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Sylvia Telles - Amor De Gente Moca (1959)

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1 	–Sylvia Telles 	Dindi 	2:37
2 	–Sylvia Telles 	De Vocé, Eu Gosto 	2:36
3 	–Sylvia Telles 	Discussão 	1:58
4 	–Sylvia Telles 	Sem Você 	2:45
5 	–Sylvia Telles 	Fotografia 	2:45
6 	–Sylvia Telles 	Janelas Abertas 	2:34
7 	–Sylvia Telles 	Demais 	3:46
8 	–Sylvia Telles 	O Que Tinha De Ser 	1:53
9 	–Sylvia Telles 	A Felicidade 	2:56
10 	–Sylvia Telles 	Canta, Canta Mais 	3:20
11 	–Sylvia Telles 	Só Em Teus Braços 	1:56
12 	–Sylvia Telles 	Esquencendo Você 	2:57

Arranged By – Gaya
Composed By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
Vocals – Silvia Telles

 

2016 collection. Sylvia Telles was the first female bossa nova singer; with Dolores Duran and Maysa, the most influential of her generation. She was the finest interpreter of the songs of one of the greatest songwriters of the twentieth century, the Brazilian master, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and she was his favorite vocalist. Amor de Gente Moça, like so many of Brazil's historic recordings is inexplicably out of print. Yet its importance as a landmark and a portent is undeniable. A showpiece for Jobim's writing and a springboard for bossa nova at home, it cemented Sylvia's popularity with Brazilian record-buyers and alerted North American record companies to her brilliance. Now, under the auspices of her husband and former label manager at Odeon and Elenco, Aloysio de Oliveira, she was beginning to record albums for the USA market with arrangers like Nelson Riddle and the legendary jazz guitarist Barney Kessel before, late in 1966 she lost her life in a tragic automobile accident. --- Editorial Reviews

 

Amor de Gente Moca (1959) est un album élégant qui se situe historiquement entre le Canção do Amor Demais (1958) d'Elizete Cardoso qui propose une première version du "Chega de Saudade" de Tom Jobim et Vinicius de Moraes et le Chega de Saudade (1959) de João Gilberto, l'album fondateur de la Bossa Nova. Amor de Gente Moca propose intégralement des compositions de Tom Jobim (avec Aloysio de Oliveira, Newton Mendonça ou Vinícius de Moraes) qui alternent des rythmes proches de la Bossa Nova ("Discussao" (en lien), "A Felicidade") avec des Samba-Cançao ("Sem Voce", "O Que Tinha de Ser"). Sylvia Telles est l'une des rares chanteuses de pré-Bossa a avoir réussi sa reconversion dans la Bossa Nova. Sa voix très jeune et très moderne préfigure l'ère des chanteuses post-Samba-Cançao qui marqueront les années 60/70 (Elis Regina, Doris Monteiro, Nara Leão, ...). Amor de Gente Moca est un album tampon entre deux périodes clés de la musique brésilienne. Très excitant voire fondamental. --- Bossa-Normandie Miedj, allmusic.com

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