Rio, Cidade Maravilhosa (1960)

Continental LPP 3095

This album presented now, is a “Various Artists” type, but somehow I feel that it is connected in a indirect way to the previous two posts.

Here is a quotation from Memória Musical:

Apresenta a ”Sinfonia do Rio de Janeiro”, originalmente gravada em 1956, com outros intérpretes – A Orquestra e os arranjos são do mesmo maestro Radamés Gnattali.

The tracks, as well as the various artists, are:

1. Sinfonia do Rio de Janeiro [A Montanha, O Sol, O Mar]
    (Tom Jobim / Вillу Вlanсo)
    Albertinho Fortuna, Nelly Martins, Мaуsa, Jamelão, 
    Luely Figueiró, 
    Radamés Gnattali e Sua Orquestra, Ted Moreno, Risadinha, 
    Os Cariocas

2. Cidade Maravilhosa
    (André Filho)
    Severino Filho e Seu Coral

3. Copacabana
    (João de Вarro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Maуsa

4. Valsa de Uma Cidade
    (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
    Severino Filho e Seu Coral

5. Fim de Semana Em Paquetá
    (João de Вarro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Severino Filho e Seu Coral

6. Corcovado
    (Steve Вernard / Nazareno de Вrito)
    Ted Moreno, Severino Filho e Seu Coral

7. Primavera no Rio
    (João de Вarro)
    Severino Filho e Seu Coral

RIO PARA OS CARIOCAS

Créditos: Pedro & 300 discos

EDIT by 300discos: This one has also been published at Loronix, but with another cover (the 1981 reissue)

Nelly Martins – Compacto (1962)

Nelly Martins for the first time on Parallel Realities. The reason why I have not published her music before is simple: She has recorded only two LPs: One with Tito Madi called Encontro no Sábado from 1959, a beautiful recording where she unfortunately sings only four solo tracks. Four tracks are duets with Tito and four are Tito’s solos. This album can be found on Loronix and I am highly recommending it. The other LP has been recorded in 1967 together with Radamés Gnattali her husband at the time, Piano Duo, where she plays the other piano, but If I have understood right, it is an instrumental recording… Why Radamés has chosen to let her play another piano instead of singing accompanied by him is a mystery to me, especially as I am the proud owner of one of his solo piano recitals and could not force myself to listen to it more then once…
Nelly has recorded six 78 rpms (one is part of the Encontro no Sábado LP), four others are lost in time and space but the sixth, from 1962 has been found in a parallel reality, printed on vinyl as a compacto, sounding almost perfect
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Enjoy this compacto from a parallel reality.
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Tracks:
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1. Insensatez (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
2. Para Não Sofrer (Tom Jobim)
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SENSUAL
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Creditos: burgulization