Saturday, December 15, 2007

Turma da Pilantragem - O Som da Pilantragem Nr. 2 (1969)

Hello! Good evening! I want to start this Saturday night with a repost dedicated to a very good Loronixer, her name is Candida Pires, from Rio de Janeiro and now living in Lisbon, Portugal. Candida is a big fan of the folks from Turma da Pilantragem and she asked for this repost a long time ago. I took me a lot of time until I find this album and I totally agree with Candida, the first issue was a real shame, scratchy and even annoying. Now we have improved cover scans, better ripping and the FLAC files alternative. I'm delivering the original text with slight modifications on style. Let's see.

This is Turma da Pilantragem - O Som da Pilantragem Nr. 2 (1969), for Polydor, the third LP from this legendary group lead by Nonato Buzar and featuring several artists, such as: Regininha, Dorinha Tapajós, Edinho, Malu, Fernando, Altair, Antonio Adolfo, Durval Ferreira, among many others. Instrumental arrangements are in charge of Antonio Adolfo with vocal arrangements by Severino Filho from Os Cariocas. Personnel listing is breathtaking from start to end including Ed Maciel, the already mentioned Durval Ferreira, Raul de Barros, Juarez and many others. Tracks include:


Antônio Adolfo
(piano, instrumental arrangements)
Severino Filho
(vocal arrangements)
Nonato Buzar
(production director)
Sergio Barroso
Victor Manga
Durval Ferreira
Mozarth, Wagner and Márcio
Juarez, Bijou and Ion Muniz
Hermes Mailton
Ed Maciel, Manoel Araújo and Raul de Souza

Tracks List

01 - Saveiros (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta) -- Saudades da Bahia (Dorival Caymmi) -- João Valentão (Dorival Caymmi) -- A Morte de Um Deus de Sal (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
02 - Pra Machucar Meu Coração (Ary Barroso) -- Carinhoso (Pixinguinha / João de Barro) -- Fuga (Durval Ferreira)
03 - Nega Maluca (Fernando Lobo / Evaldo Ruy) -- Mamãe Passou Açúcar Em Mim (Carlos Imperial) -- Se Eu Errei (Francisco Neto / Humberto de Carvalho / Edu da Rocha)
04 - Modinha (Sergio Bittencourt) -- Manias (Flávio Cavalcanti / Celso Cavalcanti) -- É Proibido Proibir (Caetano Veloso)
05 - Até Segunda-feira (Chico Buarque) -- Rosa Morena (Dorival Caymmi) -- Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
06 - O Meu Boi Morreu (Tradicional) -- Peguei Um Ita no Norte (Dorival Caymmi) -- Aurora (Roberto Roberti / Mário Lago)
07 - Dorinha (Fred Falcão / Paulinho Tapajós) -- Andança (Danilo Caymmi / Edmundo Souto / Paulinho Tapajós)
08 - Tém Dó (Baden Powell / Vinicius de Moraes)
09 - Zé Marmita (Luis Antônio / Brasinha) -- Jardineira (Benedito Lacerda / Humberto Porto) -- Colombina Iê-iê-iê (João Roberto Kelly / David Nasser)
10 - Chove Lá Fora (Tito Madi) -- Cansei de Ilusões (Tito Madi) -- Amor e Paz (Tito Madi)
11 - Hino do Fluminense (Lamartine Babo) -- Bom Tempo (Chico Buarque)
12 - Timidez (Nonato Buzar / William Prado) -- Atire a Primeira Pedra (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago)
13 - Serenô (Antônio Almeida)

Dolores Duran - A Noite de Dolores (1960)

Loronix last Dolores Duran album was a compilation released by Copacabana as part of their 30th anniversary celebration featuring Dolores Duran performances with new orchestral arrangements. We have been discussing how controversial is the introduction of new things on top of old and classical recording and I said that it would be better if Copacabana kept the original material instead of adding new elements. It is an amazing coincidence to find this album in the middle of this week, since it is exactly what Copacabana would make on the celebration album released in 1979, original Dolores Duran recordings. Now we have the awaited original recordings by Dolores Duran. Let's see.

This is Dolores Duran - A Noite de Dolores (1960), for Copacabana, featuring original Dolores Duran recordings. This is really worth checking, instead of well-known Dolores Duran compositions, the repertoire brings some obscure songs with Dolores Duran singing lyrics in Portuguese, French and Spanish. I think Copacabana took this amazing cover as the inspiration to the 1979 tribute, using the same flower theme, and this is the only thing in common with both releases. Maestros Mozart Brandao, Lindolpho Gaya, Pachequinho and Norbert Schultz are the arrangers, as indicated on track list. Tracks include:

01 - Carioca 1954 (Antonio Maria / Ismael Neto)
02 - Ave Maria Lola (Sergio G. Siaba)
03 - Sinceridad (O. Perez)
04 - Nigraj Manteloj (Coimbra) (Raul Ferrao / Jose Galhardo)
05 - Ma Cabane Au Canada (C. Conn / M. Brocey / L. Gaste)
06 - Canção da Volta (Antonio Maria / Ismael Neto)
07 - Outono (Billy Blanco)
08 - La Marie Vison (Marc Heyral / Roger Varnay)
09 - No Other Love (Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers)
10 - Ojos Verdes (Valverde / Leon / Quiroga)
11 - My Funny Valentine (R. Rodgers / L. Hart)
12 - Nossos Destinos (Luiz Vieira)

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Pery Ribeiro | Luiz Eca - Pra Tanto Viver (1986)

I agree with cvllos when he says this is one of the top ten albums available at Loronix and deserve a better approach. That's what I'm doing write now, improving each aspect of this fantastic record. FLAC files are now available, hi-res cover scans from front and back cover are being included, the additional info requested last year is now available with complete personnel listing and that sad problem with track 12 - Cancao que Morre no Ar is over. I agree that classics like this one deserves a reposting, however, these albums are really hard to find in an affordable price for my resources. Anyway, it does not matter, I had a great time hearing this album today and I'm sure you will have a high quality listening experience here. Let's see.

This is Pery Ribeiro | Luiz Eca - Pra Tanto Viver (1986), for Continental. Pery Ribeiro and Luiz Eca were really connected to each other at this great session. I'm also sure this is the best Pery Ribeiro album I have heard and probably one of the best Luiz Eca performances on recording. Take this album as a very special record; I think it never had a CD reissue, which is something hard to believe. Tracks include:


Pery Ribeiro

Luiz Eça

Luiz Alves, Zeca Assumpcao
Raphael Rabello, Jose Carlos
Wilson das Neves, Robertinho Silva, Carlinho Bala

Track List

01 - Por Causa de Você (Tom Jobim / Dolores Duran)
02 - Chega de Saudade (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
03 - Indecisão (Eduardo Prates / Alberto Gino)
04 - Curare (Bororó)
05 - Nossas Vidas (Herivelto Martins)
06 - Valsinha (Chico Buarque / Vinicius de Moraes)
07 - Pare de Me Arranhar (Márcio Proença / Darci de Paulo / Flávio / Marco Aurélio)
08 - Amargura (Radamés Gnattali / Alberto Ribeiro)
09 - Pra Tanto Viver (Pery Ribeiro)
10 - De Onde Vens (Dori Caymmi / Nelson Motta)
11 - Oferenda (Luis Eça / Lenita Plontzinski)
12 - Canção Que Morre no Ar (Carlos Lyra / Ronaldo Bôscoli)

Guimaraes e Seu Conjunto - Dancando com Papai Noel (1959)

Hello! Good Evening! This is the perfect example of a cover artwork that worth the entire album, no matter the music available inside. I have been looking at this cover the whole day and I cannot stop laugh on each new finding, just a couple of examples: 1) Why the guy is fixing the Christmas tree while Papai Noel (Santa Claus) is dancing with his wife?! What is the feeling of the daughter when she looks at her mother dancing with Papai Noel? I think she is astonished and proud of her. And what a weird Papai Noel they found to make this cover, thin, tall and with an unusual reclined position. Anyway, let's see what Guimaraes e Seu Conjunto delivers in terms of Christmas songs.

