Dick Farney Jazz (1962)

RGE XRLP 5134

This album was presented on Loronx a long time ago, so you may read Zeca’s text about it on Órfãos do Loronix where it is re-printed.

The musicians are:

Dick Farney: Piano
Héctor Costita: Sax alto
Mário Augusto Monteiro da Silva: Contrabaixo
Cláudio Slon: Bateria

Performing:

1. Swanee River (Stan Foster)
2. These Foolish Things (Eric Maschwitz / Jack Strachey / Harry Link)
3. Rge Blues (Dick Farney)
4. Improviso Nº 1 (Dick Farney)
5. Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael / Stuart Gorrell)
6. Tangerine (Johnny Mercer / Victor Schertzinger)
7. Improviso Nº 2 (Dick Farney)

FARNEY’S JAZZ QUARTET

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Dick Farney Jazz (1962)

RGE XRLP 5134

This album was presented on Loronx a long time ago, so you may read Zeca’s text about it on Órfãos do Loronix where it is re-printed.

The musicians are:

Dick Farney: Piano
Héctor Costita: Sax alto
Mário Augusto Monteiro da Silva: Contrabaixo
Cláudio Slon: Bateria

Performing:

1. Swanee River (Stan Foster)
2. These Foolish Things (Eric Maschwitz / Jack Strachey / Harry Link)
3. Rge Blues (Dick Farney)
4. Improviso Nº 1 (Dick Farney)
5. Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael / Stuart Gorrell)
6. Tangerine (Johnny Mercer / Victor Schertzinger)
7. Improviso Nº 2 (Dick Farney)

FARNEY’S JAZZ QUARTET

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 (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 

Sinfonia do Rio de Janeiro (1954)

Continental LPA 1000

The symphony of Rio de Janeiro, composed by Billy Blanco and Antonio Carlos Jobim:

Lado A (Acompanhamento – Radamés Gnattali e Sua Orquestra):

1. A Montanhao Solo Mar (Sinfonia Popular Em Tempo de Samba) (Billy Blanco / Tom Jobim) Nora Ney / Lúcio Alves / Os Cariocas / Gilberto Milfont / Emilinha Borba / Dick Farney / Dóris Monteiro / Jorge Goulart / Elizeth Cardoso

Lado B:

2. Arpoador (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
3. Noites do Rio (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
4. O Samba de Amanhã (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
5. Hino ao Sol (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
6. Descendo O Morro (Billy Blanco / Tom Jobim) Quinteto Continental 

Details about this release and various later versions of it you may read on Órfãos do Loronix where Zecalouro’s text about it all is reprinted.

ORQUESTRAÇÕES DE RADAMÉS GNATTALI

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT ALL VERSIONS by Brazilliance:
Being Jobim’s first orchestral effort, this is a recording of historic importance. However, while the second recording from 1960, again with Gnattali but different vocalists, is just as popular as the debut, the third recording seems less known: in 1961, the Sinfonia was the soundtrack for Esse Rio Que Eu Amo featuring Lana Bittencourt and Haroldo de Almeida on lead vocals, arranged and directed by Lyrio Panicali. All three versions are compiled for comparison HERE, featuring Os Cariocas as the only act to be included on all three recordings of the Sinfonia do Rio de Janeiro.

Sinfonia do Rio de Janeiro (1954)

Continental LPA 1000

The symphony of Rio de Janeiro, composed by Billy Blanco and Antonio Carlos Jobim:

Lado A (Acompanhamento – Radamés Gnattali e Sua Orquestra):

1. A Montanhao Solo Mar (Sinfonia Popular Em Tempo de Samba) (Billy Blanco / Tom Jobim) Nora Ney / Lúcio Alves / Os Cariocas / Gilberto Milfont / Emilinha Borba / Dick Farney / Dóris Monteiro / Jorge Goulart / Elizeth Cardoso

Lado B:

2. Arpoador (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
3. Noites do Rio (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
4. O Samba de Amanhã (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
5. Hino ao Sol (Tom Jobim / Billy Blanco) Quinteto Continental            
6. Descendo O Morro (Billy Blanco / Tom Jobim) Quinteto Continental 

Details about this release and various later versions of it you may read on Órfãos do Loronix where Zecalouro’s text about it all is reprinted.

ORQUESTRAÇÕES DE RADAMÉS GNATTALI

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT ALL VERSIONS by Brazilliance:
Being Jobim’s first orchestral effort, this is a recording of historic importance. However, while the second recording from 1960, again with Gnattali but different vocalists, is just as popular as the debut, the third recording seems less known: in 1961, the Sinfonia was the soundtrack for Esse Rio Que Eu Amo featuring Lana Bittencourt and Haroldo de Almeida on lead vocals, arranged and directed by Lyrio Panicali. All three versions are compiled for comparison HERE, featuring Os Cariocas as the only act to be included on all three recordings of the Sinfonia do Rio de Janeiro.

