D’Angelo – Orgao – Conjunto – Esta Tudo Ai

Atonal AT 30.002

Piano and organ player D’Ângelo whose two albums were posted on Loronix a long time ago (unfortunately without much information) is presented here with his, as far as I know, never before on the net presented album whose back cover shows at least the names of the members of his conjunto, accompanied by absolutely nothing revealing linear notes signed with Eugenio Colin.

D’Ângelo – Órgão e piano
Wilson – Piston
Sergio – Guitarra
Edison – Contra baixo
Zézinho – Bateria
Negrão e Arlindo – Ritmistas
Norberto, Marcos e Nilton – Cantores

are performing:

01. Tá Tudo Aí (Luiz Bandeira)
02. Tu Mi Delirio (Cesar Portillo de La Luz)
03. Alvorado (Vica Giffoni)
04. Si Fa Sera (Amurri / De Martino)
05. Na Paz do Seu Olhar (João Mello)
06. Breakfast At Tiffany’s (Henry Mancini)
07. Somewhere My Love (Tema de Lara) (Maurice Jarre)
08. Bem Melhor (Marcos Moran)
09. Moment To Moment (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer)
10. Apelo (Vinicius de Moraes / Baden Powell)
11. Mamãe Passou Açúcar Em Mim (Carlos Imperial)
12. Una Casa Sobre O Mundo (Pino Donaggio / Vito Pallavicini)

WITH ZÉZINHO!!!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

D’Angelo – Orgao – Conjunto – Esta Tudo Ai

Atonal AT 30.002

Piano and organ player D’Ângelo whose two albums were posted on Loronix a long time ago (unfortunately without much information) is presented here with his, as far as I know, never before on the net presented album whose back cover shows at least the names of the members of his conjunto, accompanied by absolutely nothing revealing linear notes signed with Eugenio Colin.

D’Ângelo – Órgão e piano
Wilson – Piston
Sergio – Guitarra
Edison – Contra baixo
Zézinho – Bateria
Negrão e Arlindo – Ritmistas
Norberto, Marcos e Nilton – Cantores

are performing:

01. Tá Tudo Aí (Luiz Bandeira)
02. Tu Mi Delirio (Cesar Portillo de La Luz)
03. Alvorado (Vica Giffoni)
04. Si Fa Sera (Amurri / De Martino)
05. Na Paz do Seu Olhar (João Mello)
06. Breakfast At Tiffany’s (Henry Mancini)
07. Somewhere My Love (Tema de Lara) (Maurice Jarre)
08. Bem Melhor (Marcos Moran)
09. Moment To Moment (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer)
10. Apelo (Vinicius de Moraes / Baden Powell)
11. Mamãe Passou Açúcar Em Mim (Carlos Imperial)
12. Una Casa Sobre O Mundo (Pino Donaggio / Vito Pallavicini)

WITH ZÉZINHO!!!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Festa Em Casa – Sucessos Dançantes com Zaccarias e Sua Orquestra (1960)

RCA Victor BBL 1078

Paulo Moura, Aurino, Wilson, Orfeu e Bijou – Saxofones
Hamilton, Maurílio, Barrica e Clelio – Pistons
Nelsinho, Macaxeira, Norato e Leocadio – Trombones
Baden Powell – Guitarra
Fats Elpídio – Piano
Marinho – Contrabaixo
Plinio – Bateria
Barão e Gilberto – Percussão

01. Se Acaso Você Chegasse (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)
02. Tu Hás de Pensar Em Mim (Waldir Machado)
03. Mack The Knife (Moritat) (Kurt Weill / Bertold Brecht)
04. A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
05. Índia (José Asunción Flores / Manuel Ortiz Guerrero)
06. Quem É (Osmar Navarro / Oldemar Magalhães)
07. Argumento (Adelino Moreira)
08. Hymne a L’amour (Edith Piaf / Marguerite Monnot)
09. Marina (Rocco Granata)
10. O (Mario de Jesus)
11. It Gives Me The Chilss (Breedlove / Samuels)
12. E Daí (Miguel Gustavo)

THE PARTY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Festa Em Casa – Sucessos Dançantes com Zaccarias e Sua Orquestra (1960)

RCA Victor BBL 1078

Paulo Moura, Aurino, Wilson, Orfeu e Bijou – Saxofones
Hamilton, Maurílio, Barrica e Clelio – Pistons
Nelsinho, Macaxeira, Norato e Leocadio – Trombones
Baden Powell – Guitarra
Fats Elpídio – Piano
Marinho – Contrabaixo
Plinio – Bateria
Barão e Gilberto – Percussão

