Sacha e Seu Conjunto – Seven To Seven With Sacha (1960)

RCA Victor BBL 1085

With: Sacha Rubin, Maestro Cipó, Dom Um Romão, Luis Marinho, Gilberto, Rubens, Barão and Maurílio,

LADO 1:

1. ‘Til Tomorrow (Jerry Bock / Sheldon Harnick)
2. The Very Thought Of You (Ray Noble)
3. Too Marvelous For Words (R. Whiting / J. Mercer)
4. Ace In The Hole (Cole Porter)
5. A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
    Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
    O Nosso Amor (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
    Samba de Orfeu (Luiz Bonfá / Antônio Maria)

LADO 2:

6. Manhatan (R. Rodgers / L. Hart)
    Ich Waer’so Gern Einmal Verliebt (F. Kreisler)
    Close To You (Hoffman / Jay Livingston / Lampl)
    Roses Of Picardy (H. Wood / F. E. Weatherly)
    Frag’ Nigth Warum Ich Gehe (R. Stolz)
    Red Roses For a Blue Lady (S. Tepper / R. Brodsky)
    In Einem Kleinem Caffee In Hernals (H. Leopoldi)
    Tua (G. Malgoni / B. Pallesi)
    Carina (Alberto Testa / Corrado Lojacono)
    Indiscretion (Alessandro Cicognini / Sammy Cahn / Paul Weston)
    Dancing On The Ceiling (R. Rodgers / L. Hart)
    Best Of Everything (Sammy Cahn / Alfred Newman)
    Take To Me (Snyder / Kahn / Vallee)
    Chuvas de Verão (Fernando Lobo)
    Brigas Nunca Mais (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
    O Orvalho Vem Caindo (Noel Rosa / Kid Pepe)
    A Room With a View (N. Coward / E. Swan / A. Stillman)
    Just In Time (Betty Comden / Adolph Green / Jule Styne)
    Please (Leo Robin / R. Rainger)
    The Last Time (Sammy Cahn / Jimmy Van Heusen)

777

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Bossa Nova Com Carmelia Alves (1964)

Mocambo LP 40187

Bossa Nova Com Carmélia Alves was already presented a long time ago in another reality. The link in the other reality has expired but here she is again, this time in form of a Pedro transfer and with his cover scans.

You may read the linear notes printed on the back cover, written by Claribalte Passos, where, among other facts, you will also see the list of participants which I am reproducing here:

Marinho (piano)
Geraldo Miranda (arranjador, guitarra)
Clàudio (vibrafone)
Copinha (flauta)
Chiquinho (acordeão)
Cipó (sax-tenor)
Lyra (trombone)
Maurilio (piston)
Bijou (baritono)
Hugo (bateria)
Gabriel (contra baixo)
Sebastião (pandeiro)

The bossas are:

01. O Samba Brasileiro (Claribalte Passos)
02. Quem Quiser Encontrar O Amor (Carlos Lyra / Geraldo Vandré)
03. Rede da Mangueira (Bucy Moreira / Francisco Modesto)
04. Eu Preciso de Você (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
05. Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
06. Você E Eu (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
07. Na Cadência do Samba (Ataulfo Alves / Paulo Gesta)
08. Valsa de Uma Cidade (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
09. Só Danço Samba (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
10. O Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
11. Deixa A Nega Gingar (Luis Cláudio de Castro)
12. Corcovado (Tom Jobim)

CARMÉLIA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos 

Bossa Nova Com Carmelia Alves (1964)

Mocambo LP 40187

Bossa Nova Com Carmélia Alves was already presented a long time ago in another reality. The link in the other reality has expired but here she is again, this time in form of a Pedro transfer and with his cover scans.

