Steve Bernard e Sua Arte – Vol. 2 (1955)

Sinter SLP 1033

The download link text says it all!

Steve Bernard (Órgão)
Hanestaldo Américo (Bateria)
Raul Gagliardi (Contrabaixo)
Nestor Campos (Guitarra)

1. Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth) Choro
2. Porque Brilham os Teus Olhos (Fernando César) Fox-trot
3. O Gênio da Marly (Silvio Viana) Choro
4. Pintassilgo Apaixonado (Lina Pesce) Choro
5. Three Coins In The Fountain (Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne) Fox
6. Tout Doucement (Raymand Capy / Steve Bernard) Samba-canção
7. Invitation (Paul Francis Webster / Bronislaw Kaper) Fox
8. I Need You Now (Al Jacobs) Slow

STEVE COMPLETED

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos 

Steve Bernard e Sua Arte – Vol. 2 (1955)

Sinter SLP 1033

The download link text says it all!

Steve Bernard (Órgão)
Hanestaldo Américo (Bateria)
Raul Gagliardi (Contrabaixo)
Nestor Campos (Guitarra)

1. Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth) Choro
2. Porque Brilham os Teus Olhos (Fernando César) Fox-trot
3. O Gênio da Marly (Silvio Viana) Choro
4. Pintassilgo Apaixonado (Lina Pesce) Choro
5. Three Coins In The Fountain (Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne) Fox
6. Tout Doucement (Raymand Capy / Steve Bernard) Samba-canção
7. Invitation (Paul Francis Webster / Bronislaw Kaper) Fox
8. I Need You Now (Al Jacobs) Slow

STEVE COMPLETED

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos 

Dance com Os Ases (1959)

Odeon MOCB 3037

Odeon‘s ’59 showcase of their featured artists:

01. L’edera (Merci) (Saverio Seracini / Vincenzo D’Acquisto) Osvaldo Borba e Sua Orquestra
02. La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean (Marguerite Monnot / René Rouzaud) Gaya e Sua OrquestraLindolfo Gaya
03. Sábado Em Copacabana  (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle) Astor e Sua OrquestraAstor Silva
04. My Special Angel (Jimmy Duncan) Hector Lagna Fietta e Sua Orquestra
05. Maria (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto) Luis Arruda Paes e Sua Orquestra
06. Singapura (Quincas) Quincas e Os Copacabanas
07. O Relógio da Vovó (Fafá Lemos / Chiquinho do Acordeom / Garoto) Conjunto Melódico Norberto Baldauf
08. Eclipse (Margarita Lecuona) Irany e Seu ConjuntoIrany Pinto
09. Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart) Orlando Silveira e Seu Conjunto
10. O Apito no Samba (Luiz Bandeira / Luis Antônio) Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto
11. Dora Me Disse (Candeias Jota Jr. / Oldemar Magalhães) Sexteto Rex
12. Ao Pé da Letra (Mário Gennari Filho) Mário Gennari Filho e Seu Conjunto

OS ODEON ASES

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Dance com Os Ases (1959)

Odeon MOCB 3037

Odeon‘s ’59 showcase of their featured artists:

01. L’edera (Merci) (Saverio Seracini / Vincenzo D’Acquisto) Osvaldo Borba e Sua Orquestra
02. La Goualante Du Pauvre Jean (Marguerite Monnot / René Rouzaud) Gaya e Sua OrquestraLindolfo Gaya
03. Sábado Em Copacabana  (Dorival Caymmi / Carlos Guinle) Astor e Sua OrquestraAstor Silva
04. My Special Angel (Jimmy Duncan) Hector Lagna Fietta e Sua Orquestra
05. Maria (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto) Luis Arruda Paes e Sua Orquestra
06. Singapura (Quincas) Quincas e Os Copacabanas
07. O Relógio da Vovó (Fafá Lemos / Chiquinho do Acordeom / Garoto) Conjunto Melódico Norberto Baldauf
08. Eclipse (Margarita Lecuona) Irany e Seu ConjuntoIrany Pinto
09. Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart) Orlando Silveira e Seu Conjunto
10. O Apito no Samba (Luiz Bandeira / Luis Antônio) Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto
11. Dora Me Disse (Candeias Jota Jr. / Oldemar Magalhães) Sexteto Rex
12. Ao Pé da Letra (Mário Gennari Filho) Mário Gennari Filho e Seu Conjunto

OS ODEON ASES

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard Com o Seu Conjunto de Boite – Depois das 10 (1957)

Polydor LPNG 4002

The second album sent by Sandra Bernhardt magically appeared in my in-box a short time ago: Depois das 10, Steve Bernard‘s fourth career album released by Polydor in 1957, which was waiting on my wish list to become red.

Nightclubbing with:

01. Fita Meus Olhos (Peterpan)
02. Vento Soprando (Fernando César)
03. Icaraí (Silvio Viana)
04. É Tão Gostoso Seu Moço (Chocolate / Mário Lago)
05. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira)
06. Valsa de Uma Cidade (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
07. Sal e Pimenta (Nazareno de Brito / Newton Ramalho)
08. Charanga (Nestor Campos)
09. Mudou Muito (Edson Borges / Henrique Simonetti)
10. Mambo do Panamá (Steve Bernard)
11. Tarde Fria (Ângelo Apolônio ”Poly” / Henrique Lobo)
12. Refúgio (Newton Ramalho / Nazareno de Brito)

REFÚGIO DEPOIS DAS 10

Créditos: Sandra Bernhardt

Steve Bernard Com o Seu Conjunto de Boite – Depois das 10 (1957)

Polydor LPNG 4002

The second album sent by Sandra Bernhardt magically appeared in my in-box a short time ago: Depois das 10, Steve Bernard‘s fourth career album released by Polydor in 1957, which was waiting on my wish list to become red.

Nightclubbing with:

01. Fita Meus Olhos (Peterpan)
02. Vento Soprando (Fernando César)
03. Icaraí (Silvio Viana)
04. É Tão Gostoso Seu Moço (Chocolate / Mário Lago)
05. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira)
06. Valsa de Uma Cidade (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
07. Sal e Pimenta (Nazareno de Brito / Newton Ramalho)
08. Charanga (Nestor Campos)
09. Mudou Muito (Edson Borges / Henrique Simonetti)
10. Mambo do Panamá (Steve Bernard)
11. Tarde Fria (Ângelo Apolônio ”Poly” / Henrique Lobo)
12. Refúgio (Newton Ramalho / Nazareno de Brito)

REFÚGIO DEPOIS DAS 10

Créditos: Sandra Bernhardt

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Aqui – Compacto Duplo

Odeon EP-20231

Some time ago I was contacted by Steve Bernard‘s daughter Sandra Bernhardt, who was pleased to find here the posts about her father and promised to send me the recordings I did not have. Also she was so kind to write a text about her father, clearing some misinformation about him which were also published at the usual hub for distorted facts: Parallel Realities.

