Antonio Carlos Jobim - Festa
Cardoso, "Canção do Amor Demais", Festa
[Brazil] #6002 (1958).
Elizeth Cardoso, "Canção do Amor Demais", Festa/Movieplay FT 1801 (1998).[CD]
This album contains all arrangements by Jobim,
with Jobim also performing on piano. He also composed many of the
compositions (see tracklist).
Personnel: Elizeth Cardoso, vocal;
João Gilberto, guitar; Vidal, bass; Dom Um Romão,
drums; Copinha, flute; Edson Maciel, trombone; Irani Pinto, violin
(concertmaster); Nidia Soledade, cello; João Gilberto, Antonio
Carlos Jobim & Walter Santos, backing vocals.
From the liner notes of "A Trip to Brazil, Volume 1", producer Arnaldo De Souteiro wrote:"Officially considered the "first bossa nova recording," mostly because it [Chega de Saudade] was the first time Gilberto's guitar beat (from then on the official bossa beat) was heard, it had the impact of an atomic bomb on the Brazilian music scene. It is interesting to note that Cardoso, already recognized as one of Brazil's best singers ever, was never identified as a bossa singer, although she would record for the legendary Black Orpheus soundtrack, another bossa landmark (she is the non-credited singer on the original version of "Manha de Carnaval")."
Lenita Bruno e Orquestra,
"Por Toda Minha Vida", Festa #LDV 6.006. (1959).
Lenita Bruno e Orquestra, "Por Toda Minha Vida", Festa/Movieplay #FT-1802 (1999).[CD]
Music by Jobim; words by de Moraes.
Vocals by Lenita Bruno. Orchestra arranged and
conducted by Leo Peracchi.
Por Toda Minha Vida
Serenata do Adeus
Soneto de Separação
Valsa de Orfeu
Canção do Amor Demais
As Praias Desertas
Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar
Canta, Canta Mais
Cai a Tarde
Eu Não Existo Sem Vocé