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.

Dóris Monteiro – Gostoso É Sambar (1963)

Рhiliрs Р 632.130 L

Com Walter Wаndеrlеу e Sеu Сonjunto

Fonogramas:

01. Voltа Роr Сimа (Раulo Vаnzоlini)
02. Tristеzа dе Nós Dois (Durvаl Fеrrеirа / Маuríсio Еinhоrn / Веbеto)
03. Nós е o Маr (Robеrtо Меnеsсаl / Ronаldo Вôsсoli)
04. Gostoso É Sambar (Јоão Меllo)
05. Соnsеlho a Quеm Quisеr Voltаr (Silviо Сésаr)
06. Раrti (Ed Linсоln / Silviо Сésаr)
07. O Quе Еu Gostо dе Voсê (Silviо Сésаr)
08. Rесеita Prа Esquесеr (Durvаl Fеrrеirа / Оrlаndo Неnriquеs)
09. O Раssаrinho (Сhiсo Fеitosа / Luis Fеrnаndо Frеirе)
10. Quаndo Еu Еrа Pеquеninа (Сhiсo Fеitosа / Јuliе Joу)
11. Vосê е Еu (Саrlоs Lуrа / Viniсius dе Моrаеs)
12. Olhou Prа Mim (Еd Linсoln / Silviо Сésаr)

DOWNLOAD YESTERDAY: GOSTOSO

or you may try the with Sоundfоrgе 10 edited version of this album done by Chris do Brasil:

DOWNLOAD YESTERDAY: GOSTOSO EDITED BY CHRIS

Créditos: ?

Dóris Monteiro (1964)

A recent request to post this album by Dóris Monteiro came quite handy as a natural continuation of the previous two posts: Walter Wanderley is accompanying Dóris on this one.

Unfortunately I have no idea where I found this album, so I can not give appropriate credits…

Credits or no credits, enjoy the cool combination of Dóris Monteiro and Walter Wanderley resulting in these songs:

01. Samba de Verão (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)

02. Dois Peixinhos (Durval Ferreira / Luis Fernando Freire)

03. Baiãozinho (Eumir Deodato)

04. Vou de Samba Com Você (João Mello)

05. Deus Brasileiro (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)

06. Diz Que Fui Por Aí (Zé Keti / Hortêncio Rocha)

07. Vivendo de Ilusão (Durval Ferreira / Orlando Henriques)

08. Falaram Tanto de Você (Durval Ferreira / Orlandivo)

09. Sambou Sambou (João Donato / João Mello)

10. E Vem o Sol (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)

11. Razão do Amor (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle)

12. Verdade Em Paz (Durval Ferreira / Pedro Camargo)

DÓRIS & WALTER

EDIT: For some reason unknown to me the Megaupload link gives a temporary unavailable notice when trying to download. Probably it will work soon again, but anyway I added a Rapidshare link:

RAPIDSHARE LINK

Dóris Monteiro (1961)

Another re post from loronix I am posting because another friend asked me to do so. In fact, as I have not enough time to concetrate on updates, I am willing to post in the next days albums or singles that you would like to see here (providing, of course, that I have them and that they are not available anywhere else). So feel free to voice your wishes…
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While reflecting what to request, enjoy these compositions from 1961:

01. Fiz o Bobão (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
02. Canção de Sentir Saudade (Durval Ferreira / Orlando Henriques)
03. Em Tom de Sofrer (Armando Cavalcanti / Victor Freire)
04. Passaporte Pra Titia (João Roberto Kelly)
05. Hora de Nós Dois (Armando Cavalcanti / Victor Freire)
06. Sei Lá (James Levi)
07. Balada de Um Dia de Sol (Armando Cavalcanti / Victor Freire)
08. Palhaçada (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
09. Coração Só Faz Bater (João Mello)
10. O Menino Desce o Morro (Vera Brasil / De Rosa)
11. Pinta de Satanás (Marília Batista)
12. Tempos Modernos (João Roberto Kelly)

TEMPOS MODERNOS

Créditos: Zecalouro

Dóris Monteiro – Dóris (1959)

