (who is even more rarely online than me), was complete in my incoming folder.
A rarity, probably the first album (a 10′ to be precise) recorded by Maestro Roberto Inglez a crazy Scottish gentlemen who spent many years working hard (with Dalva de Oliveira and other suspicious characters) in South America, instead of enjoying mist, rain and boredom in Great Britain.
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The eight compositions are:
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1. Samba Samba (E.Warner / Bob S.Howard)
2. Brazil (S.K.Russel / Ary Barroso)
3. Os Quindins de Yaya (Ary Barroso)
4. Whistle Samba (Joel de Almeida)
5. Chi-baba Chi-baba (My Bambino Go To Sleep) (Mack David / Al Hoffman / Jerry Livingston)
6. Zacatecas (Bom-ba) (Milton Leeds / Ted Varnick)
7. Mocking Bird (Harold Geller)
8. Dengozo (Ernesto Nazareth)
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DENGOSO & SCOTCH ON THE ROCKS
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Créditos: kill pop tarts

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