Dick Farney e Booker Pittman – Jam Session (1961)

RGE XRLP 5105

The promised second album featuring Dick Farney, this time live with Booker Pittman: Jam Session performed in the end of 1960 and released in 1961.

As this album was first presented on the mighty Loronix blog, you may read Zecalouro‘s text about it on  Órfãos do Loronix.

As usual in such cases:

The list of the musicians:

Lado A: 
Dick Farney: Piano 
Luis: Contrabaixo 
Heraldo do Monte: Guitarra (1, 2) 
Cláudio: Bateria (3, 4) 

Lado B:
Booker Pittman: Sax soprano e alto 
Dudu: Guitarra 
Massao Ukon: Pistom 
Daniel: Contrabaixo 
Paulinho: Bateria (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Kurt Van Elgg: Clarineta (5) 
Eduardo Vidossich: Piano (5)

The track list:

Lado A:

1. The Man I Love (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) Dick Farney
2. Velhos Tempos (Luiz Bonfá) Dick Farney
3. I Want To Be Happy (Vincent Youmans / Irving Caesar) Dick Farney
4. Gone With The Wind (A. Wrubel / H. Magidson) Dick Farney

Lado B:

1. Am I Blue (Harry Akst / Clarke) Booker Pittman
2. St. Louis Blues (William Christopher Handy) Booker Pittman
3. Sweet Georgia Brown (Ben Bernie / Maceo Pinkard / Ken Casey) Booker Pittman
4. Cheese (Dudu / Daniel / Booker Pittman) Booker Pittman
5. Tiger Rag (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) Booker Pittman

The appropriate Depositfiles link:

THE APPROPRIATE DEPOSITFILES LINK

The credits:

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Dick Farney e Booker Pittman – Jam Session (1961)

RGE XRLP 5105

The promised second album featuring Dick Farney, this time live with Booker Pittman: Jam Session performed in the end of 1960 and released in 1961.

As this album was first presented on the mighty Loronix blog, you may read Zecalouro‘s text about it on  Órfãos do Loronix.

As usual in such cases:

The list of the musicians:

Lado A: 
Dick Farney: Piano 
Luis: Contrabaixo 
Heraldo do Monte: Guitarra (1, 2) 
Cláudio: Bateria (3, 4) 

Lado B:
Booker Pittman: Sax soprano e alto 
Dudu: Guitarra 
Massao Ukon: Pistom 
Daniel: Contrabaixo 
Paulinho: Bateria (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Kurt Van Elgg: Clarineta (5) 
Eduardo Vidossich: Piano (5)

The track list:

Lado A:

1. The Man I Love (George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin) Dick Farney
2. Velhos Tempos (Luiz Bonfá) Dick Farney
3. I Want To Be Happy (Vincent Youmans / Irving Caesar) Dick Farney
4. Gone With The Wind (A. Wrubel / H. Magidson) Dick Farney

Lado B:

1. Am I Blue (Harry Akst / Clarke) Booker Pittman
2. St. Louis Blues (William Christopher Handy) Booker Pittman
3. Sweet Georgia Brown (Ben Bernie / Maceo Pinkard / Ken Casey) Booker Pittman
4. Cheese (Dudu / Daniel / Booker Pittman) Booker Pittman
5. Tiger Rag (Original Dixieland Jazz Band) Booker Pittman

The appropriate Depositfiles link:

THE APPROPRIATE DEPOSITFILES LINK

The credits:

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Dick Farney Trio (1956)

Continental LPP 29

Jazz pianist Dick Farney‘s 10’ recorded in 1956, the first of his two albums included in the current package sent to us by Pedro & 300discos:

Dick Farney‘s trio in 1956 consisted of:

Dick Farney (Piano)
Dinarte Rodrigues Filho (Guitarra)
Ed Lincoln (Contrabaixo)

The music performed is a balanced mixture of jazz standards and jazzy interpretations of Brazilian compositions + a blues composed by Dick Farney:

01. Valsa de Uma Cidade (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
02. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence)
03. Com Você Meu Bem (Dick Farney / Laura Maria)
04. Contigo En La Distancia (Cesar Portillo de La Luz)
05. You Stepped Out Of A Dream (Nacio Herb Brown / Gus Kahn)
06. Deep Purple (Peter DeRose / Mitchell Parish)
07. Nick Bar (Garoto / José Vasconcelos)
08. Farney’s Blues (Dick Farney)

DICK’S TRIO ’56

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Dick Farney Trio (1956)

Continental LPP 29

Jazz pianist Dick Farney‘s 10’ recorded in 1956, the first of his two albums included in the current package sent to us by Pedro & 300discos:

