Hello, Good Night! It seems that Hugo y Osvaldo LP has started a quest for Bossa Nova LPs from outside Brazil. Following Hugo y Osvaldo, we had yesterday Sexteto Electronico Moderno, from the same Uruguay, sent by Refer. Today we have the response from our friends in Argentina, by the way, what a great response and great contributor. This LP was sent by ROCKOLA, which is the owner of Recuerdos Musicales at http://rockolafree.com.ar alive before Loronix. If you are interested on Argentinean music from the 50's to 60's, Recuerdos Musicales is the place.
This is Horacio Malvicino - Brazilian Touch (1967), for Microfon, a nice guitar instrumental Bossa Nova album, by Horacio Malvicino, as far as I could search and according with ROCKOLA messages, a renowned Argentinean Jazz guitar player. Horacio Malvicino played for more then 40 years with the legendary Tango accordionist Astor Piazzolla. That's it, I'm having fun with these posts, and they were not planned and are being accomplished only by Loronixers contributions.
Horacio Malvicino AKA Alain Debray.
01 - So Danço Samba
02 - Saudade da Bahia
03 - Sal y Pimenta
04 - Tristeza
05 - Corcovado
06 - In the Mood
07 - O Pato
08 - Rosa Morena
09 - Divagando
10 - Samba de uma Nota Só
11 - Stella by Starlight
12 - Samba da Minha Terra
2 Reply to "Horacio Malvicino - Brazilian Touch (70's)"
cisalpino on Monday, 22 January, 2007
sensacional esse disco...que swing...
Thomas on Tuesday, 23 January, 2007
Brilliant! Sounds like a combination of the Tijuana Brass and the Ventures. But what do I know...(^x^)