Salvador Trio (1966)

Mocambo LP 40.320

During a confusing evening, while preparing this album several elements got mixed up, among others also the label scans of this and the previous Salvador Trio album, leading to an enormous confusion going as far as to declare this album as the same as previous but in stereo etc, which can only be found on various other posts on this site, notorious for mistakes confusion and ignorance.

Here are (let’s hope) the correct parameters:

The musicians:

Salvador Silva Filho (Piano)
Edson Lobo (Contrabaixo)
Victor Manga (Bateria)

The track list:

01. Tristeza (Niltinho / Haroldo Lobo)
02. Indio Perdido (Donato)
03. Eu Compro Essa Mulher (Erlon Chaves / David Nasser)
04. Vou Dizer-te Adeus (Ze Keti)
05. Um Sonho Azul (Salvado Silva Filho / Regina Werneck)
06. Samborio (Salvado Silva Filho / Regina Werneck)
07. Balanco do Mar – Onda Quebrando (Ze Rozendo)
08. Fred’s Ahead (Schreiber)
09. Iluminando O Vazio (Salvado Silva Filho / Regina Werneck)
10. A Cancao do Amor Que Nasceu (Salvado Silva Filho / Regina Werneck))
11. Sonho de Carnaval (Chico Buarque)

The less absurd cryptic text leading to the album:

THE UNEXPECTED SECOND ALBUM BY SALVADOR TRIO

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

P.S. A special THANK YOU to Frank-Oliver for pointing me to the right direction.

A Turma do Bom Balanco (1965)

Mocambo LP 40262

While preparing the re-uploads of music by K-Ximbinho, I found inside the “K-Ximbinho” folder on the backup disc on which I stored albums received from Pedro & 300discos also this album together with the text below, prepared for creating a post. As I could not remember that I have posted this album, I checked all my sites and ideed, it is nowhere to be found. Also, it is presented differently than usual, having just the front cover and neither back caver nor label scans.

In short, I do not know:

1. Where this album came from
2. Why, although I have prepared it for posting, I failed to do so
3. Why have I forgotten all about it

It is clear that you can not know the answer to questions 2 and 3, but there is a possibility that you might have the answer to question 1, so if you know where it might be from, please tell me, so I can write it in the credits below the post.

Or just clear the confusion I created with my personal dilemma by relaxing and enjoying:

01. Abandono (Chico Feitosa / Marcos Vasconcellos) **
02. Essa Favela Que Eu Amo (Zé Keti / Paulo Thiago / Sidney Miller) **
03. Fora de Tempo (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle) *
04. Mar Amar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) **
05. Bom Balanço (Waltel Branco) *
06. Você (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) ***
07. Garota Moderna (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia) **
08. Vai de Vez (Roberto Menescal / Luis Fernando Freire) ***
09. Gente (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle) *
10. (Roberto Menescal / Luis Fernando Freire) **
11. Preciso Aprender a Ser Só (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle) *
12. Juca Bobão (Del Loro) ***

Personnel:Arrangements :
Waltel Branco Production :
Jonas Silva

* Musicians:
Meirelles
(sax alto)
Aurino
(sax barítono)
Pedro Paulo
(piston)
Celso Murilo
(piano)
Geraldo Vespar
(guitar)
Edson Lobo
(bass)
Edison Machado
(drums)

** Musicians:
K-Ximbinho
(sax alto)
Aurino
(sax baritono)
Ed Maciel
(trombone)
Pedro Paulo
(piston)
Dom Salvador
(organ)
Neco
(guitar)
Sergio Barroso
(bass)
Edison Machado
(drums)

*** Musicians:
Emílio Baptista
(sax alto)
Aurino
(sax barítono)
Ed Maciel
(trombone)
Pedro Paulo
(piston)
Dom Salvador
(Organ)
Neco
(guitar)
Gabriel Bezerra
(bass)
Edison Machado
(drums)


A MEMORY NOT QUITE BALANCED

Créditos: ?

P.S. This Lp completes the K-Ximbinho re-uploads. Other K-Ximbinho career albums, 78 rpms and collaborations with all links working as I write can be found in the other reality.

Salvador Trio (1965)

Mocambo LP 40.284

Piano player and composer Salvador Silva Filho for the first time on Parallel Realities with his only (?), unlisted album, released in 1965 by Mocambo.
Fortunately Mocambo had the good idea to print on the inside sleeve a long and informative text about Salvador, the other two members of his trio, their music and the compositions performed, written by José Domingos Raffaelli, leaving not many question unanswered, so I highly recommend reading it, as much as I recommend to listen carefully to all the three musicians and the compositions they perform: 

Salvador Silva Filho (Piano)
Edson Lobo (Contrabaixo)
Victor Manga (Bateria)

You will be rewarded with the cool and pleasant atmosphere surrounding:

01. Tematrio (Salvado Silva Filho)
02. Arrastão (Edu Lobo / Vinicius de Moraes)
03. Rio é Sempre Rio (Salvado Silva Filho)
04. Promessa (Custodio Mesquita / Evaldo Ruv)
05. Dedicação (Salvado Silva Filho)
06. Chegou O Carnaval (Salvado Silva Filho)
07. Tema pro Gaguinho (Salvado Silva Filho)
08. Das Rosas (Dorival Caymmi)
09. Miscaania (Salvado Silva Filho)
10. Maria (Salvado Silva Filho)
11. Santarém (Salvado Silva Filho)
12. Pro Batera (Salvado Silva Filho)

THE BLACK AND WHITE PIANO

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos