DISCOGRAPHY  PART 8
 
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Review: The title might lead you to believe that you're going to hear a jump blues collection, but many listeners wouldn't find that categorization strictly accurate. It would be better to say that these 22 songs, all recorded for Bluesville and Prestige between 1959 and 1964, concentrate more on the upbeat, uptempo face of the blues experience, rather than the more downbeat aspects that have more visibility in popular culture. (In fact, they're given more visibility on compilations such as this one's direct predecessor, The Bluesville Years Vol. 11: Blues Is a Heart's Sorrow.) Most of the names here are mid-to-upper-level blues icons ? Otis Spann and James Cotton (playing together), Sonny Terry, Lightnin' Hopkins, Memphis Slim, Willie Dixon, Billy Boy Arnold, Roosevelt Sykes, and Jimmy Witherspoon ? though rather more obscure performers like K.C. Douglas, Homesick James, and Mildred Anderson are here too. Both rural and urban styles are represented, but urban styles are more in evidence. Sometimes, the blues is not just urban but urbane, with a jazzy feel on cuts by Little Brother Montgomery, Witherspoon, and Anderson (the last of whom has a band including tenor saxophonist Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis and organist Shirley Scott). A more hard-hitting brand of brash electric blues, however, is on board via cuts by Arnold, Homesick James, Spann, and Cotton. The Spann-Cotton duet on 'Lightnin' (with Muddy Waters on guitar) is the high spot of the disc, although the recording quality isn't so hot. Like all of the volumes in this series, this is a decent sampler of the Bluesville/Prestige catalog, though too loose in its thematic and musical groupings to rate among the better blues compilations. The Bluesville Years, Vol. 12: Jump, Jumpin' The Blues /
Various Artists

recorded: 1959 - 1964
issued: April 2000 CD FANTASY/PRESTIGE 9922

MILDRED ANDERSON, SHALEY JAKE, JIMMY WITHERSPOON (voc); HAL ASHBY, KING CURTIS, EDDIE "LOCKJAW" DAVIS, CLARENCE PERRY JR., CLIFFORD SCOTT (ts); LEO WRIGHT (as, tamb); SONNY TERRY (hca, voc); J.C. BURRIS, JAMES COTTON (hca); MEMPHIS SLIM, SUNNYLAND SLIM, LITTLE BROTHER MONTGOMERY, ROOSEVELT SYKES (p, voc); ROBERT BANKS, CURTIS JONES, GILDO MAHONES, LAFAYETTE LEAKE, OTIS SPANN (p); BERT KENDRIX, SHIRLEY SCOTT (org); FLOYD BALL, WALLY RICHARDSON, KENNY BURRELL, LAFAYETTE THOMAS, JOHNNY "MOOSE JOHN" WALKER, T-BONE WALKER, MUDDY WATERS, FRANK INGALLS, JAMES MADISON, STICK MC GHEE (g); K. C. DOUGLAS, HOMESICK JAMES WILLIAMSON (g, voc); WILLIE DIXON (b, voc); EDDIE TAYLOR (el-b); CLARENCE JONES, GEORGE DUVIVIER, MILTON RECTOR, GEORGE TUCKER, JULIAN EUELL, LEONARD GASKIN (b); JEROME ARNOLD (el-b); JIMMY SMITH, ARTHUR EDGEHILL, BELTON EVANS, WAYNE ROBERTSON, S. P. LEARY, CLIFTON JAMES, GUS JOHNSON (dr)


  1. You Got A Good Thing Now / K. C. Douglas
  2. My Baby Done Gone / Sonny Terry
  3. High Powered Woman / Sonny Terry
  4. Good Potatoes / Memphis Willie B.
  5. Wine Spodee-O-Dee / Lightnin' Hopkins
  6. Frankie And Johnny Boogie / Memphis Slim
  7. Don't You Tell Nobody / Willie Dixon, Memphis Slim
  8. Santa Fé / Little Brother Montgomery
  9. Get Out Of Here / Billy Boy Arnold
10. You Better Cut That Out / Billy Boy Arnold
11. Working With Homesick / Homesick James
12. Lightnin' / Otis Spann, James Cotton
13. It Won't Happen Again / Shakey Jake
14. Runnin' The Boogie / Roosevelt Sykes
15. Hey Big Momma / Roosevelt Sykes
16. Good Time Special / Curtis Jones
17. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer / J.Witherspoon
18. Kansas City / Jimmy Witherspoon
19. Drinking Beer/ Jimmy Witherspoon
20. I'm Free / Mildred Anderson
21. Cool Kind Of Poppa / Mildred Anderson
22. Slim's Shout / Sunnyland Slim

(Douglas)
(Terry)
(Borum)
(Traditional)
(Traditional)
(Dixon)
(Montgomery)
(King-Ling)
(Arnold)
(Williamson)
(Cotton)
(Harris)
(Sykes)
(Jackson)
(Jones)
(Toombs)
(Leiber)
(Witherspoon)
(Bradshaw)
(Smith)
(Luandrew)
     

Review: Verve continues their Finest Hour series with Antonio Carlos Jobim's Finest Hour, a 17-song collection highlighting the bossa nova pioneer's singing and songwriting. Insensatez', 'Corcovado', 'The Girl From Ipanema', 'Desafinado' and other definitive tracks make this set entertaining, if not comprehensive. Antonio Carlos Jobim's Finest Hour
The Best Of Antonio Carlos Jobim
issues: June 27, 2000 POLYGRAM RECORDS 490669 ; CD UNI/VERVE 2503723

ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM (celeste, harpsichord, p); MARVIN STAMM (tp); BURT COLLINS, GARNETT BROWN, JIMMY CLEVELAND, URBIE GREEN (tb); STAN GETZ (ts); JERRY DIDGION (fl, as); HUBERT LAWS, JOE FARRELL, ROMEO PENQUE, LEO WRIGHT, JEROME RICHARDSON (fl); DANILO CAYMMI (fl, voc); JOSEPH SINGER, RAY ALONGE (fr-h); JACQUES MORELENBAUM (cello); ASTRUD GILBERTO, MAUCHA ADNET, SIMONE CAYMMI, ELIZABETH JOBIM, PAULA MORELENBAUM, ELIS REGINA (voc); CÉSAR CAMARGO MARIANO (p); EUMIR DEODATO (p, arr, cond, strings); HELIO DELMIRO, OSCAR CASTRO-NEVES (g); JOAO GILBERTO (g, voc); RON CARTER, LUIZAO MAIA, GEORGE DUVIVIER, SEBASTIAN NETO (b); MILTON BANANA, PAULINHO BRAGA (dr); BOBBY ROSENGARDEN, CLAUDIO SLON (dr, perc); GEORGE DEVENS, AIRTO MOREIRA (perc)


