Diplomatas No Samba Com Paulo Roberto Ao Órgão (1963)

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To continue with diplomatic activities started in the previous post, today I am presenting some other diplomats, fronted by Paulo Roberto on the organ as well as on the front cover:

Consultations in the Security Council of the UN are fortunately not reflected in these compositions:

01. Рraça Onze (Неrivelto Martins / Grande Otelo)
02. Murmúrio (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
03. Fala Amor (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
04. Na Сadência do Samba (Ataulfo Alves / Раulo Gesta)
05. Samba da Madrugada (Dora Loрes / Сarminha Masсarenhas / Неrotides Nasсimento)
06. Despedida de Mangueira (Веnedito Laсerda / Aldo Сabral)
07. E Você… Não Dizia Nada (Нélio Sindô / José Saссomani / Jorge Martins)
08. Volta Por Cima (Раulo Vanzolini)
09. Quem Me Dera (José Roу / Неnrique de Almeida)
10. Сhorou Сhorou (Luis Antônio)
11. O Morro Não Tem Vez (Tom Jobim / Viniсius de Moraes)
12. Zelão (Sergio Riсardo)


Créditos: Anonymous / 300 discos

4 thoughts on “Diplomatas No Samba Com Paulo Roberto Ao Órgão (1963)

  1. Any chance of a re up Milan? and do you or your friends know which group and song this is?? i uploaded this track on youtube–very nice bossa but i don’t know who it is? Any idea?

    –the recording is from a DJ MIX where they don’t give any info.Anyway if you get a chance please listen.Cheers Stu

    1. The Diplomats have resumed their diplomatic activities, Stu.
      As the mysterious track is concerned, I have listened to it but can not determine neither the song, nor the interpretes.
      But maybe, someone who knows will give you the reply.

  2. Thanks for the re-up Milan! I think the group maybe a Pacifico Mascarenhas group or maybe a group called Grupo Manifesto.Anyway thanks.


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