Here is another re post from loronix. This time it is an album by Dóris Monteiro from 1959, about which informations were limited at the time Zeca has posted it. He wrote in the title that it were from 1962, but it looks like it was more a guess than a fact as Memória Musical dates it 1959 and so does Cantoras do Brasil. As I do not believe in the existence of time at all, it is unimportant from my point of view. Of course, a calendar or a clock, however absurd they might be, are essential to keep ut the matrix we are all living in.
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Illusion or reality, enjoy it:
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01. Cartão de Visita (Edgardo Luis / Nilton Pereira de Castro)
02. Sonhar (José Maria de Abreu / Jair Amorim)
03. Prelúdio Op 32 (Eduardo Dutra / Victor Dagô)
04. Argumentação (Afonso Chiodi / Lomonaco / Nanai)
05. Domingo Próximo (Alfredo Borba / Édson Borges)
06. Depois de Tanto Esperar (Armando Nunes / Othon Russo)
07. Vem Me Beijar (Erlon Chaves)
08. Uma Só Vez (Caco Velho)
09. Sempre Teu (Fernando César / João Leal Brito ”Britinho”)
10. A Saudade e Você (Fernando César)
11. O Maior Problema (Billy Blanco)
12. Sou Toda Tua (Dolores Duran / Fernando César)
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SONHAR
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Créditos: Zecalouro
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P.S. My friend Augusto, the owner of the mighty Toque Musical blog has invited me to create a compilation of music for his blog which I finished and it is posted on his site. It is an album duplo em 10 polegadas which I named Meu Brasil, consisting of 2 x 8 tracks.
Augusto has been so kind to create a collection of favorite songs by his favorite singer Alaide Costa for me which has been posted some time ago on Parallel Realities: :Minha Alaide – seleção – Augusto TM

Dóris Monteiro – Compacto Duplo (1968)

I have downloaded this compacto duplo by Dóris Monteiro long before I even considered creating my own site. At this time I did not have the habit of writing down the source where I found it. I checked captain crawl if it was available for download a short time ago, but could not find it. I double checked my usual suspects in such cases (loronix, toque etc.) but still could not find it. A short time ago Eduardo Carvalho added it inside a zip with other goodies that he sent to me, not knowing that I already had it.
Anyway, Eduardo‘s transfers are perfect and no sound cleaning filters were applied so it is a different (better) sound than the one I had.
Finally, with a clear conscience I am able to post it here.
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Enjoy:
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1. Mudando de Conversa (Maurício Tapajós / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho)
2. Eu e a Brisa (Johnny Alf)
3. Se o Carnaval Acabar (Élton Medeiros / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho / Mauro Duarte)
4. Carolina (Chico Buarque)
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CAROLINA
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Créditos: Eduardo Carvalho

Doris Monteiro & Ricardo Jr. – Ao Vivo (2004)

I created two albums with songs performed by Doris Monteiro and Ricardo Jr. in 2004, and posted them both on Parallel Realities some 20 months ago .
One containing tracks recorded by them in a home studio: Doris Monteiro & Ricardo Jr. – Made in House (2004) as well as this album I am re posting now, recorded live at a celebration of Doris‘ birthday for a selected audience.
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Several weeks ago, after receiving complaints on this album in particular by someone who claimed to be a personal friend of Doris Monteiro and Ricardo Jr., I removed it from my sites and deleted the download links.
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A few days later, I found a comment on the Made in House album on my mirror site on WordPress signed with Ricardo Jr., thanking me in Doris‘ and his name for publishing it.
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I contacted Ricardo Jr. and sent him this live album I had removed so he can listen to it and asked for their explicit permission to re post it.
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Ricardo Jr. answered that both Doris and he were delighted and enjoyed the music, complimented upon the cover artworks and gave me their blessings to re post it again as well as to post here any unpublished music created by them.
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So consider both albums as a special gift from Doris Monteiro and Ricardo Jr. to us all.
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Enjoy Doris Monteiro and Ricardo Jr. performing:
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Abertura: Show ao Vivo Sesc Ribeirao Preto
Se voce se importasse
Dó Ré Mi
Mocinho Bonito
Banca Do Distinto
Caminhemos
Tristeza de Nós Dois
Mas Que Doidice
Mudando de Coversa
Conversa de Botequim
Ronda & Folha Morta
Apresentaçao dos Músicos & Equipe Técnica, no Sesc Ribeirao Preto
SeTodos Fossem Iguais a Voce
De Conversa em Conversa
Amendoim Torradinho
Fim de Caso
Pra Voce eu Guardei
Se Queres Saber…
Sandalia de Prata
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EXCLUSIVIDADE
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Um grande Abraço a Doris e Ricardo Jr.