You may read the linear notes printed on the back cover, written by Claribalte Passos, where, among other facts, you will also see the list of participants which I am reproducing here:

Marinho (piano)
Geraldo Miranda (arranjador, guitarra)
Clàudio (vibrafone)
Copinha (flauta)
Chiquinho (acordeão)
Cipó (sax-tenor)
Lyra (trombone)
Maurilio (piston)
Bijou (baritono)
Hugo (bateria)
Gabriel (contra baixo)
Sebastião (pandeiro)

The bossas are:

01. O Samba Brasileiro (Claribalte Passos)
02. Quem Quiser Encontrar O Amor (Carlos Lyra / Geraldo Vandré)
03. Rede da Mangueira (Bucy Moreira / Francisco Modesto)
04. Eu Preciso de Você (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
05. Samba de Uma Nota Só (Tom Jobim / Newton Mendonça)
06. Você E Eu (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
07. Na Cadência do Samba (Ataulfo Alves / Paulo Gesta)
08. Valsa de Uma Cidade (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
09. Só Danço Samba (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
10. O Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
11. Deixa A Nega Gingar (Luis Cláudio de Castro)
12. Corcovado (Tom Jobim)

CARMÉLIA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos 

2o Concerto de Jazz de Camera No Teatro Municipal (1960)

Prestige DLP 2001

The second Jazz de Camera concert in the Teatro Municipal, featuring:

Dick Farney Trio:
 
Dick Farney (Piano)
Shú Viana (Contrabaixo)
Rubinho (Bateria)

Tenteto de K-Ximbinho:

K-Ximbinho (Clarinete)
Augusto Keller (Oboé – solo na fx. 5)
Ary Paulo (Trompa)
Juarez (Sax tenor)
Aurino (Sax barítono)
Paulo Moura (Sax alto – solo na fx. 6)
Luis Mendes (Pistom)
Pedro Vidal Ramos (Contrabaixo)
Paulo MagalhãesPaulinho” (Bateria na fx. 5 e 6)
Oswaldo Oliveira (Bateria na fx. 4)
A seção de ritmo latino inclue Ramon (Bongo) e Rubens e Jorginho (Tumbadora)

Brazilian Jazz Quartet:
 
Moacyr Peixoto (Piano)
Casé (Sax alto)
Rubinho (Bateria) 
Luis Chaves (Contrabaixo)

All Stars:

Cipó (Sax tenor, Regência)
Paulo Moura (Sax alto)
Aurino (Sax baritono)
Wagner Naegeler e Clelio Ribeiro (Pistom)
Nelsinho (Trombone)
Fats Elpídio (Piano)
Paulo MagalhãesPaulinho” (Bateria)
Waldir Marinho (Contrabaixo)

Produção e Apresentação: Paulo Santos

Performing:

1. Risque (Ary Barroso) – Dick Farney Trio
2. Um Tema Em Fuga (Dick Farney) – Dick Farney Trio
3. We’ll Be Together Again (Carl Fischer / Frankie Laine) – Dick Farney Trio

4. Scarlet’s Gone (Wrubel / Magibson) Adaptação de Paulo Santos da obra “Gone With The Wind” – K-Ximbinho Tenteto
5. Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington / Irving Mills / Mitchell Parish) – K-Ximbinho Tenteto
6. Just Walking (K-Ximbinho) – K-Ximbinho Tenteto

7. Not So Sleepy (M. Mathews) – Moacir Peixoto / Brazilian Jazz Quartet
8. Smoke Signal (G. Grycs) – Moacir Peixoto / Brazilian Jazz Quartet

9. Tema Sem Nome (Orlando Costa “Maestro Cipó”) Sob a regência de CipóAll Stars

Almost the complete surface of the back cover is fine-printed with answers to anything you might ask about this release but were afraid to ask, except for the date of the concert.