  1. The Girl From Ipanema
  2. Desafinado
  3. Corcovado
  4. Agua De Beber
  5. O Morro Nao Tem Vez
  6. Insensatez
  7. Samba De Uma Nota So
(One Note Samba)
  8. Meditation (Meditao)
  9. Chega De Saudade
10. Wave
11. The Girl From Ipanema
12. Remember
13. Un Rancho Nas Nuvens
14. Aguas De Marco
(Waters Of March)
15. Inutil Paisagem (Useless Landscape)
16. Passarim
17. Anos Dourados
(Looks Like December)
(DeMoraes/G/J)
(Jobim/Mendonca)
(Jobim/Lees)
(De Moraes/Jobim)
(Jobim/Moraes)
(De Moraes/Jobim)
(Jobim/Mendonca)
(Jobim/Mendonca)
(De Moraes/Jobim)
(Jobim)
(De Moraes/G/J)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(De Oliveria/Jobim)
(Jobim/Jobim)
(De Holanda/Jobim)
     
Reviews: In the liner notes of this CD producer Joel Dorn laments about how the flute struggled to be accepted as a jazz instrument until the mid-50's. He went through the vaults of Atlantic Records and put together this collection of flute performances. As the subtitle suggests, these are funky flute grooves from the 60's and 70's. While that may be an accurate description, it doesn't really help Dorn's argument about the flute. Most of these songs are of a quiet nature, as evident on the opener, Herbie Mann's 'Comin' Home Baby', which has Mann solo- ing over a blues vamp. "Fathead" Newman's 'Thirteenth Floor' has a 'Mission Impossible' feel to it. Yusef Lateef plays long lines on 'Nubian Lady', and Hubert Laws gets into a Latin feel with the pleasant 'Let Her Go'. Rahsaan Roland Kirk gets into a soulful mood on the Bill Withers' classic 'Ain't No Sunshine'. Leo Wright finally gets things swinging with his 'Wiggler'. But the highlight of this set has to be Kirk's 'One Ton', where he just gets crazy on the flute, with his singing and grunting. A very spirited performance! Mann returns to end the album with his classic 'Push Push', where Herbie plays an outstanding solo throughout. This is a rather quiet affair. It seems if Dorn wanted to really promote the flute as a jazz instrument, he could've gotten better material. This stuff is okay, but hardly a collection to turn people on to the flute. Maybe he should have looked in other places than Atlantic's vault. There's great flute music out there, you just have to know where to look.
                                  --
Heavy Flute / Various Artists
Funky Flute Grooves From The 60´s And 70´s
issued: October 10, 2000, CD LABEL M. 5706

MELVIN LASTIE (tp); JIMMY OWENS (fl-h, tp); TOM MCINTOSH, BENNY POWELL, GARNETT BROWN (tb); SELDON POWELL (ts); JEROME RICHARDSON (bar-s); LEO WRIGHT, DAVID "FATHEAD" NEWMAN, HERBIE MANN, YUSEF LATEEF (fl); HUBERT LAWS (fl, picc-fl); CHARLES LLOYD (fl, maraccas); RAHSAAN ROLAND KIRK (fl, gong, manzello, nose-fl, ts, stritch, voc, whistle {instrument}); KENNY BARRON, RAY BRYANT, RON BURTON, CHICK COREA, KEITH JARRETT, HUGH LAWSON, SONELIUS SMITH, RICHARD TEE (p); HAGOOD HARDY (vib); KENNY BURRELL, ERIC GALE, CORNELL DUPREE (g); WINSTON COLLYMORE, RICHARD ELIAS, EMANUEL GREEN, LEO KRUCZEK, MATTHEW RAIMONDI, LEO KAHN (v); SELWART CLARKE, ALFRED BROWN (viola); KERMIT MOORE (cello); RON CARTER, AHMED ABDUL-MALIK, BOB CUNNINGHAM, RICHARD DAVIS, SAM JONES, VERNON MARTIN, BEN TUCKER, HENRY PEARSON (b); CECIL MC BEE (b, claves); BILL SALTER, CHUCK RAINEY (el-b); RUDY COLLINS, KUUMBA TOOTIE HEATH, JIMMY HOPPS, KHALIL MHRDI, BOBBY THOMAS, BERNARD "PRETTY" PURDIE (dr); ROY BROOKS (dr arr); RICHARD LANDRUM, RAYMOND ORCHART (cga); RAY MANTILLA (cga, perc); JOE HABAD TEXIDOR, BILL FITCH, RALPH MAC DONALD (perc); CHIEF BEY (african-dr, perc); CARMELO GARCIA (timb); DUANE ALLMAN (instrumental solo); WILLIAM S. FISCHER (cond, arr); ARIF MARDIN (string arr)


