João Donato - Odeon (continued)
João Donato, "Quem
É Quem", Odeon #SMOFB 3785 (1973).[Original LP]
João Donato, "Quem É Quem", Odeon #8291242 (2002).[Odeon 100th Anniversary CD Reissue]
Originally recorded in
[2002 CD reissue pictured above. This disc is part of the Odeon 100 yr. anniversary series.]
All songs are sung by Donato, chorus, or
Personnel: João Donato (piano & vocals); Hélio Delmiro (guitar); Lula Nascimento (drums); Nana Caymmi (vocals on "Mentiras"), Novelli & Naná (vocals on "Cala Boca Menino"). Additional personnel info provided by Ithamara Koorax reports that the bassist on this album is Bebeto.
Note: This list of musicians is
incomplete. The LP insert has photos of some of the above musicians
with their names, but the other musicians--background vocals, horns,
etc. are not credited anywhere.
Produced by Milton Miranda;
Production Assistant Marcos Valle.
Arrangements by Gaya, Ian
Guest, Laércio de Freitas, Dory Caymmi & João
BONUS INTERNET REVIEWS (all in Portuguese):
Quem-e-quem-reviews.pdf - Various reviews by Brazilian journalists recently posted on the internet regarding this unique Donato album.
Marcos Valle, "Previsão do Tempo", Odeon/EMI
Marcos Valle, "Previsão do Tempo", Odeon #MOFB 3788 (1973).[LP]
This album includes the first recording of Batuque
(aka Nao Tem Nada Nao, composed by Joao Donato and Eumir Deodato for
the Donato/Deodato album), after Portuguese lyrics were added to this
song by Marcos Valle.
Personnel: Marcos Valle (vocal and electric
piano), Jose Roberto Bertrami (synths), Alex Malheiros (bass) and
Ivan Conti (drums). Arranged by J.R.
Bertrami. Bertrami, Malheiros and Conti were the members
of "Azymuth" at the time of this album's
recording. Orchestrations on tracks 1 and 10 directed by Marcos
Valle; on tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11 and 12 by Zé Roberto;
and on track 7 by Waltel Branco.
Produced by Milton Miranda.
Production assistant: Paulo Sergio Valle.Album photos by Paulo Sergio Valle.
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