Dorival Caymmi

Canções Praieiras + Caymmi e Seu Violão (531004)

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Canções Praieiras + Caymmi e Seu Violão

Dorival Caymmi

Aquarela do Brasil

8436569192740

ABR 154381

531004

JAZZ

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CD 5,78 €



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With a career beginning in 1933, Brazilian singer/songwriter Dorival Caymmi (1914-2008) contributed to the birth of Brazil’s bossa nova movement. Several of his samba pieces, such as “Samba da Minha Terra,” “Doralice” and “Saudade da Bahia,” have become staples of Brazilian popular music. Equally notable are his ballads celebrating the fishermen and women of Bahia, including “Promessa de Pescador”. Presented here are two of his best albums in their entireties, Cançoes Praieiras, and Caymmi e seu Violâo, both of which find him singing his own compositions backing himself on guitar (the 1959 LP includes eight different versions of songs from the former one). Five previous songs on which he sings with larger bands have been added here as a bonus.

PERSONNEL:

DORIVAL CAYMI, vocals & guitar

Recorded in Rio de Janeiro, 1954

TRACKLIST:

01. Quem Vem Para Beira Do Mar [1954 Version]
02. O Bem Do Mar [1954 Version]
03. O Mar [1954 Version]
04. Canoeiro [1954 Version]
05. É Doce Morrer No Mar [1954 Version]
06. A Jangada A Voltou Só [1954 Version]
07. A Lenda Do Abaeté [1954 Version]
08. Saudades De Itapoan [1954 Version]
09. Canoeiro [1959 Version]
10. A Jangada Voltou Só [1959 Version]
11. Dois De Fevereiro
12. É Doce Morrer No Mar [1959 Version]
13. Coqueiro De Itapoan [Aka Saudades De Itapoan] [1959 Version]
14. O Mar [1959 Version]
15. O Vento 3
16. O Bem Do Mar [1959 Version]
17. Quem Vem Para Beira Do Mar [1959 Version]
18. A Lenda Do Abaeté [1959 Version]
19. Promessa De Pescador
20. Noite De Temporal
21. Rosa Morena *
22. Nunca Mais*
23. Nao Tem Soluçao*
24. Só Louco*
25. Sábado Em Copacabana*

Bonus Tracks: (21-25)
[from the LP Sambas de Caymmi]:
Dorival Caymmi (vc) with Orchesta, chorus & arrangements by Luiz Arruda Paes. Rio de Janeiro, 1955.