Sacha – Sacha no Sacha’s (1958)

An interesting text about Sacha and his club as written by Zecalouro and posted on loronix should be read inside the first comment.
Enjoy the atmosphere of freedom in these compositions:
1. Ses Mains (J. Bateill)
You’re Sensational (Cole Porter)
Anema e Core (Manlio)
It’s Delovely (Cole Porter)
Beija-me (Roberto Martins / Mário Rossi)
Invitation (B. Kaper)
It’s All Right With Me (Cole Porter)
Valsa de Uma Cidade (Antônio Maria / Ismael Netto)
Old Devil Moon from This Moment On (B. Lane)
Starlight (O. Cesana)
2. “Seleção de My Fair Lady”
I’ve Got Accustomed To Her Face (F. Loewe)
On The Street Where You Live (F. Loewe)
I Could Have Danced All Night (F. Loewe)
3. Se Acaso Você Chegasse (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
4. Around The World (V. Young / H. Adamson)
5. Parceria (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
6. You Made Me Feel So Young (J. Myrow / M. Gordon)
7. Cabelos Brancos (Herivelto Martins / Marino Pinto)
Créditos: Zecalouro / Mr.X

One thought on “Sacha – Sacha no Sacha’s (1958)

  1. Zeca's text as it appeared on loronix:
    Let's think about Casablanca, the movie with Humphrey Bogart. Humphrey Bogart, Rick at Casablanca was the owner of a nightclub Rick's America in Cafe. Rick was in Africa, in the middle of World War II, and his club was a neutral territory, Rick had the command, giving orders and running the business with authority.
    This LP is about Sacha, an Austrian pianist. Sacha came to Brazil in 1948 and a couple of years later founded his own nightclub, Sacha's. According with some friends of my parents, Sacha was such like Rick, running his nightclub like his own place. The difference – what a big difference – is that Sacha plays his own piano and released some records in the 50's and 60's.
    I didn't know this artist existence, thanks to Mr. X. that sent to zecalouro a later Sacha LP and then I could search for more, finding this one. This is Sacha – Sacha no Sacha's (1958), which has a perfect ambience of the old nightclubs in Rio de Janeiro. I'm sure that you will find it interesting.


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