Cipo e Sua Orquestra – A Gafieira (1979)

CID 8034

Músicos:

Maurílio, Niltinho, Barreto e Wagner (Trumpete)
Maciel, Dalgio, Roberto e Silvio (Trombone)
Emílio, Macaé, Marko, Hélio e Aurino (Saxofone)
Reinaldo (Piano)
Hélio Capucci (Guitarra)
Maurício (Baixo)
Fernando (Bateria, Timbales)
Oana, Peninha, Bezerrra e Marçalzinho (Percussão, Ritmo) 
Victor Hugo (Voz, fxs. 4 e 11)

01. Aquarela do Brasil (Ary Barroso)
02. Na Glória (Raul de Barros / Ari dos Santos)
03. Vereda Tropical (Gonzalo Curiel)
      Cuban Love Song  (Jimmy McHugh / Herbert Stothart / Dorothy Fields)
04. Pra Que Vou Recordar o Que Chorei (Carlos Dafé)  com: Victor Hugo / Maestro Cipó
05. Mambo Jambo (Perez Prado)
06. Paraquedista (José Leocádio)
07. Apelo (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
08. Pra Que Chorar (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
09. Negue (Adelino Moreira / Enzo Almeida Passos)
      Força Estranha (Caetano Veloso)
10. Mambo Nº 5 (Perez Prado)
11. Gotas de Veneno (Nei Lopes / Wilson Moreira) com: Victor Hugo / Maestro Cipó

CLASSE A

Créditos: Deeppeas

Marisa Gata Mansa – Encontro de Amor (1976)

Odeon SMOFB 3888

Gravado ao vivo no Teatro da Galeria – Rio de Janeiro

Com Terra Trio:

Fernando: Baixo
Ricardo: Bateria
Zé Maria: Piano

Na faixa 8:

Ruy: Violão e Guitarra

1. Começaria Tudo Outra Vez (Gonzaguinha)
2. Um Favor (Lupicínio Rodrigues)
3. Não Adianta Chorar (Fernando Luis da Costa)
4. Tributo a Dolores Duran:
    Castigo (Dolores Duran)
    Por Causa de Você (Tom Jobim / Dolores Duran)
    Solidão (Dolores Duran)
    A Noite do Meu Bem (Dolores Duran)
5. Saudade Vai-te Embora (Julio de Souza)
6. Cobras E Lagartos (Sueli Costa / Hermínio Bello de Carvalho)
7. Sabiá Lá Na Gaiola (Hervé Cordovil / Mário Vieira)
8. Chuva, Gente E Carnaval (Ivor Lancellotti) Participação: Ivor Lancellotti
9. Gota D’Água (Chico Buarque)

Zeca‘s text about this release can be found reprinted on Órfãos do Loronix.

AO VIVO

Créditos: Zecalouro

Djalma Ferreira Apresenta O Grande Trumpetista Araken (1963 ?)

Discos Drink LP-DF-13.011

Araken Peixoto has been featured two times on Parallel Realities playing as member of Djalma Ferreira‘a conjunto.
Now we have the opportunity to enjoy his solo album, recorded for Discos Drink, a company run by Djalma Ferreira. Araken has another album released for the same high spirited recording label, which has, by the way, published (as far as I could find out) altogether 11 albums, most of them starring, no surprise here, Djalma Ferreira with his conjunto.

The back cover displays a detailed text about Araken‘s personal life and career, written by the mIsterious Mister ECO .

The musicians playing together with Araken are:

Paulinho (Piano)
Evaldo (Guitarra)
Sebastião (Contrabaixo)
Fernando (Bateria)
Julinho e Canseira (Ritmo) 
+ Coro

The compositions performed are

01. Isto É Samba (J. Canseira / Paulo Silva)
02. A Canção Que Nasceu do Amor (Rildo Hora / Clóvis Mello)
03. Amei Demais (Anselmo Mazzoni)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
04. Johnny Guitar (Victor Young / Peggy Lee)
05. Reza Por Nosso Amor (Haroldo Lobo / Milton de Oliveira)
06. Vai Amor (Izaias Ferreira / Jorge de Oliveira)
07. Larga o Meu Pé (Monsueto / Aloísio França)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
08. Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
09. Aprendeu a Lição (Ataulfo Alves / Luiz Bandeira)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
10. Passo do Elefantinho (Henry Mancini)
11. Manda Brasa (Pega Lenha) (Luiz Bandeira)  Vocal: Araken Peixoto
12. Moon River (Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer)

DRINK, DRINK, DRINK AT THE DRINK

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

PROBABLE RELEASE DATE by Brazilliance:
I assume, this fine album is from 1963 because the earliest verifiable recording of A Canção Que Nasceu do Amor is also from 1963 by Araken‘s brother Cauby Peixoto. Unfortunately, the catalogue numbers of Discos Drink are not exactly in chronological order which is why they are not reliable.

Chiquinho e Seu Conjunto – Celebration (1968)

Odeon MOFB 3515

I can not tell you what our old friend Chiquinho  do Acordeom is celebrating as I do not know it, but he celebrates backed by:

Geraldo Vespar, Geraldo Miranda e Neco (Guitarras)
Fernando (Vibrafone)
Tião Marinho (Baixo)
Wilson das Neves (Bateria)

The compositions for the celebration are:

01. Celebration (Bill Martin / Phil Coulter)
02. A Little Bit Me a Little Bit You (Neil Diamond)
03. Rossana (Sette Uomini D’Oro) (Armando Trovajoli / Silvana Simoni)
04. Garota Do Roberto (Carlos Imperial / Eduardo Araújo)
05. There’s A Kind Of Hush (Les Reed / Geoff Stephens)
06. I Was Kaiser Bill’s Batman (Roger Cook / Roger Greenaway)
07. The World Goes On (Quincy Jones / Alan Bergman / Marilyn Bergman)
08. Never Never (Hugo / Osvaldo)
09. O Caderninho (Olmir Stocker ”Alemão”)
10. Prova de Fogo (Erasmo Carlos)
11. Un Homme Et Une Femme (Francis Lai / Pierre Barouh)
12. Vem Quente Que Eu Estou Fervendo (Carlos Imperial / Eduardo Araújo)
 
CHEERS!

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

REVIEW AND + by Bossanov:
It’s really great happy Hammond sound! Slightly similar to Wilson das Neves’ “Juventude 2000” and other dancing music of that time. Almost all of the crew are real “Os Cobras”!
Add some info about Fernando – he is Fernando Jorge Semi Maxnuk (or Maxnuck), member of Zumba Cinco, also working witn Leny Andrade in Rio, Bossa e Balanço show (Mario Castro Neves, piano; Fernando Maxnuk, vibrafone; Edson Lobo, contrabaixo;e Antonio Carlos Leite, bateria) and with Orlandivo.

Guilherme Coutinho E A Curticao (1969)

Ritmos/Codil CDL 13030

Guilherme Coutinho‘s first album, with a very informative text on the back cover about him and his music (at that time he was still not hiding from the police), which I recommend reading.

The musicians performing on this one are:

Guilherme Coutinho (Piano)
Walter Bandeira (Voz)
Tangerina (Baixo) 
Fernando (Bateria)

Their music:

01. Curtição (Guilherme Coutinho / Walter Bandeira)
02. Me Ver Em Você (Guilherme Coutinho / Walter Bandeira)
03. Nem Ir (Guilherme Coutinho / Walter Bandeira)
04. Duas Contas (Garoto)
05. Sonho de Chegar (Guilherme Coutinho / Luis Otávio Barata)
06. Estuário (Guilherme Coutinho / Walter Bandeira)
07. (Guilherme Coutinho / Walter Bandeira)
08. Cobrindo o Sol (Guilherme Coutinho / Walter Bandeira)
09. My Funny Valentine (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
10. Estuário (Guilherme Coutinho / Walter Bandeira)
11. Ilusão à Toa (Johnny Alf)

CURTIÇÃO

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Guilherme Coutinho – Procura-se (1971)

Chantecler CMGS 9040

Looks like a job for the police….

The suspects are:

Guilherme Coutinho – piano and orgão
Fernando – bateria
Tangerina – contrabaixo
José Carlos, Walter Bandeira – vocals

Participação especial: Clayber de Souza – gaita de boca

Aranjos e direção musical: Guilerme Coutinho

Their deeds are:

01. Saravábabalorixá (Guilherme Coutinho) vocal: José Carlos
02. Falência (Guilherme Coutinho) vocal: José Carlos
03. Tributo a Mim Mesmo (Guilherme Coutinho) vocal: José Carlos
04. Adios Guadalajara (Paulo André / Ruy Barata) vocal: Walter Bandeira
05. Vai Lá (Guilherme Coutinho) vocal: José Carlos
06. Crepúsculo (Guilherme Coutinho)
07. Papa Jimmy (Guilherme Coutinho)
08. Vira Broto (Guilherme Coutinho) vocal: José Carlos
09. Trepadeira (José Travassos D’aguiar / Marily Velho)
10. Bar do Parque (Guilherme Coutinho) vocal: José Carlos
11. Baby (Caetano Veloso) vocal: Walter Bandeira
12. Belo Kid (Guilherme Coutinho)

Their motto is:

TRIBUTO A MIM MESMO

Their local accomplices are: Pedro & 300discos 

Their overseas accomplice is: Milan Filipović 

ANNOUNCEMENT (has nothing to do with the investigation and search for the villains listed above):

Another collector of rare and fine brazilian music has decided to present all interested with gems out of his private collection, which is a trend that is welcome and highly appreciated:
Two days ago he started his blog which looks very promising judging by the first thirteen posts.  
Check it out and you will not regret it:

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