Here is Sandra‘s integral text covering the so far undisclosed parts of Steve Bernard‘s life and history:

Steve Bernard was born in​ Brasov,​ Romenia (Roumania)​.
He was a Jew but before getting married to my mother, Eva, he converted to Christianity (Catholic). They got married on Dec, 19, 1954 in a Catholic church named Nossa Senhora da Paz, in Ipanema, Rio de ​Janeiro​, Brazil​.

Eva, was a very famous and gracious dancer, known as Eva Lanthos. She was born in Budapest, Hungary​​.

As far as I know​, he began to play classical music very early, in Brasov, Roumania (not in Vienna).
At the age of 18, he was awarded in several Competitions in Vienna,  played piano in cinemas and with some singers like, Lilly Fayol, Gina Liano and Arthur Allam. A few years later he had his Band with presentations in Bucharest, Roumania
Moved to Paris to study at Sorbonne (Philosophy and Music), made tours in England and Canada before coming to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1952, after Paul Péri‘s invitation.​

Paul Péri, was a famous French actor / singer.  He invited Steve to play at the Golden Room, Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio in 1952.  Some days later Mauricio Lanthos and Waldir Calmon invited him to play the Hammond B3 Organ, recently bought, at Arpège (nobody knew how to manage the Organ, just Steve!)  He needed to live in a tropical city in order to feel better from his constant pains (MD recommendation) and decided to live in Rio

The next step was the his first record – Steve Bernard e sua Arte –  produced by Sinter in 1954 and the second one in 1955., formed his band and …. you have all information about him after that…

Tracks:

1. To The End of The Earth (Joe Sherman / Noel Sherman)
2. Sonoroso (K.Ximbinho / Del Loro)
3. Suas Mãos (Ayres da Costa Pessoa “Pernambuco” / Antônio Maria)
4. A Certain Smile (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain)

THE DAUGHTER

Créditos: Sandra Bernhardt

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Aqui – Compacto Duplo

Odeon EP-20231

Some time ago I was contacted by Steve Bernard‘s daughter Sandra Bernhardt, who was pleased to find here the posts about her father and promised to send me the recordings I did not have. Also she was so kind to write a text about her father, clearing some misinformation about him which were also published at the usual hub for distorted facts: Parallel Realities.

Here is Sandra‘s integral text covering the so far undisclosed parts of Steve Bernard‘s life and history:

Steve Bernard was born in​ Brasov,​ Romenia (Roumania)​.
He was a Jew but before getting married to my mother, Eva, he converted to Christianity (Catholic). They got married on Dec, 19, 1954 in a Catholic church named Nossa Senhora da Paz, in Ipanema, Rio de ​Janeiro​, Brazil​.

Eva, was a very famous and gracious dancer, known as Eva Lanthos. She was born in Budapest, Hungary​​.

As far as I know​, he began to play classical music very early, in Brasov, Roumania (not in Vienna).
At the age of 18, he was awarded in several Competitions in Vienna,  played piano in cinemas and with some singers like, Lilly Fayol, Gina Liano and Arthur Allam. A few years later he had his Band with presentations in Bucharest, Roumania
Moved to Paris to study at Sorbonne (Philosophy and Music), made tours in England and Canada before coming to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1952, after Paul Péri‘s invitation.​

Paul Péri, was a famous French actor / singer.  He invited Steve to play at the Golden Room, Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio in 1952.  Some days later Mauricio Lanthos and Waldir Calmon invited him to play the Hammond B3 Organ, recently bought, at Arpège (nobody knew how to manage the Organ, just Steve!)  He needed to live in a tropical city in order to feel better from his constant pains (MD recommendation) and decided to live in Rio

The next step was the his first record – Steve Bernard e sua Arte –  produced by Sinter in 1954 and the second one in 1955., formed his band and …. you have all information about him after that…

Tracks:

1. To The End of The Earth (Joe Sherman / Noel Sherman)
2. Sonoroso (K.Ximbinho / Del Loro)
3. Suas Mãos (Ayres da Costa Pessoa “Pernambuco” / Antônio Maria)
4. A Certain Smile (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain)

THE DAUGHTER

Créditos: Sandra Bernhardt

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Interpretacoes de Steve Bernard (1956)

Odeon MODB 3046

A vintage (1956) Steve Bernard 10′ Lp with his interpretations of:

1. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain) Fox
2. Mack The Knife (Moritat) (Kurt Weill / Bertold Brecht) Fox-trot
3. Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael / Mitchell Parish) Fox-slow
4. Lisboa Antiga (Raul Portela / Amadeu do Vale / José Galhardo) Fox
5. Ninguém Me Ama (Fernando Lobo / Antônio Maria) Samba-canção
6. Nosso Adeus (João Leal Brito ”Britinho” / Fats Elpidio) Choro
7. Só Pode Ser Você (Fernando César) Fox
8. Corcovado (Steve Bernard / Nazareno de Brito) Samba

STARDUST

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Interpretacoes de Steve Bernard (1956)

Odeon MODB 3046

A vintage (1956) Steve Bernard 10′ Lp with his interpretations of:

1. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain) Fox
2. Mack The Knife (Moritat) (Kurt Weill / Bertold Brecht) Fox-trot
3. Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael / Mitchell Parish) Fox-slow
4. Lisboa Antiga (Raul Portela / Amadeu do Vale / José Galhardo) Fox
5. Ninguém Me Ama (Fernando Lobo / Antônio Maria) Samba-canção
6. Nosso Adeus (João Leal Brito ”Britinho” / Fats Elpidio) Choro
7. Só Pode Ser Você (Fernando César) Fox
8. Corcovado (Steve Bernard / Nazareno de Brito) Samba

STARDUST

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard – Nunca num Domingo (1961)

Continental LPP 3165

The new package from Pedro & 300discos has just arrived and there should nobody be surprised that the first album to be posted out of it is another Steve Bernard from my Santa Claus list.

Vocals are by Steve Bernard, Valéria and Joab.

