Antonio Carlos Jobim - CTI (continued)
Stan Getz/Luiz Bonfa, "Jazz Samba Encore!", CTI #11252 (2001).[CD Reissue]
Other issues of this album are listed separately under their respective record labels.
Includes the Jobim songs: So Danço
Samba, Insensatez and O Morro Nao Tem
Tom Jobim actually plays 2nd guitar on this
album. Jobim also plays acoustic piano on Insensatez, and
rhythm guitar on Sambolero, So Danço Samba, O Morro Nao Tem
Vez, and Um Abraço No Getz.
O Morro Nao Tem
Samba De Duas
Um Abraco No
Ebony Samba (2nd
Ebony Samba (1st
*=not on LP release.
- Musician personnel info/credits and complete tracklist from the CTI
Personnel: Stan Getz--tenor sax; Luiz
Bonfa--guitar; Antonio Carlos Jobim--guitar and piano; George
Duvivier, Don Payne, Tommy Williams--basses; Paulo Ferreira, Dave
Bailey, Jose Carlos--drums; Maria Toledo--vocal.
Produced by Creed Taylor.
Eric Gale, "Forecast", CTI/Kudu [Japan]
#KICJ 8361 (2001).[CD Reissue]
Includes a beautiful version of "Dindi", written
by Jobim & Aloysio de Oliveira, treated by Eric Gale as a jazz
ballad played in a very slow tempo and in a very sophisticated
Musician personnel: Eric Gale (guitar), Bob James
(electric piano), Gordon Edwards (bass), Rick Marotta (drums), Ralph
MacDonald (percussion), Joe Farrell (tenor sax), Jerry Dodgion (alto
sax), Pepper Adams (baritone sax), Randy Brecker, Marvin Stamm, John
Frosk, Victor Paz & Jon Faddis (trumpets), Alan Raph, Garnett
Brown & Tony Studd (trombones) and strings. Rhythm track arranged
by Eric Gale. Strings & Horns arranged by Bob James.
Original album produced by Creed
CD Reissue supervisor and liner notes by Arnaldo
24 Bit Digital Remastering (Tokyo, May 2001) by
Various Artists, "CTI - The Master Collection", CTI #E2K 86364 (2002) [2-CD set].
Includes Paul Desmond performing Jobim's
Produced by Creed Taylor.
Larry Coryell, Jim Hall & Jack Wilkins,
"Totally Guitar - Jazz Moods", CTI #203416
Includes the Jobim standard, O Grande Amor.
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Stone Flower", CTI Master Series/Phantom Imports [Netherlands] #5051742 (2002).[CD Reissue]
God and the Devil in the Land of
Personnel: Antonio Carlos Jobim,
piano/electric piano/guitar/vocals; Eumir Deodato,
arranger/conductor/guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Urbie Green, trombone;
Ron Carter, bass; João Palma, drums; Airto Moreira &
Everaldo Ferreira, percussion; Soprano sax solo on God and the devil:
Joe Farrell; flute solo on Amparo: Hubert Laws; violin solo on Stone
Flower: Harry Lookofsky.
Produced by Creed Taylor.
[Above and below: 2003 CTI Master Series CD Reissue]
Paul Desmond, "Pure Desmond", CTI Master Series
[Europe] #CD 5127882 (October 10, 2003).[CD Reissue]
Includes Jobim's Wave composition.
LINER NOTES (by Didier C. Deutsch) and Album Credits from the 2008 Master Series CD Reissue:
Liners-1.jpg (Album Credits)
Freetempo, "Time & Love: A Tribute to CTI", CTI [Japan] #1058 (2005).[CD]
This album includes Jobim's "Children's Games" (aka "Chovendo na Roseira").
Produced, arranged, and liner notes written by Takeshi Hanzawa.
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Stone Flower", CTI [Japan] #KICJ 98511 (2009).[SHM-CD Reissue]
* * *
Arnaldo DeSouteiro's liner notes:
For the very first time, 20 CTI titles from the 70s are being released
on SHM-CD format (some of the albums from the 60s, from the A&M/CTI
era, had appeared before, such as Wes Montgomery's best-selling "A Day
In the Life").
AND, also for the first time ever, such albums were digitally
remastered, in 2009, by the man who recorded most of them during the
CTI heyday in the early 70s, the wiz Rudy Van Gelder, under the direct
supervision of another legendary jazz master, producer Creed Taylor!
The booklets preserve the original LP artworks, done mostly by the
unmatched team of Pete Turner (front cover photos) and Bob Ciano or
Tony Lane (album designs), with liner notes written by Arnaldo
DeSouteiro, Ira Gitler, Leonard Feather, Toshio Handa, Shoich Yui and
All previous CTI CDs released in Japan in the past 25 years had been
remastered at King Studios by such engineers as Seiji Kaneko and
Kuniaki Takahashi, sometimes under Arnaldo DeSouteiro's supervision;
and all the CTI CDs released in the USA and Europe by Sony had been
remastered by experts like Tim Geelan and Mark Wilder, with whom
DeSouteiro worked respectively in the first domestic releases of such
titles as Deodato's "In Concert - Live at Felt Forum" and Jobim's
Btw, albums by both Deodato and Jobim are included in this new
state-of-the-art SHM-CD series. And the liner notes for such new
reissues of the masterpieces that these two Brazilian geniuses recorded
for CTI are signed by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.
--Arnaldo DeSouteiro, 2009
* * *
Release Date in Japan: November 29, 2009.
Original Album & SHM-CD Reissue Produced by Creed Taylor
Engineered & Remastered by Rudy Van Gelder at Van Gelder Studios (Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, USA)
Cover Photo: Pete Turner
Album Design: Tony Lane
Liner Notes: Arnaldo DeSouteiro
SHM-CD means "Super High Material CD" and involves a new technology of
manufacturing. This high quality SHM-CD format features enhanced audio
quality through the use of a special polycarbonate plastic. Using a
process developed by JVC and Universal Music Japan discovered through
the joint companies' research into LCD display manufacturing, SHM-CDs
feature improved transparency on the data side of the disc, allowing
for more accurate reading of CD data by the CD player laser head.
SHM-CD format CDs are fully compatible with standard CD players.
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