Jacob do Bandolim - Choros Evocativos (1957)

RCA Victor BPL 3049

Like the previously posted 10' by Jacob do Bandolim, this collection of 78 rpm recordings is not listed as a career album, but as a collection:

The tracks to remember are:

1. Flor do Abacate (Álvaro Sandim "Santini") Choro
    78rpm: 80.0623 / Out/1949
2. Numa Seresta (Luiz Americano) Choro
    78rpm: 80.0667 / Jul/1950
3. Bonicrates de Muletas (Biliano de Oliveira) Choro
    78rpm: 80.0680 / Jul/1950
4. Saxofone Por Que Choras (Severino Rangel "Ratinho") Choro
    78rpm: 80.0931 / Mai/1952
5. Língua de Preto (Honorino Lopes) Choro
    78rpm: 80.0602 / Jul/1949
6. Dolente (Jacob do Bandolim) Choro
    78rpm: 80.0623 / Out/1949
7. Graúna (João Pernambuco) Choro
    78rpm: 80.0702 / Set/1950
8. Saudações (Otávio Dias Moreno) Choro
    78rpm: 80.0702 / Set/1950


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Jacob do Bandolim - Jacob Revivie Musicas de Ernesto Nazareth (1955)

RCA Victor BPL 3001

A 10' re edition of four 78 rpm recordings (catalogue numbers from 80.0900 to 80.0903) released on an album of the same name back in 1952. 

The tribute to composer Ernesto Nazareth consists of these compositions:

1. Atlântico (Ernesto Nazareth) Tanguinho
2. Nenê (Ernesto Nazareth) Tanguinho
3. Saudade (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa
4. Confidências (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa
5. Tenebroso (Ernesto Nazareth) Tanguinho
6. Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth) Tanguinho
7. Faceira (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa
8. Turbilhão de Beijos (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Maurice Monthier e Sua Grande Orquestra Vol.3 (1970)

London/Odeon LLB 1058


If you wonder about the New Year's start on the 14th of January, the explanation is simple: That's the date according to the Serbian, Russian etc calendar.

If you wonder now why I have not written Happy New Year using Cyrillic letters, the explanation is also simple: I have still not figured out how to install the language bar in my newly installed version of Ubuntu Studio O.S.

If you wonder who Maestro Maurice Monthier might be, the explanation is not so simple: I do not know much about him, except that his listed discogaphy consists of a series of around 8 career albums with the same title but with a different volume number.

If you wonder how Maurice's performance sounds, the answer is simple: Give these songs a listen and judge for yourself:

01. Ti Voglio Tanto Bene (Ernesto de Curtis / Domenico Furnó)
02. Airport Love Theme (Alfred Newman / Paul Francis Webster)
03. Marie Jolie (Evanghelos Papathanassiou / B. Bergman)
04. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head (Burt Bacharach / Hal David)
05. A Namorada Que Sonhei (Osmar Navarro)
06. Marie Blanche (G. Bonnet / P. A. Dousset)
07. Midnight Cowboy (John Barry)
08. Quem Sabe (Antônio Carlos Gomes / F. L. Bittencourt Sampaio)
09. I'l Catch The Sun (Rod McKuen)
10. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday (Bryan Wells / Ron Miller)
11. Gwendolyne (Julio Iglesias)
12. Hoje (Taiguara)


Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

MAURICE'S REAL NAME by denisst@ig.com.br: Pseudonimo do Maestro Carlos Monteiro de Souza.