Tenor sax player Al Quincas with and without Os Copacabana can be found in this and the other reality, but the Lp I have the chance to present now, I can not remember having even seen anywhere before.
In the linear notes written by Lucio Rangel you may read all you wanted to know about Coleman Hawkins but were afraid to ask and he even adds a few lines about Al Quincas and this album, so I suggest (as usual in such cases) to read it.
Anyway, para dançar is my choice of instrumental music, unfortunately almost impossible to find performed nowadays, so I suggest (as usual in such cases) to enjoy it preferably on the dance floor, but an easy chair and speakers will also do the job needed to enjoy:
01. O Apito no Samba (Luiz Bandeira / Luis Antônio)
02. Rico Vacilon (Rosendo Ruiz)
03. Tenderly (Walter Gross / Jack Lawrence)
04. Vai Astor (Vadico)
05. Torero (Renato Carosone / Nisa)
06. Pigalle (G. Ulmer)
07. Jambrando (José Marinho)
08. El Reloj (Roberto Cantoral)
09. Harlem Nocturne (Earle Hagen / Dick Rogers)
10. Natureza Bela (Felisberto Martins / Henrique Mesquita)
11. Andalucia (Ernesto Lecuona)
12. La Vie En Rose (Pierre Louiguy / Edith Piaf)
Créditos: Pedro & 300discos