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Eumir Deodato - Inutil Paisagem (1964) 320 kbps

29-12-2013, 17:34
Music | Jazz | Latin

Eumir Deodato - Inutil Paisagem (1964) 320 kbps

Artist: Eumir Deodato
Title Of Album: Inutil Paisagem
Year Of Release: 1964
Label: Universal Do Brasil
Genre: Jazz, Latin Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 33:37
Total Size: 79 MB(+3%)


01 - Insensatez
02 - Corcovado
03 - So Tinha De Ser Com Voce
04 - O Morro Nao tem Vez
05 - Ela E Carioca
06 - O Amor Em Paz
07 - Garota de Ipanema
08 - Inutil Paisagem
09 - Samba De Uma Nota So
10 - Meditacao
11 - Vivo Sonhando
12 - Samba do Aviao

Eumir Deodato De Almeida - acoustic piano
Oscar Castro-Neves - acoustic guitar
Luis Marinho - acoustic bass
Juquinha - drums
Roberto Menescal - acoustic guitar on tracks
Meirelles - flute and tenor saxophone
Hamilton - trumpet
Paulo Moura - alto saxophone
Cipo - tenor saxophone
Copinha - flute
Edson Maciel - trombone
Aurino Ferreira - baritone saxophone

This album is a reissue of Deodato's debut solo record, originally registered for (extinct) label Forma in the studios of RCA between July 21 and 23, 1964, when the "Girl From Ipanema" hadn't been presented to American audiences yet. The repertoire consists uniquely of Jobim's classics. Deodato was only 22 years old, but already had five years worth of experience as an orchestral conductor. The revealing original liner notes by Tom Jobim express with subtlety Jobim's amazement at such precocious mastery: "Eumir Deodato is not only the perfect bridge engineer which all arrangers should be, but also the creator and poet which all arrangers must be." The influence of the delicacy of Gil Evans is evident on an album where straightforward, to-the-letter, simple renditions of Jobim's tunes coexist with an inventive use of orchestral backing and choice of timbres. Historic names of Brazilian music can be known in this record, as the late trombonist Maciel and the clarinetist Paulo Moura. Also here are the maestro Copinha, maestro Cipу, Roberto Menescal, Oscar Castro-Neves, and Deodato on the piano, along with other masters. ~ Alvaro Neder

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