This is Guimaraes e Seu Conjunto - Dancando com Papai Noel (1959), for Internacional, featuring instrumental renditions of Brazilian and international Christmas songs in the Para Dancar style. I found this album inside the envelope and I'm very happy to be the first to spin it for the first time after 49 years. Tracks include:

01 - Noite Santa Silenciosa (Franz Gruber)
02 - Jingle Bells (Tradicional)
03 - Papai Noel (Irany de Oliveira / Edel Ney)
04 - Natal das Crianças (Blecaute)
05 - Lá Vem Papai Noel (Irany de Oliveira)
06 - Papai Noel (Heitor dos Prazeres)
07 - Boas Festas (Assis Valente)
08 - Natal Branco (Irving Berlin)
09 - Outros Natais (Cláudio Luis)
10 - É Noite de Natal (Hianto de Almeida / Haroldo D'Almeida)
11 - Natal Noite de Amor (Aldo Taranto)
12 - Natal de Nossa Terra (Homero Gelmini)

Gal Costa - Gal Canta Caymmi (1976)

Gal Costa performing Dorival Caymmi repertoire with arrangements by Joao Donato, Perinho Albuquerque and a constellation of top-notch Brazilian musicians. It is a nice introduction that explains everything about this album. I can remember this record when released in 1976; it helped a lot to make Dorival Caymmi music popular for a whole generation. Songs like 03 - Nem Eu and 07 - So Louco, especially this last one, had their definitive version with Gal Costa. Let's see.

This is Gal Costa - Gal Canta Caymmi (1976), for Philips, featuring ten selected Dorival Caymmi songs, produced by Perinho Albuquerque with arrangements by Perinho Albuquerque and Joao Donato. I got really excited this time and said everything at the first paragraph. Tracks include:


Joao Donato, Perinho Albuquerque
Chiquito Braga, Perinho Albuquerque, Roberto Menescal
(violao, guitar)
Aladim, Bira da Silva
Eneas Costa, Paulinho Braga
Luizao Maia, Fernando Leporace, Gabriel Jorge Bahlis, Novelli
Joao Donato, Antonio Adolfo
Ze Roberto Bertrami

Track List

01 - Vatapá (Dorival Caymmi)
02 - Festa de Rua (Dorival Caymmi)
03 - Nem Eu (Dorival Caymmi)
04 - Pescaria (Canoeiro) (Dorival Caymmi)
05 - O Vento (Dorival Caymmi)
06 - Rainha do Mar (Dorival Caymmi)
07 - Só Louco (Dorival Caymmi)
08 - São Salvador (Dorival Caymmi)
09 - Peguei Um Ita no Norte (Dorival Caymmi)
10 - Dois de Fevereiro (Dorival Caymmi)

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Livio Salles - Livio Salles e Seu Piano | Dance com Livio Salles (1957)

Hello, good evening! After a long hiatus, here we go on a record in the "Para Dancar" style, courtesy of Mauro R.V., very good friend of zecalouro and a gifted hunter. This album is the first Brazilian LP released by Columbia in the 12-inch format, as Columbia LPCB 40001. This is history and I think Mauro R.V. did not realize this fact. Let's see.

This is Livio Salles - Livio Salles e Seu Piano | Dance com Livio Salles (1957), for Columbia. Little I know about Livio Salles and according with my searches he recorded only this album for Columbia. Livio Salles delivers piano renditions of Brazilian songs, backed only by a rhythm section. Thanks Mauro R.V. for this really nice contribution. Tracks include:

01 - Carrossel (Nélio Ortiz)
02 - Depois das Três (Nélio Ortiz)
03 - Falam Meus Olhos (Fernando César / Nazareno de Brito)
04 - Biruta (Castro Perret / Amado Regis)
05 - Valsa de Uma Cidade (Ismael Netto / Antônio Maria)
06 - Velho Gagá (Fernando César)
07 - Mudou Pra Melhor (Hianto de Almeida / Chico Anísio)
08 - Até Você (Armando Nunes)
09 - Que Bom Seria (Zé Violão)
10 - História de Un Amor (C. Almáran)
11 - Lamento Noturno (Newton Teixeira)
12 - Só Tu (Renato César)

Marcio Montarroyos

É com pesar que o Loronix comunica o falecimento de Marcio Montarroyos, um dos maiores instrumentistas brasileiros. Márcio tocou ao lado de grandes nomes como Antonio Carlos Jobim, Sergio Mendes, Hermeto Pascoal, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan e Stevie Wonder. Deixo disponível para nossa comunidade um vídeo enviado por Luiz Harding com Marcio Montarroyos e Wagner Tiso.

