Tony Vestane – Romance e Balanco (1963)

EP Musidisc LPM 12014

Looks like Toni Vestane (or Tony Vestane, as his name is written on the cover) has more up his sleeve than expected:

Like this unlisted EP, just received from Edson Mendes, containing, besides the standard four tracks, also a bonus one, included by Edsom from Ribamar & Zitto Righi‘s 1962 LP by Musidisc.

That album by Ribamar and Zito is an all time favorite at my place, but I never checked who exactly is singing on Ai de mim

On this EP there is no dilemma who is singing these compositions:

01. Depois do carnaval (Paulo Silvino / Wilson Tirapelli) 
02. Deixa a nega gingar (Luiz Claudio) 
03. Toma lá, dá cá (Toni Vestane) 
04. Nós e o mar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) 

05. Ai de mim (bonus track) (Capiba)

UNEXPECTED APPEARANCE OF THE EP

Créditos: Edson Mendes

JUST FOR THE RECORDS by Brazilliance:
This recording of “Toma Lá Dá Cá” was first issued in 1961 as track # 10 on Zito Righi‘s album “O Sax de Ouro” which also featured guest vocals by Francineth, Silvio Cézar and Pedrinho Rodrigues.

It’s a pity that Toni Vestane engaged himself more in producing other artists music than making a few more records of his own.

Tony Vestane – Romance e Balanco (1963)

EP Musidisc LPM 12014

Looks like Toni Vestane (or Tony Vestane, as his name is written on the cover) has more up his sleeve than expected:

Like this unlisted EP, just received from Edson Mendes, containing, besides the standard four tracks, also a bonus one, included by Edsom from Ribamar & Zitto Righi‘s 1962 LP by Musidisc.

That album by Ribamar and Zito is an all time favorite at my place, but I never checked who exactly is singing on Ai de mim

On this EP there is no dilemma who is singing these compositions:

01. Depois do carnaval (Paulo Silvino / Wilson Tirapelli) 
02. Deixa a nega gingar (Luiz Claudio) 
03. Toma lá, dá cá (Toni Vestane) 
04. Nós e o mar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) 

05. Ai de mim (bonus track) (Capiba)

UNEXPECTED APPEARANCE OF THE EP

Créditos: Edson Mendes

JUST FOR THE RECORDS by Brazilliance:
This recording of “Toma Lá Dá Cá” was first issued in 1961 as track # 10 on Zito Righi‘s album “O Sax de Ouro” which also featured guest vocals by Francineth, Silvio Cézar and Pedrinho Rodrigues.

It’s a pity that Toni Vestane engaged himself more in producing other artists music than making a few more records of his own.