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St. Julian Samba Showdown 22 by J Thyme '09 - 161 mb - 320 kbps (reup) May '10


For those that downloaded this back in August of '09, please try this update.
I had a little few problems with the quality of some of the tracks on this volume & have reupped this with track fixes. With all the love I can gather for my undying devotion to Musica Popular Brasillia. Just when I think my collection can yield no more...Voilà.

St. Julian Samba Showdown 22 by J Thyme '09

01. Só Quem Cantou Fui Eu - Os Originais do Samba (1977)
02. Garota De Copacabana - Edson Frederico (1975)
03. Choro Chorao - Ademilde Fonseca (1975)
04. Toro de Lagrimas - Antônio Carlos & Jocafi (1974)
05. Depois Eu Digo - Abilio Manoel (1972)
06. Rosa Tristeza - Batatinha (1976)
07. Ouro Desça Do Seu Trono / Mil Réis - Candeia (1978)
08. Regra Tres - Dóris Monteiro (1972)
09. Só Queria Saber - Bebeto (1975)
10. Pode Guardar As Panelas - Paulinho Da Viola (1979)
11. Saco De Feijão - Beth Carvalho (1977)
12. Aliás - Ismael Silva (1973)
13. Nana Roxa - Manezinho Araújo (1974)
14. É Com Esse Que Eu Vou - Pedro Caetano (1974)
15. O Homem Sem Mulher Não Vale Nada - Caçulinha (1975)
16. Estória De Um Sambista - Germano Mathias (1968)
17. Triste Margarida (Samba Do Metrô) - Adoniran Barbosa (1975)
18. Malvadeza Durão - Zé Ketti (1973)
19. Não Pise No Meu Calo - Cyro Aguiar (1975)
20. Cuidado - Conjunto a Voz do Morro (1966)
21. Noticia - Nelson Cavaquinho (1972)
22. Cheguei Pra Ficar - Dominguinhos (1976)
23. Miradouro - Paulo Diniz (1973)
24. Eu Vou Pra Lá - Geraldo Filme (1980)

P.S. I dedicate this volume to my two favorite blogs over the past few years, Abracadabra LP's do Brasil & Toque Musical.
My favorite track on this volume is track 12 "Aliás" by Ismael Silva with it's very crisp hi-hat work, so listen for that element. Also, track 3 "Choro Chorao" by Ademilde Fonseca is an amazing example of the Choro style. Very different & what a voice. Miss Fonseca's talent stretches 25 years before this date, so she has the power of experience in her stylings.

5 comments:

  1. The Maestro has done it again. Thanks a lot! :-)

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  2. Great, thanks for all these Showdowns!

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  3. wow - another treat! the Edson Frederico and Abilio Manoel albums there are 2 personal faves - also VERY hard to find...

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  4. Paul, these compilations would not have been a possibility 10 years ago. Having some of these rips helps piece together a very complex puzzle. Also starting to really fall in love with that Paulo Diniz '73 set. Thank you Jörn & Ian.

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  5. Thanks a lot ... one more time!

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