Scarambone e Seu Conjunto – Orgao Dancante (1960)

RCA Victor BBL 1089

Fortunately, in the current package Pedro & 300discos have included also a third album by Scarambone, by coincidence in a chronological manner. It is his third career album released in 1960 on which the participants are:

Francisco Scarambone (Órgão)
Baden Powell (Guitarra)
Del Loro (Violão
Marinho (Contrabaixo)
José Scarambone (Vibrafone)
Barão (Bateria nos foxes e boleros)
Plinio (Bateria nos sambas)
Gilberto (Pandeiro, Maraca)
Celso (Caixeta)

Note that there are two drummers, Barão who is obviously specialized in fox and bolero rhythms and he is performing on the appropriate fox and bolero tracks, while Plinio is playing drums on the samba tracks.

01. I Could Have Danced All Night (Alan Jay Lerner / Frederick Loewe)
02. Sabrá Dios (Álvaro Carrillo)
03. Só Deus (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
04. With A Song In My Heart (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
05. Cinzeiro Cheio (Francisco Scarambone)
06. Solução (Raul Sampaio / Ivo Santos)
07. Till (Carl Sigman / Charles Danvers)
08. Non Dimenticar (Gino Redi / Michele Galdieri)
09. There Goes My Heart (A. Silver / B. Davis)
10. Conversa (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
11. Um Violino Nel Mio Cuore (Laparcerie / Rastelli)
12. Brasil Moreno (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto)

WRAPPED IN A PARA DANÇAR COVER

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

THE SCARAMBONE BROTHERS by Frank-Oliver:
We have here two different artists, the main artist here is Francisco Scarambone, the brother of Jose, who is the main artist on the two earlier albums.

2 thoughts on “Scarambone e Seu Conjunto – Orgao Dancante (1960)

  1. Milan, we havr here two different artists, the main artist here is Francisco Scarambone, the brother of Jose, who is the artist on the two earlier albums.

  2. On the first two albums of the series, Jose Scarambone was clearly presented in the linear notes as one person playing vibrafone and piano, also this album is listed under “Scarambone”. But now, after your comment I read carefuly the linear notes on this one and it seems that you are right.

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