CHAMBER OF JAZZ

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos 

2o Concerto de Jazz de Camera No Teatro Municipal (N/D)

Prestige DLP 2001

The second Jazz de Camera concert in the Teatro Municipal, featuring:

Dick Farney Trio:
 
Dick Farney (Piano)
Shú Viana (Contrabaixo)
Rubinho (Bateria)

Tenteto de K-Ximbinho:

K-Ximbinho (Clarinete)
Augusto Keller (Oboé – solo na fx. 5)
Ary Paulo (Trompa)
Juarez (Sax tenor)
Aurino (Sax barítono)
Paulo Moura (Sax alto – solo na fx. 6)
Luis Mendes (Pistom)
Pedro Vidal Ramos (Contrabaixo)
Paulo MagalhãesPaulinho” (Bateria na fx. 5 e 6)
Oswaldo Oliveira (Bateria na fx. 4)
A seção de ritmo latino inclue Ramon (Bongo) e Rubens e Jorginho (Tumbadora)

Brazilian Jazz Quartet:
 
Moacyr Peixoto (Piano)
Casé (Sax alto)
Rubinho (Bateria) 
Luis Chaves (Contrabaixo)

All Stars:

Cipó (Sax tenor, Regência)
Paulo Moura (Sax alto)
Aurino (Sax baritono)
Wagner Naegeler e Clelio Ribeiro (Pistom)
Nelsinho (Trombone)
Fats Elpídio (Piano)
Paulo MagalhãesPaulinho” (Bateria)
Waldir Marinho (Contrabaixo)

Produção e Apresentação: Paulo Santos

Performing:

1. Risque (Ary Barroso) – Dick Farney Trio
2. Um Tema Em Fuga (Dick Farney) – Dick Farney Trio
3. We’ll Be Together Again (Carl Fischer / Frankie Laine) – Dick Farney Trio

4. Scarlet’s Gone (Wrubel / Magibson) Adaptação de Paulo Santos da obra “Gone With The Wind” – K-Ximbinho Tenteto
5. Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington / Irving Mills / Mitchell Parish) – K-Ximbinho Tenteto
6. Just Walking (K-Ximbinho) – K-Ximbinho Tenteto

7. Not So Sleepy (M. Mathews) – Moacir Peixoto / Brazilian Jazz Quartet
8. Smoke Signal (G. Grycs) – Moacir Peixoto / Brazilian Jazz Quartet

9. Tema Sem Nome (Orlando Costa “Maestro Cipó”) Sob a regência de CipóAll Stars

Almost the complete surface of the back cover is fine-printed with answers to anything you might ask about this release but were afraid to ask, except for the date of the concert.

CHAMBER OF JAZZ

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos 

2o Concerto de Jazz de Camera No Teatro Municipal (1960)

Prestige DLP 2001

The second Jazz de Camera concert in the Teatro Municipal, featuring:

Dick Farney Trio:

Dick Farney (Piano)
Shú Viana (Contrabaixo)
Rubinho (Bateria)

Tenteto de K-Ximbinho:

K-Ximbinho (Clarinete)
Augusto Keller (Oboé – solo na fx. 5)
Ary Paulo (Trompa)
Juarez (Sax tenor)
Aurino (Sax barítono)
Paulo Moura (Sax alto – solo na fx. 6)
Luis Mendes (Pistom)
Pedro Vidal Ramos (Contrabaixo)
Paulo MagalhãesPaulinho” (Bateria na fx. 5 e 6)
Oswaldo Oliveira (Bateria na fx. 4)
A seção de ritmo latino inclue Ramon (Bongo) e Rubens e Jorginho (Tumbadora)

Brazilian Jazz Quartet:

Moacyr Peixoto (Piano)
Casé (Sax alto)
Rubinho (Bateria)
Luis Chaves (Contrabaixo)

All Stars:

Cipó (Sax tenor, Regência)
Paulo Moura (Sax alto)
Aurino (Sax baritono)
Wagner Naegeler e Clelio Ribeiro (Pistom)
Nelsinho (Trombone)
Fats Elpídio (Piano)
Paulo MagalhãesPaulinho” (Bateria)
Waldir Marinho (Contrabaixo)

Produção e Apresentação: Paulo Santos

Performing:

1. Risque (Ary Barroso) – Dick Farney Trio
2. Um Tema Em Fuga (Dick Farney) – Dick Farney Trio
3. We’ll Be Together Again (Carl Fischer / Frankie Laine) – Dick Farney Trio

