Os Tincoãs - Os Tincoãs [1973 Odeon]
01. Deixa A Gira Gira
02. Lansã Mãe Virgem
03. Sabiá Roxa
05. Na Beira Do Mar
06. Raposa E Guará
07. Saudação Aos Orixás
08. Canto Pra Lemanjá
09. Capela Daajuda
11. A Força Da Jurema
12. Embola Embola
Been wanting to share this disc for quite some time. Just beautiful. 12 songs done in 27 minutes is my kind of record. Hats off to Odeon for directing it's studio wizards to hook this very sweet vocal trio up with all the loving care this set deserves. Very striped down sound here. Just guitar, conga and agogo and lovely three part vocal harmonies. I love this record very, very much. Very soothing and uplifting in its Earthiness. Very direct and simple songwriting here. Lovely song offerings to the Orishas. Bravo to Odeon for giving this humble secular set of songs the proper polish to let it shine in its simplicity. Lullibies to the elements of all creation. Give it a few spins and let it warm your soul with its simple joy. You won't be bored by this 27 minute recording. Trust me.
This record goes out to my dear friend Miranda. Thanks for listening to this one with me. You have great taste in music.
01. Subinde O Espigao (O ESPIGAO)
02. Teresa (CORRIDA DO OURO)
03. Planta Baixa (FOGO SOBRE TERRA)
04. Saque Saque (O PRIMEIRO AMOR)
05. Moco (O BOFE)
06. Supermanorla (SUPERMANOELA-ABERTURA)
07. Lucia Espararapo (O CAFONA)
08. Chega De Enganar A Nega (OSSOS DO BARAO)
09. Voce Tem Tempo (LINGUINHA)
10. Luzes, Camara, Acao (O CAFONA)
11. Nao Nasci Pra Jogador (BANDEIRA 2)
12. Garota De Aquarius (MINHA DOCE NARMORADA)
Here's a strange one. A whole LP of songs performed by Betinho from Television Novelas. Each song from a different TV movie.
This is truely one that I would suggest to hardcore Brasil collectors. A sweet little rarity shared from the collection of Greg C. Thanks Greg. Love this little record. Super nice!
File Under: MPB / Brasilian Pop
P.S. The guy must have had some talent to get all this soundtrack work? Also, you'd have to own 11 soundtracks to hear these songs, so this is a real treat! Whoever thought to compile these tracks into one disc had a brainstorm. This is my idea of a perfect Pop record! Flawless.
Stunning example of late 60's Bossa-Pop served up U.S. style by the Verve label. Great on every level. Superb songwriting. Excellent guitar work & vocals by Luiz. The icing on this already amazing session is Sivuca on accordion & scat vocals, so please listen for his work here. Not one wrong move on this session & that's the electric bass replacing the upright for this very fresh update of what Brasilian Jazz should sound like in 1967. This has real magic, charm & innocence. A light breeze of a session. Sway in the palms with Luiz, Sivuca & gang. Enjoy!
File Under: Bossa Jazz
P.S. Japanese Issue here & nicely re-mastered. This would sit nicely next to "Samba '68" by Marcos Valle for fans of that Verve session.