Uccio Gaeta – O Novo Som de Uccio Gaeta (1968)

Chantecler CMG 2500

The first impression when stumbling upon Uccio Gaeta while unpacking the package from Pedro & 300discos was that it is an album by a gaeta player unknown to me whose real first name is Uccio.
Of course, I was proved wrong. Uccio Gaeta is a multiinstrumentalist whose origin, according to his name, I would place somewhere in Italy, probably Sicily where, according to his name, might also be the birthplace of Mario Albanese, as Sicily was largely inhabited by Albanian folks.
Also, Mario Albanese is prominently featured, together with Uccio, as composer on this album.
More about Uccio, together with a list of instruments he played, you may read on the back cover in a tightly packed text by Armando Blundi Bastos.

The medleys performed are listed here and you may enjoy them after clicking upon the usually cryptic text under the list:

01. No Balanço do Jequibau (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
      Jequibau (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)
      Gamboa (Ciro Pereira / Mário Albanese)

02. Viola Enluarada (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sérgio Valle)
      Um Amor Sem Igual (Mário Albanese / Ciro Pereira)

03. Bom Tempo (Chico Buarque)
      Até Segunda-Feira (Chico Buarque)
      Lapinha (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)

04. Esta Tarde Vi Llover (Armando Manzanero)
      Habla Me (Armando Manzanero)

05. Januária (Chico Buarque)
      Areia e Mar (Mário Albanese / Uccio Gaetta)
      Serenata Em Teleco-Teco (Gilberto Gil)

06. A Flor Que o Tempo Guardou (Mário Albanese / Uccio Gaetta)
      Tristeza de Amor (Mário Albanese / Uccio Gaetta)

07. Inno (John Carter / Ken Lewis / Mogol)
      L’Ultima Cosa (Luciano Beretta / Umberto Balsamo)
      Você Não Serve Pra Mim (Renato Barros)

08. Melancolia (Denis Brean)
      Além da Imaginação (José Paulo Pires / Arnaldo C. Franco)
      Você (Mário Albanese / Heitor Carillo)

09. La Tramontana (Daniele Pace / Mario Panzeri)
      Madame X (Uccio Gaetta / Mário Albanese)
      Samba Chá-chá-chá (Mário Albanese)

10. Vesti Azul (Nonato Buzar)
      Malayisha (Miriam Makeba / Jerry Ragovoy)
      Tubon (Uccio Gaetta / Mário Albanese)

THE USUALLY CRYPTIC TEXT

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

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