4. Scarlet’s Gone (Wrubel / Magibson) Adaptação de Paulo Santos da obra “Gone With The Wind” – K-Ximbinho Tenteto
5. Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington / Irving Mills / Mitchell Parish) – K-Ximbinho Tenteto
6. Just Walking (K-Ximbinho) – K-Ximbinho Tenteto

7. Not So Sleepy (M. Mathews) – Moacir Peixoto / Brazilian Jazz Quartet
8. Smoke Signal (G. Grycs) – Moacir Peixoto / Brazilian Jazz Quartet

9. Tema Sem Nome (Orlando Costa “Maestro Cipó”) Sob a regência de CipóAll Stars

Almost the complete surface of the back cover is fine-printed with answers to anything you might ask about this release but were afraid to ask, except for the date of the concert.

CHAMBER OF JAZZ

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos 

Cipo e Seu Conjunto – Melodias Favoritas da Tela (1959)

Sinter SLP 1769

Not that this album has never before been presented on the net (it could be found on the, unfortunately closed, great site Um Que Tenha), but it is, for my taste, one of the most pleasant and cool albums by sax player and maestro Cipó who has already been prominently featured on Parallel Realities, with solo albums, compilations.and as backing band leader on albums by Sacha Rubin, who is playing piano on this masterpiece.

The complete list of musicians is:

Cipó (Saxofone alto)
Sacha Rubin (Piano)
Lumir Brov (Baixo)
Dom Um Romão (Bateria)
Jorge Arena (Bongô)

The evergreen jazz standards, masterfully performed, are:

01. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain)
      On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields)
02. Cry Me A River (Arthur Hamilton)
      Unchained Melody (Alex North / Hy Zaret)
03. Only You (Buck Ram / Ande Rand)
      Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
04. You Belong To Me (Pee Wee King / Redd Stewart / Chilton Price)
      I Love You Samantha (Cole Porter)
05. All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn)
      With A Song In My Heart (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
06. Le Grisby (Jean Wiener)
      Together (De Sylva / L. Brown / R. Henderson)
07. Manhattan (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
      Sonny Boy (Ray Henderson / Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Al Jonson)
08. As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
      Blue Gardenia (Lester Lee / Bob Russell)

PLAY IT AGAIN, MAESTRO!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Cipo e Seu Conjunto – Melodias Favoritas da Tela (1959)

Sinter SLP 1769

Not that this album has never before been presented on the net (it could be found on the, unfortunately closed, great site Um Que Tenha), but it is, for my taste, one of the most pleasant and cool albums by sax player and maestro Cipó who has already been prominently featured on Parallel Realities, with solo albums, compilations.and as backing band leader on albums by Sacha Rubin, who is playing piano on this masterpiece.

The complete list of musicians is:

Cipó (Saxofone alto)
Sacha Rubin (Piano)
Lumir Brov (Baixo)
Dom Um Romão (Bateria)
Jorge Arena (Bongô)

The evergreen jazz standards, masterfully performed, are:

01. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain)
      On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields)
02. Cry Me A River (Arthur Hamilton)
      Unchained Melody (Alex North / Hy Zaret)
03. Only You (Buck Ram / Ande Rand)
      Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
04. You Belong To Me (Pee Wee King / Redd Stewart / Chilton Price)
      I Love You Samantha (Cole Porter)
05. All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn)
      With A Song In My Heart (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
06. Le Grisby (Jean Wiener)
      Together (De Sylva / L. Brown / R. Henderson)
07. Manhattan (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
      Sonny Boy (Ray Henderson / Buddy DeSylva / Lew Brown / Al Jonson)
08. As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)
      Blue Gardenia (Lester Lee / Bob Russell)

PLAY IT AGAIN, MAESTRO!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Festival de Jazz – 2o Grande Concerto (1957)

Sinter SLP 170

A live recording from the Golden Room of the Copacabana Palace Hotel on the  26th of November, 1956.