Baden Powell - E de Lei (1972)

Every Baden Powell album is a very solid listening experience and some - in my humble opinion - are truly masterpieces. E de Lei (1972), follows in the second case, I have no doubt this is one of the nicest Baden Powell albums I have heard so far. It is the last Baden Powell record with his favorite singer, Janine de Valeyne, and perhaps Baden Powell knew it, since he gives a lot of space to Janine de Valeyne very sophisticated vocals. Baden Powell delivers a great performance and I strongly recommend that everybody takes this album as a something really special. Let's see.

This is Baden Powell - E de Lei (1972), for Philips, presented here by the first Brazilian vinyl pressing. The session features a quartet with Baden Powell violao, bass, percussion and drums. This is the kind of release that explains by itself, flawless music and flawless performance by one of the greatest Brazilian musicians ever. Tracks include:


Baden Powell
(violao, vocal)
Janine de Valeyne
Ernesto Ribeiro Goncalvez
Joaquim Paes Henrique
Alfredo Bessa

Track List

01 - Até Eu (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
02 - Petite Waltz (Baden Powell)
03 - Violão Vagabundo (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
04 - Conversa Comigo Mesmo (Baden Powell)
05 - Blues à Volonté (Baden Powell / Janine de Waleyne)
06 - Sentimentos Se Você Pergunta Nunca Vai Saber (Baden Powell)
07 - É de Lei (Baden Powell / Paulo César Pinheiro)
08 - Canto (Baden Powell)

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Varios Artistas - Isto e Musicanossa! (1968)

Hello, good evening! This album is being reposted for a very special reason, if you take a look at the comment section your will see that Iracema Werneck, which is one of the main performers, has joined our community and is pleased to see her album available here. Iracema Werneck engaged Musicanossa movement, being also an active performer on several Festivais da Cancao in the 60's. It is a pleasure to have Iracema Weneck at our community and also to hear from her that she still active as a singer and composer, now living at Conservatoria city, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. If you have the chance to spend a time at Conservatoria, meet Iracema Weneck and all others musicians from the city known as "A Cidade das Serestas".

This is Isto e Musicanossa! - Various Artists (1968), for Rozenblit, featuring Johnny Alf, Novelli, Conjunto 3-D, Iracema Werneck, Henrique Beni, Mario Telles, Mauricio Einhorn and Neide Mariarrosa on twelve tunes, arranged by Johnny Alf (tracks 01 and 07), Antônio Adolfo (tracks 02, 03, 09 and 11), Roberto Menescal (tracks 04 and 12), Ugo Marotta (tracks 05, 06 and 10) and Lindolfo Gaya (track 08). I invite Iracema Werneck to use our comment section to drop a few words about this album and her participation on Musicanossa movement. Tracks include:

The Performers

Iracema Werneck
Johnny Alf
Conjunto 3-D
Henrique Beni
Mario Telles
Mauricio Einhorn
Neide Mariarrosa

Track List

01 - Samba do Retorno (Johnny Alf) - Johnny Alf e Seu Sexteto Contraponto
02 - Alegria de Carnaval (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) - Novelli / Conjunto 3-D
03 - Rosa Branca (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) - Iracema Werneck
04 - Rema (Roberto Menescal / Richter) - Henrique Beni
05 - Maria da Favela (Marcos Valle / Paulo Sergio Valle) - Mário Telles
06 - Alvorada (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa / Luis Fernando Freire) - Maurício Einhorn
07 - Eu e a Brisa (Johnny Alf) - Johnny Alf e Seu Sexteto Contraponto
08 - Pobre Morro (Gilberto Barcellos) - Neide Mariarrosa
09 - Tema Triste (Antônio Adolfo / Tibério Gaspar) - Iracema Werneck
10 - Sistema (Maurício Einhorn / Arnaldo Costa / Marcos Versiani) - Maurício Einhorn
11 - O Brilho da Faca (Novelli / Paulo Sergio Valle) - Conjunto 3-D / Novelli
12 - Nós (Candinho / Luis Fernando Freire) - Henrique Beni

Os Poligonais - Os Poligonais (1964)

My mobile carrier made a offer to change my phone for another, no charge, they said I could pick the one I like most inside a limit of price. I did not decline the offer and now I'm the happy owner of a big mobile phone with GPS, Bluethoot, Camera, Video and MP3! Really nice, such like an iPod. So I decided to put some Loronix music inside it and my first choice was this album. When I took it for a first hearing, I decided to make another rip. I like this album. Naturally, this new ripping needs to appear at Loronix first page and I hope you appreciate this new version of this fantastic record. Let's see.

This is Os Poligonais - Os Poligonais (1964), for RCA Victor. Os Poligonais members are not professional musicians; each one has an occupation, as described at personnel listing. I don't know if they became professional musicians later or just made this album and the second and last one for Farroupilha Label. Anyway, I'm not a specialist on Jazz, but I think if every Jazz record has this positive and beautiful atmosphere, I will become a Jazz aficionado very soon. Tracks include:


Vicente Salvia
Student, graduating on 1st year of Engineering
Vidal Sbrighi
Student, graduating on Medicine
(sax tenor, clarinet and flute)
Edmar Tomy
Commercial Director of a industry in Sao Paulo
Alvaro Galati
Store owner
Pedro dos Santos Eduardo
Works to Brazilian Government Administration

Track List

01 - Céu e Mar (Johnny Alf)
02 - Vira Bossa (Vidal Sbrighi / Vicente Salvia)
03 - Amor Centrífugo (Vidal Sbrighi / Edmar Tony / Vicente Salvia)
04 - Ah Se Eu Pudesse (Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
05 - Ilha das Flores (Vidal Sbrighi / Vicente Salvia)
06 - Uala Ualalá (Jorge Ben "Jorge Benjor")
07 - Só Vou de Balanço (João Roberto Kelly)
08 - Interrogação (Vicente Salvia)
09 - Piper (Vidal Sbrighi)
10 - Fuga (Durval Ferreira)
11 - 1º de Abril (Vidal Sbrighi / Edmar Tony)
12 - Amor Em Paz (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)

Monday, December 10, 2007

Maria Bethania e Caetano Veloso - Ao Vivo (1978)

It was very hard to decide this closing post. We have been on a safe course of posts and reposts of classic albums from the golden age of Bossa Nova, such like yesterday's Alaide Costa and previous Quarteto em Cy with Tamba Trio, Nara Leao and Edu Lobo with Tamba Trio, anthological albums by legendary artists. However, it is now time to advance a decade and check something very solid from the 70's. I hope you get pleased with my choice, as I got really amazed with Maria Bethania live performance when I took this album for a spin this afternoon, and she duets with his well-known brother, Caetano Veloso. Let's see.

This is Maria Bethania & Caetano Veloso - Ao Vivo (1978), for Philips, recorded live in Canecao nightclub, Rio de Janeiro. I saw several Caetano Veloso concerts and I could remember this one. This is such like a rehearsal between brothers in their places. My highlight goes to 07 - Leaozinho, perhaps I was used with Caetano Veloso interpretation for this song and Maria Bethania just turns it on a new experience. Philips credited musicians in the set. Tracks include:


Tomaz Improta
Rosinha de Valenca
Perinho Albuquerque
Jamil Joanes
Juarez Araujo
(sax, flute)
Paulinho Braga
Monica Millet

Track List

01 - Tudo de Novo (Caetano Veloso) - Maria Bethânia e Caetano Veloso
02 - Carcará (João do Vale / José Cândido) - Caetano Veloso
03 - João e Maria (Chico Buarque / Sivuca) - Maria Bethânia e Caetano Veloso
04 - Número Um (Mário Lago / Benedito Lacerda) - Caetano Veloso
05 - Maria Bethânia (Capiba) - Caetano Veloso
06 - O Que Tinha de Ser (Tom Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes) - Maria Bethânia
07 - O Leãozinho (Caetano Veloso) - Maria Bethânia
08 - Meu Primeiro Amor (Lejania) (H. Gimenez / Vrs. José Fortuna / Vrs. Pinheirinho) - Caetano Veloso e Maria Bethânia
09 - Falando Sério (Maurício Duboc / Carlos Colla) - Maria Bethânia
10 - Reino Antigo (Rosinha de Valença / Maria Bethânia) Adeus Meu Santo Amaro (Caetano Veloso) - Maria Bethânia e Caetano Veloso
11 - Maninha (Chico Buarque) - Caetano Veloso e Maria Bethânia
12 - Doce Mistério da Vida (Ah Sweet Mystery Of Life) (V. Herbert / Vrs. Alberto Ribeiro) - Maria Bethânia e Caetano Veloso

