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As Músicas de Baden Powell e Paulo César Pinheiro
- Os Cantores da Lapinha

1970 - Os Cantores da Lapinha   1970 - Os Cantores da Lapinha
Recorded: February / March 1970, Studio CBD,
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
  1. Aviso Aos Navegantes
  2. Quaquaraquaqua (Vou Deitar E Rolar)
  3. Refem Da Solidao
  4. Carta De Poeta
  5. Lapinha
  6. E De Lei
  7. Falei E Disse
  8. Ponto
  9. Violao Vadio
  10. Samba Do Perdao
Musicians: Baden Powell (git, vcl)
Cyva & Cynara (vcl)
Ruy Faria, Magro (vcl)
Os Originais do Samba (perc, vcl)
Label: LP: Elenco ME 63 (Brazil, 1970)
CD: Universal Music 04400165422 (Brazil, 2003)

BrazilOnGuitar says: In 1970 Baden Powell arranged and accompanied ten songs with the traditional percussion group "Os Originais do Samba" and with the vocal Quartet "Os Cantores da Lapinha". "This Quartet was formed by Ruy and Magro (MPB-4) and Cynara and Cyva (Quarteto em Cy) especially for the recording of the album, on which, for contractual reasons, the four could not appear under their own names." This was the second to last Baden Powell record for Elenco. They are the best known songs by Baden Powell and Paulo Cesar Pinheiro and became standards. Only in 1977 he would turn again to this form of accompaning his own compositions.

The exact recording date is not known. BOG can only guess, that it was recorded between February-March of 1970. In March 1970, Elizeth Cardoso recorded four compositions for her record Falou e Disse. The accompaniment and arrangement was done by Baden Powell, who used a similiar conception, thus suggesting that the records were done at the same time. We thank Robert G. (Germany) for his translation and Edgard Pocas for his help.


Jornal do Brasil
24 Feb 1970, p.12

Revista do Rádio, No.1066
30 May 1970, p.42
Aurea never recorded this song. So it seems,
this is a prior notice for the upcoming record.

Intervalo, No.407
21 Oct 1970, p.43

Diario de Pernambuco
29 Nov 1970, p.38

Jornal do Brasil
8 Dec 1970, p.36

O Cruzeiro, No.51
15 Dec 1970, p.38

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