Dói, Dói, Dói was introduced in early 1960 by Aracy de Almeida as a-side to Pra Que, shortly before Vera Lúcia issued the song as a-side to Leva-me Contigo. Both versions were arranged by Carlos Monteiro de Souza, and both singers included the song on their concurrent albums, with Vera Lúcia’s published a bit earlier.
A timelessly modern version was recorded by the highly talented Sandra, who was tragically killed in a car crash a few days after she received an award for her excellent debut album A Voz Balanco… Samba 35 mm. Except for the song Nuvem, arranger and tenor saxophonist Marco Ruppi aka Marko Rupe reutilized all arrangements from Sandra’s A Voz Balanco… Samba 35 mm the next year on the album Sambalanço credited as Orquestra Moderna de Sambas.
Selected recordings of Dói, Dói, Dói:
1. Aracy de Almeida from the album Samba com Aracy de Almeida (1960, Philips P 630.410 L)
2. Vera Lúcia from the album Leva-me Contigo (1960, Philips P 630.405 L)
3. Isaura Garcia from the album Saudade Querida (1960, Odeon MOFB 3183)
4. Sandoval Dias from the album Dançando com Sandoval Dias (1960, Philips P 630.406 L)
5. Sandra from the album A Voz Balanco… Samba 35 mm (1962, Pawal P-20.016)
6. Orquestra Moderna de Sambas from the album Sambalanço (1963, Pawal P-20.023)
Selected medley including Dói, Dói, Dói:
1. Paulinho from the album Para Animar Sua Festa N° 3 (1960, Prestige DLP 1014)