Feel the Blues with all that Jazz
English (United Kingdom)Polish (Poland)
Home Jazz Antonio Carlos Jobim Antonio Carlos Jobim - Inédito (2006)

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Inédito (2006)

User Rating: / 0
PoorBest 

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Inédito (2006)

Image could not be displayed. Check browser for compatibility.

CD 1
01 Wave
02 Chega de Saudade
03 Sabia
04 Samba Do Aviao
05 Garota de Ipanema
06 Retrato em Branco E Preto
07 Modinha (Seresta No 5)
08 Modinha
09 Canta, Canta Mais
10 Eu Nao Existo Sem Voce
11 Por Causa de Voce
12 Sucedeu Assim

CD 2
01 Imagina
02 Eu Sei que Vou Te Amar
03 Cancao Do Amor Demais
04 Falando de Amor
05 Inutil Paisagem
06 Derradeira Primavera
07 Cancao em Modo Menor
08 Estrada Do Sol
09 Aguas de Marco
10 Samba de Uma Nota So
11 Desafinado
12 A Felicidade

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Guitar, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals

 

As a celebration of "Tom" Jobim's 60th birthday in 1987, a Brazilian consort simply called the Organization sponsored an album that anthologized his output as a composer. Jobim made the final choices of 24 tunes, recorded them with his band of family and friends, and the results were released privately in a limited edition. Recorded at around the same time as Passarim, it's possible that Jobim did not want this retrospective to compete with his new material. Not until 1995 did the Brazilian arm of BMG put out a commercial edition of this project in a very handsome two-CD box with a beautifully illustrated 38-page color booklet (alas, the contents could have been easily squeezed onto only one CD). It's far from a casual project, obviously carefully rehearsed and polished; rather it's an intimate one, using a minimum of resources, backed only by Jobim's simply-stated piano on several tracks. There is the expected quota of greatest hits like "Desafinado," "One Note Samba," "Chega de Saudades," and "Wave," yet the bulk of the material is not very familiar, often dispatched in to-the-point slices that sometimes clock in at less than two minutes. Jobim also takes a personal flyer by including his countryman Heitor Villa-Lobos' haunting "Seresta No. 5," with just himself on piano backing Danilo Caymmi's vocal, followed by his own "Modinha." Jaques Morelenbaum provides the occasional string arrangements and cello solos, again keeping things uncluttered and decidedly less ambitious than Claus Ogerman's charts on a previous Jobim retrospective, Terra Brasilis. Sometimes the arrangements are unpredictable; "The Girl From Ipanema" omits the words of the first chorus, picking up the thread on the bridge, and the stunning "Estrada do Sol" shifts gears several times. The feeling of saudade is very much front and center on Jobim's birthday present to himself -- he later said that this was his favorite album -- and all of his connoisseurs should try to hunt it down in the import bins. --- Richard S. Ginell, Rovi

download: uploaded yandex 4shared mediafire solidfiles mega zalivalka filecloudio anonfiles oboom

back

Last Updated (Saturday, 19 July 2014 13:42)

 

Before downloading any file you are required to read and accept the
Terms and Conditions.

If you are an artist or agent, and would like your music removed from this site,
please e-mail us on
abuse@theblues-thatjazz.com
and we will remove them as soon as possible.


Polls
What music genre would you like to find here the most?
 
Now onsite:
  • 183 guests
Content View Hits : 112141150