Get a glass of bourbon on the rocks and travel back in time with:

01. Atonal (Hélio Marinho) Hélio Marinho e Sua Orquestra
02. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira) Clélio e Seu Conjunto
03. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence) Conjunto de K-Ximbinho com vocal de Julie Joy
04. But Not For Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) Julio Barbosa e Seu Conjunto
05. In Walked Bud (Thelonious Monk) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
06. I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans) Cipó e Seu Conjunto 
07. Tema Para Dois (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto
08. Kachintema (K-Ximbinho) K-Ximbinho e Seu Conjunto
09. How High The Moon (Morgan Lewis / Nancy Hamilton) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
10. Jacques D’Iraque (Jerry Bock / George David Weiss) Orquestra de Cipó com vocal do Conjunto Farroupilha
11. Bop-ciponato (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto

JOY OF JAZZ

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Festival de Jazz – 2o Grande Concerto (1957)

Sinter SLP 170

A live recording from the Golden Room of the Copacabana Palace Hotel on the  26th of November, 1956.

Get a glass of bourbon on the rocks and travel back in time with:

01. Atonal (Hélio Marinho) Hélio Marinho e Sua Orquestra
02. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira) Clélio e Seu Conjunto
03. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence) Conjunto de K-Ximbinho com vocal de Julie Joy
04. But Not For Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) Julio Barbosa e Seu Conjunto
05. In Walked Bud (Thelonious Monk) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
06. I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans) Cipó e Seu Conjunto 
07. Tema Para Dois (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto
08. Kachintema (K-Ximbinho) K-Ximbinho e Seu Conjunto
09. How High The Moon (Morgan Lewis / Nancy Hamilton) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
10. Jacques D’Iraque (Jerry Bock / George David Weiss) Orquestra de Cipó com vocal do Conjunto Farroupilha
11. Bop-ciponato (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto

JOY OF JAZZ

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Festival de Jazz – 2o Grande Concerto (1957)

Sinter SLP 170

A live recording from the Golden Room of the Copacabana Palace Hotel on the  26th of November, 1956.

Get a glass of bourbon on the rocks and travel back in time with:

01. Atonal (Hélio Marinho) Hélio Marinho e Sua Orquestra
02. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira) Clélio e Seu Conjunto
03. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence) Conjunto de K-Ximbinho com vocal de Julie Joy
04. But Not For Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) Julio Barbosa e Seu Conjunto
05. In Walked Bud (Thelonious Monk) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
06. I Know That You Know (Vincent Youmans) Cipó e Seu Conjunto 
07. Tema Para Dois (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto
08. Kachintema (K-Ximbinho) K-Ximbinho e Seu Conjunto
09. How High The Moon (Morgan Lewis / Nancy Hamilton) Kuntz e Seu Conjunto
10. Jacques D’Iraque (Jerry Bock / George David Weiss) Orquestra de Cipó com vocal do Conjunto Farroupilha
11. Bop-ciponato (Orlando Costa ”Maestro Cipó”) Cipó e Seu Conjunto

JOY OF JAZZ

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Sacha’s Piano – Drinks After Midnight (1965)

London/Odeon LLB 1008

I just realized that the complete discography on Parallel Realities by the great Sacha Rubin, an all time favourite at my place, is actually missing Drinks After Midnight (1965), an album posted a long time ago on Loronix, which, as far as I know, can not be found any place else.

So I am posting it now.

Also, some links to his other albums, identified as broken, have been fixed.
Now, his complete discography, with all links working, can be found HERE, IN A PARALLEL REALITY.

The tracks, orchestrated by Maestro Cipó, are:

01. All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn)
02. Who’s Sorry Now (Ted Snyder / Bert Karmer / Harry Ruby)
03. Yesterdays (Jerome Kern / Otto Harbach)
04. You Do Something To Me (Cole Porter)
05. Indian Summer (Victor Herbert / Al Dubin)
06. How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin)
07. They Can’t Take That Away From Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
08. I’ll Never Smile Again (Ruth Lowe)
09. The Song Is You (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II)
10. All The Things You Are (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II)
11. I Only Have Eyes For You (Harry Warren / Al Dubin)
12. Always (Irving Berlin)

PLAY IT AGAIN, SACHA!

