Antonio Carlos Jobim - Columbia (continued)
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Stone Flower", Columbia [Brazil] #771.005/2-467946 (1991).[First Brazilian CD Issue]
God and the Devil in the Land of
- This is a transcription, retyped especially for this site, of the
liner notes for the Japanese 24-bit remastering of Jobim's "Stone
Flower" album and written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro. These liner notes also appear in this Brazil CD Issue.
Musician 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.
Liner Notes by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.
Produced by Creed Taylor.
Various Artists, "This is Jazz #29, Bossa
Nova", Columbia/Legacy #CK 65045-2 (1997).[CD
Antonio Carlos Jobim performs "Brazil"; in
addition, other artists perform "Dindi", "Wave", "Corcovado",
"Picture in Black and White", "Sabia", "Double Rainbow".
- Page 1 of liner notes written by James Isaacs.
- Page 2 of liner notes written by James Isaacs.
- Page 3 of liner notes written by James Isaacs.
Various Artists, "A Tribute to Antonio Carlos
Jobim", Columbia [Japan] #QTCY-2112 (1998).[CD
Contains the following compositions by Jobim: "So
Danco Samba", "O Morro Nao Tem Vez", "One Note Samba", "Agua De
Beber", "Corcovado", "Once I Loved", "A Felicidade", "Dindi", "Girl
From Ipanema", "Children's Games", "Off-Key", "Song of the Jet", "How
Insensative", "If You Never Come To Me", "Meditation", "Dreamer",
"Modinha", "Chega De Saudade", "Vou Te Contar", "Les Eaux De
Thelma Soares, "Thelma - The Haunting New Voice From Brazil", Columbia [Brazil] #________ (unknown year).[LP]
This album includes these Jobim compositions:
Samba de Uma Nota Só
Garota de Ipanema
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