Here we go on the last contribution made by my mother a couple of weeks ago, which is an album that I did not know the existence, featuring two important musicians, Orlando Silva, considered by many people (including Joao Gilberto) one of the greatest Brazilian singers of all time and Jacob do Bandolim, the master of bandolim playing, a well-known artist at Loronix. Let’s see.
This is Orlando Silva – O Eterno Seresteiro (1969), for RCA, featuring Orlando Silva backed by Jacob do Bandolim with Conjunto Epoca de Ouro. Little I know about this album, recorded in the same year Jacob do Bandolim has passed, if not the last, it is one of the latest albums recorded by Jacob. Conjunto Epoca de Ouro musicians and arrangers are not credited, but Rildo Hora is credited as artistic coordination and probably has some influence on arrangements. Tracks include.
01 - Serenata do Adeus (Vinicius de Moraes)
02 - Modinha (Jaime Ovalle / Manuel Bandeira)
03 - Falsa Felicidade (Paulo Medeiros)
04 - Misterioso Amor (Saint-Clair Sena)
05 - Volta Para o Meu Amor (Joubert de Carvalho / Tostes Malta)
06 - Um Novo Ceu (Ted Moreno / Fernando Cesar)
07 - Meu Companheiro (Orestes Barbosa / Francisco Alves)
08 - Vidro Vazio (Romualdo Peixoto "Nono" / Orestes Barbosa)
09 - Guacyra (Hekel Tavares / Juraci Camargo)
10 - Modinha (Sergio Bittencourt)
11 - Maringa (Joubert de Carvalho)