Tom Jobim, 1987.
Antonio Carlos Jobim - Concord Jazz
George Shearing and Marian McPartland, "Alone
Together", Concord Jazz #CCD-4171 (1981).[CD]
Album contains Jobim's "O Grande Amor"
From the liner notes:
Marian: This is a wonderful Jobim tune. I
don't know why it's not done more often.
George: I've found I can play it at many
tempos, and get lots of textures and feelings out of it.
The Charlie Byrd Trio With Bud Shank,
"Brazilville", Concord Jazz #CJP-173 (1982).[LP]
Jobim compositions included on this album include "How
Insensative" and "Zingaro".
Liner notes by Felix Grant.
Produced by Carl E. Jefferson.
Recorded live at Charlie's Georgetown, Washington, D.C.,
Charlie Byrd - guitar
Bud Shank - alto saxophone
Joe Byrd - bass
Charles Redd - drums
George Shearing and Jim Hall, "First Edition", Concord Records
This album contains the track "To Antonio Carlos Jobim".
Bruce Forman and George Cables, "Dynamics", Concord Jazz #CJ-279
Jobim's composition "Felicidade" is included in this album.
Produced by Carl E. Jefferson & Chris Long.
Carlos Barbosa-Lima & Sharon Isbin, "Brazil,
With Love", Concord Jazz #4320 (1987).[CD]
This album contains tracks composed by Tom
Jobim, tracks arranged by Jobim, and liner notes also by
Jobim, "The Antonio Carlos Jobim Songbook", Concord Jazz #4521
No album photo or other listing info available.
Charlie Byrd, "My Inspiration: Music of
Brazil", Concord Jazz #4850 (1999).[CD]
Includes Jobim's Desafinado, Fotografia, Agua De
Beber, So Danco Samba, Someone To Light Up My Life.
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