Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Two By Jobim !!

Continuing with the Latin Jazz theme: Hearing the two distinctly
different versions of Águas de Março is what compels me to share
these albums. Not much is needed to be said about Antonio, which
you probably don't already know. He, and a handful of other Latin
performers changed music, internationally, once their work broke
out of its respective countries; Imitation followed. That isn't to
say there weren't other Latin musicians of talent and ingenuity.
But, people such as Jobim, and Gilberto, etc. were on top of
their game, by far. What beautiful sounds!

Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor – Claus Ogerman
Artwork [Painting] – Paulo Hermanny Jobim*
Bass – Richard Davis (2), Ron Carter
Composed By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
Concertmaster – Harry Lookotsky*
Drums, Percussion – Airto Moreira, João Palma
Engineer – Frank Laico
Flute – Don Hammond, Jerry Dodgion, Phil Bodner, Ray Beckenstein, Romeo Penque
Percussion – George Devens
Trombone – Urbie Green

Jobim
1973


Bass – Luizão Maia
Drums – Paulinho Braga
Electric Piano – Cesar
Guitar – Tom Jobim
Piano – Tom Jobim
Piano - Cesar Camargo Mariano
Vocals – Elis Regina
Written-By – Tom Jobim
Guitar – Helio Delmiro
Guitar - Oscar Castro Neves
Percussion – Chico Batera

Elis & Tom
1974

7 comments:

  1. Jobim
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/v3unj312wt0lirz/Jobim.zip?dl=0

    Elis & Tom
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/d184hr5axzsjzqw/Elis%20%26%20Tom.7z?dl=0

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  2. Wonderful stuff - perfect for Spring. Thanks!

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  3. Oh man!!! My brother had that "Jobim" LP back when we were young, and I remember being just mesmerized by it!! Haven't heard it in many decades. THANK YOU

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    1. It's a great one. Glad you enjoy it!

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