Enjoy this ’61 Continental release, regardless of the warning not to do it on Sunday:

01. Nunca Num Domingo (Never On Sunday) (Ta Pedia Tou Pirea) (Manos Hadjidakis / Vrs. Billy Towne / Adpt. Steve Bernard / Adpt. Valéria)
02. Murmúrio (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
03. La Novia (Joaquim Prieto)
04. Não Tenho Você (Paulo Marques / Ari Monteiro)
05. Pelo Amor de Amar (José Toledo / Jean Manzon)
06. Witch Doctor (Ross Bagdassarian)
07. Look For A Star (Michael Antony)
08. Beija-me Depois (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
09. Quando a Chuva Chegar (Fernando César / João Leal Brito ”Britinho”)
10. Ninguém Chora Por Mim (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
11. Suave Lembrança (Édson França / Geraldo Miranda)
12. Palhaçada (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)

SUNDAY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

REVIEW by Andreas Dünnewald:
What a surprise! Since Murmúrio is one of my favourite songs, this album caught my immediate attention, of course. However, it turned out more interesting as I expected because it includes some arrangements (or even backing tracks?) that were re-utilised from other artist’s recordings:

1. Murmúrio features the elegant arrangement by Severino Filho as issued on Elis Regina’s debut album Viva a Brotolândia (1961, Continental LPP 3161).

2. Não Tenho Você is identical with Ângela Maria’s version on the album of the same name (1961, Continental LPP 3179).

3. Quando a Chuva Chegar is identical with Ângela Maria’s version on the album Quando A Noite VemÂngela Maria, Uma Voz Para Milhões (1961, Continental LPP 3.144).

You may compare these three version on my website here and here.

4. Ninguém Chora Por Mim is identical with Carlos José’s version on his 1960 album Carlos José Canta Para Você (1960, Continental LPP 3130).

Thus, this album is one of those to feature arrangements from other artist’s recordings, at least partly as Dó-Ré-Mi-Fafá Lemos (1961) by Fafá Lemos, Show by Pernambuco, Segredo para Dois (1963) by Radamés Gnattali, or even completely like Sambas (1961) and Sambas Nº 2 (1963) by Don Júnior (Héctor Costita) as well as Na Cadência do Samba (1963) by Aurino and Jorginho.

So thanks for this collector’s item. Maybe some other readers can help to identify even more songs.  

Steve Bernard – Nunca num Domingo (1961)

Continental LPP 3165

The new package from Pedro & 300discos has just arrived and there should nobody be surprised that the first album to be posted out of it is another Steve Bernard from my Santa Claus list.

Vocals are by Steve Bernard, Valéria and Joab.

Enjoy this ’61 Continental release, regardless of the warning not to do it on Sunday:

01. Nunca Num Domingo (Never On Sunday) (Ta Pedia Tou Pirea) (Manos Hadjidakis / Vrs. Billy Towne / Adpt. Steve Bernard / Adpt. Valéria)
02. Murmúrio (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
03. La Novia (Joaquim Prieto)
04. Não Tenho Você (Paulo Marques / Ari Monteiro)
05. Pelo Amor de Amar (José Toledo / Jean Manzon)
06. Witch Doctor (Ross Bagdassarian)
07. Look For A Star (Michael Antony)
08. Beija-me Depois (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
09. Quando a Chuva Chegar (Fernando César / João Leal Brito ”Britinho”)
10. Ninguém Chora Por Mim (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
11. Suave Lembrança (Édson França / Geraldo Miranda)
12. Palhaçada (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)

SUNDAY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

REVIEW by Andreas Dünnewald:
What a surprise! Since Murmúrio is one of my favourite songs, this album caught my immediate attention, of course. However, it turned out more interesting as I expected because it includes some arrangements (or even backing tracks?) that were re-utilised from other artist’s recordings:

1. Murmúrio features the elegant arrangement by Severino Filho as issued on Elis Regina’s debut album Viva a Brotolândia (1961, Continental LPP 3161).

2. Não Tenho Você is identical with Ângela Maria’s version on the album of the same name (1961, Continental LPP 3179).

3. Quando a Chuva Chegar is identical with Ângela Maria’s version on the album Quando A Noite VemÂngela Maria, Uma Voz Para Milhões (1961, Continental LPP 3.144).

You may compare these three version on my website here and here.

4. Ninguém Chora Por Mim is identical with Carlos José’s version on his 1960 album Carlos José Canta Para Você (1960, Continental LPP 3130).

Thus, this album is one of those to feature arrangements from other artist’s recordings, at least partly as Dó-Ré-Mi-Fafá Lemos (1961) by Fafá Lemos, Show by Pernambuco, Segredo para Dois (1963) by Radamés Gnattali, or even completely like Sambas (1961) and Sambas Nº 2 (1963) by Don Júnior (Héctor Costita) as well as Na Cadência do Samba (1963) by Aurino and Jorginho.

So thanks for this collector’s item. Maybe some other readers can help to identify even more songs.  

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Filigrana Sonora em Orgao Hammond (1960)

Odeon MOFB 3129

Contrary to the previously posted album by Steve Bernard, which was announced, this should be a surprise, as it is incredible to expect that another one of his, until recently on the net unpublished, LPs is brought to light.

Enjoy the melodic para dançar masterpiece consisting of:

01. Stéreo Rock (José Gringo)
02. Castigo (Dolores Duran)
03. Mon Oncle (F. Barcellini / H. Contet / J. C. Carriere)
04. Recado (H. Contet / J. C. Carrière)
05. Tua (Walter ”Gualtiero” Malgoni / Bruno Pallesi)
06. No Tabuleiro da Baiana (Ary Barroso)
07. Morena Boca de Ouro (Ary Barroso)
08. Till (Carl Sigman / Charles Danvers)
09. A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
10. All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn)
11. Tirando Faísca (J. Machado)
12. Rosa Maria (Dalsy Amaral)

ФИЛИГРАНСКА ЧИПКА МЕЛОДИЈА

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Filigrana Sonora em Orgao Hammond (1960)

Odeon MOFB 3129

Contrary to the previously posted album by Steve Bernard, which was announced, this should be a surprise, as it is incredible to expect that another one of his, until recently on the net unpublished, LPs is brought to light.

