Araci Cortes (1929 – 1925)

Here is the last (or first) volume of this series.
I am aware of the fact that lots of questions are left unanswered:
– Why was Araci’s first recording made in 1925 Serenata de Tosell left out of this 5 volumes set? Maybe because it is lost? Is there another hidden time machine station 1925?
– Who is the mysterious Carlos? Is he really a prince in exile?
– Who are Herbert and George Welles? Are they two alter egos of H.G.Welles, the author of the Time Machine? Are they twin brothers, maybe?
– Who is Jennifer Welles? Was she really married to Herbert Welles? Or (without knowing it) married to both brothers?
Etc…
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While meditating or googling to find out the answers these unanswered mysteries, enjoy:
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01. 1929 Vâo Por Mim (Harmonia) – Com Francisco Alves
02. 1929 Zomba
03. 1929 Vamos Juntar Os Trapinhos
04. 1929 Vá cumprir O Teu Destino
05. 1929 Tu Qué Tomá Meu Home
06. 1929 Quindins de Iaiá
07. 1929 Quem Quiser Ver
08. 1929 Produto Nacional
09. 1929 Poeta do Sertão
10. 1929 O Amor Vem Quando A Gente Não Espera
11. 1929 Linda Flor (Yayá)
12. 1929 Gemer No Violão
13. 1929 Eu Não Preciso de Você
14. 1929 Baianinha
15. 1929 A Polícia Já Foi Lá Em Casa
16. 1928 Jura
17. 1928 Chora Violão
18. 1925 Petropolitana
19. 1925 A Casinha
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TIME MACHINE STATION 1929
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Creditos: Jennifer Welles

Araci Cortes (1930)

Tracks:
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01. 1930 Bem Te Vi Sem Vergonha
02. 1930 Cabocla Direto
03. 1930 Chora Que Passa
04. 1930 Juramento
05. 1930 Meu Senhor do Bomfim
06. 1930 No alto da Serra
07. 1930 Preto E Branco
08. 1930 Samba de São Benedito
09. 1930 Sapateado
10. 1930 Sim, Mas Desencosta
11. 1930 Você Não Era Assim
12. 1930 No Morro (Eh Eh) – Com Augusto Vasseur
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TIME MACHINE STATION 1930
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Creditos: The mysterious Carlos (Prince of Wales in exile?)

Araci Cortes (1934 – 1932)

Why the producer of this series skipped two decades of Araci‘s singing career was a mystery to me until I checked and found out that also in our side branch of parallel realities there is a gap of 19 years with no recordings listed…
Anyway the second volume in this series covers the period from 1934 to 1932.. As the time travel continues the successive volumes will have more compositions.
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In this one there are 10 tracks:
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01. 1934 Um Sorriso
02. 1934 Quando Meu Amor Partiu
03. 1933 Tô Te Espiando
04. 1933 Tenho Vontade
05. 1933 Mulher do Regimento
06. 1933 Bate Bate
07. 1932 Verde e Amarelo
08. 1932 Tem Francesa No Morro
09. 1932 O Que é Que
10. 1932 A Minha Dor
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TIME MACHINE STATION 1934
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Creditos: Herbert Welles

Araci Cortes (1954 – 1953)

Some years ago, in a reality existing parallel to the one we are more or less used calling our own, an independent producer inspired by H.G.Welles (I guess), released a series of recordings by Araci Costa called THE TIME MACHINE – A SLOW GLIDE INTO THE PAST… time stamping it in a reverse way: Newest first, oldest last
So here is volume 1, first station in this time machine trip: The shortest (4 tracks only) of this series covering the period from 1954 to 1953.
Special attraction for me is this lovable politically incorrect photo of Araci with a cigarette in her mouth
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The first 4 tracks:
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1. 1954 As Cadeiras de Iaiá
2. 1953 Hinoa vida
3. 1953 Flor do Lodo
4. 1953 Denguinho
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TIME MACHINE STATION 1954
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Creditos: H.G.Welles
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