RCA Victor BBL 1094
If you type “Mozart” into Memoria Musical‘s musicians search you get a list of results outnumbered only by results you get when searching for “Zezinho“.
One of these Mozarts is Mozart Brandão who was featured in this parallel reality only as a participant but never with a career album, which is not surprising as he has, as far as I know, released only two: The one presented today and another one released in ’65 by Entré/CBS.
Unfortunately, not one of these twelve compositions was composed by Mozart:
01. Regalame Esta Noche (Roberto Cantoral)
02. Andalucia (Ernesto Lecuona)
03. O Vagabundo (Victor Simon)
04. Espere Um Pouco Mais (Waldir Machado)
05. C’est Ça L’amore (Jean Broussolle / Pino Massara)
06. Donde Estará Mi Vida (Antônio Lopes / Quiroga Segovia / Francisco Naranjo Caldera / Ignacio Roman Jimenez)
07. La Violetera (José Padilla / Eduardo Montesinos)
08. At Last (Mack Gordon / Harry Warren)
09. Alguém Me Disse (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
10. Romântica (Renato Rascel / Dino Verde)
11. Arrivederci (Umberto Bindi / Giorgio Calabrese)
12. Noites de Moscou (Vassily Solovyov-Sedoy)
I can’t remember that Elmo Barros, the writer of the linear notes, has ever written a longer text than the one you will find on the back cover of this release, alongside a politically incorrect portrait of Mozart with a lit cigarette in his mouth.
Créditos: Pedro & 300discos