Friday, May 02, 2008

Irany Pinto, Jose Menezes, Moacyr Silva, & Sivuca - 4 Azes em HI-FI (1958)

Hello, good evening! I have been away from Loronix in the past two days, but at the same time, I have never been so close to Loronix, acting behind the scenes and accelerating the work of reactivation of broken links. I have good news. Everything is working until October 15 2006 and from a grand total of 100 weeks, 79 are completed fixed up. I estimate additional 7 or 10 days to fix all weeks, and then Loronix should go back to business as usual. I think it is important to keep everybody informed about our progress. Don't miss the Restoration Status Panel, always close to the first post.

Don't miss also this truly amazing release, another album sent by Jorge Mello to our community. Let's see.

This is Irany Pinto, Jose Menezes, Moacyr Silva, & Sivuca - 4 Azes em HI-FI (1958), for Copacabana. I think this cover and the musicians in this session make leads my writing to something not necessary, but I would like to say this album is not a compilation, they perform together across the whole session, with highlights to each one at specific tracks. Tracks include:


Irany Pinto
Jose Menezes
Moacyr Silva
(tenor sax)

Track List

01 - Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Domenico Modugno / Pazzaglia Franco Migliacci) - MOACYR SILVA
02 - Violão Em Samba (José Menezes) - SIVUCA
03 - Zitto-zitto-zitto (Armando Romeo) - IRANY PINTO
04 - Guerra Sem Paz (José Menezes / Jorge Murad) - JOSE MENEZES
05 - Quero-te Assim (Tito Madi) - MOACYR SILVA
06 - Dizzy Fingers (Z. Confrey) - SIVUCA
07 - Choro na Gafieira (João Leal Brito ''Britinho'') - JOSE MENEZES
08 - Nas Alterosas (João Leal Brito ''Britinho'') - IRANY PINTO
09 - Concerto D'autunno (Bargoni / Danpa / P. Slegel) - MOACYR SILVA
10 - O Samba da Cidade (Vicente Paiva / Chianca de Garcia) - SIVUCA
11 - Nós Quatro (José Menezes) - JOSE MENEZES
12 - In The Blue (Paul Nero) - IRANY PINTO


Anonymous said...

Good morning Zecalouro,

thank you and all Loronixers for your impressive work.

Just a suggestion: "Nel blu dipinto di blu", featured in this record and probably the most widely known Italian song ever, was written by Domenico Modugno (music) and Franco Migliacci (lyrics). Riccardo Pazzaglia, named in the track list, wrote other songs with Modugno but not this one.

I know how much important is for all of you to give proper credits to songwriters and musicians: this is the only reason why I have allowed myself this comment.

Please, keep on revealing treasures to the world.
Thank you again.

Anonymous said...

Na composição "Nós Quatro" de José Menezes, observo claramente a influencia de Garoto. Este foi parceiro e mestre de Menezes por muitos anos, tendo atuado com ele em alguns programas na Rádio Nacional, como "Ao Som das Violas", "Nada Além de Dois Minutos" e "Noite de Estrelas".
Neste último programa eles formaram com Chiquinho do Acordeom um fantástico trio!

Fidels Eyeglasses said...

This is a killer session... all four of them swing individually as well as together. Amazing.
Thanks for posting it.
Great cover and as always... great scan.