  1. Comin' Home Baby / Herbie Mann
  2. The Thirteenth Floor / David 'Fathead' Newman
  3. Nubian Lady / Yusef Lateef
  4. Let Her Go / Hubert Laws
  5. Ain't No Sunshine / Rahsaan Roland Kirk
  6. The Wiggler / Leo Wright
  7. Sombrero Sam /
Charles Lloyd
  8. One Ton / Rahsaan Roland Kirk
  9. Eboness / Yusef Lateef
10. Push Push / Herbie Mann
(Mann)
(Newman)
(Barron)
(Laws)
(Bill Withers)
(Wright)
(Lloyd)
(Kirk)
(Roy Jr. Brooks)
(Mann)
A collection of flute pieces from some of the most influential names in jazz, Heavy Flute often relies on material from the '70s. Featured artists include Yusef Lateef, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Hubert Laws, and Herbie Mann (who opens the album with 'Comin' Home Baby' and closes it with his rendition of 'Push Push'. Herbie Mann's playful 'Comin´ Home Baby' starts off the set, followed by the near-classical arrangement of 'The Thirteenth Floor', by David 'Fathead' Newman. Yusef Lateef's 'Nubian Lady' is as sexy as a 19 year-old Phoebe Cates (or insert name of whoever does it for you), and is the top track here. Leo Wright's 'The Wriggler' wriggles itself to the same neighborhood as Mann. Hubert Laws', 'Let Her Go' and Lateef's 'Eboness' are the closest to straight-forward jazz. Rahsaan Roland Kirk sputters, skwonks, gulps and even vocalizes while playing on 'Ain't No Sunshine' and 'One Ton'. The latter can get a little monotonous to my ears, but you sure have to admire the versatility and energy of a man who plays tenor sax, flute, nose flute, gong, and whistle virtually (and sometimes literally) simultaneously. Charles Lloyd puts on the Latin jazz with 'Sombrero Sam' and Mann's 'Push Push' pushes you back to the dance floor as he bookends the set. The liner notes by co-producer Joel Dorn (who originally produced much of the material) make a case for the flute in jazz. "Along with Herbie, there's Rahsaan, Yusef and Hubert Laws, who I think collectively did for the flute what Trane did for the soprano". He doesn't need to make his case, however. Once you have heard this album, all else is redundant.   I could hardly imagine a more appropriate title for Joel Dorn’s compilation of jazzy flute tracks culled from a variety of LPs issued on the Atlantic label between 1962 and 1972. The funky Dorn refers to in the subtitle of this enjoyable collection has more to do with the original intent of the word when used to describe soulful, blues-based, largely acoustic jazz à la Horace Silver, Grant Green, Jimmy Smith, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, and Les Mc Cann. All of the music on Heavy Flute predates the advent of slap bass and the widespread use of synthesizers (there is, however, plenty of Fender Rhodes piano!), though the early 70s tracks by Yusef Lateef (Nubian Lady) and Herbie Mann (Push Push) certainly edge toward a more contemporary feel. I think this collection accomplishes just what Dorn set out to do: it presents the listener with a set of accessible-but-not-totally-lame, funky jazz tunes with the flute out in front. Leo Wright’s 'The Wiggler' (with guitarist Kenny Burrell) is the closest thing to a pure jazz track on the CD, and it is probably the least familiar. I hate to split hairs, but Hubert Laws’ track is actually played on piccolo, though it has an appealing Latin lilt. The tracks by Lateef, Kirk and Charles Lloyd are all classics, and many jazz fans my age (early 40s) will know them well. For example, Lloyd’s groovy Latin jaunt, 'Sombrero Sam', has been covered by Gabor Szabo, El Chicano, and Harvey Mandel to name just a few. Both Kirk tracks feature his oft-imitated, never equaled, fervid, aggressive flute playing. Both of the Lateef tracks, by contrast, highlight his cooler, more intellectual side. I´ve never been a big fan of Herbie Mann, and his inclusion here next to the likes of Lateef, Kirk, and Hubert Laws highlights his limitations as an improvisor. That said, 'Push Push' might well be the hardest-grooving track on the CD, and features a riveting solo by the late Duane Allman to boot.  
       

  Ken Burns Jazz Collection: The Definitive Dizzie Gillespie
The Definitive History Of Jazz
recorded: #1 Mar. 8, 1940, #2 Feb. 22, 1944, #3,4 Jan. 9, 1945, #5 & 6 Jan. 26, 1945, #7,8 Feb. 28, 1945, #9 Jul. 9, 1946, #10 Dec. 30, 1947, #11 Jun. 6, 1950, #12 Mar. 1, 1951, #13 Apr. 7, 1957, #14 Dec.19, 1957, #15 Jul. 24, 1962, #16 Mar. 25 or 26, 1967.

issued: 2000, VERVE 549086-2 ; July 11, 2000 CD VERVE 3145490862

DIZZY GILLESPIE (tp); TRUMMY YOUNG, CHARLIE PARKER, LEO WRIGHT (as); DON BYAS, JOHN COLTRANE, COLEMAN HAWKINS, JAMES MOODY, SONNY ROLLINS, SONNY STITT (ts); MILT JACKSON, WYNTON KELLY, JOHN LEWIS, THELONIOUS MONK, LALO SCHIFRIN (p); KENNY BURRELL (g); RAY BROWN, PERCY HEATH, OSCAR PETTIFORD (b); SLAM STEWART, CHANO POZO, KENNY CLARKE, COZY COLE, SHELLY MANNE, CHARLIE PERSIP, MAX ROACH (dr); CAB CALLOWAY ORCHESTRA ...


  1. Pickin' The Cabbage
  2. Disorder At The Border
  3. Salt Peanuts
  4. I Can't Get Started
  5. Night In Tunisia
  6. Dizzy Atmosphere
  7. Groovin' High
  8. Things To Come
  9. One Bass Hit
10. Manteca
11. Bloomdido
12. Tin Tin Deo
13. Birk's Works
14. Eternal Triangle
15. No More Blues (Chega De Saudade)
16. Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac
     

Dizzy Gillespie: Jazz Collection
issued: 2000, 2 CD´s in 1, DELTA 36011
Also available separately as: Night In Tunisia and Be Bop

Night In Tunisia  released: September 17, 1996 CD DELTA 17108
DIZZY GILLESPIE (tp); JIMMY NOTTINGHAM, ROGER GUERIN, STAN RODERIC (tp); JULIUS WATKINS, JOHN BURDEN, ANDY McGAVIN (fr-h); FRANK REHAK, ÅKE PERSSON (tb); JIMMY WALLACE (b-tb); LEO WRIGHT (as, fl); BILLY BUTTERFIELD (tu); LALO SCHIFRIN (p); CHRIS WHITE (b); RUDY COLLINS (dr); PEPITO RIESTRA (cga)

Be Bop  released: March 25, 1997 CD DELTA 17126 
incl. DIZZY GILLESPIE (tp, cga, harp); RODNEY JONES (g); BENJAMIN BROWN (b); MICKEY ROKER (dr)

Disc 1:  Night In Tunisia - Dizzy Gillespie Big Band

  1. Night In Tunisia
  2. Emanon
  3. Chega De Saudade
  4. Con Alma
  5. This Is The Way
  6. Kush


Disc 2  Be Bop - Dizzy Gillespie
  1. Kush
  2. Be Bop
  3. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  (Traditional)
  4. Brother K.
  5. Minor Walk
  6. Emanon
  7. Two Bass Hit
  8. Things To Come
  9. Oop-Pop-A-Dah


All written by Gillespie except where stated.
     
