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Antonio Carlos Jobim - Elektra



Sergio Mendes, "Brasil '88", Elektra #6E-134 (1978).[LP Reissue]

Includes Tom Jobim's "Waters of March".

Personnel: Sergio Mendes-keyboards, Nathan Watts-bass, Raymond Pounds & Alex Acuna-drums, Michael Sembello, Oscar Neves, Nelson Angelo-guitars, Laudir Oliveria, Nana, Emil Richards, Kenneth Nash, Sergio Mendes-percussion, Marietta Waters & Carol Rogers-vocals, Harry Bluestone, Paul Shure, Nathan Ross, Murray Adler, Henry Ferber, Shirley Cornell, Gordon Marron, Israel Baker, Arnold Belnick, Stanley Plummer, Assa Drori, Ralph Silverman, Sheldon Sanov, Ronald Folson, Don Palmer, Carl La Magna, David Frisina, Tibor Zelig-violins, David Schwartz, Richard Dickler, Virginia Majewski, Samuel Beghossian, Gareth Nuttycombe, Alan Harshman, Rollice Dale-violas, Jeff Solow, Douglas Davis, Raymond Kelley, Edgar Lustgarden-cellos, Dorothy Remsen-harp, Bud Shank, Gene Cipriano, Terry Harrington, Ted Nash, Ronald Langinger, Jerome Richardson, Ernest Watts, Don Menza-flutes and piccolo, Chuck Findley-trumpet, Frank Rosolino-trombone, Ernest Watts-baritone sax, Don Menza-tenor sax, Jerome Richardson-soprano sax, Chuck Findley-flugelhorn, David Duke, Richard Perissi, Vincent de Rosa-french horns.

Horns and String Arrangements by Richard Hazard.

Background Singer on "One More Lie" - Cruz Baca.

Orchestra Manager: Ben Barrett. 



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Natalie Cole, "Stardust", Elektra #61946 (1996).[CD]

Includes Jobim's "Dindi".

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Ettore Stratta, "Symphonic Bossa Nova", Elektra/Asylum #90877 (1994).[CD]

Contains Jobim's "How Insensative", "One Note Samba" and "The Girl From Ipanema."

Produced by Ettore Stratta.

Arrangements by Jorge Calandrelli.


 
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