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Antonio Carlos Jobim - Antonio Carlos Jobim & Friends (1996) 320 kbps

6-08-2014, 15:20
Music | Jazz | Bossa Nova | Latin

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Antonio Carlos Jobim & Friends (1996) 320 kbps

Artist: Antonio Carlos Jobim
Title Of Album: Antonio Carlos Jobim & Friends
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Verve
Genre: Jazz, Brazilian Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 73:56
Total Size: 180 MB(+3%)


1. Prelude: Medley: Inutil Paisagem/Triste/Esperanca Perdida
2. Ela E Carioca
3. The Boy From Ipanema
4. Once I Loved
5. O Grande Amor
6. No More Blues
7. Agua De Beber
8. A Felicidade
9. Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Voce
10. Luiza
11. Wave
12. Caminhos Cruzados
13. Finale: The Girl From Ipanema

Jobim made his last Brazilian concert appearance -- and the penultimate one of his life -- at this warm, star-studded affair in which American jazz musicians jetted down to the Free Jazz Festival in São Paulo to pay effusive homage. The miracle is how easily the jazzers were able to capture the yearning essence of Jobim's idiom without really compromising their own distinct styles. Thus, Joe Henderson welds his trademark unpredictable flurries into the cool tenor sax bossa nova tradition, Shirley Horn does "Once I Loved" in her own inimitable manner that matches the mood of the song perfectly, Jon Hendricks' scatting fits the samba like a glove. The pianists go somewhat outside the idiom -- Herbie Hancock's modern complexity, Gonzalo Rubalcaba's technical fireworks laced with Afro-Cuban salsa -- but they stay within their orbits around the Jobim sun. The composer himself only appears on the last four tracks -- he sounds weary and ill -- yet he radiates his gentle warmth and spirit throughout the evening.

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