Enjoy the melodic para dançar masterpiece consisting of:

01. Stéreo Rock (José Gringo)
02. Castigo (Dolores Duran)
03. Mon Oncle (F. Barcellini / H. Contet / J. C. Carriere)
04. Recado (H. Contet / J. C. Carrière)
05. Tua (Walter ”Gualtiero” Malgoni / Bruno Pallesi)
06. No Tabuleiro da Baiana (Ary Barroso)
07. Morena Boca de Ouro (Ary Barroso)
08. Till (Carl Sigman / Charles Danvers)
09. A Felicidade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
10. All The Way (Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn)
11. Tirando Faísca (J. Machado)
12. Rosa Maria (Dalsy Amaral)

ФИЛИГРАНСКА ЧИПКА МЕЛОДИЈА

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Mosaico (1958)

Odeon MOCB 3029

After the previous appetiser-post, the main course should not come as a surprise.

Steve Bernard‘s Mosaico from 1958 also recorded for Odeon.

With:

01. O Apito no Samba (Luiz Bandeira / Luis Antônio)
02. Love Me Forever (Beverly Guthrie / Gary Lynes)
03. Cabuloso (Odette Ermelinda Pires)
04. Ouça (Maysa)
05. An Affair To Remember (Harry Warren / Harold Adamson / Leo McCarey)
06. Choro de Criança (Fats Elpidio)
07. Hora Staccato (Dinicu)
08. Gadu Namorando (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Ladislau P. da Silva)
09. Wild Is The Wind (Ned Washington / Dimitri Tiomkin)
10. Ay Cosita Linda (Pacho Galan)
11. Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
12. Por Quanto Tempo (Marino Pinto / Don Al Bibi)

ANOTHER STONE IN STEVE’S DISCOGRAPHY MOSAIC

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Mosaico (1958)

Odeon MOCB 3029

After the previous appetiser-post, the main course should not come as a surprise.

Steve Bernard‘s Mosaico from 1958 also recorded for Odeon.

With:

01. O Apito no Samba (Luiz Bandeira / Luis Antônio)
02. Love Me Forever (Beverly Guthrie / Gary Lynes)
03. Cabuloso (Odette Ermelinda Pires)
04. Ouça (Maysa)
05. An Affair To Remember (Harry Warren / Harold Adamson / Leo McCarey)
06. Choro de Criança (Fats Elpidio)
07. Hora Staccato (Dinicu)
08. Gadu Namorando (Alcyr Pires Vermelho / Ladislau P. da Silva)
09. Wild Is The Wind (Ned Washington / Dimitri Tiomkin)
10. Ay Cosita Linda (Pacho Galan)
11. Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Você (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
12. Por Quanto Tempo (Marino Pinto / Don Al Bibi)

ANOTHER STONE IN STEVE’S DISCOGRAPHY MOSAIC

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard – No Tempo do Onca – Compacto (N/D)

Odeon BWA-1009

A nice appetiser for what is supposed to jump out next out of the newest package sent by Pedro & 300discos

A compacto duplo by Steve Bernard, released for Odeon at a date unknown to me. What is known that these two medleys are not part of any of his career albums.

Both sides of the compacto:

1. Charleston
    Sweet Georgia Brown
    Margie
    I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
    Whisperning Ain’t She Sweet

2. Dardanella 
    Dinah
    Fascinating Rhythm
    Black Button
    It Had To Be You
    Charleston


FROM CHARLESTON TO CHARLESTON

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard – No Tempo do Onca – Compacto (N/D)

Odeon BWA-1009

A nice appetiser for what is supposed to jump out next out of the newest package sent by Pedro & 300discos

A compacto duplo by Steve Bernard, released for Odeon at a date unknown to me. What is known that these two medleys are not part of any of his career albums.

Both sides of the compacto:

1. Charleston
    Sweet Georgia Brown
    Margie
    I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
    Whisperning Ain’t She Sweet

2. Dardanella 
    Dinah
    Fascinating Rhythm
    Black Button
    It Had To Be You
    Charleston


FROM CHARLESTON TO CHARLESTON

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Sua Arte (1954)

Sinter SLP 1014

Straight out of my wish list: Steve Bernard‘s first career album, recorded back in 1954 on a 10’ LP.

Everything you wanted to know about Steve Bernard and his music, but were afraid to ask and more (up to ’54, of course) may be read on the back cover text written by  Jayme Negreiros.

The complete cast of musicians is:

Steve Bernard (Órgão)
Nestor Campos (Guitarra)
Hanestaldo Américo (Bateria)
Sylvio Vianna (Vibrafone, Maracas)
Raul Gagliardi (Contrabaixo)

The 8 compositions (as much as a 10′ usually has):

1. Blue Canary (Vic Florino)
2. Teus Olhos Entendem os Meus (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara)
3. Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
4. Stranger In Paradise (Robert Wright / George Forrest)
5. Corruira Saltitante (Lina Pesce)
6. La Petite Valse (Joe Heyne)
7. Eu Desejo (Henrique Hazan)
8. Tic-tac (Steve Bernard)

THE PLACE WHERE THERE IS USUALLY THE LINK

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Sua Arte (1954)

Sinter SLP 1014

Straight out of my wish list: Steve Bernard‘s first career album, recorded back in 1954 on a 10’ LP.

Everything you wanted to know about Steve Bernard and his music, but were afraid to ask and more (up to ’54, of course) may be read on the back cover text written by  Jayme Negreiros.

The complete cast of musicians is:

Steve Bernard (Órgão)
Nestor Campos (Guitarra)
Hanestaldo Américo (Bateria)
Sylvio Vianna (Vibrafone, Maracas)
Raul Gagliardi (Contrabaixo)

The 8 compositions (as much as a 10′ usually has):

1. Blue Canary (Vic Florino)
2. Teus Olhos Entendem os Meus (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara)
3. Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
4. Stranger In Paradise (Robert Wright / George Forrest)
5. Corruira Saltitante (Lina Pesce)
6. La Petite Valse (Joe Heyne)
7. Eu Desejo (Henrique Hazan)
8. Tic-tac (Steve Bernard)

THE PLACE WHERE THERE IS USUALLY THE LINK

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Valeria e Steve Bernard – Adam and Eve – Compacto Promo (1960)

Parallel Realities Studio PRS PR-003

A traveler through realities existing parallel to the one we consider as the only one, brought back a souvenir, a compacto promo sung by Valéria and Steve Bernard and sent it to me, unfortunately, without a cover, a problem easily solved by taking a short trip to another reality similar to the one he visited. There the cover was found, but I must confess that it seems very familiar to me.
So does the name of the traveller, Edson Mendes.

The composition is:

1. Adam & Eve (Рaul Anka)

GARDEN OF EDEN New link

Créditos: Edson Mendes from a parallel reality

Valeria e Steve Bernard – Adam and Eve – Compacto Promo (1960)

Parallel Realities Studio PRS PR-003

A traveler through realities existing parallel to the one we consider as the only one, brought back a souvenir, a compacto promo sung by Valéria and Steve Bernard and sent it to me, unfortunately, without a cover, a problem easily solved by taking a short trip to another reality similar to the one he visited. There the cover was found, but I must confess that it seems very familiar to me.
So does the name of the traveller, Edson Mendes.

The composition is:

1. Adam & Eve (Рaul Anka)

GARDEN OF EDEN New link

Créditos: Edson Mendes from a parallel reality

Steve Bernard, Solista de Orgao e Seus Ritmistas – Porque Brilham Teus Olhos (1957)

Fantasia/Philips SLP 1805

The other promised album by Steve Bernard out of the current package.

Instead of writing about this release, I will just point to the back cover text written by J. Cascata, as a text is worth more than a thousand words.

The list of musicians reveals which instrument is played by whom, but opens a new dilemma: Is Silvio Viana actually Sylvio Vianna?

Steve Bernard (Órgão)
Gagliard (Baixo)
Anestaldo Américo (Bateria)
Nestor Campos (Guitarra)
Silvio Viana (Ritmo)

Nothing questionable about the track listing, though:

01. Porque Brilham os Teus Olhos (Fernando César)
02. O Gênio da Marly (Silvio Viana)
03. Stranger In Paradise (Robert Wright / George Forrest)
04. Curruira Saltitante (Lina Pesce)
05. Tic-tac (Steve Bernard)
06. Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth)
07. Blue Canary (Vic Florino)
08. Teus Olhos Entendem os Meus (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara)
09. Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
10. La Petite Valse (Joe Heyne)
11. Pintassilgo Apaixonado (Lina Pesce)
12. Eu Desejo (Henrique Hazan)

FANTASIA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos
  
ABOUT IRMA ALVAREZ by Alberto:
Não posso deixar de ressaltar, que fiquei emocionado com a capa do mesmo, ao ver a foto da belíssima e talentosa atriz Irma Alvarez (já falecida), argentina de nascimento, mas brasileira de coração. Como ela era linda, no seu tempo de modelo e vedete, nos espetáculos do teatro de revista. Posteriormente, revelou-se uma atriz extraordinária e premiada, pelo seu desempenho no filme Porto das Caixas (1962) de Paulo César Saraceni, também, foi artista plástica nos seus últimos anos de vida, além, de ter sido sempre, uma mulher sensível, gentil, bem educada, enfim, um ser humano da melhor qualidade.

Steve Bernard, Solista de Orgao e Seus Ritmistas – Porque Brilham Teus Olhos (1957)

Fantasia/Philips SLP 1805

The other promised album by Steve Bernard out of the current package.

Instead of writing about this release, I will just point to the back cover text written by J. Cascata, as a text is worth more than a thousand words.

The list of musicians reveals which instrument is played by whom, but opens a new dilemma: Is Silvio Viana actually Sylvio Vianna?

Steve Bernard (Órgão)
Gagliard (Baixo)
Anestaldo Américo (Bateria)
Nestor Campos (Guitarra)
Silvio Viana (Ritmo)

Nothing questionable about the track listing, though:

01. Porque Brilham os Teus Olhos (Fernando César)
02. O Gênio da Marly (Silvio Viana)
03. Stranger In Paradise (Robert Wright / George Forrest)
04. Curruira Saltitante (Lina Pesce)
05. Tic-tac (Steve Bernard)
06. Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth)
07. Blue Canary (Vic Florino)
08. Teus Olhos Entendem os Meus (Haroldo Eiras / Victor Berbara)
09. Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth)
10. La Petite Valse (Joe Heyne)
11. Pintassilgo Apaixonado (Lina Pesce)
12. Eu Desejo (Henrique Hazan)

FANTASIA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos
  
ABOUT IRMA ALVAREZ by Alberto:
Não posso deixar de ressaltar, que fiquei emocionado com a capa do mesmo, ao ver a foto da belíssima e talentosa atriz Irma Alvarez (já falecida), argentina de nascimento, mas brasileira de coração. Como ela era linda, no seu tempo de modelo e vedete, nos espetáculos do teatro de revista. Posteriormente, revelou-se uma atriz extraordinária e premiada, pelo seu desempenho no filme Porto das Caixas (1962) de Paulo César Saraceni, também, foi artista plástica nos seus últimos anos de vida, além, de ter sido sempre, uma mulher sensível, gentil, bem educada, enfim, um ser humano da melhor qualidade.

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Soiree Intima (1957)

Odeon MOCB 3009

Incredible that Steve Bernard‘s career albums had (as far as I know) never been made available on net, untill recently Pedro & 300discos had the good idea to start sending them to us all.
The newest package, just rolling in as I write, contains even two, both released in 1957.

Here is the first one, quite self explaining by the front cover picture, additionaly stressed by the text Para Dançar, yet the back cover features a text by José Fernandes giving a review about the music in general and adds a few words about each track presented on this release.

No doubt: Suitable for an intimate party, or simply sophisticated hedonistic listening pleasure:

01. Concerto D’autunno (Camillo Bargoni / Danpa)
02. Atômico (Ray Fortuny)
03. Kalahuama (Humberto Teixeira)
04. Rouxinol Alegre (Tradicional) Música tradicional romena
05. Folha Morta (Ary Barroso)
06. Steve no Choro (Steve Bernard)
07. Almost Paradise (N. Petty)
08. Casa da Loló (Djalma Ferreira / José Bicalho)
09. Conceição (Jair Amorim / Valdemar de Abreu “Dunga”)
10. Transatlantic Mambo (J. Gringo)
11. Joga a Rede no Mar (Fernando César / Nazareno de Brito)
12. Se Acaso Você Chegasse (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)

PENTHOUSE AND GARDENS PARA DANÇAR

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Soiree Intima (1957)

Odeon MOCB 3009

Incredible that Steve Bernard‘s career albums had (as far as I know) never been made available on net, untill recently Pedro & 300discos had the good idea to start sending them to us all.
The newest package, just rolling in as I write, contains even two, both released in 1957.

Here is the first one, quite self explaining by the front cover picture, additionaly stressed by the text Para Dançar, yet the back cover features a text by José Fernandes giving a review about the music in general and adds a few words about each track presented on this release.

