Jane Simone – Em Cada Novo Amor (1963)

Continental PPL 12076

About singer Jane Simone‘s existence I became aware a very short time ago when I received her only career album from Edson Mendes.
Beside her music and covers, inside the package was also a short text about her written by Edson who correctly assumed that Jane must be completely unknown to me:

“Jane Simone is the stage name of Janes Sereno Lopes.
Born in Cataguases (MG), she moved to Rio de Janeiro
She was a host of radio programs, poetess and author of a book called “Cantada Feminina“.
She was also a singer and songwriter, with the album “Em Cada Novo Amor“, her only LP, released by Continental in 1963.
Jane Simone passed away in 2014.”

Enjoy:

01. Em Cada Novo Amor (Romeo Nunes / Carlitos)
02. Mulher (Normando / Ronaldo Bôscoli)
03. Amor no Samba (Normando)
04. Só Sem Ninguém (Almeida Rego)
05. Cansei de Conversa (Jane Simone)
06. Tu Voltarás (João Negrão / Herolt Miranda)
07. Não Quero Rosas (Fernando Dias)
08. Tudo de Mim (Jair Amorim / Evaldo Gouveia)
09. Para Não Sofrer (Tom Jobim)
10. Canção do Amor Que Virou Você (Cândido dos Santos / Dirceu Graeser)
11. Brincando de Amar (Guerra Peixe / Célio Moreira)
12. Vai (Servulo Odilon / Fernando César)

Jane is accompanied by orchestra under the direction of Radamés Gnattali

DISCOVERING JANE SIMONE

Créditos: Edson Mendes

One thought on “Jane Simone – Em Cada Novo Amor (1963)

  1. Hi Milan, I also never heard of Jane Simone, so it was a real surprise, this is a very nice album with great Bossa tracks. Thank you Milan and Edson Mendes for the clean rip. It is good to see some compositions from the underrated Bossa composer Normando Santos, who belongs to the original Bossa-crowd, but later went to live in Paris. I looked for his own Odeon comapacto ( “Eu te amo” (c/ Geraldo Casé), “Canção do sem você” (c/ Ronaldo Bôscoli) e “Castelinho” (c/ Billy Blanco) for years now. Can anybody help?

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