Paulo Moura e Sua Orquestra de Danca – Escolha… E Dance (1958)

Sinter SLP 1743

Paulo Moura‘s first career album, with orchestra consisting of  altogether 17 musicians:

Paulo Moura (Clarineta, Sax alto)
Pedro Luis e Euclides (Sax alto)
Gustavo e Julinho (Sax tenor)
Januário (Sax baritono)
Norato, Waldemar Moura e Antônio Bogado (Trombone)
Darci, Barriquinha, Ari Magalhães e Paulo Afonso (Pistom)
Édson (Bateria)
Bernard (Violão elétrico)
Luis Marinho (Contrabaixo)
Perez Prado (Pandeiro)

Performing:

01. Se Alguém Disse (Newton Teixeira / Arnô Canegal / Arnaldo Paes)
02. Dengoso (Guio de Morais)
03. Baião Atrevido (Lindolfo Gaya)
04. Minha Saudade (João Donato / João Gilberto)
05. Dorinha Meu Amor (José Francisco de Freitas)
06. Passarinho da Noite (Nestor Campos)
07. Faceira (Ary Barroso)
08. Saxologia (Vadico)
09. Conceição (Jair Amorim / Valdemar de Abreu “Dunga”)
10. Silk Stop (João Donato)
11. Ouça (Maysa)
12. Por Causa de Você (Tom Jobim / Dolores Duran)

I have this album a long time and I can not remember where I found it. Sorry.

THANKS TO THE ORIGINAL UPLOADER

Whoever it might be.

Julinho Barbosa – O Som do Julinho (1965)

Equipe EQ 823

The other album by piston player Julinho completes, together with his album posted a short time ago, his discography consisting of, as far as I know, two career albums.

While waiting for an miraculous appearance of an eventual third, unlisted one, enjoy the hear here and now opportunity:

01. Carolina (Chico Buarque)
02. Samba em treis Tempos (Salvador)
03. E Nada Mais (Durval Ferreira / Luiz Fernando Freire)
04. Roda Viva (Chico Buarque)
05. Caminhando (Julinho)
06. Travessia (Milton Nacimento)
07. Apenas Amigos (Just Friends) (Hatori / Kata Kiri)
08. Tema P’ro Gaguinho (Darcy da Cruz)
09. Menina Flor (Luiz Bonfá / Maria Helena Toledo)
10. Tema P’ra Um Amigo (Darcy da Cruz)

JULINHO HERE AND NOW

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos  

Julinho Barbosa – O Som do Julinho (1965)

Equipe EQ 823

The other album by piston player Julinho completes, together with his album posted a short time ago, his discography consisting of, as far as I know, two career albums.

While waiting for an miraculous appearance of an eventual third, unlisted one, enjoy the hear here and now opportunity:

01. Carolina (Chico Buarque)
02. Samba em treis Tempos (Salvador)
03. E Nada Mais (Durval Ferreira / Luiz Fernando Freire)
04. Roda Viva (Chico Buarque)
05. Caminhando (Julinho)
06. Travessia (Milton Nacimento)
07. Apenas Amigos (Just Friends) (Hatori / Kata Kiri)
08. Tema P’ro Gaguinho (Darcy da Cruz)
09. Menina Flor (Luiz Bonfá / Maria Helena Toledo)
10. Tema P’ra Um Amigo (Darcy da Cruz)

JULINHO HERE AND NOW

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos  

Djalma Ferreira Apresenta O Grande Trumpetista Araken (1963 ?)

Discos Drink LP-DF-13.011

Araken Peixoto has been featured two times on Parallel Realities playing as member of Djalma Ferreira‘a conjunto.
Now we have the opportunity to enjoy his solo album, recorded for Discos Drink, a company run by Djalma Ferreira. Araken has another album released for the same high spirited recording label, which has, by the way, published (as far as I could find out) altogether 11 albums, most of them starring, no surprise here, Djalma Ferreira with his conjunto.

The back cover displays a detailed text about Araken‘s personal life and career, written by the mIsterious Mister ECO .

The musicians playing together with Araken are:

Paulinho (Piano)
Evaldo (Guitarra)
Sebastião (Contrabaixo)
Fernando (Bateria)
Julinho e Canseira (Ritmo) 
+ Coro

The compositions performed are

01. Isto É Samba (J. Canseira / Paulo Silva)
02. A Canção Que Nasceu do Amor (Rildo Hora / Clóvis Mello)
03. Amei Demais (Anselmo Mazzoni)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
04. Johnny Guitar (Victor Young / Peggy Lee)
05. Reza Por Nosso Amor (Haroldo Lobo / Milton de Oliveira)
06. Vai Amor (Izaias Ferreira / Jorge de Oliveira)
07. Larga o Meu Pé (Monsueto / Aloísio França)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
08. Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
09. Aprendeu a Lição (Ataulfo Alves / Luiz Bandeira)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
10. Passo do Elefantinho (Henry Mancini)
11. Manda Brasa (Pega Lenha) (Luiz Bandeira)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
12. Moon River (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer)

DRINK, DRINK, DRINK AT THE DRINK

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

PROBABLE RELEASE DATE by Brazilliance:
I assume, this fine album is from 1963 because the earliest verifiable recording of A Canção Que Nasceu do Amor is also from 1963 by Araken‘s brother Cauby Peixoto. Unfortunately, the catalogue numbers of Discos Drink are not exactly in chronological order which is why they are not reliable.

Djalma Ferreira Apresenta O Grande Trumpetista Araken (1963 ?)

Discos Drink LP-DF-13.011

Araken Peixoto has been featured two times on Parallel Realities playing as member of Djalma Ferreira‘a conjunto.
Now we have the opportunity to enjoy his solo album, recorded for Discos Drink, a company run by Djalma Ferreira. Araken has another album released for the same high spirited recording label, which has, by the way, published (as far as I could find out) altogether 11 albums, most of them starring, no surprise here, Djalma Ferreira with his conjunto.

The back cover displays a detailed text about Araken‘s personal life and career, written by the mIsterious Mister ECO .

The musicians playing together with Araken are:

Paulinho (Piano)
Evaldo (Guitarra)
Sebastião (Contrabaixo)
Fernando (Bateria)
Julinho e Canseira (Ritmo) 
+ Coro

The compositions performed are

01. Isto É Samba (J. Canseira / Paulo Silva)
02. A Canção Que Nasceu do Amor (Rildo Hora / Clóvis Mello)
03. Amei Demais (Anselmo Mazzoni)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
04. Johnny Guitar (Victor Young / Peggy Lee)
05. Reza Por Nosso Amor (Haroldo Lobo / Milton de Oliveira)
06. Vai Amor (Izaias Ferreira / Jorge de Oliveira)
07. Larga o Meu Pé (Monsueto / Aloísio França)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
08. Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
09. Aprendeu a Lição (Ataulfo Alves / Luiz Bandeira)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
10. Passo do Elefantinho (Henry Mancini)
11. Manda Brasa (Pega Lenha) (Luiz Bandeira)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
12. Moon River (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer)

DRINK, DRINK, DRINK AT THE DRINK

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

PROBABLE RELEASE DATE by Brazilliance:
I assume, this fine album is from 1963 because the earliest verifiable recording of A Canção Que Nasceu do Amor is also from 1963 by Araken‘s brother Cauby Peixoto. Unfortunately, the catalogue numbers of Discos Drink are not exactly in chronological order which is why they are not reliable.