No doubt: Suitable for an intimate party, or simply sophisticated hedonistic listening pleasure:

01. Concerto D’autunno (Camillo Bargoni / Danpa)
02. Atômico (Ray Fortuny)
03. Kalahuama (Humberto Teixeira)
04. Rouxinol Alegre (Tradicional) Música tradicional romena
05. Folha Morta (Ary Barroso)
06. Steve no Choro (Steve Bernard)
07. Almost Paradise (N. Petty)
08. Casa da Loló (Djalma Ferreira / José Bicalho)
09. Conceição (Jair Amorim / Valdemar de Abreu “Dunga”)
10. Transatlantic Mambo (J. Gringo)
11. Joga a Rede no Mar (Fernando César / Nazareno de Brito)
12. Se Acaso Você Chegasse (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)

PENTHOUSE AND GARDENS PARA DANÇAR

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto Com Valeria e Joab – Ritmo Espetacular (1962)

RCA Victor BBL 1193

Steve Bernard‘s Ritmo Espetacular from ’62, after the shortest possible time that elapsed since I put it on my Santa Claus list, ready to be presented here as another courtesy of Pedro & 300discos.

Here we have Steve again with vocal soloists Valéria and Joab Teixeira in a rhythmical para dançar opus, suitably visually described on the front cover.

The back cover text written by Elmo Barros offers some additional facts about his career and life as well as a detail about Steve‘s nationality: Húngaro de nascimento e cosmopolita de espírito.

The compositions, perfect for dance and listening pleasure:

01. Roda de Samba (Edgardo Luis / Álvaro Franco) com Joab
02. Sombras de Amor (Reginaldo Bessa / Steve Bernard) com Valéria
03. Bailalo Chiquita (L. Reco / E. Kermont / D. Gallego) com Joab
04. Menino Não Chora (Don Al Bibi) com Joab
05. Moeda Quebrada (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa) com Valéria
06. The Peppermint Twist (J. Dee / H. Clover) com Joab
07. Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis) com Joab
08. O Menino Desce o Morro (Vera Brasil / De Rosa) com Valéria
09. Ya Ya (Robinson) com Joab
10. Nós E O Mar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
11. The Man With The Golden Arm (Elmer Bernstein / Sylvia Fine)
12. Tema de Samba (Steve Bernard / Reginaldo Bessa) com Valéria

MOULIN ROUGE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT STEVE BERNARD by Reginaldo Bessa (sent via Facebook to Frank-Oliver):
Hello, Frank.
Steve Bernard was a Hungarian, who came to Brazil in the time of the Second World War. He was a Jew. Valeria was Brazilian. The two are dead. He was pianist and leader of the band. She was the regular singer.
Marvelllous!!!! I”ve not this album.Yes, it was my first step in music.
Thanks a lot.

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto Com Valeria e Joab – Ritmo Espetacular (1962)

RCA Victor BBL 1193

Steve Bernard‘s Ritmo Espetacular from ’62, after the shortest possible time that elapsed since I put it on my Santa Claus list, ready to be presented here as another courtesy of Pedro & 300discos.

Here we have Steve again with vocal soloists Valéria and Joab Teixeira in a rhythmical para dançar opus, suitably visually described on the front cover.

The back cover text written by Elmo Barros offers some additional facts about his career and life as well as a detail about Steve‘s nationality: Húngaro de nascimento e cosmopolita de espírito.

The compositions, perfect for dance and listening pleasure:

01. Roda de Samba (Edgardo Luis / Álvaro Franco) com Joab
02. Sombras de Amor (Reginaldo Bessa / Steve Bernard) com Valéria
03. Bailalo Chiquita (L. Reco / E. Kermont / D. Gallego) com Joab
04. Menino Não Chora (Don Al Bibi) com Joab
05. Moeda Quebrada (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa) com Valéria
06. The Peppermint Twist (J. Dee / H. Clover) com Joab
07. Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis) com Joab
08. O Menino Desce o Morro (Vera Brasil / De Rosa) com Valéria
09. Ya Ya (Robinson) com Joab
10. Nós E O Mar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
11. The Man With The Golden Arm (Elmer Bernstein / Sylvia Fine)
12. Tema de Samba (Steve Bernard / Reginaldo Bessa) com Valéria

MOULIN ROUGE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT STEVE BERNARD by Reginaldo Bessa (sent via Facebook to Frank-Oliver):
Hello, Frank.
Steve Bernard was a Hungarian, who came to Brazil in the time of the Second World War. He was a Jew. Valeria was Brazilian. The two are dead. He was pianist and leader of the band. She was the regular singer.
Marvelllous!!!! I”ve not this album.Yes, it was my first step in music.
Thanks a lot.

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Dancando com Steve Bernard (1957)

Polydor LPNG 4009

Although I planned to post this album by Steve Bernard as the first out of the arriving package sent to us by Pedro & 300discos, the transfer to my PC got interrupted several times on this particular file, so I am doing it now, as I have finally managed to finish it.

The great but until recently from my view almost completely hidden organ player and bandleader, whose whole discography I have greedily added to my wish list, with his para dançar Dançando from 1957 performing:

01. Carrapicho (Humberto Teixeira)
02. Fracassos de Amor (Tito Madi / Milton Silva)
03. Calypso (High Society) (Cole Porter)
04. Vai e Vem (Luiz Bandeira)
05. My Prayer (Mi Oración) (Georges Boulanger)
06. Sururú na Lapa (João Leal Brito ”Britinho” / Fats Elpidio)
07. Choro Nº 2 (Nestor Campos)
08. Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) (Irving Burgie / William Attaway)
09. Carinhoso (Pixinguinha / João de Barro)
10. Horas Esquecidas (Fernando César / Nazareno de Brito)
11. Around The World (Victor Young / Harold Adamson)
12. Coquetel na Mesbla (Steve Bernard)

P.S. The text on the back cover, signed with H. G. provides additional information about every song played.

HIGH SOCIETY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard e Seu Conjunto – Dancando com Steve Bernard (1957)

Polydor LPNG 4009

Although I planned to post this album by Steve Bernard as the first out of the arriving package sent to us by Pedro & 300discos, the transfer to my PC got interrupted several times on this particular file, so I am doing it now, as I have finally managed to finish it.