Créditos: Zecalouro

Sacha’s Piano – Drinks After Midnight (1965)

London/Odeon LLB 1008

I just realized that the complete discography on Parallel Realities by the great Sacha Rubin, an all time favourite at my place, is actually missing Drinks After Midnight (1965), an album posted a long time ago on Loronix, which, as far as I know, can not be found any place else.

So I am posting it now.

Also, some links to his other albums, identified as broken, have been fixed.
Now, his complete discography, with all links working, can be found HERE, IN A PARALLEL REALITY.

The tracks, orchestrated by Maestro Cipó, are:

01. All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn)
02. Who’s Sorry Now (Ted Snyder / Bert Karmer / Harry Ruby)
03. Yesterdays (Jerome Kern / Otto Harbach)
04. You Do Something To Me (Cole Porter)
05. Indian Summer (Victor Herbert / Al Dubin)
06. How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin)
07. They Can’t Take That Away From Me (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin)
08. I’ll Never Smile Again (Ruth Lowe)
09. The Song Is You (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II)
10. All The Things You Are (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II)
11. I Only Have Eyes For You (Harry Warren / Al Dubin)
12. Always (Irving Berlin)

PLAY IT AGAIN, SACHA!

Créditos: Zecalouro

Various Artists – Discoteca Dancante No.2 (1965)

Fantasia FLP-2008

The dance continues with Ribamar, Cipó, Sandoval Dias, Don Pacheco (Maestro Pachequinho), Orquestra Arco Iris, Quincas E Os Copacabana and two genlemen previously unknown to me: Gerson Flinckas and Joe Hammond.

The dancing (and listening) tracks are:

01. Deixa Andar (Jujuba) – Orquestra Arco Iris (Palmas Para O Samba – 1963)

02. Perfídia (A.Domingues) – Quincas E Os Copacabana (Ritmos Sob Medida Com A Orquestra Dançante – 1961)

03. Love is a many splendored Thing (Webster / Fain) / On the sunny Side of the Street (Fiels / Mac Hugh) – Cipó (Melodias Favoritas da Tela – 1959)

04. Samba do Orfeu (Luis Bonfá / Antonio Maria) – Joe Hammond (Um Solovox Espetacular – 1962)

05. Quem Foi? (Ribamar / Durando) – Ribamar (Palmas Para Ribamar E Seu Piano – 1960) – extracted from the medley Há Sempre Um Amanhã / Dindi / Quem Foi

06. Falam Meus Olhos (Nazareno de Brito / F.Cesar) – Gerson Flinkas (Sua Majestade, O Baile – Grande Orquestra Sob a Regência de Gerson Flinkas – 1960)

07. Tornerai Susie Wong (Fidenco / Marchetti) – Sandoval Dias Sax’s Sandoval – Sandoval Dias e Seu Sax Romântico – 1963) – originally: Tornerai Suzie

08. You’ll never know (Gordon / Warren) – Don Pacheco (Bailando Com Don Pacheco – Don Pacheco e Sua Orquestra 1959)
 
09. Noites de Moscou (Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy) – Gerson Flinckas (Sua Majestade, O Baile – Grande Orquestra Sob a Regência de Gerson Flinkas – 1960)
 
10. Ginga das Palmas (Carioca) – Orquestra Arco Iris (Palmas Para O Samba – 1963)

11. Cry me a Rivar (A.Hamilton) / Unchained Melody (North / Zaret) –  Cipó (Melodias Favoritas da Tela – 1959)
 
12. Trumpet Mambo (Jo Brik) – Quincas E Os Copacabana (Ritmos Sob Medida Com A Orquestra Dancante – 1961)
 
13. Mulher de Trinita (Luis Antonio) – Ribamar (Palmas Para Ribamar E Seu Piano – 1960)

14. Nossos Momentos (H.Barbosa / L.Reis) – Sandoval Dias (OK Para Dançar – Sandoval Dias e Seu Conjunto – 1962)

15. Murmúrios (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antonio) – Joe Hammond (Um Solovox Espetacular – 1962) – originally: Murmúrio
 