These 1968-69 performances by the 'Coltrane of the violin' are his first American recordings. The Best Of The Pacific Jazz Years / Jean-Luc Ponty
recorded: 1968 - 1969
original release: May 2001 PACIFIC JAZZ/CAPITOL (EMI Distribution)
issues: August 5, 2001 BLUE NOTE RECORDS 30815 ; EMD/BLUE NOTE

JEAN-LUC PONTY (bar-v, el-v); CARMELL JONES (on #3,4,11), TONY RUSCH, LARRY MC GUIRE, WILLIAM PETERSON, PAUL HUBINON (tp); THURMAN GREEN, FRANK STRONG (tb); BUD SHANK (as); ERNIE WATTS, IAN UNDERWOOD (as, ts); LEO WRIGHT (as, fl); ANTHONY ORTEGA (fl); RICHARD APALNAP (bar-s); GEORGE GRUNTZ (p); GEORGE DUKE (el-p); GENE ESTEA (vib, perc); WILBERT LONGMIRE, FRANK ZAPPA (g, arr.); WILTON FELDER, JOHN HEARD (el-b); BOB WEST, GUY PEDERSEN, BUELL NEIDLINGER (b); DANIEL HUMAIR, DICK BERK, PAUL HUMPHREY, JOHN GUERIN (dr); GERALD WISON (arr.)


  1. Cantaloupe Island
  2. Contact
  3. Pebble Beach Walk
  4. California
  5. The Loner
  6. Soul Summit
  7. Eighty-One
  8. Twenty Small Cigars
  9. How Would You Like To Have A Head Like That
10. King Kong
11. With A Little Help From My Friends


Producers include: Richard Bock, Siggi Loch. Reissue producer: Michael Cuscuna. Includes liner notes by Mitchell Feldman.
     
'Kush' was named after a historical African city and was a featured part of Dizzy Gillespie's live shows. Dizzy's recording featured a brilliant performance by flutist Leo Wright, who, billed as "Lion Wrong", also lends his talents to this big band recording. From the ultrarare record 'Eso Es Latin Jazz, Man !', Diaz Mena leads this polished orchestra in a beautiful rendition of a jazz classic featuring two helpings of chocolate: the leader on congas, and the marvellous ubiquitous trumpeter, Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros. ¡Saoco! - Masters Of Afro-Cuban Jazz / Various Artists
recorded: 1963 in NYC
issued: July 3, 2001 RHINO RECORDS 274312

#11 from the album Eso Es Latin Jazz...Man! 1963 AUDIO FIDELITY AFSD-6117

Antonio "Chocolaté" Diaz Mena & His Orchestra: RICHARD WILLIAMS, JOHN COLES, CLARK TERRY, MARIO FERNANDEZ, ALFREDO "CHOCOLATE" ARMENTEROS, ALEJANDRO VIVAR (tp); JIMMY CLEVELAND (tb); JEROME RICHARDSON, JOSEPH HENDERSON, ALFRED GIBBONS, SELDON POWELL (sax); LION WRONG = LEO WRIGHT (fl); DUKE PEARSON or FELIPE YANEZ (p); FRANK SCHIFANO or MELBOURNE CRANSHAW (b); WALTER PERKINS or RUDOLPH COLLINS (dr); ANTONIO DIAZ MENA, RAMON SARDINAS, CARLOS VALDEZ, VICTOR ALLENDE, JORGE TOPIA, MIGUEL AVILA (cga, bgo, perc); LALO SCHIFRIN (arr, cond); SIDNEY FREY (prod)


  1. La Descarga Del Bobo / Willie Bobo
  2. Flamenco Ain't Bad / Sabu Martínez
  3. Chino / Tito Puente & His Orchestra
  4. El Señor Sid / Bobby Paunetto
  5. Ochosi-Om-Mi / Mark Weinstein & His Cosa Nueva Orchestra
  6. Saoco / Mongo Santamaria
  7. Hot Pants Road / Ocho
  8. Vietnam Mambo / Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers
  9. Que Mambo / Francisco Aguabella Orchestra
10. Tanga / Machito & His Orchestra
11. Kush / Antonio "Chocolaté" Diaz Mena & His Orchestra  (Dizzy Gillespie)
12. Africa / Silvestre Méndez
13. His Groove / Eddie Cano & Nino Tempo
14. Guajire En Azul / Cal Tjader & Eddie Palmieri
15. Jazz Pachanga / Ray Barretto
16. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid / Louie Ramírez & His Orchestra
17. Siboney / Cachao Y Su Orquesta
18. Clusters / Charlie Palmieri
     
Ralph Gleason's Jazz Casual was an early attempt to document jazz on public television during the 1960s. After their initial broadcasts, the programs were set aside until someone at Rhino obtained the rights to issue them on video, with Koch issuing audio-only CDs. Dizzy Gillespie's set is the more explosive of the two, with pianist Lalo Schifrin, alto saxophonist and flutist Leo Wright, bassist Bob Cunningham, and drummer Chuck Lampkin. The trumpeter's interaction on his exotic-sounding tribute to his wife, "Lorraine," focuses on the interaction of his muted horn with Wright's flute, while the opener, "Norm's Norm," is more in-your-face bop. Benny Golson's "Blues After Dark" has more of a soft-shoe sound, accented with Lampkin's brushes in a relatively long workout. The excerpt of Schifrin's "Gillespiana" is interrupted by the host's closing comments and then faded since time was up. All of Art Farmer's quartet recordings with guitarist Jim Hall merit attention, and this discovery is no exception. With bassist Steve Swallow (prior to his switch to electric bass a few years later) and drummer Walter Perkins, the subtle flugelhornist leads his group through an enjoyable set, starting with a snappy take of Irving Berlin's "Change Partners," a beautifully understated waltz treatment of "Sometime Ago," and a foot-patting take of "My Kind of Love."