The great but until recently from my view almost completely hidden organ player and bandleader, whose whole discography I have greedily added to my wish list, with his para dançar Dançando from 1957 performing:

01. Carrapicho (Humberto Teixeira)
02. Fracassos de Amor (Tito Madi / Milton Silva)
03. Calypso (High Society) (Cole Porter)
04. Vai e Vem (Luiz Bandeira)
05. My Prayer (Mi Oración) (Georges Boulanger)
06. Sururú na Lapa (João Leal Brito ”Britinho” / Fats Elpidio)
07. Choro Nº 2 (Nestor Campos)
08. Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) (Irving Burgie / William Attaway)
09. Carinhoso (Pixinguinha / João de Barro)
10. Horas Esquecidas (Fernando César / Nazareno de Brito)
11. Around The World (Victor Young / Harold Adamson)
12. Coquetel na Mesbla (Steve Bernard)

P.S. The text on the back cover, signed with H. G. provides additional information about every song played.

HIGH SOCIETY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Steve Bernard com Orquestra e Coro – Top Hit Party (1960)

Continental LPP 3108

Steve Bernard has been presented in this reality on two compilation albums of the Discoteque Dancante series, but although he has recorded at least 12 career albums, this is his first career album presented here.

A short text under one of these two compilations, written by our friend Frank-Oliver, reveals that Steve was born 1915 in Romania, lived in Vienna and finally emigrated to Brazil. It also raises a strong suspicion about his name, as, although the Romanian border is less than 100 km away from Belgrade, I have never met or heard about a Romanian with even a similar name.

Frank-Oliver pointed out the fact that on Steve Bernard‘s album Ritmo Espetacular an interesting lady with the name of Valéria is singing, an information that also moved Steve‘s discography into the focus of my interest (incredible, but there it is).

An additional enquiery shows that Valéria is singing on at least three of his albums, among them on this one presented today.

Now, finaly, after listening to Top Hit Party, I am able to say:

She is interesting indeed, Frank!

01. Like Young (André Previn)
02. Conversa da Madrugada (Nazareno de Brito / Ribamar) com Valéria
03. Carinho e Amor (Tito Madi)
04. Talk To Me (E. Snycer / S. Kahan / R. Valles) com Valéria
05. Eu Não Tenho Onde Morar (Dorival Caymmi) com Joab Teixeira
06. Marina (Rocco Granata)
07. O Samba É Bom Assim (Norival Reis / Hélio Nascimento)
08. Menina Moça (Luis Antônio) com Valéria
09. Small World (Jule Styne / Stephen Sondheim)
10. The Blob (M. David / Burt Bacharach)
11. Um Chorinho Pra Você (Severino Araújo)
12. That Old Black Magic (Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer) com Joab Teixeira, Steve Bernard e Valéria

Besides Frank-Oliver‘s text, you may also read the linear notes on the back cover written by Silvio Tulio Cardoso.

OH, VALÉRIA…

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

STEVE’S REAL NAME + A QUESTION by Bossanov:
According to great Dicionario Cravo Albin da MPB real name of Steve Bernard is Stephen Bernhardt.
Is this Valéria also singer on great G/9 LP “Brazil Now!” with Dom Salvador and Wilson das Neves?

Steve Bernard com Orquestra e Coro – Top Hit Party (1960)

Continental LPP 3108

Steve Bernard has been presented in this reality on two compilation albums of the Discoteque Dancante series, but although he has recorded at least 12 career albums, this is his first career album presented here.

A short text under one of these two compilations, written by our friend Frank-Oliver, reveals that Steve was born 1915 in Romania, lived in Vienna and finally emigrated to Brazil. It also raises a strong suspicion about his name, as, although the Romanian border is less than 100 km away from Belgrade, I have never met or heard about a Romanian with even a similar name.

Frank-Oliver pointed out the fact that on Steve Bernard‘s album Ritmo Espetacular an interesting lady with the name of Valéria is singing, an information that also moved Steve‘s discography into the focus of my interest (incredible, but there it is).

An additional enquiery shows that Valéria is singing on at least three of his albums, among them on this one presented today.

Now, finaly, after listening to Top Hit Party, I am able to say:

She is interesting indeed, Frank!

01. Like Young (André Previn)
02. Conversa da Madrugada (Nazareno de Brito / Ribamar) com Valéria
03. Carinho e Amor (Tito Madi)
04. Talk To Me (E. Snycer / S. Kahan / R. Valles) com Valéria
05. Eu Não Tenho Onde Morar (Dorival Caymmi) com Joab Teixeira
06. Marina (Rocco Granata)
07. O Samba É Bom Assim (Norival Reis / Hélio Nascimento)
08. Menina Moça (Luis Antônio) com Valéria
09. Small World (Jule Styne / Stephen Sondheim)
10. The Blob (M. David / Burt Bacharach)
11. Um Chorinho Pra Você (Severino Araújo)
12. That Old Black Magic (Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer) com Joab Teixeira, Steve Bernard e Valéria

Besides Frank-Oliver‘s text, you may also read the linear notes on the back cover written by Silvio Tulio Cardoso.

OH, VALÉRIA…

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

STEVE’S REAL NAME + A QUESTION by Bossanov:
According to great Dicionario Cravo Albin da MPB real name of Steve Bernard is Stephen Bernhardt.
Is this Valéria also singer on great G/9 LP “Brazil Now!” with Dom Salvador and Wilson das Neves?

Discoteca Dancante No 3 (1965)

Fantasia/Philips FLP 2012

The third album of the series and the fourth to be posted here out of 5, so far identified as existing.

The compositions, the composers and the performers are:

01. Stella By Starlight (N. Washington / V. Young) Sandoval Dias
02. Palhaçada (H. Barbosa ‘ L.Reis) Luis Reis
03. Siete Notas de Amor (Santiago C. Alvarado) Chiquinho e Sua Orquestra
04. Sentimental Journey (Brown / Homer /Green) Alberto Mota e Seu Conjunto
05. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira / João de Barro) Steve Bernard
06. Cachito (C. Velasquez) Sexteto Plaza
07. Hey There (Adler Ross) Boneca e Sua Orquestra
08. Chega de Saudade (A. C. Jobim / V. de Morais) Sandoval Dias
09. Nossos Momentos (H. Barbosa / L. Reis) Trio Odemira
10. Cuando Calienta El Sol (C. Rigual / M. Rigual) Sandoval Dias
11. Adeus América (Geraldo Jacques / Haroldo Barbosa) Luis Reis
12. Aquellos Ojos Verdes (N. Nenendez) Alberto Mota e Seu Conjunto
13. Stormy Weather (Arlen / Khoeler) Boneca e Sua Orquestra
14. Mocinho Bonito (Billy Blanco) Sexteto Plaza
15. Acercate Más (O. Farres) Sandoval Dias
16. Apito No Samba (Luiz Bandeira) Chiquinho e Sua Orquestra
17. Greenfields (Gilkson / Dehr / Miller / Vrs. de R. Nunes) Trio Odemira
18. Tarde Fria (Poly / Henrique Lobo) Steve Bernard

HEY THERE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT STEVE BERNARD by Frank-Oliver:
Steve Bernard was born in Romania in 1915 and came to Brazil after living in Vienna.  
Memoria Musical lists 12 albums for Steve Bernard e seu Conjunto from 1954 to 1962.on Odeon, Sinter, Philips, Continental, RCA.
Especially Ritmo Espetacular from 1962 (RCA) seems very interesting with a singer called Valeria.

Discoteca Dancante No 3 (1965)

Fantasia/Philips FLP 2012

The third album of the series and the fourth to be posted here out of 5, so far identified as existing.

The compositions, the composers and the performers are:

01. Stella By Starlight (N. Washington / V. Young) Sandoval Dias
02. Palhaçada (H. Barbosa ‘ L.Reis) Luis Reis
03. Siete Notas de Amor (Santiago C. Alvarado) Chiquinho e Sua Orquestra
04. Sentimental Journey (Brown / Homer /Green) Alberto Mota e Seu Conjunto
05. Samba Que Eu Quero Ver (Djalma Ferreira / João de Barro) Steve Bernard
06. Cachito (C. Velasquez) Sexteto Plaza
07. Hey There (Adler Ross) Boneca e Sua Orquestra
08. Chega de Saudade (A. C. Jobim / V. de Morais) Sandoval Dias
09. Nossos Momentos (H. Barbosa / L. Reis) Trio Odemira
10. Cuando Calienta El Sol (C. Rigual / M. Rigual) Sandoval Dias
11. Adeus América (Geraldo Jacques / Haroldo Barbosa) Luis Reis
12. Aquellos Ojos Verdes (N. Nenendez) Alberto Mota e Seu Conjunto
13. Stormy Weather (Arlen / Khoeler) Boneca e Sua Orquestra
14. Mocinho Bonito (Billy Blanco) Sexteto Plaza
15. Acercate Más (O. Farres) Sandoval Dias
16. Apito No Samba (Luiz Bandeira) Chiquinho e Sua Orquestra
17. Greenfields (Gilkson / Dehr / Miller / Vrs. de R. Nunes) Trio Odemira
18. Tarde Fria (Poly / Henrique Lobo) Steve Bernard

HEY THERE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT STEVE BERNARD by Frank-Oliver:
Steve Bernard was born in Romania in 1915 and came to Brazil after living in Vienna.  
Memoria Musical lists 12 albums for Steve Bernard e seu Conjunto from 1954 to 1962.on Odeon, Sinter, Philips, Continental, RCA.
Especially Ritmo Espetacular from 1962 (RCA) seems very interesting with a singer called Valeria.

Discoteca Dancante No 1 (1965)

Fantasia/Philips FLP 2000

Dancing showcase by Fantasia/Philips for 1965.

The second part of this album: Discoteca dancante No 2 (Fantasia FLP-2008) can be found in another reality.

Quite a prominent selection of artists performing for your dancing pleasure:

01. Legata A Un Granello Di Sabbia (Fermo Dante Marchetti / Nico Fidenco) Sandoval Dias
02. Amen Twist (yea-a-men) (Roger Segure / Bill Hardy / Vic Schoen) Gallo
03. Ave Maria Lola (Sergio Gonzalez Siaba) Don Pepito
04. Carrapicho (Humberto Teixeira) Steve Bernard
05. Fita Amarela (Noel Rosa) Papudinho
06. Multiplication (Bobby Darin) Carlos Piper
07. Tonight (Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim) Sandoval Dias
08. Vou Fazer Um Samba (Evaldo Gouveia / Almeida Rego) Gaúcho
09. Tender Is The Night (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain) Sandoval Dias
10. The Exodus Song (Ernest Gold / Pat Boone) Sandoval Dias
11. Na Cadência do Samba (Luiz Bandeira) Gallo
12. Tequila (Chuck Rio) Don Pepito
13. Around The World (Victor Young / Harold Adamson) Steve Bernard
14. Não Me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luis Soberano / João Correia da Silva) Papudinho
15. L’arlequin de Tolède (Hubert Giraud / Jean Drejac) Carlos Piper
16. The Green Leaves Of Summer (Paul Francis Webster / Dimitri Tiomkin) Sandoval Dias
17. Cheiro de Saudade (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio) Gaúcho

PARTY CHOICE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Discoteca Dancante No 1 (1965)

Fantasia/Philips FLP 2000

Dancing showcase by Fantasia/Philips for 1965.

The second part of this album: Discoteca dancante No 2 (Fantasia FLP-2008) can be found in another reality.

Quite a prominent selection of artists performing for your dancing pleasure:

01. Legata A Un Granello Di Sabbia (Fermo Dante Marchetti / Nico Fidenco) Sandoval Dias
02. Amen Twist (yea-a-men) (Roger Segure / Bill Hardy / Vic Schoen) Gallo
03. Ave Maria Lola (Sergio Gonzalez Siaba) Don Pepito
04. Carrapicho (Humberto Teixeira) Steve Bernard
05. Fita Amarela (Noel Rosa) Papudinho
06. Multiplication (Bobby Darin) Carlos Piper
07. Tonight (Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim) Sandoval Dias
08. Vou Fazer Um Samba (Evaldo Gouveia / Almeida Rego) Gaúcho
09. Tender Is The Night (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain) Sandoval Dias
10. The Exodus Song (Ernest Gold / Pat Boone) Sandoval Dias
11. Na Cadência do Samba (Luiz Bandeira) Gallo
12. Tequila (Chuck Rio) Don Pepito
13. Around The World (Victor Young / Harold Adamson) Steve Bernard
14. Não Me Diga Adeus (Paquito / Luis Soberano / João Correia da Silva) Papudinho
15. L’arlequin de Tolède (Hubert Giraud / Jean Drejac) Carlos Piper
16. The Green Leaves Of Summer (Paul Francis Webster / Dimitri Tiomkin) Sandoval Dias
17. Cheiro de Saudade (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio) Gaúcho

PARTY CHOICE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos