Carnaval de 1958 (1957)

Continental LPP 3011

After a day of high fever due to influenca or similar (first time since 1999) I managed to quick-cure it with a bottle of Merlot, some home-grown plants and return to business as usual:
A recording suitable to start preparations for next year’s Carnaval‘s singing, dancing and drinking…

The ’58 tracks:

01. Mulheres Da Terceira Dúzia (João de Barro / Antônio Almeida) Emilinha Borba
02. Aula de Amor (Klécius Caldas / Armando Cavalcanti) Bill Farr
03. Não Faz Marola (Antônio Almeida / José Batista) Jorge Goulart
04. Não Te Mete Nisso (Arnô Provenzano / Otolindo Lopes / William Duba) Vera Lúcia
05. Cola No Corpo (Norival Reis / Ruy Rey / Alberto Rego) Ruy Rey
06. Chora na Cama (Antônio Almeida) Emilinha Borba
07. O Circo Vem Aí (Francisco Neto / José Roy) Risadinha
08. Cadê Lili (João de Barro / Antônio Almeida) Duo Guarujá
09. Sempre Mangueira (Antônio Nássara / Wilson Batista / Jorge de Castro) Jorge Goulart
10. Não Quero Mais (José Bispo ”Jamelão” / Mário Parafuso / Jabá) Jamelão
11. Deus Me Ajudou (Benedito Reis / Manoel Trindade) Gilberto Milfont
12. Vou Botar Pra Jambrar (Francisco Neto / Jarbas Reis) Risadinha
13. São Dois Loucos (Antônio Nássara / J. Cascata) Nora Ney
14. Tô Que Não Posso Mais (Alfredo Borba / Edson Borges) Duo Guarujá
15. Não Quero Mais Assunto (Haroldo Lobo / Milton de Oliveira) Gilberto Milfont
16. Jogado Fora (Geraldo Figueiredo) Vagalumes do Luar

YESTERDAY’S FEVER

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

6 thoughts on “Carnaval de 1958 (1957)

  1. I recovered immediately using Merlot wine from Macedonia and Brazilian music as medicine.
    Can't say which of the two was crucial, though.
    Also, there was a third element in the curing process which I will not advertise in public…

  2. I can only suppose, that in Parallel Reality it was “The Fifth Element”;))))
    Again Slavonic reminiscences – Milica Jovovic-Loginova, etc.!
    Bossanov

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