Cafi didn’t catch either boys’ name that day, but when he later showed the photo to Brazilian musicians Milton Nascimento and Lô Borges, the two knew they had their record cover for their 1972 double album, Clube Da Esquina. And for many years after the fact, people thought the photo was in fact Nascimento and Borges as young boys. For the next 40 years, the boys on the album cover were a mystery throughout Brazil, one requiring a manhunt of sorts to try and track the boys down. A landmark of Brazilian pop, the success of the album confirmed Nascimento as a star of MPB but also launched the careers of Clube bassist Beto Guedes, guitarists Toninho Horta, Nelson Angelo and the younger Borges.
Milton Nascimento & Lô Borges – Clube Da Esquina. Label: Polysom – 33293-1. Series: Clássicos Em Vinil – 33293-1. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered. Um Girassol Da Cor De Seu Cabelo. Arranged By – Eumir DeodatoBacking Vocals – Beto Guedes, Lô Borges, Toninho HortaBass – Beto GuedesDrums – Rubinho (2)Guitar – Nelson Angelo, TavitoLead Vocals, Piano – Lô Borges Organ – Wagner TisoWritten-By – Lô Borges, Márcio Borges.
Milton Nascimento was born in Rio de Janeiro. His mother, Maria Nascimento, was a maid. As a baby, Nascimento was adopted by a couple who were his mother's former employers; Josino Brito Campos, a bank employee, mathematics teacher and electronic technician and Lília Silva Campos, a music teacher and choir singer. In 1963, he moved to Belo Horizonte, where his friendship with Lô Borges led to the Clube da Esquina ("street corner club") movement. One composition was "Canção do Sal", which was first interpreted by Elis Regina in 1966 and led to a television appearance with Nascimento. The collective, as well as some others, released Clube da Esquina in 1972
Paisagem Da Janela by Lô Borges Lyrics. Clube da Esquina - Arte by Milton Nascimento Lyrics. About Clube da Esquina. Clube da Esquina Q&A.
A classic double LP recorded in 1972 by Milton Nascimento and Lô Borges, the album had orchestrations from Eumir Deodato and Wagner Tiso under the conduction of the renowned /orchestrator Paulo Moura. The title Clube da Esquina is related to the gang of mineiros (people from the Minas Gerais state) that populate this release, either singing compositions or vocal/instrumental performances, like Nascimento and Borges themselves: Wagner Tiso, Beto Guedes, Milton Guedes, Tavito, Toninho Horta, Márcio Borges, Ronaldo Bastos, and Fernando Brant, among others.
Milton Nascimento, Lô Borges. Saídas E Bandeiras Nº 1. Milton Nascimento, Beto Guedes. Milton Nascimento, Lô Borges. Milton Nascimento, Roupa Nova.
Clube Da Esquina (Club on the Corner) is one of Brazil's most important albums. Remaining true to Brazilian music, the album also had influences from Paul McCartney, Procol Harum and Stevie Wonder, and had a focus on vocals. The album was composed over six months in Piratininga, north of Rio. Clube Da Esquina took Brazilian music somewhere new with touches of music from Chile and Paraguay.
Artist: Milton Nascimento & Lô Borges Album: Clube da Esquina Genre: Latin Jazz, Folk Origin: Brazil Released: 1972 Quality: mp3, VBR V0 Tracklist: Milton Nascimento - Tudo Que Você Podia Ser (2:57). Milton Nascimento - Cais (2:45). Lô Borges - O Trem Azul (4:05). Milton Nascimento - Saídas E Bandeiras N° 1 (0:45). Milton Nascimento - Nuvem Cigana (2:59). Milton Nascimento E Lô Borges - Cravo E Canela (2:31). Milton Nascimento - Dos Cruces (5:22). Lô Borges - Um Girassol Da Cor De Seu Cabelo (4:12). Milton Nascimento - San Vicente (2:46). Lô Borges - Estrelas (0:28) . Lô Borges - Paisagem Da Janela (2:58). Milton Nascimento E Alaíde Costa - Me Deixa Em Paz (3:05). Milton Nascimento - Os Povos (4:30).