Gaucho e Seu Conjunto – Rio, Musica e Amor (1960)

Polydor LPNG 4056


To start the new year, we have the opportunity to enjoy a new album by Accordion player Gaúcho, backed by his conjunto, recorded 1960. I am refering to it as new as it was (as far as I know), never before posted on the net.

If you are in Rio at the moment, enjoy Rio, it’s music and love. If you are some place else, imagine that you are in Rio and enjoy it’s music and love:

01. Indian Love Call (Rudolf Friml / Otto Harbach / Oscar Hammerstein II)
02. Professora (Benedito Lacerda / Jorge Faraj)
03. Navertheless (B. Kalmar / H. Ruby)
04. Um Chorinho Diferente (Gaúcho)
05. La Barca (Roberto Cantoral)
06. Ocultei (Ary Barroso)
07. Quem É (Osmar Navarro / Oldemar Magalhães)
08. Descendo o Morro (Billy Blanco / Tom Jobim)
09. Vous Qui Passez Sans Me Voir (Charles Trenet / J. Hess)
10. Maldade (Waldemar Gomes)
11. Mandolins In The Moonlight (P. Green)
12. Segredo (Herivelto Martins / Marino Pinto)

Presented by:

Gaúcho (Acordeom)
Vadico (Piano)
Netinho (Clarinete)
Menezes (Guitarra)
Tião Marinho (Contrabaixo)
Coroa (Bateria)
Luna, Silvio e Alfinete


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos


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