Tom Jobim, 1987.

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Concord Jazz


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George Shearing and Marian McPartland, "Alone Together", Concord Jazz #CCD-4171 (1981).[CD]

Album contains Jobim's "O Grande Amor" composition.

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.

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[U.S. LP]

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., May 1981.

Musician personnel:

Charlie Byrd - guitar
Bud Shank - alto saxophone
Joe Byrd - bass
Charles Redd - drums


George Shearing and Jim Hall, "First Edition", Concord Records #CJ-177 (1982).[LP]

This album contains the track "To Antonio Carlos Jobim".

[U.S. Label]

Bruce Forman and George Cables, "Dynamics", Concord Jazz #CJ-279 (1985).[LP]
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.

Antonio Carlos Jobim, "The Antonio Carlos Jobim Songbook", Concord Jazz #4521 (1997).[CD]
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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