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Victor Silvester and His Ballroom Orchestra ‘Copacabana’ From the album ‘Victor Silvester’s Latin Carnival’ (Samba). Fernando Alvarez & Orquestra Xavier Cugat,1948,"Copacabana".
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Orchestra – Orquestra RCA Victor. The first stereo album in Brazil, according to some blogs specialized in Brazilian music of the 60's. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
The RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, sometimes also known as the Victor Symphony Orchestra, RCA Victor Salon Orchestra, the RCA Victor Orchestra and the RCA Orchestra, was an American studio orchestra founded in 1940 by the RCA Victor record label for the purposes of making recordings. Originally established in the 1920s as a salon orchestra based at Victor's headquarters in Camden, New Jersey, the group was created by longtime Victor staff conductor and arranger Nathaniel Shilkret
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Embalo Trio - Embalo Trio (1965) RCA Victor BBL 1352. Samba (1961) featuring Edgardo Luis 5. A Canção Que Virou Você (Luis Antônio) from the album Samba 40 Graus (1961) 6. Idéias Erradas (Ribamar – Dolores Duran) from the album Jazz & Bossa Nova (1960) 7. Foi a Noite (Antônio Carlos Jobim – Newton Mendonça) from the album Samba Geléia (1962) 8. Doralice (Dorival Caymmi – Antônio Almeida)from the album Samba 40 Graus (1961) featuring Geraldo. Ney 9. Nossa Felicidade (Edgardo Luis – Álvaro Franco) from the album Samba Geléia (1962) featuring Edgardo Luis 10.
Samba, of course, can be played aggressively and exuberantly, but the bossa nova recordings of the '60s approached samba in a subtle, relaxed, understated, cool jazz-minded fashion - and that is the sort of ambience that Neves favors on this pleasing album, which RCA Brazil reissued on CD in that country in 2001.
|A1||Batuque No Morro|
|A2||O Amor E A Rosa|
|A3||Brigas Nunca Mais|
|A4||Aquarela Do Brasil|
|A6||Agora É Cinza|
|B1||Exaltação À Bahia|
|B2||Samba De Uma Nota Só|
|B5||É Com Esse Que Eu Vou|
|B6||Teleco Teco Nº 2|
- Manufactured By – RCA Eletrônica Brasileira S.A.
- Arranged By – Carioca* (tracks: A3 to A6, B4, B5), Nelsinho* (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2, B3, B6)
- Directed By [Direção Musical] – Zaccarias
- Engineer [Direção Técnica] – Alberto Soluri
- Orchestra – Orquestra RCA Victor
NotesThe first stereo album in Brazil, according to some blogs specialized in Brazilian music of the 60's.
|AVS-3377||Zaccarias Y Su Orquesta*||Estereo Samba (LP)||RCA Victor||AVS-3377||Argentina||1961|
Performer: Orquestra RCA Victor
Date of release: 1961
Style: Latin Jazz
Size MP3: 1923 mb
Size FLAC: 1581 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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