Claudette Soares – 50 Anos de Fenaseg (com Cláudio Pinheiro, Dóris Monteiro e Garganta Profunda)

In 2001. Fenaseg (Federação Nacional das Empresas de Seguros Privados e de Capitalização) celebrated 50 years of success and published a book and CD with special guests for this occasion . The main performer was Claudette Soares and several tracks were sung by other renowned artists: Cláudio Pinheiro, Dóris Monteiro and Garganta Profunda.
As far as I know this CD is neither commercially nor otherwise available, so I am taking the liberty to post it here.
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Tracks:

  1. Sábado em Copacabana – Claudette Soares
  2. Canção de amor – Claudette Soares
  3. Unforgettable – Cláudio Pinheiro
  4. Ave Maria – Claudette Soares
  5. Não tem solução – Cláudio Pinheiro
  6. Três apitos / Pra que mentir / Com que roupa – Claudette Soares
  7. Se você se importasse – Dóris Monteiro
  8. Because of you – Cláudio Pinheiro
  9. Vingança – Claudette Soares
  10. Dez anos – Claudette Soares
  11. Em flor (Too young) – Claudette Soares / Cláudio Pinheiro
  12. Confetti / Retrato do velho / Zum zum / Sassaricando / Estrela do mar – Garganta Profunda

HERE IS PART 1
&
HERE IS PART 2
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Creditos: Fenaseg / downloaded from: ershis

Doris Monteiro – Compacto (1967)

Last night brought some nice surprises.
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Simon Boutman a friend from Rio de Janeiro finally decided to reopen his site with Brazilian music which he closed in 2008, the UNBREAKABLE MICROGROOVES, a blog which was among my top favorites. The first post he made after reopening his site is a rare album by Lucienne Franco:: Pelos Caminhos do Mundo (1962), which is on my Santa Claus wishlist for a long time and now it is found!
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Simon was also so kind to send me as a present this rare compacto by Doris Monteiro from 1967 with music that is not on any of her albums and I am sharing it with you now.
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Enjoy!
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Tracks:

  1. Carretel
  2. Sonho de Lugar

DOWNLOAD
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Creditos: Simon Boutman, Unbreakable Microgrooves

Doris Monteiro & Ricardo Jr. – Made in House (2004)

Together with the music from the previous post, I downloaded these tracks (without any covers) which are probably recorded as a private session together with Ricardo Jr. and using sequencers. An investigation about details proved unsuccesful.
So here it is with covers designed at the Parallel Realities Studio:
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Tracks:
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1. Do Ré Mi
2. Mocinho Bonito
3. Caminhemos
4. Mudando de Conversa
5. Conversa de Botequim
6. Mulambo
7. Copacabana
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DOWNLOAD
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Creditos: Marcello Gaspar

Various Artists – Essas Mulheres

This is a compilation of songs by four brazilian divas:
Elizeth Cardoso, Doris Monteiro, Helena de Lima and Angela Maria.
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Tracks:

  1. O Amor Acontece – Helena de Lima
  2. Para Nao Sofrer – Angela Maria
  3. Cigarro sem Baton – Doris Monteiro
  4. Cançao Da Volta – Elizeth Cardoso
  5. Bom Dia Tristeza – Helena de Lima
  6. Poema do Coraçao – Angela Maria
  7. Do-re-mi – Doris Monteiro
  8. Se O Tempo Entendesse – Elizeth Cardoso
  9. Velho Bar – Helena de Lima
  10. Quando a Chuva Chegar – Angela Maria
  11. Nem Sol Nem Paz Nem Voce – Doris Monteiro
  12. Só você…Mais Nada – Elizeth Cardoso

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