Moacyr Marques – 4 Sucessos (Compacto Duplo) (1960)

Tiger EP-TR-501

If I have understood the back cover text correctly, this should be Moacyr Marques‘ first recording.

The back cover of this unlisted rarity credits the whole formation of musicians participating:

Moacyr Marques – Sax-Tenôr
Zequinha Marinho – Piano
GabrieL – Basso
Wilson – Batteria
Pernambuco do Pandeiro e Pedro dos Santos – Ritmo

Also the 4 tracks (not included in any of his albums, as far as I know):

1. Menina Moça (Luiz Antonio)
2. Alguém Me Disse (Jair Armorim / Evaldo Gouvêia)
3. Me Leva (José Garcia / Anisio Silva / Silas de Oliveira)
4. Idéias Erradas (Dolores Duran / Ribamar)

MOACYR’S FIRST RECORDING

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

GUESS by Bossanov:
I think, Wilson is Wilson Das Neves, taking part at Jazz & Bossa-Nova on Tiger. May be Gabriel be Gabriel Bezerra de Mello?

DATE OF RECORDING APPROXIMATION by Frank-Oliver:
It seems this EP came before the Tiger LP, so the date is 1959 / 1960.

UPDATED EXPIRED LINKS by Milan Filipović:
I have updated the links in another reality to those albums by Moacyr Marques that could be re-uploaded.

6 thoughts on “Moacyr Marques – 4 Sucessos (Compacto Duplo) (1960)

  1. Hi, Milan!
    That's really great!! Thanks! I think, Wilson is Wilson Das Neves, taking part at “Jazz & Bossa-Nova” on Tiger. May be Gabriel be Gabriel Bezerra de Mello?
    All the best!
    Bossanov

  2. Hi Milan and Pedro, thank you very much for this great EP, unknown to me until now. Even the discography on Moacyr Marques website did not list this. It seems this EP came before the Tiger LP, so the date is 1959 / 1960.

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