Ubirajara Silva – Um Bandoneon dentro da Noite (1964)

RGE XRLP 5252

The third album by Ubirajara Silva out of the latest package received from Pedro & 300discos presents Ubirajara playing bandoneon instead of solovox,
accompanied by an uncredited orchestra.

If you want to hear how it all sounds, listen to:

01. Una Lagrima Tuya (Mariano Mores / H. Manzi)
02. Percal (Homero Expósito / Domingo Federico)
03. Cristal (Mariano Mores / José Maria Contursi)
04. Tristeza Marina (H. Sanguinete / R. Flores / J. Damos)
05. Canción Desesperada (Enrique Santos Discépolo)
06. Confesión (Enrique Santos Discépolo / Luis César Amadori)
07. Adios Pampa Mia (Francisco Canaro / Mariano Mores / Ivo Pelay)
08. Quiero Verte Una Vez Mas (José Maria Contursi / Mário Canaro)
09. Nostalgiass (Juan Carlos Cobián / Enrique Cadícamo)
10. Siempre Es Carnaval (O. Fresedo / E. Fresedo)
11. Caminito (Gabino Coria Peñaloza / Juan de Dios Filiberto)
12. Uno (Mariano Mores / Enrique Santos Discépolo)

ACOMPANHAMENTO DE ORQUESTRA E CORAL

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

FATHER by Mr Memory:
O bandoneonista Ubirajara Silva era pai do cantor e compositor Taiguara.

Ubirajara Silva – Solamente Sucessos (1964)

RGE XRLP 5247

Ubirajare Silva with orchestra. Arrangements and direction is by  Hector Lagna Fietta.

Enjoy Ubijaraja‘s golden solovox sounds on:

01. Rhythm Of The Rain (John Grummoe)
02. La Bamba (Tradicional)
03. Dominique (Soeur Sourire)
04. Blue Star (Victor Young / Edward Heyman)
05. Cara de Pau (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
06. Bigorrilho (Sebastião Gomes / Paquito / Romeu Gentil)
07. Maria Elena (Lorenzo Barcelata)
08. Encadenados (Carlos Arturo Briz)
09. Vola Colomba (Carlo Concina / Bruno Cherubini)
10. Sabrá Dios (Álvaro Carrillo)
11. Mona Lisa (Jay Livingston / Ray Evans)
12. Io Che Amo Solo Te (Sergio Endrigo)

RHYTHM OF THE RAIN

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Ubirajara Silva – Solovox de Ouro Vol.3 (1963)

RGE XRLP 5220

Ubirajara Silva, this time accompanied by the Orquestra Metais Dourados under the direction and with arrangements by Maestro Waldemiro Lemke.

The golden solovox renditions of:

01. Legata A Un Granello Di Sabbia (Fermo Dante Marchetti / Nico Fidenco)
02. Afrikaan Beat (Bert Kaempfert)
03. Modelle In Blue (Nino Oliviero / Riz Ortolani)
04. Blame It On The Bossa Nova (Cynthia Weil / Barry Mann)
05. Distância (Raul Sampaio / Benil Santos)
06. Uno Per Tutte (Tony Renis / Mogol / Alberto Testa)
07. Sukiyaki (Hachidai Nakamura / Rokusuke Ei)
08. Tutta La Gente (Bloksteiner / Gigante / N. Fidenco)
09. Tudo de Mim (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
10. El Relicario (José Padilla)
11. Esta Noite Eu Queria Que O Mundo Acabasse (Silvio Lima)
12. Sonhar Contigo (Adilson Ramos / Armelindo Leandro)

MODELLE IN BLUE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Ubirajara Silva – Dancando O Baiao – Vol.1 (1955)

Musidisc DL-1008

Solo accordion playing by Ubirajara Silva on his first career album (a 10′ actually). Another one of his, at least ten, career albums: Solovox de Ouro from 1963, you may find in another parallel reality.

The Baiãos: 

1. Nheco-nheco (Glaciliano da Silva)
2. Eh Moçada (Glaciliano da Silva)
3. Quero Quero (Glaciliano da Silva)
4. Puxa Vida (Glaciliano da Silva)
5. Gargalhada (Ubirajara Silva)
6. Saudades Dela (Ubirajara Silva)
7. Apertadinho (Ubirajara Silva)
8. Araguari (Ubirajara Silva)

ARAGUARI, MINAS GERAIS

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Convite Para Dancar (1956)

Musidisc X-5005

A self explaining 1956 promo album by Musidisc containing a selection of songs by their featured artists.

Para dançar:

01. Caravan (Duke Ellington / Irving Mills / Juan Tizol) Trio Harmônico
02. Prenda Minha (Tradicional) Ubirajara Silva
03. Ay Ay Ay (Osman Perez Freire) Trio Surdina
04. Musette Vienense (M. D. Anella) Trio Harmônico
05. Linda Flor (Ai Ioiô) (Henrique Vogeler / Luis Peixoto / Marques Porto) Rud Wharton
06. Meu Sonho (Luiz Bonfá) João Leal Brito ”Britinho’
      Me Leva (Hervé Cordovil / Rochinha) João Leal Brito ”Britinho’
07. Carioca (Vincent Youmans / Gus Kahn / Edward Eliscu) Trio Harmônico
08. André de Sapato Novo (André Victor Correia) João Leal Brito ”Britinho”
09. Dinamite (J. Tielsman) Trio Harmônico
10. Canto Karabali (Ernesto Lecuona) Trio Surdina
11. Pretend (Lew Douglas / Cliff Parman / Frank Lavere) Rud Wharton
12. Santa Luzia (Luiz Bandeira) As Três Marias / João Leal Brito ”Britinho”

MUSIDISC’S SHOWROOM

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

P.S. Never heard of Rud Wharton before. Unfortunately Musidisc is notorious for lack of information about the musicians performing, but looks like, judging by the titles of some of his career albums found listed elsewhere, he is a piano player. His discography spans from 1947 to 1956. All of his 9 career albums have been released in 1955 and 1956.