16. Sing me a Song of the Islands (Gordon / Ovens) – Don Pacheco (Bailando Com Don Pacheco – Don Pacheco e Sua Orquestra 1959)

17. I can’t stop loving You (D.Gibson) – Sandoval Dias (OK Para Dançar – Sandoval Dias e Seu Conjunto – 1962)

THE VARIOUS DANCERS’ MUSIC

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

DETECTIVE WORK by Bossanov:

Joe Hammond“… Not Brazilian sounding name… Nickname of Hammond player? Joe = Joseph =Jose= Ze!!! May be Ze Maria (that time on Continental label)?

Next step – one and only LP of Joe Hammond was released 1962 on Philips with 4 tunes, compossed by… Ze Maria!!! So, IMHO, Ze Maria is Joe Hammond. 

BREAKING NEWS FROM MOSCOW by Bossanov: 

As a Russian I feel it necessary to comment on “Noites de Moscou“, one of the most popular song from my country in the world. For some strange reasons all brazilian versions of it except one (see Instituto Memoria Musical Brasileira) credit it to great composer of Soviet Russia Isaac Dunayevsky, but in reality (not parallel) it is the song of another great composer of that period – Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy!!! 

Various Artists – Discoteca Dancante No.2 (1965)

Fantasia FLP-2008

The dance continues with Ribamar, Cipó, Sandoval Dias, Don Pacheco (Maestro Pachequinho), Orquestra Arco Iris, Quincas E Os Copacabana and two genlemen previously unknown to me: Gerson Flinckas and Joe Hammond.

The dancing (and listening) tracks are:

01. Deixa Andar (Jujuba) – Orquestra Arco Iris (Palmas Para O Samba – 1963)

02. Perfídia (A.Domingues) – Quincas E Os Copacabana (Ritmos Sob Medida Com A Orquestra Dançante – 1961)

03. Love is a many splendored Thing (Webster / Fain) / On the sunny Side of the Street (Fiels / Mac Hugh) – Cipó (Melodias Favoritas da Tela – 1959)

04. Samba do Orfeu (Luis Bonfá / Antonio Maria) – Joe Hammond (Um Solovox Espetacular – 1962)

05. Quem Foi? (Ribamar / Durando) – Ribamar (Palmas Para Ribamar E Seu Piano – 1960) – extracted from the medley Há Sempre Um Amanhã / Dindi / Quem Foi

06. Falam Meus Olhos (Nazareno de Brito / F.Cesar) – Gerson Flinkas (Sua Majestade, O Baile – Grande Orquestra Sob a Regência de Gerson Flinkas – 1960)

07. Tornerai Susie Wong (Fidenco / Marchetti) – Sandoval Dias Sax’s Sandoval – Sandoval Dias e Seu Sax Romântico – 1963) – originally: Tornerai Suzie

08. You’ll never know (Gordon / Warren) – Don Pacheco (Bailando Com Don Pacheco – Don Pacheco e Sua Orquestra 1959)
 
09. Noites de Moscou (Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy) – Gerson Flinckas (Sua Majestade, O Baile – Grande Orquestra Sob a Regência de Gerson Flinkas – 1960)
 
