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Title:

As Musicas de Baden Powell e Paulo Cesar Pinheiro
- Os Cantores da Lapinha

Cover: LP Brazil - front  /  back  /  label
LP Japan - front  /  back  /  insert  /  label
CD Brazil - front  /  back  /  booklet excerpt  /  disc  /  matrix
CD Japan - front  /  front w obi  /  back  /  sleeve  /  disc
Tracks:
  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
Group: Os Cantores da Lapinha
Musicians: Baden Powell (git, vcl)
Os Cantores da Lapinha (perc, vcl)
Guitar Model: Author 3 by luthier Reinaldo DiGiorgio
Year of performance: Studio CBD, Brazil, 1970
Producer & Crew: Direction and Producing: Joao Mello
Linernotes: Paulo César Pinheiro (Portuguese)
Fotos: Gil Prates
Artwork: Nilo Jorge
CD Booklet Notes: Tarik de Souza, 2003 (Portuguese)
Total Time 36:05 min.
Label: Elenco (Brazil)
Philips (Japan, 1972)
Universal Music (Brazil)
(New) Elenco (Universal Japan)
LP number: ME 63 (Brazil)
SFX-5007 (Japan)
CD number: 04400165422 (Brazil)
UICY-9446 (Japan)
UPC / EAN number: 044001654220 (Brazil)
4988005366405 (Japan)
Release Year: LP: 1970, Brazil
LP: 1972, Japan
CD: 25 June 2003, Brazil
CD: 21 July 2004, Japan
Also published in: O Mestre do Violao Brasileiro (CD-Box, Brazil, 2003)
Description: The second to last Baden Powell record by Elenco.
Last page update: 15 May 2017
Comments:  

BrazilOnGuitar says: In 1970 Baden Powell arranged and accompanied ten songs with the traditional percussion and vocal group "Os Cantores da Lapinha". 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 recording date is not known. We can only guess, that it was recorded in the beginning of 1970. In March 1970, Elizeth Cardoso recorded four compositions of the "As Musicas [...]" 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.

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