Charlie Parker's "My Little Suede Shoes," a feature for the drummer, loses something without seeing the accompanying video. Hall demonstrates throughout the set why Farmer states that he doesn't need a pianist with this formidable guitarist present. Ralph Gleason's conversations with both Gillespie and Farmer are engaging and add something special to each program. Whether or not you own the video of either of these individual programs, investing in this CD compilation is justified for the strong performances by each group.
Jazz Casual / Dizzy Gillespie, Art Farmer, Jim Hall
issued: July 31, 2001 CD KOCH INTERNATIONAL 8564, UPC: 99923856429

DIZZY GILLESPIE (tp); LEO WRIGHT (as); ART FARMER (fl-h); LALO SCHIFRIN (p); JIM HALL (g); BOB CUNNINGHAM, STEVE SWALLOW (b); CHUCK LAMPKIN, WALTER PERKINS (dr); DONALD ELFMAN, RALPH J. GLEASON, NAOMI YOSHII (prod)


  1. Norm's Norm
  2. Interview
  3. Blues After Dark
  4. Lorraine
  5. Toccata from Gillespiana
  6. Change Partners
  7. Interview
  8. Some Time Ago
  9. My Kinda Love
10. My Little Suede Shoes
11. Bags Groove
(Gillespie)

(Golson)
(Gillespie)
(Schifrin)
(Berlin)

(Mihanovich)
(Alder/Trent)
(Parker)
(Jackson)
     
  Works & Passion / Klaus Doldinger
issued: October 9, 2001 WEA International

  1. Tishomingo Blues (Williams/Spencer/P)
  2. Dickie's Dream (Basie/Young)
  3. Creole Love Call (Ellington/Jackson/M)
  4. Blues For George
  5. Blue-Note Samba (live)

  6. Fiesta
  7. Viva Brasilia
  8. Quartenwalzer
  9. Tempus Fugit
10. Brazilian Thoroughfare
11. Cleopatho
12. Degeneration
(*/Tischler)
13. Cast Your Fate To The Wind (Guaraldi)
14. Medley: 
      - Knock On Wood
      - I Was Made To Love You
      - What Is Soul?
(Floyd/Cropper/Cosby) 
15. Medley:
      - Respect
      - You Keep Me Hanging On
      - Keep Looking
(Redding/Holland/Doz)
16. Guachi Guaro (Nero)
17. Tenderly (Lawrence/Gross)
18. Round About Midnight
      (Hanighen/Williams/M)
19. Two Getting Together
20. Waltz Of The Jive Cats
(live)
21. Sambukada (Jam Session) (live)
22. Yellow Cab
23. East River Drive
24. Old Friends Blues
(Dauner/*/Ha)
25. Timesignature
26. Tatort Titelmusik
27. Das Boot
28. Die Unendliche Geschichte
29. Flug Auf Dem Glücksdrachen
30. Salt On Our Skin
(title theme)
31. Sadness Theme
32. Trauer
(from TV-series ("Holocaust")
33. Hurra, Wir Leben Noch (*/Woitkewit)
      (OST “Die Wilden Fuenfziger”)
34. Lemuria's Dance
35. Cat From Katmandu
36. Hand Made
37. Tarantula
38. Schirokko
(live)
39. Will-O' The-Wisp
40. Compared To What
(live) (McDaniels)
41. Infinity Machine
42. Iguacu
43. Ataraxia I
44. Dreamware
45. Oceanliner
46. Alegria
47. In A Melancholy Way
48. Abakus
49. Evocation
50. Talisman
51. Easy Come, Easy Go
52. Dancing In The Wind
53. Horizon
54. Inner City Blues
(Gaye/Nyx)
55. Nighttime In The City
56. Happy Landing
57. Mr. Handy Man
58. Tatort

All written by Klaus Doldinger (also *) except otherwise stated
     

    The Very Best Of Antonio Carlos Jobim
recorded: February 9, 1963 - April 6, 1994
issued: 2001 CD VERVE 2648 ; March 4, 2003 CD UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL 678314

Antonio Carlos Jobim (g, p, voc); Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Milt Bernhart (tb); Stan Getz (ts); Jerry Dodgion (as); Joseph Singer (fr-h); Bud Shank,LEO WRIGHT(fl); Raymond Beckenstein, Jerome Richardson, Romeo Penque (fl, picc-fl); Danilo Caymmi (fl, voc); César Camargo Mariano (p, arr, el-p); João Donato (p); Astrud Gilberto, Elis Regina, Paulo Jobim, Maria Toledo (voc); Bernard Eichen, Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Harry Lookofsky, Julius Held, Leo Kruczek, Joseph Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (v); George Ricci, Charlie McCracken, Abe Kessler (cello); João Gilberto (g, voc); Oscar Castro-Neves, Helio Delmiro (g, el-g); Luiz Bonfá, Pat Metheny (g); Ron Carter, George Duvivier, Charlie Haden, Luizão Maia, Joe Mondragon, Tommy Williams Jr. (b); Paulinho Braga, Al Foster, Paulo Ferreira (dr); Dom Um Romao, Bobby Rosengarden, Claudio Slon, Jose (Bigorna) Carlos (perc, dr); Milton Banana (perc); Claus Ogerman, Marty Paich, Deodato (arr, cond); Bill Hitchcock (cond); Richard Seidel, Don Sickler (prod)


  1. The Girl From Ipanema
  2. So Danco Samba
  3. Aguas De Marco
(Water of March)
  4. Amor Em Pas (Once I Loved)
  5. Lamento
  6. Chovendo Na Roseira
(Double Rainbow and...)
  7. Anos Dourados (Looks Like December)
  8. O Grande Amor
  9. Agua De Beber
10. Chansong
11. Wave
 [instrumental]
12. Tide  [instrumental]
13. Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)  [instr.]
14. Samba De Una Nota So (One Note Samba)  [instr.]
15. Triste  [instrumental]
16. Captain Bacardi  [instrumental]
17. O Morro Nao Tem Vez (Favela)  [instrumental]
18. Desafinado
19. Desafinado
20. Desafinado
21. The Girl From Ipanema
22. The Girl From Ipanema
23. The Girl From Ipanema
24. The Girl From Ipanema
25. Corcovado
(Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars)
26. Corcovado
27. Corcovado
28. Insensatez
(How Insensitive)
29. Insensatez
30. Insensatez
31. Insensatez
32. Vivo Sonhando
(Dreamer)
33. Vivo Sonhando
34. Vivo Sonhando
(DeMoraes/Gimbel/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Gilbert/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim/Lees)
(DeHolanda/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Hendricks/Jobim)
(Jobim/Mendonca)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Jobim)
(Jobim/Lees/Mendonca)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Gimbel/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Gimbel/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Gimbel/Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Gimbel/Jobim)
(Jobim/Lees)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(DeMoraes/Gimbel/Jobim)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
(Jobim/Lee)
(Jobim)
(Jobim)
     

  Moten Swing / Kenny Burrell
recorded: November 21, 1961 - April 30, 1962 at Columbia Studio A, New York/NY
issued: July 23, 2002 CD EUPHORIA 189 ; 2002 CD VIVID Sound 1827

KENNY BURRELL (g,arr); EDDIE BERT (tb); ILLINOIS JACQUET (ts); LEO WRIGHT (as); HANK JONES (p); JACK MC DUFF (org); GEORGE DUVIVIER, MAJOR HOLLEY (b); LOUIS HAYES, JOE DUKES, JIMMY CRAWFORD, OSIE JOHNSON (dr); JOHN HAMMOND SR. (prod)


  1. Moten Swing
  2. Bye And Bye
  3. The Squeeze
  4. Opus 21
  [#]
  5. Bluesin' Around
  6. Mood Indigo
  7. The Switch
  8. Mambo Twist
  [#]
  9. People Will Say We're In Love
10. One Mint Julep
11. Gettin' In The Groove
  [#]
12. Funk Junction  [#]
13. How Could You  [#]
14. Moten Swing  [#]
15. Bluesin' Around  [alternate take/#]
16. Mambo Twist  [alternate take/#]
17. People Will Say We're In Love  [altern. take/#]
18. Gettin' In The Groove  [alternate take/#]
(Moten/Moten)

(Burrell)
(Burrell)
(Burrell)
(Bigard/Ellington/Mills)
(Burrell)
(Burrell)
(Hammerstein/Rodgers)
(Toombs)
(Cooper)
(Burrell)
(Burrell)
(Moten/Moten)
(Burrell)
(Burrell)
(Hammerstein/Rodgers)
(Cooper)
     

The CD 'Nice One Ted / Ted Heath And His Music' mentioned here before, lists
Leo Wright, a British trumpet player - "our" Leo Wright never played trumpet !
 

Many bossa nova compilations are capable of startling even educated listeners because so much quality music was recorded in Brazil during the mid- to late '60s. Bossa Nova Lounge: Corcovado, one in a series, is no different. Compilers Leonel Pereda and Ronaldo Bastos are very knowledgeable sources, and they keep to the first rank of bossa artists even while they choose performances unfamiliar to many (and, for the sake of continuity, also restrict the inclusions to a narrow period of time). This has the best lineup of any in the series, including excellent performances from nearly every great Brazilian artist of the '60s and '70s, such as Jobim, Jorge Ben, Joyce, Sylvia Telles, Wanda Sá, and João Donato. Highlights occur throughout a compilation of this caliber, but Sá's version of "Agua de Beber" stands out, far more beguiling than Astrud Gilberto's better-known version. Roberto Menescal's "Surfboard" is one of the lightest, most playful versions of any Jobim song, while Donato's delight at toying with the melody on "Só Danço Samba" follows close behind. Bossa Nova Lounge: Corcovado / Various Artists
issued: November 19, 2002, UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL 43023 ;
2003 CD DUBAS MUSICA 200430

PEDRO PAULO (tp); CANNONBALL ADDERLEY (as); PAULO MOURA (arr, ts); J. T. MEIRELLES (fl, arr, sax); LEO WRIGHT (fl); ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM (g, p, voc); LUÍS CARLOS VINHAS (p, celeste); EUMIR DEODATO (p, arr, cond, prod); LUÍZ EÇA (p, arr); SERGIO MENDES, OSCAR CASTRO-NEVES, JOÃO DONATO (p); SYLVIA TELLES, WANDA SÁ (voc); JORGE BEN (g, voc); ROBERTO MENESCAL (g, el-g, arr); DURVAL FERREIRA, GERALDO VESPAR (g); WALTEL BRANCO (el-g); GEORGE DUVIVIER, OCTAVIO BAILLY Jr., LUÍZ MARINHO, TIAO NETO, GABRIEL BEZERRA (b); BEBETO (b, ts, voc); MILTON BANANA, CHICO BATERA, WILSON DAS NEVES, EDISON MACHADO, HELCIO MILITO, DOM UM ROMAO (dr); MARÇAL (perc); CLAUS OGERMAN, NELSON RIDDLE, DORI CAYMMI, JACK MARSHALL (arr, cond); ARNALDO DE SOUTEIRO, MONICA TRINDADE, MARIANA AMIN (prod)


  1. Solo / Meirelles & Os Copa
  2. Hô-Bá-Lá-Lá / Jorge Ben
  3. Minha Saudade / Cannonball Adderley & Bossa Rio
  4. Àgua De Beber (Water To Drink) / Wanda Sá
  5. Corcovado / Antonio Carlos Jobim
  6. Moça Flor / Tamba Trio
  7. Tristeza De Nós Dois / Luiz Eça
  8. Vocé E Eu / Sylvia Telles
  9. Surfboard / Roberto Menescal & seu Conjunto
10. Só Danço Samba / João Donato & seu Trio
11. Ansiedade / Joyce
12. Juca Bobão / Bossatrês
13. Samba De Uma Nota  Só (One Note Samba) / Eumir Deodato
14. Samba Do Avião / Antonio Carlos Jobim
     

The Man Behind The Music / Claus Ogerman
issued: 2002, 4-CD Longbox Set BOUTIQUE 524.867-2 (Germany) ;
2003 UNIVERSAL 524867
(Boutique is a label subsidiary of Universal/Verve in Germany)

