Deo Rian – Saudades de Um Bandolim (1976)

Continental 1.19.405.022

Bandolim player Déo Rian has his premiere on Parallel Realities.
As there is a long text on the back cover by J. L. Ferrete about Déo and another, even longer, about him and the Quinteto Villa-Lobos and their members, who have a special participation on this release.
I will just mention that Déo Rian was a member of the Conjunto Época de Ouro at the time (1974) they have published their album called Conjunto Época de Ouro and that Saudades de Um Bandolim was produced by the great Dalton Vogeler, who also acted as composer on one track.

Of course I will also mention some facts that the writers of the texts could not possibly have known at the time they wrote their texts: Déo Rian has recorded altogether at least ten career albums (six of them after this one presented today) and participated in a special project called Noites Cariocas – 15 Anos Depois – A Alegria de Improviso (2003 – Kuarup KCD-182)

The compositions performed are:

01. Vale Tudo (Jacob do Bandolim)
02. Paciente (Pixinguinha)
03. Santinha (Anacleto de Medeiros)
04. Bachorando (Dalton Vogeler)
05. Choro da Saudade (Agustin Barrios)
06. Menino de Ouro (Ernesto Nazareth)
07. Remelexo (Jacob do Bandolim)
08. Ainda Me Recordo (Pixinguinha / Benedito Lacerda)
09. Jovial (Francisco Gorgulino de Souza)
10. Deu Abóbora na Retreta (Candinho)
11. Choro Negro (Paulinho da Viola / Fernando Costa)
12. Poesia E Amor (Mário Alvares Conceição)

POESIA E AMOR

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Deo Rian – Saudades de Um Bandolim (1976)

Continental 1.19.405.022

Bandolim player Déo Rian has his premiere on Parallel Realities.
As there is a long text on the back cover by J. L. Ferrete about Déo and another, even longer, about him and the Quinteto Villa-Lobos and their members, who have a special participation on this release.
I will just mention that Déo Rian was a member of the Conjunto Época de Ouro at the time (1974) they have published their album called Conjunto Época de Ouro and that Saudades de Um Bandolim was produced by the great Dalton Vogeler, who also acted as composer on one track.

Of course I will also mention some facts that the writers of the texts could not possibly have known at the time they wrote their texts: Déo Rian has recorded altogether at least ten career albums (six of them after this one presented today) and participated in a special project called Noites Cariocas – 15 Anos Depois – A Alegria de Improviso (2003 – Kuarup KCD-182)

The compositions performed are:

01. Vale Tudo (Jacob do Bandolim)
02. Paciente (Pixinguinha)
03. Santinha (Anacleto de Medeiros)
04. Bachorando (Dalton Vogeler)
05. Choro da Saudade (Agustin Barrios)
06. Menino de Ouro (Ernesto Nazareth)
07. Remelexo (Jacob do Bandolim)
08. Ainda Me Recordo (Pixinguinha / Benedito Lacerda)
09. Jovial (Francisco Gorgulino de Souza)
10. Deu Abóbora na Retreta (Candinho)
11. Choro Negro (Paulinho da Viola / Fernando Costa)
12. Poesia E Amor (Mário Alvares Conceição)

POESIA E AMOR

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Quinteto de Dalton – Musica Na Madrugada (1959)

Internacional CID 27005

I am posting now the second album from my Santa Claus list, kindly included in the current package by Pedro & 300discos. 

Why a personality of Dalton Vogeler‘s calibre has been so completely forgotten is beyond my understanding, but there it is. The best I can do is to highly recommend this beautiful album for listening and dancing and to point back to his second career LP O Melhor da Festa (1959) (he recorded altogether 2) which has been initially presented by Loronix and can be found re-posted in another reality.

The musicians of Dalton‘s quintet:

Dalton Vogeler (Contrabaixo)
Waltel Branco (Guitarra)
Carlinhos (Piano)
Dazinho (Bateria)
Isidoro (Sax tenor)

The para ouvir e dançar tracks:

01. A Morena Que Eu Gosto (Wilson Batista / Marino Pinto)
02. The Velvet Glove (Harold Spina)
03. Ruega Por Nosotros (Rubén Fuentes / Alberto Cervantes)
04. Suas Mãos (Ayres da Costa Pessoa “Pernambuco” / Antônio Maria)
05. Reconciliação (Marino Pinto / Waldemar Gomes)
06. Serenade In Blue (Harry Warren / Mack Gordon)
07. Love Letters (Victor Young / Edward Heyman)
08. No One But You (J. Lawrence / N. Brodszky)
09. Se Você Soubesse (Valmurio)
10. Balada Triste (Dalton Vogeler / Esdras Pereira da Silva)
11. So In Love (Cole Porter)
12. Patrícia (Perez Prado)

THE VELVET GLOVE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos  

GUESS by Bossanov:

I think, sax player from Dalton Vogeler album is Isidor Longano, a.k.a. Bolão / Newton Bola

Quinteto de Dalton – Musica Na Madrugada (1959)

Internacional CID 27005

I am posting now the second album from my Santa Claus list, kindly included in the current package by Pedro & 300discos. 

Why a personality of Dalton Vogeler‘s calibre has been so completely forgotten is beyond my understanding, but there it is. The best I can do is to highly recommend this beautiful album for listening and dancing and to point back to his second career LP O Melhor da Festa (1959) (he recorded altogether 2) which has been initially presented by Loronix and can be found re-posted in another reality.

The musicians of Dalton‘s quintet:

Dalton Vogeler (Contrabaixo)
Waltel Branco (Guitarra)
Carlinhos (Piano)
Dazinho (Bateria)
Isidoro (Sax tenor)

The para ouvir e dançar tracks:

01. A Morena Que Eu Gosto (Wilson Batista / Marino Pinto)
02. The Velvet Glove (Harold Spina)
03. Ruega Por Nosotros (Rubén Fuentes / Alberto Cervantes)
04. Suas Mãos (Ayres da Costa Pessoa “Pernambuco” / Antônio Maria)
05. Reconciliação (Marino Pinto / Waldemar Gomes)
06. Serenade In Blue (Harry Warren / Mack Gordon)
07. Love Letters (Victor Young / Edward Heyman)
08. No One But You (J. Lawrence / N. Brodszky)
09. Se Você Soubesse (Valmurio)
10. Balada Triste (Dalton Vogeler / Esdras Pereira da Silva)
11. So In Love (Cole Porter)
12. Patrícia (Perez Prado)

THE VELVET GLOVE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos  

GUESS by Bossanov:

I think, sax player from Dalton Vogeler album is Isidor Longano, a.k.a. Bolão / Newton Bola