01. Se Acaso Você Chegasse (Lupicínio Rodrigues / Felisberto Martins)
02. Tu Hás de Pensar Em Mim (Waldir Machado)
03. Mack The Knife (Moritat) (Kurt Weill / Bertold Brecht)
04. A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
05. Índia (José Asunción Flores / Manuel Ortiz Guerrero)
06. Quem É (Osmar Navarro / Oldemar Magalhães)
07. Argumento (Adelino Moreira)
08. Hymne a L’amour (Edith Piaf / Marguerite Monnot)
09. Marina (Rocco Granata)
10. O (Mario de Jesus)
11. It Gives Me The Chilss (Breedlove / Samuels)
12. E Daí (Miguel Gustavo)

THE PARTY

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Moacyr Marques – 4 Sucessos (Compacto Duplo) (1960)

Tiger EP-TR-501

If I have understood the back cover text correctly, this should be Moacyr Marques‘ first recording.

The back cover of this unlisted rarity credits the whole formation of musicians participating:

Moacyr Marques – Sax-Tenôr
Zequinha Marinho – Piano
GabrieL – Basso
Wilson – Batteria
Pernambuco do Pandeiro e Pedro dos Santos – Ritmo

Also the 4 tracks (not included in any of his albums, as far as I know):

1. Menina Moça (Luiz Antonio)
2. Alguém Me Disse (Jair Armorim / Evaldo Gouvêia)
3. Me Leva (José Garcia / Anisio Silva / Silas de Oliveira)
4. Idéias Erradas (Dolores Duran / Ribamar)

MOACYR’S FIRST RECORDING

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

GUESS by Bossanov:
I think, Wilson is Wilson Das Neves, taking part at Jazz & Bossa-Nova on Tiger. May be Gabriel be Gabriel Bezerra de Mello?

DATE OF RECORDING APPROXIMATION by Frank-Oliver:
It seems this EP came before the Tiger LP, so the date is 1959 / 1960.

UPDATED EXPIRED LINKS by Milan Filipović:
I have updated the links in another reality to those albums by Moacyr Marques that could be re-uploaded.

Moacyr Marques – 4 Sucessos (Compacto Duplo) (1960)

Tiger EP-TR-501

If I have understood the back cover text correctly, this should be Moacyr Marques‘ first recording.

The back cover of this unlisted rarity credits the whole formation of musicians participating:

Moacyr Marques – Sax-Tenôr
Zequinha Marinho – Piano
GabrieL – Basso
Wilson – Batteria
Pernambuco do Pandeiro e Pedro dos Santos – Ritmo

Also the 4 tracks (not included in any of his albums, as far as I know):

1. Menina Moça (Luiz Antonio)
2. Alguém Me Disse (Jair Armorim / Evaldo Gouvêia)
3. Me Leva (José Garcia / Anisio Silva / Silas de Oliveira)
4. Idéias Erradas (Dolores Duran / Ribamar)

MOACYR’S FIRST RECORDING

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

GUESS by Bossanov:
I think, Wilson is Wilson Das Neves, taking part at Jazz & Bossa-Nova on Tiger. May be Gabriel be Gabriel Bezerra de Mello?

DATE OF RECORDING APPROXIMATION by Frank-Oliver:
It seems this EP came before the Tiger LP, so the date is 1959 / 1960.

UPDATED EXPIRED LINKS by Milan Filipović:
I have updated the links in another reality to those albums by Moacyr Marques that could be re-uploaded.

Roberto Coura e Conjunto – Bailes Memoraveis (1965)

Astor ALP-015

The only (?) album by organ player Roberto Coura and his conjunto as a premiere on Parallel Realities.
As much as I try, I can’t restrain from expressing my impression after listening to this album countless times ever since I unpacked it from the package received from Pedro & 300discos:

It is simply fascinating!

If you think that the main reason for this exaltation is the newly discovered cantora Maristela, you are right. But it is not only her superb voice and way of singing but also the conjunto’s backing with beautiful, discrete conversations between Roberto‘s organ and Dante‘s violin, for example on the San Remo flaired Al Di La or on the spectacular Busto Calado

Needless to say that I started an immediate search for more by Maristela and Roberto Coura, with, unfortunately, thin results: A Maristela (if that is the same one) has 1953 sung on one track of Eu Sou O Baião – Seleções de Humerto Teixeira, while Roberto Coura has recorded an album called Vamos Ao Baile for Golden Records, but it turned out to be a re-edition of the album presented here.

Now the usual question in such cases:

Does anyone have more information?

While shrugging your shoulders in ignorance, read the list of musicians:

Roberto Coura: Órgão 
Waldir: Pistom 
Mineirinho: Sax tenor 
Dante: Violino, Saxofone, Clarinete 
Wilson: Ritmo 
Clodoaldo: Violão 
Argento: Bateria 
Corvino: Trombone 
Nefe: Contrabaixo 
Maristela: Crooner

While waiting for somebody else to tell us more, enjoy:

01. Tema Para Dois (Nazário Cordeiro / Damásio José)
02. Scapricciatiello (Pacifico Vento / Ferdinando Albano) com Maristela
03. Canção Irlandeza (Fritz Kreisler)
04. Mala (Oscar Kinleiner) com Maristela
05. Um Chorinho na Broadway (Roberto Coura)
06. My Prayer (Mi Oración) (Georges Boulanger)
07. Chopin’s (Frédéric Chopin)
08. Al Di La (Mogol / Carlo Donida) com Maristela
09. Doce de Coco (Jacob do Bandolim)
10. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain)
11. Peter Gunn (Henry Mancini)
12. Busto Calado (Rubens Silva / Orlando Costa “Maestro Cipó”) com Maristela
 
DANTE’S BEATRICE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos  

EDIT by Milan Filipović:
Roberto Coura recorded at least one more album beside the one presented here: Melodias Imortais, released at an unknown date, containing 12 track.

Roberto Coura e Conjunto – Bailes Memoraveis (1965)

Astor ALP-015

The only (?) album by organ player Roberto Coura and his conjunto as a premiere on Parallel Realities.
As much as I try, I can’t restrain from expressing my impression after listening to this album countless times ever since I unpacked it from the package received from Pedro & 300discos:

It is simply fascinating!

If you think that the main reason for this exaltation is the newly discovered cantora Maristela, you are right. But it is not only her superb voice and way of singing but also the conjunto’s backing with beautiful, discrete conversations between Roberto‘s organ and Dante‘s violin, for example on the San Remo flaired Al Di La or on the spectacular Busto Calado

Needless to say that I started an immediate search for more by Maristela and Roberto Coura, with, unfortunately, thin results: A Maristela (if that is the same one) has 1953 sung on one track of Eu Sou O Baião – Seleções de Humerto Teixeira, while Roberto Coura has recorded an album called Vamos Ao Baile for Golden Records, but it turned out to be a re-edition of the album presented here.

Now the usual question in such cases:

Does anyone have more information?

While shrugging your shoulders in ignorance, read the list of musicians:

Roberto Coura: Órgão 
Waldir: Pistom 
Mineirinho: Sax tenor 
Dante: Violino, Saxofone, Clarinete 
Wilson: Ritmo 
Clodoaldo: Violão 
Argento: Bateria 
Corvino: Trombone 
Nefe: Contrabaixo 
Maristela: Crooner

While waiting for somebody else to tell us more, enjoy:

01. Tema Para Dois (Nazário Cordeiro / Damásio José)
02. Scapricciatiello (Pacifico Vento / Ferdinando Albano) com Maristela
03. Canção Irlandeza (Fritz Kreisler)
04. Mala (Oscar Kinleiner) com Maristela
05. Um Chorinho na Broadway (Roberto Coura)
06. My Prayer (Mi Oración) (Georges Boulanger)
07. Chopin’s (Frédéric Chopin)
08. Al Di La (Mogol / Carlo Donida) com Maristela
09. Doce de Coco (Jacob do Bandolim)
10. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing (Paul Francis Webster / Sammy Fain)
11. Peter Gunn (Henry Mancini)
12. Busto Calado (Rubens Silva / Orlando Costa “Maestro Cipó”) com Maristela
 
DANTE’S BEATRICE

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos  

EDIT by Milan Filipović:
Roberto Coura recorded at least one more album beside the one presented here: Melodias Imortais, released at an unknown date, containing 12 track.

Mozart e Sua Bandinha – Onde Canta O Sabia (1958)

RCA Victor BPL 3057

Finally Mozart has the opportunity to be premiered on Parallel Realities with his first career album, a 10′ LP released in 1956 which arrived in a nice package sent by Pedro & 300discos.

More about Mozart‘s life and career you may read HERE.

I will just write the names of musicians participating on this release:

Mozart Ituassú, Maurilio e Wagner (Trompetes)
Capilé e João Luis (Trombones)
Agobar (Bombardino)
José Américo (Tuba)
Arcy, Wilson e Mazinho (Clarinetes)
Mazinho (Requinta)
Sandoval Dias (Sax tenor)
Barão (Caixa)
Ribeiro (Pratos)
Gilberto (Bombo) 
Lenir (Flauta)

and recommend to enjoy these compositions:

1. Felipe de Melo (A. F. Rizzioli) Dobrado
2. Minas Gerais (Ângelo Consentino) Dobrado
3. Maluco (José dos Reis) Maxixe
4. Pracinhas do Bofete (R. S. Almeida) Marcha-dobrado
5. Escoteiros e Bandeirantes (Salim Kahil) Dobrado
6. Sebastianense (Domingos Pecci) Dobrado
7. Wanda (Ferdinando Canella) Valsa
8. Renato Vergasta (Isaias G. Amy) Dobrado

SALZBURG

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Mozart e Sua Bandinha – Onde Canta O Sabia (1958)

RCA Victor BPL 3057

Finally Mozart has the opportunity to be premiered on Parallel Realities with his first career album, a 10′ LP released in 1956 which arrived in a nice package sent by Pedro & 300discos.

More about Mozart‘s life and career you may read HERE.

I will just write the names of musicians participating on this release:

Mozart Ituassú, Maurilio e Wagner (Trompetes)
Capilé e João Luis (Trombones)
Agobar (Bombardino)
José Américo (Tuba)
Arcy, Wilson e Mazinho (Clarinetes)
Mazinho (Requinta)
Sandoval Dias (Sax tenor)
Barão (Caixa)
Ribeiro (Pratos)
Gilberto (Bombo) 
Lenir (Flauta)

and recommend to enjoy these compositions:

1. Felipe de Melo (A. F. Rizzioli) Dobrado
2. Minas Gerais (Ângelo Consentino) Dobrado
3. Maluco (José dos Reis) Maxixe
4. Pracinhas do Bofete (R. S. Almeida) Marcha-dobrado
5. Escoteiros e Bandeirantes (Salim Kahil) Dobrado
6. Sebastianense (Domingos Pecci) Dobrado
7. Wanda (Ferdinando Canella) Valsa
8. Renato Vergasta (Isaias G. Amy) Dobrado

SALZBURG

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

El-Son 7 – Brasilia Jovem (1968)

PR-LP-1000

El-Son 7, an unknown (to me and also not listed on Memória Musical) septet lead by tenor sax player Elson, has his premiere on Parallel Realities with their album Brasilia Jovem, released at an unknown date…

If anybody has any more information about El-Som 7, besides the few words (mostly about Brasilia, the new capital of Brasil) on the back cover, he is welcome to share it.

The septet members are:

Elson – sax tenor
Luiz Carlos – bateria
Mozart – guitarra
Castro – contra-baixo
Wilson – órgão
Marcos e Taky – crooners

The compostions and their renditions are Jovem Guarda as the title suggests:

01. Love is a many splendored thing
02. These boys
03. Eu te amo, te amo, te amo
04. My dream
05. O Milionário
06. Fascinating rhythm
07. Live for life
08. Ode to Billy Joe
09. Não valho o que choras por mim
10. Samba de Rei

THE SOUND 7

Créditos: Pedro & 300 discos

REVIW by brazilliance:

What a strange selection of songs… George and Ira Gershwin meet The Beatles and Francis Lai.. But what a fun album it is!

According to raridadesdopipiu.blogspot.com and senhorf.com, this group was formed in 1963 as The Good Boys. When saxophonist Elson joined in 1967, the group was renamed to Elson & Seus Good Boys. In 1968, Wilson and Tachy joined and they finally became El-Son 7.

This album was probably recorded in 1968 when they allegedly played with Eliana Pitman, Elis Regina, Roberto Carlos, Wilson Simonal and Sergio Mendes. In 1969, the group split and the members continued as 7 Elson and Os Mugs. 7 Elson recorded one more album in 1972, before Elson died in 1974.

Unfortunately, Elson doesn’t seem to have a surname. However, his sax tone is solid and it seems that El-Son 7 was quite a local celebrity in Brasília in the late sixties.

By the way: this is only the third version of ‘Samba de Rei’ recorded in the sixties after Leny Andrade and Eumir Deodato and his Catedráticos in 1965.