Sunday, December 09, 2007

the POP's - Na Base do Iê, Iê, Iê (1966)

Hello, good evening! I'm really surprise with the feedback given by other bloggers and website owners to the last Christmas album by The Pop's - Feliz Natal (1969). Friends like Cool-Mo-Dee, Can't Get it Out of my Head and FaLaLaLaLa created posts about The Pop's Christmas album. By the way, FaLaLaLaLa is a great website that has a special mission; to preserve the memories of Christmas vinyl past and every end of year comes with great things. That's why I'm making The Pop's debut LP, requested by many Loronixers. Let's see.

This is the POP's - Na Base do Iê, Iê, Iê (1966), for Equipe, featuring instrumental rock renditions of Brazilian standards, Beatles and their own compositions, featuring also two nice medleys with Cirandas and Iê, Iê, Iê music, according with the POP's definition. The back cover brings credits to the POP's members, a quartet of bass, guitar, rhythm guitar and drums, as described at personnel listing. Tracks include:

the POP's

Silvio Jose
(guitar, zecalouro says: supposed to be the bassist)
J. Cesar
(guitar solo)
(rhythm guitar)

Track List

01 - ''Seleção Iê-iê-iê'' Eu Sonhei Que Tu Estavas Tão Linda (Lamartine Babo / Francisco Matoso) Maria (Ary Barroso / Luis Peixoto) Linda Flor (Luis Peixoto / Henrique Vogeler) Saudades da Bahia (Dorival Caymmi) Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (Ataulfo Alves / Mário Lago) Casinha Pequenina (Tradicional) As Pastorinhas (João de Barro / Noel Rosa)
02 - Solidão (Julio César)
03 - Atravessando o Rei Wersey (Madson)
04 - Quero Que Vá Tudo Pro Inferno (Roberto Carlos / Erasmo Carlos)
05 - Te Esperarei (R. Gianco / Pieretti)
06 - Meu Sonho (Julio César)
07 - Hit Pop (Julio César)
08 - I Need You (Harrison)
09 - ''Ciranda Iê-iê-iê'' Roda Pião (Tradicional) Terezinha de Jesus (Tradicional) Ciranda Cirandinha (Tradicional) O Cravo Brigou Com a Rosa (Tradicional) Eu Sou Pobre Pobre Pobre (Tradicional)
10 - Inspiração (Julio César)
11 - I've Got Sand In My Shoes (Resnick / Young)
12 - Trovoada (Julio César)

Jair Rodrigues - Jair (1967)

I have been skipping this album every Saturday. I always thought Loronix had several Jair Rodrigues albums and I decided to check today how many are available and I could Find It only four albums. Jair Rodrigues is really appreciated, deserving a better coverage at Loronix. He released more than 30 LPs on a career that started in the early 60's and spans decades. By the way, today is Saturday and it is Samba time at Loronix. Let's see.

This is Jair Rodrigues - Jair (1967), for Philips, released just after a very successful series of three albums recorded with Elis Regina, Dois Na Bossa volumes 1, 2 and 3. Jair (1967) never had a CD reissue and little I know about it, Philips did not credit musicians and arrangers. Tracks include:

01 - Triste Madrugada (Jorge Costa)
02 - Camará Ê (João Mello / Lindolfo Gaya)
03 - Onda Jovem (Aldacir Louro)
04 - Meus Cabelos Estão Pintando (José Messias)
05 - Flor da Avenida (César Roldão Vieira)
06 - Velho Realejo (Custódio Mesquita / Sady Cabral)
07 - Vela Branca (Adilson Godoy)
08 - Canção Para Maria (Paulinho da Viola / Capinan)
09 - Casa Santa (Paulo da Cunha)
10 - Aroeira (Geraldo Vandré)
11 - Modinha (Geraldo Vandré)
12 - O Vendedor de Puxa-puxa (Alberto Paz / Édson Menezes)