Another special post to a Loronixer recommendation that was really hard to manage and has finally comes to life. It took so long that I couldn’t remember who remind zecalouro on this LP.
Anyway, there is also a story behind it. Claudia Telles - Claudia Telles (1976) came by accident to zecalouro on his email@example.com address by the Loronixer Rogelio Centella. Rogelio received this LP from another dude known as Wilton - a very friend of Rogelio - that took this LP from the guy who plays bass on the sessions, the legendary Paulo Cesar Barros, member of Renato e Seus Blue Caps.
Hello, Paulo Barros, we do not know each other and zecalouro could not reach you to agree on this post. Since this is a out of print LP that Loronixers will love, everybody will run to the stores to get the available albums fro Claudia, which is really nice and compliant with Loronix value proposition. Thanks Paulo, it will be a honror to see your comments about this LP and inside information about the sessions you had with Claudia.
Let's talk about Claudia Telles, she is daughter of Sylvia Telles and this 1976 LP is her debut album. There are several tracks that were very successful by its release time, such like: Fim de Tarde, Eu Preciso te Esquecer and a nice version of And I Love Her, The Beatles.
The LP has sounds like the 70's - probably by the arrangements, piano and keyboard played by Lincoln Olivetti. zecalouro feels like being dragged back to his childhood times when listening to these songs. Really cool.