Although all tracks on this Entré CBS para dançar compilation by Gallo have been already posted here (as they are taken from his first and second album) I can not resist the temptation to post it as first out of the just arrived package sent by Pedro & 300discos.
Dance once more to:
01. Adios Muchachos (César Vedani / Julio César Sanders)
02. When Lights Are Low (Carter / Williams)
Bop-tura (Dare You Bop) (Ray Ventura)
03. Luna Rossa (A. Avian / V. de Crescenzo)
04. Vola Colomba (Carlo Concina / Bruno Cherubini)
05. I Could Have Danced All Night (Alan Jay Lerner / Frederick Loewe)
06. I Love You Samantha (Cole Porter)
07. Esperame En El Cielo (Francisco Lopez Vidal "Paquito")
08. Espinita (Nico Jimenez)
09. Meet Mister Callaghan (Eric Spears)
10. Only You (Buck Ram / Ande Rand)
11. Lamento (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
Nosso Samba (Djalma Ferreira / Iza Ferreira)
Casa da Loló (Djalma Ferreira / José Bicalho)
GALLO'S BEST DANCE TRACKS
Créditos: Pedro & 300discos
Here is the second promised ultra-rarity sent to us by friend Fausto Neves:
The first career album (a 10' Lp) of Maestro Guerra Peixe bears the same name as the radio broadcast of Radio of São Paulo (1956) which was produced, directed and presented by Guerra-Peixe.
This album was two years later released by Decca France as:
Rythmes brésiliens / documents sonores recueillis par Max de Rieux au Brésil ???(© 1958)!!! Decca – France
Rythmes brésiliens, Bibliothèque nationale de France.
As you can see Max de Rieux went as far as to copyright other people's work in an arrogant colonial manner which throws a dark shadow upon him, the Bibliothèque nationale de France and Decca France.
Fausto Neves has included two documents (in English) inside this package, one with detailed explanations about this release, each song and another one about his favourite track and Rabeca as an instrument, which I recommend reading.
Here are just the basic facts:
Orchestra, choir and arrangements are under the direction of Guerra Peixe.
Lado A (Fxs. 1 - 4):
Vocal: Gilberto Alves, Sivuca, Leny Eversong e Coro
Instrumentais: José Passidono (Flautim)
Lado B (Fxs. 5 - 8):
Vocal: Catulo de Paula, Gilberto Alves, Nuno Roland e Coro
The tracks are:
1. Irmão Irmão (Tradicional / Rec. Rossini Tavares de Lima) Tambu
2. Jornada de Lapinha (Tradicional / Rec. Guerra Peixe) Pastoril
3. Caboclinhos (Guerra Peixe) Caboclinho
4. Nego Bole Sete (Guerra Peixe) Maracatu
5. De Viola a Rabeca (Guerra Peixe) Cantoria
6. Jurupanã (Autor Desconhecido) Coco
7. Eu Sentei Praça (Guerra Peixe / Manoel Antônio Franceschini) Jongo
1ª estrofe: Tradicional-Rec. Manoel Antônio Franceschini
2ª estrofe: Guerra Peixe)
8. Uniká-de-xangô (Tradicional / Rec. Guerra Peixe) Jongo
P.S. I just received from Fausto Neves also the Decca labels so I updated the package by adding them:
THE DEMOCRATIZED RHYTHMS
Créditos: Fausto Neves