Claus Ogerman (p, arr, cond, prod); Freddie Hubbard (tp, fl-h, prod); Marvin Stamm, Randy Brecker (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Wayne Andre (tb); David Sanborn, Phil Woods (as); Stanley Turrentine (ts, prod); Michael Brecker, Stan Getz (ts); Paul Horn, Hubert Laws,LEO WRIGHT, Romeo Penque (fl); Joe Farrell  (fl, ts); George Young (cl); Toots Thielemans (hca); Jorge Dalto, Dr. John, Herbie Hancock, Hank Jones, Bill Evans, Bernie Leighton, João Donato, Paul Griffin, Frank Owens, Leon Pendarvis, Richard Tee, Robert Noble, Bill Miller (p); Ralph Grierson (el-p); Joe Sample (org, p); Jimmy Smith (org); Chick Corea (p, keyb); Warren Bernhardt, Ronnie Foster, Alan Pasqua (keyb); Cal Tjader (vib); David Nadien (v, concert master); Harry Lookofsky, Aaron Rosand, Stephane Grappelli, Gidon Kremer (v); Antonio Carlos Jobim (g, p, voc); Hugh McCracken (g, prod); Jan Akkerman, George Benson, Larry Carlton, Robben Ford, Jim Hall, Wes Montgomery, Bucky Pizzarelli, John Trope, Howard "Buzz" Feiten, Eric Gale, Vincent Bell, Al Caiola, Russell Malone, Tony Mottola, Dean Parks, Don Thomas, Kenny Burrell, Lloyd Davis (g); João Gilberto (g, voc); Michael Franks, Astrud Gilberto, Jon Mark, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Arthur Prysock, David Clayton-Thomas, Patrice Holloway, Marilyn Schmiege, Marilyn Jackson (voc); Diana Krall, Barbra Streisand (voc, liner notes); Eddie Gomez, Sam Jones, Chuck Israels, Gordon Edwards, Wilton Felder, Michael Moore, George Duvivier, Stanley Banks, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Milt Hinton, Jim Hughart, Anthony Jackson, Will Lee, Stanley Clarke, Chuck Domanico, Ron Carter, Richard Davis, Christian McBride, Marcus Miller, Don Payne, Ralph Pena, Buster Williams (b); Peter Erskine, Ed Shaughnessy, Bobby Donaldson, Grady Tate, Chester Thompson, Colin Bailey, Vinnie Colaiuta, Joe Correro, Steve Gadd, John Guerin, Edison Machado, Harvey Mason Sr., Marty Morell, Bobby Durham, Dom Um Romao, Al Rogers, Claudio Slon (dr); Joao Palma (perc, dr); Arthur Jenkins, Bobby Rosengarden, Chino Valdez, Airto Moreira, Rubens Bassini, Larry Bunker, Paulinho Da Costa, George Devens (perc); Ray Armando, Ralph MacDonald (perc, cga); Ray Barretto (cga); Naná Vasconcellos (tabla); The London Symphony Orchestra, The New York Studio Symphony Orchestra, Singers Unlimited, Les Double Six (perf)

CD 2
  1. I Should Care / C. Ogerman [prev. unrel.]
  2. Moonlight In Vermont / Stan Getz
  3. Dreamer (Vivo Sonhando) / A. C. Jobim
  4. Fly Me To The Moon / Astrud Gilberto
  5. Sunset Boulevard / Cal Tjader
  6. Wives And Lovers / Jimmy Smith
  7. Granados / Bill Evans
  8. Look At That Face / Sammy Davis Jr.
  9. Sunrise, Sunset / Sammy Davis Jr.
10. Bumpin' On Sunset / Wes Montgomery
11. Little Rio (Un Poco Rio) / Stan Getz
12. I Didn't Know What Time It Was / S. Getz
13. Jazz Samba / Bill Evans & Jim Hall
14. Bonita / A. C. Jobim
15. I Concentrate On You / Frank Sinatra
16. Triste / A. C. Jobim
17. The Look Of Love / Stan Getz
18. Since I Fell For You / Arthur Prysock
19. By The Time I Get To Phoenix / O. Peterson
20. Wave / Oscar Peterson
21. Joy / Paul Horn
22. She / David Clayton Thomas

(S. Cahn/Axel Stordahl/Paul Weston)
(Karl Suessdorf/John Blackburn)
(Jobim/Gene Lees)
(Bart Howard)
(Ogerman)
(Burt Bacharach/Hal David)
(Enrique Granados, adapt. Ogerman)
(Anthony Newley/Leslie Bricusse)
(Jerry Bock/Sheldon Harnick)
(Montgomery)
(Ogerman)
(Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)
(Ogerman)
(Jobim/Gene Lees/Ray Gilbert)
(Cole Porter)
(Jobim)
(Burt Bacharach/Hal David)
(Buddy Johnson)
(Jim Webb)
(A. C. Jobim)
(P. Horn)
(Graham Parsons/Chris Ethridge)
CD 2
  1. Waters Of March (Aguas de Marco) / Jobim
  2. Look Around / The Singers Unlimited
  3. Night Will Fall / NY Studio Symphony Orch.
  4. A Sketch Of Eden / NY Studio Symph. Orch.
  5. Ana Luiza / Urbie Green
  6. Pieces Of Dreams / Barbra Streisand
  7. Symbiosis (1st movement, excrpt) / Bill Evans
  8. A Face Without A Name / B.Evans & E.Gomez
  9. Favors / Hank Jones
10. Breezin' / George Benson
11. Valdez In The Country / George Benson
12. Time Passed Autumn (Pt. 1) / C. Ogerman Orch.
13. Time Passed Autumn (Pt. 2) / C. Ogerman Orch.
14. Time Passed Autumn (Pt. 3) / C. Ogerman Orch.
15. Saudade Do Brasil / A. C. Jobim

(Jobim)
(Ogerman/Stanley J. Gelber)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(A. C. Jobim)
(M. Legrand/A. & M. Bergman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Bobby Womack)
(Donny Hathaway)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Jobim)

