Aloysio e Seu Conjunto – Na Ciranda do Samba (1962)

Copacabana CLP 11259

This album has already been posted on Loronix, later reposted on Parallel Realities (the link has expired by now) and now I am posting it again, but this time in form of a transfer and scans by Pedro.
Curiously, out of more than ten career albums Aloysio Figueiredo has released, only three have been brought to light. The other two are also on Parallel Realities (with working links).
So read Zecalouro‘s text about this release on Órfãos do Loronix and download the other two albums in another parallel reality.

While doing so, take a look at the list of musicians:

Aloysio Figueiredo (organ, arrangements, production)
Cacau (guitar, vocals)
Arruda (drums)
Djalma (bass)
Arnaldo (agogo)
Waldir (pandeiro)
Walter Arruda (tamborim, tumbadora)
Os Modernistas (vocals)

And enjoy these compositions during tomorrow’s samba Saturday:

01. Chorando Chorando (Edson Borges / Armando Cavalcanti)
02. Tamanco no Samba (Orlandivo / Hélton Menezes)
03. Chorou (Djalma de Carvalho / Cacau)
04. Maria, Mária, Mariá (Billy Blanco)
05. Lamento Bebop (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
06. Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
07. Liberdade Demais (Mariano Filho / Hélio Nascimento)
08. A Lavadeira (Herivelto Martins)
09. Influênсia do Jazz (Сarlos Lуra)
10. Mandrake (Aloysio Figueiredo)
11. Mundo Vazio (Aloysio Figueiredo / Djalma de Carvalho / Cacau)
12. Confissão (Djalma Ferreira / Luiz Bandeira)

Of course, after clicking on the text:

THE TEXT New link

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

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.

Aloysio e Seu Conjunto – Na Ciranda do Samba (1962)

Continuing to fulfill requests made by friends, I am coming to Aloysio Figueiredo e Seu Conjunto with an album from 1962.

Another album that was requested by Momento Quatro from 1968 I have not in my collection, but if somebody sends it to me I will post it. The text from loronix (where this album was found) will be inside the first comment.

These fine musicians :

Aloysio Figueiredo (organ, arrangements, production)

Cacau (guitar, vocals)

Arruda (drums)

Djalma (bass)

Arnaldo (agogo)

Waldir (pandeiro)

Walter Arruda (tamborim, tumbadora)

Os Modernistas (vocals)

are performing these compositions:

01. Chorando Chorando (Armando Cavalcanti / Édson Borges)

02. Tamanco no Samba (Orlandivo / Hélton Menezes)

03. Chorou (Djalma de Carvalho / Cacau)

04. Maria Mária Mariá (Billy Blanco)

05. Lamento Bebop (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)

06. Meu Nome É Ninguém (Luis Reis / Haroldo Barbosa)

07. Liberdade Demais (Mariano Filho / Hélio Nascimento)

08. A Lavadeira (Herivelto Martins)

09. Influência do Jazz (Carlos Lyra)

10. Mandrake (Aloísio Figueiredo)

11. Mundo Vazio (Aloísio Figueiredo / Djalma de Carvalho / Cacau)

12.. Confissão (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Bandeira)

LIBERTADE DEMAIS

Créditos: Zecalouro