Dick Farney‘s trio in 1956 consisted of:

Dick Farney (Piano)
Dinarte Rodrigues Filho (Guitarra)
Ed Lincoln (Contrabaixo)

The music performed is a balanced mixture of jazz standards and jazzy interpretations of Brazilian compositions + a blues composed by Dick Farney:

01. Valsa de Uma Cidade (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
02. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence)
03. Com Você Meu Bem (Dick Farney / Laura Maria)
04. Contigo En La Distancia (Cesar Portillo de La Luz)
05. You Stepped Out Of A Dream (Nacio Herb Brown / Gus Kahn)
06. Deep Purple (Peter DeRose / Mitchell Parish)
07. Nick Bar (Garoto / José Vasconcelos)
08. Farney’s Blues (Dick Farney)

DICK’S TRIO ’56

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Jazz Festival No 1 – Jam Session (1956)

RGE RLP 002

Live recording in the  Teatro de Cultura ArtísticaSão Paulo, during the Primeiro Festival Brasileiro de Jazz, organized by the Jazz Club de São Paulo.

In short: Farnésio Dutra e Silva alas Dick Farney‘s jazzy jam session, already presented on Loronix several years ago, about which you may read Zecalouro‘s text reprinted on Órfãos do Loronix.

As usual in such occasions, here are just:

1. The list of the musicians:

Dick Farney: Piano 
Casé: Saxofone 
Rubinho: Bateria 
Choo Viana: Contrabaixo 
Ismael Campiglia: classified on the back cover as “músico amador”

2. The track list:

1. Pennies From Heaven (Arthur Johnston / Johnny Burke)
2. Blues (Autor Desconhecido)             
3. Out Of Nowhere (Edward Heyman / Johnny Green)

3. The notorious, cryptic text which conceals the link:

JAMMING WITH DICK

4. The credits:

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Jazz Festival No 1 – Jam Session (1956)

RGE RLP 002

Live recording in the  Teatro de Cultura ArtísticaSão Paulo, during the Primeiro Festival Brasileiro de Jazz, organized by the Jazz Club de São Paulo.

In short: Farnésio Dutra e Silva alas Dick Farney‘s jazzy jam session, already presented on Loronix several years ago, about which you may read Zecalouro‘s text reprinted on Órfãos do Loronix.

As usual in such occasions, here are just:

1. The list of the musicians:

Dick Farney: Piano 
Casé: Saxofone 
Rubinho: Bateria 
Choo Viana: Contrabaixo 
Ismael Campiglia: classified on the back cover as “músico amador”

2. The track list:

1. Pennies From Heaven (Arthur Johnston / Johnny Burke)
2. Blues (Autor Desconhecido)             
3. Out Of Nowhere (Edward Heyman / Johnny Green)

3. The notorious, cryptic text which conceals the link:

JAMMING WITH DICK

4. The credits:

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Musica Romantica com Dick Farney (1954)

Continental LPP 02

Famous Brazilian jazz pianist Dick Farney  has finally his premiere on Parallel Realities with his first career album, a 10′ LP, out of many. 
You may ask why he was not featured earlier…
The answer is simple: Because all of his recordings in my collection have been downloaded from other sites.
Now, as this is a transfer by Pedro, all such considerations are pushed aside.

Enjoy Dick Farney‘s romantic tracks:

Lado A (com Orquestra):

1. Você Se Lembra (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara) Samba
2. Canção do Mar (Bruno Marnet) Toada
3. Grande Verdade (Billy Blanco) Samba
4. Outra Vez (Tom Jobim) Samba-canção

Lado B (com L. Pasquet e Sua Orquestra):

5. She’s Funny That Way (N. Moret / R. A. Whiting) Fox-trot
6. These Foolish Things (Eric Maschwitz / Jack Strachey / Harry Link) Fox-trot
7. How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin) Fox-trot
8. You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie / John Frederick Coots) Fox-trot

THE ROMANTIC FARNEY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

P.S. On side B Dick Farney is accompanied by the orchestra led by Maestro L. Pasquet about whom I could not find any reference.

MORE INFORMATION by Fausto Neves:
On the Lp 12″ Meia-Noite Em Copacabana Com Dick Farney (1956), the Disco has, on the B side track 06 – Toada Amor – Luiz Bonfa and Luiz Pasquet,

I found the info Luis Pasquet (1917 -) born in Salto, Uruguay musician, composer of tangos. He also recorded with the brazilians Joel e Gaucho

I understand that the Uruguayan Luis Pasquet is the same Luis Pasquet, as a musician. And in Castilian or Spanish is not usual a z letter in the name Luis.

Roberto Corte Real, on the back cover, was a Brazilian expert in Jazz, which in the 1960s was a director of EMI-ODEON and CBS in Brazil. The producer Jose Scatena came to have an important recording studio also in 1960s

Musica Romantica com Dick Farney (1954)

Continental LPP 02

Famous Brazilian jazz pianist Dick Farney  has finally his premiere on Parallel Realities with his first career album, a 10′ LP, out of many. 
You may ask why he was not featured earlier…
The answer is simple: Because all of his recordings in my collection have been downloaded from other sites.
Now, as this is a transfer by Pedro, all such considerations are pushed aside.

Enjoy Dick Farney‘s romantic tracks:

Lado A (com Orquestra):

1. Você Se Lembra (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara) Samba
2. Canção do Mar (Bruno Marnet) Toada
3. Grande Verdade (Billy Blanco) Samba
4. Outra Vez (Tom Jobim) Samba-canção

Lado B (com L. Pasquet e Sua Orquestra):

5. She’s Funny That Way (N. Moret / R. A. Whiting) Fox-trot
6. These Foolish Things (Eric Maschwitz / Jack Strachey / Harry Link) Fox-trot
7. How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin) Fox-trot
8. You Go To My Head (Haven Gillespie / John Frederick Coots) Fox-trot

THE ROMANTIC FARNEY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

P.S. On side B Dick Farney is accompanied by the orchestra led by Maestro L. Pasquet about whom I could not find any reference.

MORE INFORMATION by Fausto Neves:
On the Lp 12″ Meia-Noite Em Copacabana Com Dick Farney (1956), the Disco has, on the B side track 06 – Toada Amor – Luiz Bonfa and Luiz Pasquet,

I found the info Luis Pasquet (1917 -) born in Salto, Uruguay musician, composer of tangos. He also recorded with the brazilians Joel e Gaucho

I understand that the Uruguayan Luis Pasquet is the same Luis Pasquet, as a musician. And in Castilian or Spanish is not usual a z letter in the name Luis.

Roberto Corte Real, on the back cover, was a Brazilian expert in Jazz, which in the 1960s was a director of EMI-ODEON and CBS in Brazil. The producer Jose Scatena came to have an important recording studio also in 1960s

Norma Вengell – The Six Tracks (1964)

Parallel Realities Studio 2013

One more Norma Вengell re-post, this time from this site.

A long time ago I found in another reality a compacto duplo by Norma Вengell and posted it here. But, there was something wrong with it: Although it’s title was Six Tracks, the compacto duplo contained only 5 compositions…

Also the cover was not good enough. I was in a hurry at that time, so I decided to search through other realities existing parallel to ours, some other time at leisure, in order to find the correct version, preferably in better cover.

I have done so today. Indeed I found a reality in which the correct version exists. As promised, it contains six tracks, but on a 10 Inch, not a compacto duplo. The period this compilation of songs, not released on Norma’s career albums or official compactos, is the same: From 1960 to 1964. As I found out, this 10 Inch was released in 1964.

The six tracks are:

1. Apresentação Norma ВengellRonaldo Bôscoli – Ao Vivo 1960 Faculdade de Arquitetura
2. Não Faz Assim (Oscar Сastro Neves / Ronaldo Bôscoli) -Ao Vivo 1960 Faculdade de Arquitetura
3. Сoração (Riсhard Adler / Jerrу Ross / Vrs. Romeo Nunes) 1960 78 Rpm
4. Tristeza (Luiz Вonfa / Maria Нelena Toledo) 1962 Сoрaсabana Рallaсe Soundtrack
5. Voсê (Roberto Menesсal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) 1964 com Diсk Farneу
6. Vou Рor Aí (Вaden Рowell / Aloуsio de Oliveira) 1964 com Diсk Farneу

NORMA FROM THE OTHER REALITY 

Norma Bengell – 6 Tracks – Compacto Duplo (1964. parallel reality)

There are a few tracks by Norma Bengell that are published either as her participation at a concert, soundtrack or guest vocal with Dick Farney, spanning from 1960 to 1964.
They can be collected by downloading 3 different albums from Loronix
There is a parallel reality though, in which a producer had the brilliant idea to compile these 4 tracks together with the announcement for the second track into a compacto duplo and to publish them (end of 1964)…
So this compacto duplo, containing 4 tracks and one announcement, was sent to the record stores a few days ahead of New Year’s Eve 1965 in this particular reality, under a misleading name: 6 Tracks:
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1. Apresentacao Norma Bengel – 1960 Faculdade de Arquitetura
2. Nao Faz Assim – 1960 Faculdade de Arquitetura
3. Tristeza – 1962 Copacabana Pallace Soundtrack
4. Voce – 1964 com Dick Farney
5. Vou Por Ai – 1964 com Dick Farney
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WARP PORTAL – BACK TO 1964
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Creditos: Zeca