Here we go on the Para Dancar release of the day, featuring the first album of a group that was introduced with a contribution of the great Mauro R.V., which was not released at Loronix yet. The Seven Stars released three albums being Mauro's contribution their second. Let's check this first, making the one sent by Mauro later this month.
This is The Seven Stars - The Seven Stars (1959), for Discobras. Little I know about this Para Dancar group that delivers really beautiful renditions of American standards. The album is an LP, but the running time is short as if it is a 10-inch album, with 23 minutes. The back cover brings an introductory text of The Seven Stars with a delicious English translation that really worth to be reproduced here. Tracks include:
English Liner Notes
Here is a band that represents the American Popular Music: "The Seven Stars". For its wonderful style, the consistent play of execution and beauty of the music played.
Without intending to be classic, this band has one aim: amusement! So, this record gives a true impression of news, utilizing the popular style musicians of the American Music. Soon we will be whistling and singing these lovely songs, and also dancing under the sound of these melodies!
"The Seven Stars" is going to surprise the Brazilian record world and we believe the dancing public will give it its preference. Each musician shows a skilled technique; he does not just play. And this thrilling performance makes the dancer... feel like he is walking in the clouds... in a romantic touch!
If the record players listen carefully to "The Seven Stars" they will have a logical conclusion about an excellent band: there is, no doubt a Musical "Success"!
01 - Over The Rainbow (Harold Arlen / E. Y. Harburg)
02 - Get Out Of Town (Cole Porter)
03 - Lullaby Of Birdland (G. Shearing / B. Y. Forster)
04 - Dancers In Love (R. Anthony / D. Simpson)
05 - That Old Black Magic (J. Mercer / Harold Arlen)
06 - Bewitched (Rodgers / Hert)
07 - Temptation (N. H. Brown / A. Freed)
08 - Dancing In The Dark (A. Schwartz / H. Dietz)
09 - Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin)
10 - Stella By Starlight (N. Washington / V. Young)
11 - I've Got You Under In My Skin (Cole Porter)