Home / Tag Archives: 1940s – 1970s

Tag Archives: 1940s – 1970s

Luís Reis

A self-taught musician, Luís Reis learned to try out the piano, electric guitar, drums, and pandeiro. His biggest strikes were created with Haroldo Barbosa, “Palhaçada” (documented by Miltinho), “Not reallyícia de Jornal,” and “Nossos Momentos.” His music were documented by Elizeth Cardoso, Chico Buarque (“Not reallyícia de Jornal”), Nana Caymmi …

Read More »

Anísio Silva

Anísio Silva was probably one of the most popular performers in Brazil, saving up to 37 albums (among 78s and LPs) from 1956 to 1968. He relocated with his family members to upstate São Paulo when he was youthful, soon pursuing to the administrative centre, where he worked well like …

Read More »

Len Barnard

b. Leonard Arthur Barnard, 23 Apr 1929, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. After playing drums in the family members band, Barnard created his personal traditional jazz music group in the past due 40s. This music group, among the first Australian groups to create jazz information, was so well-known that it continued to …

Read More »

Nathan “Dambuzza” Mdledle

Nathan “Dambuzza” Mdledle played a significant function in the evolution of South Africa’s music. As the first choice from the Manhattan Brothers, Mdledle dominated South Africa’s music graphs of the past due ’40s and ’50s. Alongside the group, he made an appearance frequently on South African tv. In 1958, he …

Read More »

Monsueto

Monsueto’s profession had 2 times: he began to be successful in the first ’50s with tracks like “Me personally Deixa em Paz,” “Mora na Filosofia,” “Mulher de Mau Pensar,” and “A Fonte Secou,” recorded by performers want Linda Batista and Marlene. In 1966, Maria Bethânia documented “Mora na Filosofia,” accompanied …

Read More »

Carlos Alas del Casino

Having a name that appears like the lament of the Spanish gambler, Carlos Alas del Casino helped popularize the guajira design of tango in his native Cuba before fleeing to Miami in the ’60s in the height of tensions between Fidel Castro and america. The ensuing American cultural affects may …

Read More »

Paulo Soledade

The composer Paulo Soledade had success using the marcha “Estrela do Mar” (written with Marino Pinto), recorded by Dalva de Oliveira; the marcha-rancho “Estão Voltando as Flores,” documented by Helena de Lima; “Insensato Coração” (created with Antônio Maria); “Já é Noite” (created with Fernando Lobo); “Sonho Desfeito” (created with Tom …

Read More »

Fafá Lemos

Fafá Lemos was a significant Brazilian musician in the ’40s through the ’70s. A violin virtuoso employed by the most important radio place (Nacional, that was intensely financed with the nationalist federal government of Obtainúlio Vargas), he used virtually all from the Brazilian superstars of those situations, documented a great …

Read More »

Helena de Lima

Her biggest hit was “Verdade Da Vida” (Concessa Lacerda/Raul Mascarenhas), that was contained in the LP Uma Noite Zero Cangaceiro (1964) and recorded live in the Cangaceiro nightclub. She also got achievement with “Oitavo Botequim” (Luiz Antonio) as well as the marcha-rancho “Estão Voltando As Flores” (Paulo Soledade). In 1940, …

Read More »

Isaurinha Garcia

Among the highly popular performers in the ’40s and ’50s throughout Brazil, Isaurinha Garcia recorded more than 50 rpm and a lot more than 10 LPs during her profession. The initial Rainha perform Rádio Paulista (Queen of São Paulo’s Radio), in 1953, Garcia got strikes in the ’40s with “Aperto …

Read More »