Ribamar & Zito Righi (1963)

Musidisc Hi-Fi 2073

Ribamar (Piano) and Zito Righi (Saxofone) reposted from another reality.

01. Que É Que Eu Faço (Ribamar / Dolores Duran)
02. Canção dos Olhos Tristes (Tito Madi)
03. Ai de Mim (Capiba) com Toni Vestane
04. Aimer Comme Je T’aime (Hubert Giraud)
05. Una Mujer (Paul Misraki / Carlos Olivari / Sixto Pondal Ríos)
06. Cuando Vuelva A Tu Lado (María Grever)
07. Sunday Monday Or Always (Jimmy Van Heusen / Johnny Burke)
08. Sim Ou Não (Zito Righi)
09. Só Em Teus Braços (Tom Jobim)
10. Onde Estava Eu (Armando Cavalcanti / Victor Freire)


Créditos: Zecalouro

Zito Righ e Seu Sax de Ouro – The Song Is You (1962)

Musidisc Hi-Fi 2054

Zito Righi from another reality.

01. I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Cole Porter)
02. Who’s Sorry Now (Ted Snyder / Bert Karmer / Harry Ruby)
03. Lover Come Back To Me (Sigmund Romberg / Oscar Hammerstein II)
04. Bewitched (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart)
05. Misty (Errol Garner / Johnny Burke)
06. Too Close For Comfort (Jerry Bock / Larry Holofcener / George David Weiss)
07. How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin)08. Tangerine (Johnny Mercer / Victor Schertzinger)
09. The Song Is You (Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein II)
10. Taking a Chance On Love (V. Duke / J. Latouche / T. Fetter)
11. Pennies From Heaven (Arthur Johnston / Johnny Burke)
12. Too Marvelous For Words (Richard Whiting / Johnny Mercer)


Créditos: The Trackfinder

Tony Vestane – Romance e Balanco (1963)

EP Musidisc LPM 12014

Looks like Toni Vestane (or Tony Vestane, as his name is written on the cover) has more up his sleeve than expected:

Like this unlisted EP, just received from Edson Mendes, containing, besides the standard four tracks, also a bonus one, included by Edsom from Ribamar & Zitto Righi‘s 1962 LP by Musidisc.

That album by Ribamar and Zito is an all time favorite at my place, but I never checked who exactly is singing on Ai de mim

On this EP there is no dilemma who is singing these compositions:

01. Depois do carnaval (Paulo Silvino / Wilson Tirapelli) 
02. Deixa a nega gingar (Luiz Claudio) 
03. Toma lá, dá cá (Toni Vestane) 
04. Nós e o mar (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli) 

05. Ai de mim (bonus track) (Capiba)


Créditos: Edson Mendes

JUST FOR THE RECORDS by Brazilliance:
This recording of “Toma Lá Dá Cá” was first issued in 1961 as track # 10 on Zito Righi‘s album “O Sax de Ouro” which also featured guest vocals by Francineth, Silvio Cézar and Pedrinho Rodrigues.

It’s a pity that Toni Vestane engaged himself more in producing other artists music than making a few more records of his own.

Zito Righi – Compacto Duplo (1961)

According to Memoria Musical this is the only compacto (duplo) that Zito Righi, virtuoso on the saxophone, has ever recorded; under his own name at least… On the same discography there are altogether 3 career LPs listed. Two of them: Sax de Ouro (1961) and Ribamar and Zito Righi (1963) are available to all thanks to loronix, but the third, called The Song is You, from 1962, I will have to add to my Santa Claus wish list one of these days, as I see no other way to find it.
And yes, there is another one which this discography does not mention, but loronix does: Alucinolandia (1969)
1. Calcutta (Heino Gaze)
2. Enlouqueci (Luis Soberano / Waldomiro Pereira / João Sales)
Tem Pena de Mim (Hervé Cordovil)
3. Se Eu Errei (Francisco Neto / Humberto de Carvalho / Edu Rocha)
Ana Maria (Luis Soberano / Anicio Bichara)
4. Sei Que É Covardia (Ataulfo Alves / Claudionor Cruz)
Olhos Verdes (Vicente Paiva)