Moacyr Silva e Seu Conjunto - Sax Sensacional Nº 3 (1962)

Copacabana CLP 11250

Unfinished business episode No 3 is a re-post from the great Loronx site. You will have to wait until April 10, 2009 (Loronix time) to read Zeca's original text about it on Órfãos do Loronix.

Personnel  listing is:

Samba tunes musicians :

Moacyr Silva  (tenor sax)
Chaim Lewak  (piano)
Waltel Branco  (guitar)
Tiao Marinho  (bass)
Ohana  (drums)

Sambas are: 01, 03, 05, 06, 08, 10.

"Fox" tunes musicians :

Moacyr Silva  (tenor sax)
Chaim Lewak  (piano)
Ziguetti  (bass)
Edson (probably Edison Machado)  (drums)

Foxes are: 02, 04, 07, 09.

The compositions performed are:

01. Lamento Bebop (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
02. That Old Feeling (Lew Brown / Sammy Fain)
03. Olhou Pra Mim (Ed Lincoln / Silvio César)
04. Don't Blame Me (Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields)
05. Estou Só Outra Vez (Moacyr Silva / Luciana)
06. Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa / Luis Reis)
07. Sweet And Lovely (G. Arnheim / Harry Tobias / J. Lemare)
08. Parti (Ed Lincoln / Silvio César)
09. Once In a While (Michael Edwards / Bud Green)
10. Seresta de Gato (Waltel / Telmo Soares)


Créditos: Zecalouro

Arnaldo Rebello - O Piano de Norte A Sul

Uirapuru LPU - 1012

The second album which got cut away from all potential listeners is part of the "Unfinished Business" episode No 2.

Arnaldo Rebello's solo piano album featuring compositions from different regions and places all over Brazil. As in the previous post, all relevant information about this release you may read on the back cover.

Enjoy the magic of:

01. Valsa Amazônica 1 (Evocação de Manaus) (Arnaldo Rabello) Amazonas
02. Lundu Amazoneze (Arnaldo Rabello) Amazonas
03. Cantilena (Jayme Ovalla) Pará
04. Tanguinho (João Nunes) Maranhão
05. Prece (Alberto Nepomucene) Ceara
06. Lundu da Cobra Cega (Baptista Siqueira) Paraíba
07. Festa de Chuva (Catereté) (Baptista Siqueira) Paraíba
08. Canto de Amor (Julio Braga) Pernambuco
09. Canto de Adormecer (Aloysio de Castro) Bahia
10. Confissao (Ormy Toledo) Esp. Santo
11. Humoresque (Plaisanterie) (Leopoldo Minguez) Estado do Rio de Janeiro
12. Crê e Espera (Valsa) (Ernesto Nazareth)  Guanabara
13. Favorito (Tango Brasileiro) (Ernesto Nazareth)  Guanabara
14. Yara (Schottish) (Anacleto de Medeiros) Guanabara
15. Qurida Por Todos (J.A. Silva Callado) Guanabara
16. Ali Babá (Tango Brasileiro) (Henrique Alves de Mesquita) Guanabara
17. 4ª Seresta (Carlos de Álmeida) Guanabara
18. Homenagem A Sinho... (Fructuoso Viana) Minas Geraís
19. Murmúrio (Improviso) (Carlos Gomes) S. Paulo
20. Xangô (Brasilio Itiberê) Paraná
21. Casa Pequenina (Modinha) (arr. J. Octaviano) R.G. do Sul
22. Prenda Minha (Cancao Popular do Rio Grande do Sul) (arranjo: Ernani Braga)

CORRECTION: I have just received information that the file is missing several tracks and I replaced it: Here is the corrected file:


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Amazonas - Para - Bahia e Seus Compositores Na Voz de Ataide Beck

Academia Santa Cecilia de Discos ASC-30

Before I continue, there is some unfinished business to finish: Immediately before going for a few days away from Belgrade for some hedonistic actions, I scheduled several albums so that they were supposed to appear day after day.
The Sword of Damocles cut my well prepared plan to pieces.
I wrote also the texts to accompany each album, but as I did not note them down and save, I will skip them now and say that all these recordings are self explaining and that complete information may be found on the back covers of each.
Or better, may be found on two albums received from Pedro & 300discos of which this one presented today is the first.

Arnaldo Rebello on piano and the previously unknown singer to me Alaide Beck are performing compositions by Arnaldo Rebello, Waldemar Henrique and Babi Oliveira:

01. Como Crescem As Águas do Rio (Arnaldo Rebello)
02. Mani, Mani (Rondel de Mandioca / Arnaldo Rebello)
03. Na Partida  (Arnaldo Rebello)
04. E O Rio Não Levou (Arnaldo Rebello)
05. O Rio (Arnaldo Rebello)
06. Canção Breve (Arnaldo Rebello)
07. Toada Baré (Arnaldo Rebello)
08. Bate, Bate Coração (Arnaldo Rebello)
09. A Frase Que Eu Queria (Arnaldo Rebello)
10. Canção do Rio Mar (Arnaldo Rebello)
11. Marapatá (Arnaldo Rebello)
12. Côco Peneruê (Waldemar Henrique)
13. Senhora Dona Sancha (Waldemar Henrique)
14. Momento ''Minha Amada Tão Longe'' (Waldemar Henrique)
15. Trem de Alagoas (Waldemar Henrique)
16. Seresta da Saudade (Babi Oliveira)
17. Singela Canção de Maria (Babi Oliveira)
18. Recomendação (Babi Oliveira)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

The Sword of Damocles

The experienced traveler through parallel realities knows that his fate is not predefined and that there is an infinite number of worlds, realities, destinies and that the freedom of choice is absolute. So is the responsibility for the consequences of choice.
The experienced traveler through parallel realities knows also that he himself divides with every choice into two separate persons each continuing his existence parallel, but separated to the other.
Also, a choice tagged +, leads to the reality where everybody else's choice at that moment, whatever about they might chose, is +. Similar, a choice tagged - leads into a reality where everybody's choice at that moment is -.
Therefore it is obvious that each traveler through parallel realities is responsible for all he encounters during his travels.
But both the traveler through parallel realities and the helpless feeling fatalist have one thing in common: The Sword of Damocles is hanging on a thin hair over each one of them and sooner or later the hair will snap.
A virtual reality is bound to the same principle: Everything must, sometime, come to an end.

The paths that the traveler through parallel realities may turn to when the Sword of Damocles ends his virtual side branch of infinite parallel realities is to create another one to suit his taste: A new meeting place for friends, travelers through parallel realities and time travelers, sophisticated hedonists, artists, historians, true ladies and gentlemen, to all of them offered music and other content found in other realities, which would otherwise, maybe, stay obscured and out of reach.

Welcome, enjoy yourselves and feel free to take an active role in the enrichment of our mutual experience, write your edits, add information, voice guesses and comments, submit reviews...

In short: Add your personal touch to the confusion and clarification.

Milan Filipović