Tasso Bangel e Seus Gauchos – Baile de Brotos (1958)

Columbia LPCB 37018

Tasso Bangel, presented today for the first time here with his only (?) career album, has been involved in creating vocal arrangements for the Conjunto Farroupila. Also he and his Gaúchos have played on various Farroupila albums.

The first impression from looking at the front cover is that it must be a Jovem Guarda project. But after finding out that it was released in 1958 and listening to it, it becomes clear that the word Broto, which became so popular a decade later, is merely a coincidence.

More about Tasso and his Gaúchos you may read on the linear notes signed with “Todos Nós“, whoever it might refer to.

The six medleys are lined up as:

1. Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Rio É Amor (Bruno Marnet)
    Exaltação à Bahia (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia)
2. Charmaine (Erno Rapee / Lew Pollack)
    Stella By Starlight (Ned Washington / Victor Young)
    Lullaby Of Birdland (George Shearing / B. Y. Forster)
3. Port-au-prince (B. Wayne)
    Que Mentirosa (Hilario Ariza)
    Kleine Chá-chá-chá Señorita (Bradtke / Halletz)
4. Sorriu Para Mim (Garoto / Luiz Cláudio (1))
    Lá Vem A Baiana (Dorival Caymmi)
    Faceira (Ary Barroso)
5. C’est Magnifique (Cole Porter)
    I Love Paris (Cole Porter)
    What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
6. Poinciana (Nat Simon / Buddy Bernier)
    Two Silhouettes (Wolcott / Gilbert)
    Speak Low (Kurt Weill / Ogden Nash)

PORT-AU-PRINCE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Tasso Bangel e Seus Gauchos – Baile de Brotos (1958)

Columbia LPCB 37018

Tasso Bangel, presented today for the first time here with his only (?) career album, has been involved in creating vocal arrangements for the Conjunto Farroupila. Also he and his Gaúchos have played on various Farroupila albums.

The first impression from looking at the front cover is that it must be a Jovem Guarda project. But after finding out that it was released in 1958 and listening to it, it becomes clear that the word Broto, which became so popular a decade later, is merely a coincidence.

More about Tasso and his Gaúchos you may read on the linear notes signed with “Todos Nós“, whoever it might refer to.

The six medleys are lined up as:

1. Copacabana (João de Barro / Alberto Ribeiro)
    Rio É Amor (Bruno Marnet)
    Exaltação à Bahia (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia)
2. Charmaine (Erno Rapee / Lew Pollack)
    Stella By Starlight (Ned Washington / Victor Young)
    Lullaby Of Birdland (George Shearing / B. Y. Forster)
3. Port-au-prince (B. Wayne)
    Que Mentirosa (Hilario Ariza)
    Kleine Chá-chá-chá Señorita (Bradtke / Halletz)
4. Sorriu Para Mim (Garoto / Luiz Cláudio (1))
    Lá Vem A Baiana (Dorival Caymmi)
    Faceira (Ary Barroso)
5. C’est Magnifique (Cole Porter)
    I Love Paris (Cole Porter)
    What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
6. Poinciana (Nat Simon / Buddy Bernier)
    Two Silhouettes (Wolcott / Gilbert)
    Speak Low (Kurt Weill / Ogden Nash)

PORT-AU-PRINCE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos