Erlon Chaves e Sua Orquestra – Sabadabada (1965)

Continental PPL 12188

Erlon Chaves: Piano
Papudinho: Pistom
Raul de Souza: Trombone
Hector Costita, Renato Augusto Menconi e Kuntz Naegele: Saxofone
Carlos Castilho: Violão
José Antônio AlvesZezinho”: Baixo
Pirituba: Bateria
Apostolo Secco: Barítono

Arranjos: Erlon Chaves

01. Balanço Zona Sul (Tito Madi)
02. Você (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
03. Deixa Isso Pra Lá (Alberto Paz / Edson Menezes)
04. Reza (Edu Lobo / Ruy Guerra)
05. Batucada (Murilo A. Pessoa)
06. Deixa (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
07. Opinião (Zé Keti)
08. Primavera (Carlos Lyra / Vinicius de Moraes)
09. Na Base do Improviso (Erlon Chaves)
10. Sabadabadá (Erlon Chaves)
11. Inútil Paisagem (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
12. Bafafá (Alfredo Borba / Jota Costa)


Créditos: Zecalouro

Bolao e Seu Sax-Tenor – Baile de Brotos (1961)

RCA Camden CALB 5036

Acompanhamento: Orquestras de Erlon Chaves e Francisco Morais

01. Runaway (Del Shannon / Max Crook)
02. The Green Leaves Of Summer (Paul Francis Webster / Dimitri Tiomkin)
03. Where The Boys Are (Neil Sedaka / Howard Greenfield)
04. Ilissos (A Little Corner Of Your Heart) (M. Hadjidakis / G. Emirzas)
05. Bobby, Bobby, Bobby (Carole King / Charles Weiss / Mel Glazer)
06. Yellow Bird (Norman Luboff / Marilyn Bergman / Alan Bergman)
07. Bat Masterson (Bart Corwin / Havens Wray)
08. Tonight, My Love, Tonight (Paul Anka)
09. Little Devil (Neil Sedaka / Howard Greenfield)
10. Emotions (Mel Tillis/Pam Tillis / Ramsey Kearney)
11. C’est Si Bon (Henri Betti / André Hornez)
12. Dance On Little Girl (Paul Anka)

I have this album for a long time in my collection but unfortunately I can not remember where I have found it.

Sorry, but  THERE IT IS

Absolutamente Certo – Movie Soundtrack (1957)

Mocambo LP-10029

Soundtrack from the ’57 movie directed by Anselmo Duarte.


Anselmo Duarte
Dercy Gonçalves
Odete Lara

The music:

1. Absolutamente Certo – tema do filme – Henrique Simonetti com Grande Orquestra
2. Jura – samba – (J. B. Silva / Sinho) com Dercy Gonçalves
3. Não Tenho Lágrimas – melodia – (M. Bulhões / M. de Oliveira) com acordeon e violão
4. Enrolando O Rock – rock and roll – (Bethinho e Heitor Carill) com Erlon Chaves
5. Onde Estou? – fantasia – (Hervé Cordovil / Vicente Leporace) com Grande Orquestra
6. Quando Eu Digo – cha-cha-cha – (Bilio Frometa / Julio Nagib) com Orquestra
7. Agora É Cinza – samba – (M. Bulhoes / M. de Oliveira) com Nilton Rezende
8. Não Tenho Lágrimas – samba – (M. Bulhões / M. de Oliveira) com Nilton Rezende


Créditos: João Carlos Telis

P.S. You may watch the complete film on YOUTUBE 

Verao Vermelho – Trilha Sonora da Novela da Rede Globo (1970)

Philips R 765.110 L

As you have correctly guessed, I have not seen Verão Vermelho, so I can’t tell you my impression.
About the soundtrack there is no need to tell you my impression, as now you are in position to establish your own, first by reading the list of compositions, composers and prominent performers, second, as the download finishes, by listening to:

01. Verão Vermelho (Nonato Buzar) Elis Regina
02. Vitória Vitória (Nonato Buzar) Nonato Buzar
03. Ela (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) Regininha
04. Jornada (Tema de Selma) (Roberto Menescal) Wilson das Neves
05. Onde Você Mora (Tema de Flávio) (Paulinho Tapajós / Edmundo Souto) Luis Eça
06. Baião do Sol (Tema de Geralda) (Nelson Ângelo)
07. The Time Of Noon (Tema de Amor) (A. Kerr) Erlon Chaves
08. Ela (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar)
09. Vitória Vitória (Nonato Buzar) Erlon Chaves
10. Assim É a Bahia (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) Roberto Menescal
11. Onde Você Mora (Tema de Flávio) (Paulinho Tapajós / Edmundo Souto) Ruy Felipe
12. Verão Vermelho (Nonato Buzar) Luis Eça


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Adylson Godoy – Sou Sem Paz (1965)


Singer, composer and piano player Adylson Godoy has his premiere tonight on Parallel Realities with his Erlon Chaves arranged album from 1965: In form of a transfer and cover scans by Pedro.

Although it is his premiere in this parallel reality, Sou Sem Paz has been already posted on the net, namely on the legendary Loronix blog several years ago, which means that all relevant details you may find and read on Órfãos do Loronix where Zecalouro‘s text is re-printed.

You may also want to read the texts of the songs, about the musicians as well as a text written by Adylson on the back cover.

Here is the track list:

01. Prece a Chuva (Adylson Godoy)
02. Flor da Manhã (Adylson Godoy)
03. Não Chora Não, Zé (Adylson Godoy)
04. É Demais Sonhar Você (Adylson Godoy)
05. Preconceito (Adylson Godoy)
06. Tristeza Inocente (Adylson Godoy)
07. Sou Sem Paz (Adylson Godoy)
08. Eternidade (Luis Chaves / Adylson Godoy)
09. Bobo da Corte (Adylson Godoy)
10. Desesperança (Adylson Godoy)
11. Só de Saudade (Adylson Godoy)
12. Tema Para os Olhos Dela (Adylson Godoy) Instrumental


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Erlon Chaves e Sua Banda Veneno Internacional Vol. 5 (1974)

Philips 6349 126

Erlon Chaves with another (as far as I know) never before presented on the net LP: The final, fifth volume of the Banda Veneno Internacional series.
If you are interested to see the full picture out of which only a fragment is presented on the front cover, then (if you are over 18, of course) you may take a look at the inside cover packed together with Pedro‘s transfers, covers and label scans.

While staring upon the model decorating the inside cover, enjoy also:

01. I’m Foolisht But I Love You (N. Keys)
02. Do It (Til You’re Satisfied) (B. Nichols)
      Ask Me (B. Gaskins)
03. Sideshow (B. Eli / V. Barrett)
      Let’s Put It All Together (George David Weiss / Hugo Peretti / Luigi Creatore)
04. Rock The Boat (W. Holmes)
      Rock Your Baby (Harry Wayne Casey / Richard Finch)
05. Daybreak (Nilsson)
      Lady Lay (P. Groscolas / M. Jourdan)
06. Macumba (R. Robinson / J. Willianson)
      You Haven’t Done Nothing (Stevie Wonder)
07. We Can Make It Happen Again (George David Weiss / Hugo Peretti / Luigi Creatore)
      It Ain’t no Use (Stevie Wonder)
08. The Entertainer (Scott Joplin)
      Whispering (Richard Coburn / Vincent Rose / John Schonberger)
09. La Chanson Pour Anna (André Popp / Jean Claude Massoulier)
      Feelings (Morris Albert)
10. Danielle  (N. Keys)

By clicking on the link below you confirm that you are over 18 and agree to be presented with nudity:


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Banda Veneno Internacional Vol. 4 (1974)

Fontana/Philips 6470 521

Zecalouro‘s text about this release can be found reprinted on Órfãos do Loronix (as expected) while the list of musicians, the track list and the link you will find here:


Mamão (Bateria)
Alexandre (Baixo)
Menezes, Luis Cláudio e Neco (Guitarra, Violão)
Zé Roberto (Piano elétrico, Clavineta)
Ely Arcoverde (Órgão)
Hamilton, Barreto e Darci (Pistom)
Macaé, Juarez e Alberto (Sax)
Ed Maciel e Bogado (Trombone)
Cláudio (Bells, Vibrafone)
Celso (Flauta baixo)
Classic VIII (Coro)


01. Me And Baby Brother (S. Allen / H. R. Brown / M. Dickerson / L. Jordan / C. W. Miller / L. Oscar / H. Scott)
      Day By Day (Stephen Schwartz)
02. Melô do Pato (H. Miller / R. M. McCoy / D. Mattews)
      Funky Stuff (Kool And The Gang)
03. Help (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
      She Loves You (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
      Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
04. Hey Hey (O. Toussaint / Ibach / Paul de Senneville)
      Bananaticoco (M. Boulois)
05. Alone On The Beach (N. Keys / Maza / B. Henry)
06. Ave-Maria (Charles Gounod)
07. Love’s Theme (Barry White)
      Never Never Gonna Give Ya Up (B. White)
08. Seasons In The Sun (Le Moribond) (Jacques Brel / Vrs. Rod McKuen)
      No More Troubles (Sharif Dean)
09. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John / Bernie Taupin)
      Me And You (John Burns / Joe / D. Jones / Dave MacLean)
10. The Way We Were (Marvin Hamlisch / Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman)
      All In Love Is Fair (Stevie Wonder)
Direção de Produção: Mazola 
Arranjos e Regências: Erlon Chaves


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Banda Veneno Internacional Vol. 3 (1973)

Fontana/Philips 6470 510

After having luck to spend the only sunny period in the last several months of daily heavy rain, hail, storms and thunder away from Belgrade, it’s business as usual again: Pedro‘s transfer of the third volume of Banda Veneno Internacional, an album which has been presented long time ago on Loronix.

Zeca‘s text about this release may be read at the usual place, on Órfãos do Loronix and the tracks listed here, as well as all the cover scans, may be found by clicking upon the bikini:

01. Habanera (Georges Bizet)
      El Toreador (Da Ópera ”Carmen”) (Bizet)
02. Push Together (P. Els / F. de Prijck)
      The Cisco Kid (S. Allen / H. R. Brown / M. Dickerson / L. Jordan / C. W. Miller / L. Oskar / H. Scott)
03. Long Train Runnin’ (T. Johnston)
      Soul Makossa (Manu Dibango)
04. My Love (Paul McCartney)
      Live And Let Die (Paul McCartney / Linda McCartney)
05. Issmechú Hashamaim (Tradicional) Música tradicional hebraica
06. Jingle Bells (Tradicional)
      White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
07. Killing Me Softly With His Song (Norman Gimbel / Charles Fox)
      Lost Horizon (Burt Bacharach / David)
08. I Don’t Live Without Your Love (N. Keys)
09. Let Your Yeah Be Yeah (J. Cliff)
      He (Michaele / L. P. Sebastian)
10. O Show Já Terminou (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
      De Tanto Amor (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
      À Distância (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)

Direção de Produção: Mazola 
Arranjos: Erlon Chaves


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Erlon Chaves – Banda Veneno Internacional – Selecao Especial (1973)

Philips 2809.030

An out of catalogue rarity promotional album with selected tracks from Erlon‘s international series, sponsored by beer drinker’s delight Skol Beer.

Open an ice cold bottle of your favourite beer, regardless if it is Skol or another brand and enjoy the selection of compositions:

Lado A:

01. Jingle Bells (Tradicional)
      White Christmas (I. Berlin)
02. My Love (Paul McCartney)
      Live And Let Die (Paul e Linda McCartney)
03. Push Together (P. Eis / F. de Prijck)
      The Cisco Kid (S. Allen / H. R. Brown / M. Dickerson / L. Joredan / C. W. Miller / L. Oscar / H. Scott)
04. Killing Me Softly With This Song (N. Gimbel / C. Fox)
      Lost Horizon (Bacharach / David)
05. Cantiga 1 (Neneco / Erlon Chaves)

Lado B:

06. O Show Já Terminou (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
      De Tanto Amor (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
      A Distância (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos
07. Long Train Runnin’ (Tom Johnston)
      Soul Makossa (Manu Dibango)
08. Águas de Março (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
09. All My Love Is For You (Norel Keys)
10. Cantiga 2 (Neneco / Erlon Chaves)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Erlon Chaves e Sua Banda Veneno – Banda Veneno Internacional 2 (1973)

Fontana/Philips 6470 505

By now it should be clear to all travellers through Parallel Realities that the latest package received from Pedro & 300discos contains the complete discography of Erlon Chaves (except for Sabadabada,which was reissued on CD  and a Trilha Sonora already posted on Loronix) and, that the albums were prepared and scheduled in advance to appear daily while I am busy with other, hopefully, pleasant matters.

So, read Zecalouro‘s text while enjoying:

01. All My Love Is For You (N. Keys)

02. Tears In My Eyes (Hensley)

03. Listen To The Music (Tom Johnston)
      Woman (Fernando Arbex)

04. I’d Love You To Want Me (Lobo)
      Philosopher (Papini / Schwartz)

05. Superman (A. Vitalis / M. Haubrich)
      I’m On Fire (Findon / Anthony)

06. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (Stevie Wonder)
      Where Is The Love (R. MacDonald / W. Salter)

07. Carlota e Carolina (Carly & Carole) (Eumir Deodato)

08. Why Can’t We Live Together (Timmy Thomas)
      Clair (Gilber O’Sullivan)

09. Listen (Paul Bryan)
      When I’m a Kid (Stelios Vlavianos / Charalampe Chalkitis / B. Bergman)

10. Don’t Say Goodbye (Paul Bryan / Jim Saloman / Chrystian)
      Don’t Turn Around (Patrick Adams)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Erlon Chaves e Paul Mauriat – As Dez Cancoes Medalha de Ouro (1973)

Mercury/Philips 6300.084

An LP divided between two renowned maestros, about which you may read Zecalouro‘s text reprinted on Órfãos do Loronix.

Lado A com Paul Mauriat e Orquestra:

01. Casa No Campo (Zé Rodrix / Tavito)
02. Amada Amante (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
03. Presepada (Antônio Carlos Pinto / Jocafi)
04. Naquela Mesa (Sérgio Bittencourt)
05. Viagem (João de Aquino / Paulo César Pinheiro)

Lado B com Erlon Chaves e Orquestra:

06. Dona Chica (Francisca Santos das Flores) (Dorival Caymmi)
07. Águas de Março (Tom Jobim)
08. Como Dois E Dois (Caetano Veloso)
09. Construção (Chico Buarque)
10. Testamento (Toquinho / Vinicius de Moraes)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Banda Veneno Internacional Vol.1 (1972)

Fontana/Philips 6470 501

Direção de Produção: Mazola 
Arranjos: Erlon Chaves 
Transfer and cover scans: Pedro
Zecalouro‘s text: Órfãos do Loronix


01. I Love You Baby (Daniel Vangarde / J. King)
     Crying (Bouwens)            
02. The Girl From Paramaribo (Berlipp)
03. If You Never Say Goodbye (Burt Bacharach / David)
      Cafe Regio’s (Isaac Hayes)
04. Pop Concerto (P. de Senneville / O. Toussaint)
      Summer Holiday (Tony Temple / Dell Clyde)
05. Viens Avec Nous (Triangle)
      Floy Joy (Robinson)
06. Concerto Pour Un Ete (A. Morisod)
07. Velvet Mornings (Stelios Vlavianos / Robert Costandinos)
      Shabala (François / Darmor)
08. Rock And Roll Lullaby (Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil)
      Song Sung Blue (Neil Diamond)
09. Money Runner (Jones)
      Mama Papa (Nana Nana) (Arbex / Hemert)
10. Day After Day (Ham)
      Jesus (Hamburger / Darjean)
11. Long Ago Tomorrow (Burt Bacharach / Hal David)
      Alone Again (Naturally) (Gilbert O’Sullivan)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Fora de Série – Banda Veneno de Erlon Chaves Vol. 1 (1978)

Philips 6485 113

Erlon Chaves with a 1978 different cover re edition of his LP Banda Veneno de Erlon Chaves recorded in 1971 (Philips 6349 010).
The covers of both versions of this album are included in the package

Mostly Brazilian composers are featured this time:

01. Cosa Nostra (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)
02. Shirley Sexy (Fred Falcão / Arnoldo Medeiros)
03. Oh Happy Day (Edwin R. Hawkins)
04. Fora de Série (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sérgio Valle)
05. Eu Também Quero Mocotó (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)
06. Drive-in (Erlon Chaves)
07. Pulo Pulo (Jorge Ben “Jorge Benjor”)
08. Quem É (Erlon Chaves)
09. Madalena (Ivan Lins / Ronaldo Monteiro de Souza)
10. Jesus Cristo (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
11. Menina da Ladeira (João Só)
12. Você Abusou (Antônio Carlos Pinto / Jocafi)
13. Fim de Baile (Erlon Chaves / Arnoldo Medeiros)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Erlon Chaves e Sua Orquestra – Pra Nao Dizer Que Nao Falei de Sucessos (1968)

Philips R 765.071 L

The second album by Maestro Erlon Chaves I am posting today, was, as far as I know, not presented before on the net, at least not on Loronix (so there will be no Zecalouro‘s text about it on Órfãos).
The compostions conducted and performed are, as this album was released four years after 1964, in accordance with the general orientation at the time, all international hits with compositions ranging from Paul Simon to Otis Redding, a trend to continue throughout Erlon‘s opus (as you will see and hear in his following works).

This time it is:

01. Mrs. Robinson (Paul Simon)
02. After The Fox (J. Gross / M. Freda)
03. (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay (Steve Cropper / Otis Redding)
04. Funky Street (A. Conley / E. Simms)
05. Rain And Tears (Evanghelos Papathanassiou / B. Bergman)
06. MacArthur Park (Jimmy Webb)
07. I Say A Little Prayer (Burt Bacharach / Hal David)
08. Fucsia Bird (Devel / Granthon)
09. I Can’t Stop Dancing (Kenny Gamble / Leon Huff)
10. Monia (D. Finado / Jager / Maurice Vidalin)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Erlon Chaves e Sua Orquestra – Em Tempo de Samba (1961)

RCA Victor BBL 1157

Another premiere on Parallel Realities of a well know figure: Maestro Erlon Chaves , whose several albums have been already presented on the net (several years ago), mostly by the legendary Loronix blog.
So was the first and oldest album to be posted today out of the just arrived package sent by Pedro & 300discos, but this time it is in form of a transfer and cover scans by Pedro.

Needless to mention that Zecalouro‘s text about this release, as expected in such cases, may be read at the usual suspects place, on Órfãos do Loronix, where it is reprinted.

Here is the track list:

01. É Fácil Dizer Adeus (Tito Madi)
02. O Menino Desce o Morro (Vera Brasil / De Rosa)
03. Água de Beber (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
04. O Nosso Olhar (Sérgio Ricardo)
05. Tema Oriental (Erlon Chaves)
06. Murmúrio (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
07. Dindi (Tom Jobim / Aloysio de Oliveira)
08. Só Vou de Mulher (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)
09. Descendo O Morro (Billy Blanco / Tom Jobim)
10. Duas Contas (Garoto)
11. O Barquinho (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
12. A Fuga do Samba (Erlon Chaves)

And the link:


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos