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Ely ArcoverdeBalanco Balanco Balanco ... CD
RGE/Discobertas (Brazil), New Copy ... About July 1, 2019
An amazing session of bossa organ grooves – and one of the few rare 60s sessions by keyboardist Ely Arcoverde! The record's done in a style that's similar to Ed Lincoln or Walter Wanderley's albums from the time – clean organ lines dancing over tight samba and bossa percussion – played by a small combo with a really driving edge that seems to set the organ notes on fire! But even better is a small vocal group that harmonizes with most of the tunes – mixing male and female voices with cascading lines that share a lot in common with Tamba Trio or Os Cariocas! The sound is really unique, and completely wonderful – dreamy 60s bossa at its best, carried out perfectly from start to finish! Titles include "Mas Que Nada", "Sambao", "Sambossa", "Amanhecendo", "Telefone", "Vagamente", "Coalhada", and "Negro". CD

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Ely ArcoverdeO Orgao Que Canta Sambas Vol 2 ... CD
RGE/Discobertas (Brazil), 1963. New Copy ... $18.99
Some of the weirdest, wildest organ work we've ever heard – and that's coming from folks with a record collection stuffed with Jack McDuff, Jimmy Smith, and even Sun Ra! Ely Arcoverde is a bit in the territory of Brazilian 60s organ contemporary Walter Wanderley – especially in the way that he mixes his melodies with samba rhythms – but he's also got a very different approach on the keyboard, and often uses the instrument to "sing" – in ways that are very much like the "canta" promised in the title! At some points, we'd swear that Ely was almost using an early variation of a vocoder – not that the sound is 80s, but that he gets this really cool "voice" out of the instrument – as it moves between percussion, occasional chorus vocals, and some nicely jazzy instrumentation. Titles include "O Morro Nao Tem Vez", "Cidade Maravilhosa", "Madame Fulana De Tal", "Samba Da Minha Terra", "Canta Maria", "Tem Bobo Pra Tudo", and "Agua Com Areia". CD

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✨✧ Ely ArcoverdeO Orgao Que Canta Sambas ... CD
RGE/Discobertas (Brazil), 1962. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Wonderfully weird bossa organ from the lesser-known Ely Arcoverde – a record that stands in nice contrast to better-known 60s Brazilian organ sessions from Walter Wanderley and Ed Lincoln! The rhythms are often in a samba mode – arranged by Waldemiro Lemke – but Ely's got a way of playing the organ that often makes the notes come out sideways – kind of watery and fluttery, with a really unique quality that shows up especially on the solos – where it feels like the organ is almost singing! Most numbers feature some sort of horn in the group – giving the tunes a good little punch – and titles include "Ta Hi", "Carinhoso", "Fechei A Porta", "Favela", "Marina", "Rosa Morena", "Helena Helena", and "Eu Nao Tenho Onde Morar". CD
 
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Os 3 MoraisOs 3 Morais (1967) ... CD
Som Maior/Discobertas (Brazil), 1967. New Copy ... $16.99
The first album we've ever seen from Os 3 Morais – a group who also issued material in the US under the name of Os Tres Brasileiros! Although most of the group's late 60s/early 70s sides are in a sophisticated bossa style, this work carries more echoes of mid 60s pop – not really the straight rock of the jovem guarda generation, but instead this really nice mix of jaunty arrangements and the group's great harmonies from their two guy/one gal lineup! Many tunes are of Anglo origin, but reworked through nice arrangements by Portinho and organist Ely Arcoverde – and titles include "Sunny", "La Muito Alem", "Folhas Verdes", "Estou Feliz", "ESo Eu E Voce", "O Recruta", and "A Turma". CD
 
 
 



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