Estereolândia (1961)

Here is a “Half of a Santa Claus gift” as my friend Simon Boutman (Microgrooves) labeled it in the accompanying mail as he sent this LP.
Half, as on this compilation from 1961 by Odeon, among rare tracks by various artists, Norma Benguell is featured with Coração, originally released on one side of a 78 rpm that is on my Santa Claus list.

The list of artists and their respective compositions is:

01. Trio Irakitan – El Matador
02. Peruzzi e suas Cordas Românticas – Abismo
03. Monsueto – Quero Essa Mulher Assim Mesmo
04. Luiz Eça e Astor – Nova Ilusão
05. Elza Soares – Mulata Assanhada
06. Hebe Camargo – No Domingo, Não
07. João Gilberto – Bolinha de Papel
08. Chiquinho do Acordeon – Maria Bonita
09. Gregorio Barrios – Adoración
10. Irany e Seu Conjunto – Miente
11. Dalva de Oliveira – Estrela do Mar
12. Norma Benguell – Coração

CORAÇÃO

Créditos: Simon Boutman

Јоãо Gilbеrtо – Dеsаfinаdо

I am temporary pausing the “make a request” series for a special reason:

A long, long time ago I bought on a Belgrade street a disc with several mp3 albums on it. Among others, on it was the album I am presenting now.

The frequent visitor of my site will ask himself the obvious question:

Why is a notorious admirer of erotic female voices posting a male singer performing 20 compositions on one compilation album and adding a bonus track?

This question will remain unanswered…

But this mystery should not stop you from enjoying, at your own risk, these songs::

01. Corcovado
02. Você E Eu
03. Desafinado
04. Meditação
05. Samba De Uma Nota Só
06. Chega De Saudade
07. Rosa Morena
08. O Pato
09. Saudade Da Bahia
10. Manha De Carnival
11. O Amor Em Paz
12. O Barquinho
13. Insensatez
14. Coisa Mais Linda
15. Samba Da Minha Terra
16. Doralice
17. Este Seu Olhar
18. É Luxo Só
19. Outra Vez
20. Discussão

Bonus Track:

21. Ho-ba-la-la

HOBALALA

Créditos: Marc Fischer