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Grande Baile Vol. 1 - Disco 2

Discastro GED - 1002

The second gem out of the Grande Baile box.

With:

01. Cerveja (Boots Brown) - Star Boys
02. Matilda (Harry Thomas) - Conjunto de Fred e Richard
03. Se Acaso Você Chegasse (L. Rodrigues / F. Martins) - Casé e Conjunto
04. Recado (Djalma Ferreira / L. Antonio) - Willy King e Conjunto
05. E Daí (Miguel Gustavo) - Rúben e Conjunto
06. Cote D'Azur (V. Silvester / E. Wilson) - Willy King e Conjunto
07. Abismo (Anisio Silva) - Paolo Mezzaroma e Orquestra
08. Sonhando Contigo (A. Silva / F. Guimarães) - Conjunto de Fred e Richard
09. Tea For Two (V. Youmans / I. Caesar) - Rúben e Conjunto
10. Carinho E Amor (Tito Madi) - Casé e Conjunto
11. Ave Maria (V. Paiva / J. Redondo) - Robledo e Conjunto
12. El Choclo (Villodo / Discepolo / Catan) - Papi Bernal e Conjunto 

BOX GRANDE BAILE VOL. 2

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos  

DISCASTRO by Brasilliance:

This album series is a mystery as Discastro, probably a subsidiary, is a label extremely hard to research. There are at least five volumes of this series, all with very similar though great art work.

Research gives the impression that Vol. 1, 2 and 5 feature colourful mixes of musicians while Vol. 3 and 4 feature only pianist Ruben and sax player Casé. In fact, at least two volumes were issued with different covers and track lists:

LINK 1,      LINK 2,      LINK 3,      LINK 4

Casé’s fine renditions of Carinho e Amor and Se Acaso Você Chegasse presented on this volume are in fact the ones from his 1960 album Samba Irresistível. Therefore, I assume that Grande Baile is a compilation series of previously issued recordings, maybe mixed with unreleased material. I don’t remember when or where but I once found a source claiming that Grande Baile Vol. 3 was released in 1966.

However, this is a series sporting splendid art work on the outside and pleasing sounds on the inside.

2 comments:

  1. Is this a gatefold sleeve?

    This album series is a mystery as Discastro, probably a subsidiary, is a label extremely hard to research. There are at least five volumes of this series, all with very similar though great art work.

    Research gives the impression that Vol. 1, 2 and 5 feature colourful mixes of musicians while Vol. 3 and 4 feature only pianist Ruben and sax player Casé. In fact, at least two volumes were issued with different covers and track lists:
    http://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/MLB-707721889-grande-baile-2-star-boys-bassabessa-outros-discastro-raro-_JM
    http://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/MLB-712923757-grande-baile-4-ruben-e-conjunto-case-outros-discastro-raro-_JM
    http://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/MLB-722703181-lp-grande-baile-discastro-4-conjunto-fred-richard-star-boys-_JM
    http://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/MLB-712921521-grande-baile-5-conjunto-bossabessa-star-boys-discastro-_JM

    Casé’s fine renditions of Carinho e Amor and Se Acaso Você Chegasse presented on this volume are in fact the ones from his 1960 album Samba Irresistível. Therefore, I assume that Grande Baile is a compilation series of previously issued recordings, maybe mixed with unreleased material. I don’t remember when or where but I once found a source claiming that Grande Baile Vol. 3 was released in 1966.

    However, this is a series sporting splendid art work on the outside and pleasing sounds on the inside.

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