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Tamba 4 - Samba Blim (2006)

23-12-2015, 06:12
Jazz | World | Latin | FLAC / APE

Title: Samba Blim
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: A&M/CTI/Universal: UCCU-9216
Genre: Latin Jazz, Samba, World Fusion
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 31:59
Total Size: 173 mb


01. Samba Blim (Bandeira) - 2:39
02. Watch What Happens (Legrand-Gimbel) - 3:24
03. Weekend (Eca) - 1:59
04. Palladium (Divo) - 2:06
05. Quietly (Ohana-Dorio-Eca) - 2:12
06. Know It All (Donato-Valle) - 2:43
07. Reza (Lobo-Guerra-Gimbel) - 2:32
08. Tristeza de Nos Dois (Ferreira-Bebeto-Einhorn) - 2:45
09. San Salvador (Ferreira-Aglae) - 2:22
10. Slick (Alpert-Pisano) - 3:11
11. Baiano (Luz) - 2:51
12. Pregao (Ricardo-Diegues) - 3:15

Luiz Eca - piano
Ohana - drums, conga, afuche
Bebeto - flutes
Dorio - bass, guitar, percussion
Emanuel Green, David Nadien, Matthew Raimondi, Tosha Samaroff, Gino Louis Sambuco, Julius Schacter, Jack Zayde, Joseph Zwilich - violins
Alfred Brown, Harold Coletta, David Mankovitz, Emanuel Vardi - violas
Charles McCracken, George Ricci - cellos

Apparently the extended searchings of We and the Sea didn't translate into much radio airplay, so Creed Taylor had the Tamba 4 limit their excursions to the usual A&M/CTI bite-sized portions on its follow-up LP. Though the voodoo feeling and classical erudition of the previous album is lost, the listener does get a seductive series of melodic vignettes, by no means repetitive in mood and usually alive with the infectious groove of the bossa nova. Luiz Eca has less to do on the keyboard but contributes some sensuous string charts to a few tracks, and the group's chanted vocals and Bebeto's sexy bass, alto and standard flutes become the group's signatures. The repertoire ranges from Brazilian standards like Joao Donato's "Know It All" and Edu Lobo's "Reza" to North American pop like "Watch What Happens" and the Tijuana Brass flip side "Slick.Samba Blim doesn't draw you in as completely as its predecessor -- the tunes are over before you know it -- but it remains intensely musical, catching real fire on "Weekend" and "San Salvador."

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balthaxar   User offline   23 December 2015 07:50

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