CD 3
  1. Walkin' / Stanley Turrentine
  2. If You Don't Believe Me / Stanley Turrentine
  3. Estate / Joao Gilberto
  4. Descompassadamente (Timelessly) / Joyce
  5. Antonio's Song / Michael
  6. Vivaldi's Song / Marc Almond
  7. Adagio (Concierto De Aranjuez) / J.Akkerman
  8. Pages Of Life / Stephane Grappelli
  9. Uptown Dance / Stephane Grappelli
10. City Lights / Dr. John
11. Rain / Dr. John
12. The Love Connection / Freddie Hubbard
13. Lazy Afternoon / Freddie Hubbard

(Richard Carpenter)
(June Williams/Fritz Baskett)
(Bruno Martino/Bruno Brighetti)
(Joyce Silveira/Mauricio Mendonca)
(Michael Franks)
(Michael Franks)
(Joaquin Rodrigo)
(Ettore Stratta)
(Ogerman)
(Mac Rebennack/Doc Pomus)
(Mac Rebennack)
(Hubbard)
(John Latouche/Jerome Moross)
CD 4
  1. Double Rainbow / A. C. Jobim
  2. In The Presence And Absence Of Each Other
      (Pt.1) / Ogerman & Brecker
  3. Corfu / C. Ogerman & Michael Brecker
  4. Symphonic Dances (2nd movement, excerpt) /*
  5. Symphonic Dances (3rd movement, excerpt) /*
  6. Elegia / London Symphony Orch.
  7. Preludio And Chant [exc.] / Gidon Kremer & *
  8. Concerto Lirico # / Aaron Rosand & +
  9. Lyric Suite (2nd movement) / *
10. I Loved You / Marilyn Schmiege & *
11. Smile / Gidon Kremer
12. I Should Care / Diana Krall


# (3rd movement, Valse lente)
* London Symphony Orchestra
+ National Philharmonic Orchestra

(Jobim/Gene Lees)
(Ogerman)

(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman)
(Ogerman/Alexander Pushkin)
(Ch. Chaplin, adapt. Ogerman)
(S.Cahn/A.Stordahl/P.Weston)
       

  Bossa Nova For Lovers / Various Artists
recorded: February 13, 1962 - June 15, 1967
issued: January 28, 2003, CD VERVE 065329

Ernie Royal, Stu Williamson, Bernie Glow, Jimmy Nottingham (tp); Marvin Stamm (tp, fl-h); Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Warren Covington, Wayne Andre, Kai Winding (tb); Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb); Tony Studd (b-tb); James Buffington, Earl Chapin, Tony Miranda, Joseph Singer, Ray Alonge (fr-h); Phil Bodner, Stan Webb, Bill Hammond (ww); John Barber (tu); Raymond Beckenstein, Jerome Richardson, Romeo Penque (picc-fl); Hubert Laws, Bud Shank,LEO WRIGHT, Seldon Powell (fl); Warren Bernhardt, Steve Kuhn, João Donato (p); Benny Aronov (p, harpsichord); Walter Wanderley (org); George Devens (vib); Bernard Eichen, Arnold Eidus, Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Louis Haber, Harry Lookofsky, Julius Held, Leo Kruczek, Joseph Malignaggi, George Ockner, Gene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (v); Harold Coletta, Richard Dickler, Dave Mankovitz, Dave Schwartz (viola); Seymour Barab, Maurice Bialkin, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro, Alan Shulman, Abe Kessler (cello); Margaret Ross (harp); Astrud Gilberto (voc); João Gilberto (g, voc); Antonio Carlos Jobim (g, p, voc); Toots Thielemans (g, hca, human whistle); Laurindo Almeida, Charlie Byrd, Barry Galbraith, Marcos Valle (g); Gene Byrd (b, g); Ron Carter, George Duvivier, Keter Betts, Joe Mondragon, Jose Marino, Julio Ruggiero, Tommy Williams Jr. (b); Grady Tate, Milton Banana, Buddy Deppenschmidt (dr); Jack Jennings, Bill Reichenbach, Edison Machado, Luis Parga, Jose Paulo, Jose Soares (perc); Bobby Rosengarden, Claudio Slon, Dom Um Romao (perc, dr); Don Sebesky, Marty Paich (arr, cond); Peter Keepnews (notes editing); Creed Taylor (prod); Ken Druker (exec. prod); Allan Tucker (mastering); liner notes by Al Young


  1. Vivo Sonhando (Dreamer)  / Stan Getz, João Gilberto
  2. Wave  / Antonio Carlos Jobim
  3. The Shadow Of Your Smile  / Astrud Gilberto
  4. Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars) / Stan Getz, L. Almeida
  5. My Foolish Heart / Astrud Gilberto
  6. Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved)  / Antonio Carlos Jobim
  7. Misty Roses  / Astrud Gilberto
  8. Desafinado / Antonio Carlos Jobim
  9. So Nice (Summer Samba) / Astrud Gilberto, Walter Wanderley
10. Winter Moon  / Stan Getz, Laurindo Almeida
11. Insensatez (How Insensitive) / Antonio Carlos Jobim
12. Dindi / Astrud Gilberto
13. Bahia  / Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd
14. The Girl From Ipanema / Antonio Carlos Jobim
15. O Grande Amor / Stan Getz, João Gilberto
16. Meditation / Astrud Gilberto
     

  Desafinado / Claus Ogerman, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Frank Sinatra
issues: 2003 CD DRIVE 655 ; 2006 CD DR 48167

Claus Ogerman (arr., cond.); Antonio Carlos Jobim (acc-g, p, voc, fender rhodes); Frank Sinatra (voc); Jimmy Cleveland (tb); LEO WRIGHTt (fl); Harry Lookofsky (v, concert master); Ron Carter, George Duvivier, Don Payne (b); Edison Machado, João Palma, Dom Um Romão (dr); Sonny Burke, Ray Gilbert, Creed Taylor (prod.); Frank Laico, Lee Herschberg (engineer); Ed Thrasher, Celso Brando (photography)


  1. Desafinado
  2. Meditacáo
(Meditation)
  3. The Girl from Ipanema
  4. Ligia
  5. I Concentrate on You
  6. Angela
  7. Saudade Do Brazil
  8. O Homem
  9. Drinking Again
10. O Amor en Paz
(Once I Loved)
11. Insensatez (How Insensitive)
 
     





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