Answers To Discographical Info Request
According to Daniella it can be confirmed that the recording was made in Brazil 1930 near the middle of that year judging from the catalog number. - Regarding the question about Bueno Lobo's supposed participation in the two recording Daniella has the following answer:
"I have every reason to believe that the Hawaiian guitar on those Columbia cuts was played by Zezinho (José Patrocínio de Oliveira), now better known as Zé Carioca. Between 1929 and 1931, Zezinho participated in approximately 120 recordings at Columbia. He was João Pernambuco's second guitar on the composer's legendary recordings. Zezinho was a highly respected multi-instrumentalist, being a master of the banjo, cavaquinho, bandolim, guitar, tenor guitar, and Hawaiian guitar. - In 1939, Zezinho was playing in Romeu SIlva's orchestra at the Brazilian pavilion of the New York World's Fair. There he met his old friend Garoto, who was working for Carmen Miranda as a member of Bando da Lua. The following year Zezinho joined Bando da Lua, settled in LA, and provided Disney with the inspiration for Zé Carioca. He was the parrot's voiceover in Disney's south-of-the border films and appeared in person in the "Os Quindins de Iaiá" segment in the film 'The Three Caballeros,' dancing with Aurora Miranda. He also recorded several albums in the US under the artistic name Zé Carioca. But Zé wasn't a carioca at all. In the Disney films you can clearly hear his paulistano accent. "
Daniella Thompson has an extensive article on Zé Carioca on her web .
You may enjoy the Disney cartoon featuring the parrot Zé Carioca, "Blame It On The Samba", by clicking here