10. Ginga das Palmas (Carioca) – Orquestra Arco Iris (Palmas Para O Samba – 1963)

11. Cry me a Rivar (A.Hamilton) / Unchained Melody (North / Zaret) –  Cipó (Melodias Favoritas da Tela – 1959)
 
12. Trumpet Mambo (Jo Brik) – Quincas E Os Copacabana (Ritmos Sob Medida Com A Orquestra Dancante – 1961)
 
13. Mulher de Trinita (Luis Antonio) – Ribamar (Palmas Para Ribamar E Seu Piano – 1960)

14. Nossos Momentos (H.Barbosa / L.Reis) – Sandoval Dias (OK Para Dançar – Sandoval Dias e Seu Conjunto – 1962)

15. Murmúrios (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antonio) – Joe Hammond (Um Solovox Espetacular – 1962) – originally: Murmúrio
 
16. Sing me a Song of the Islands (Gordon / Ovens) – Don Pacheco (Bailando Com Don Pacheco – Don Pacheco e Sua Orquestra 1959)

17. I can’t stop loving You (D.Gibson) – Sandoval Dias (OK Para Dançar – Sandoval Dias e Seu Conjunto – 1962)

THE VARIOUS DANCERS’ MUSIC

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

DETECTIVE WORK by Bossanov:

Joe Hammond“… Not Brazilian sounding name… Nickname of Hammond player? Joe = Joseph =Jose= Ze!!! May be Ze Maria (that time on Continental label)?

Next step – one and only LP of Joe Hammond was released 1962 on Philips with 4 tunes, compossed by… Ze Maria!!! So, IMHO, Ze Maria is Joe Hammond. 

BREAKING NEWS FROM MOSCOW by Bossanov: 

As a Russian I feel it necessary to comment on “Noites de Moscou“, one of the most popular song from my country in the world. For some strange reasons all brazilian versions of it except one (see Instituto Memoria Musical Brasileira) credit it to great composer of Soviet Russia Isaac Dunayevsky, but in reality (not parallel) it is the song of another great composer of that period – Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy!!! 

Murilinho – "Seven To Seven" No Sacha’s (1958)

Sinter SLP-1751

As happened often before, Edson Mendes read the discussion about Murilinho accompanying the post on Parallel Realities about one of Sacha‘s albums: Seven To Seven with Sacha (1960) and prepared and sent us Murilinho‘s tribute to Cole Porter called “Seven To Seven” No Sachas, published in 1959.

Edson also included a excerpt from Ruy Castro‘s book “Chega de Saudade“:

“A great sample of the sound of the nights of Rio de Janeiro before the Bossa Nova days is the disc “Murilinho Seven to Seven no Sachas” (Sinter, 1958), in which he sings twelve songs by Cole Porter, accompanied by Sacha – piano; Сipó – tenor sax; Szigetti – bass; and Dom-Um Romão – drums. Murilinho‘s singing sounded like and was almost as bad as Сole Рorter‘s.”

In another chapter of the same book, Ruy Castro tells us one of the funniest stories of the entire book, in which Murilinho is the leading man:

“The silly rivalry between Rio and São Paulo was in a sort of apogee in 1960, and unfortunate sentences, like that one by Vinícius de Moraes (‘Sao Paulo is the tomb of the samba’) contributed to intensify it. One of those who tried to apply a cold shower to this story was Murilinho de Almeida, crooner of the nightclub Sacha‘s, at Leme in Rio, and user of a wit in the style of Truman Capote. In São Paulo, during a stylish party in which someone was talking about the sentence of Vinícius, the conversation was threatening to fall back for the differences between São Paulo and Rio, Murilinho lowered the trousers, showed his white bottom contrasting with the tanned legs and said in the English that he was intending to speak:

Ladies and gênrolmen, zis is zi difference bè-twin Rio and São Paulo!”

On this album Murilinho de Almeida is singing these compositions by Сole Рorter:

01. I Love Paris
02. It’s All Right With Me
03. C’est Magnifique
04. From This Moment On’
05. I Love You Samantha
06. Out Of Town
07. Just One Of Those Things
08. All Of You
09. Paris Loves Lovers
10. You do Something To Me
11. You’re Sensational
12. I’ve Got You Under My Skin

MURILINHO, SACHA & СIPÓ E SEU CONJUNTO BY EDSON New link

Créditos: Edson Mendes