Aécio Flávio Sexteto, Berimbau Trio, Quinteto Sambatida ‎– Música Popular Brasileira Em Expansão

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Festival (22) ‎– FLP - 2
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Cancão Do Sal
Vocals – Bituca*Written-By – Milton Nascimento
A2 Berimbau Trio Tamba
Written-By – Luiz Eça
A3 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Nanã
Written-By – Moacyr Santos*, Mario Telles*
A4 Berimbau Trio Chegança
Vocals – MariltonWritten-By – Edú Lobo*, Oduvaldo Viana*
A5 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Nuvens
Written-By – Durval Ferreira, Mauricio Einhorn
A6 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Arrastão
Written-By – E. Lobo*, Vinicius De Moraes
B1 Quinteto Sambatida Preciso Aprender A Ser Só
Vocals – Márcio JoséWritten-By – M. Valle*, P. R. Valle*
B2 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Terra de Ninguém
Written-By – Marcos Valle, Paulo Sérgio Valle
B3 Quinteto Sambatida Mensagem
Written-By – E. Prates
B4 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Joyce’s Samba
Written-By – D. Ferreira*, M. Einhorn*
B5 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Aleluia
Written-By – E. Lobo*, R. Guerra*
B6 Aécio Flávio Sexteto Waltema
Written-By – A. Flávio*

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“In 1965, the producer Ismael Correa was given a task by the Festival Label. He was to bring together on one LP, three of the most significant groups from the Minas Gerais instrumental Bossa Nova scene (unknown at the time on the Rio – São Paulo axis). It would be just a good compilation album, if it was not for the curious participation of the Berimbau Trio bass player, nicknamed Bituca who sang “Canção do Sal” with the sextet of the pianist Aécio Flávio. Later he changed back to his real name: Milton Nascimento.”

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (etched) / Side A): F2-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (etched) / Side B): F2-B

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