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Antonio Carlos Jobim - Jazz Station Records (JSR)


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Claudio Roditi, "Day Waves", JSR/TER CD #107.215 (1992).[CD]

Includes the following Jobim tracks:

Ana Luiza (Jobim)

Sue Ann (Jobim)

Personnel: Claudio Roditi (trumpet & flugelhorn), Osmar Milito & Jota Moraes (keyboards), Sergio Barroso & Arthur Maia (bass), Pascoal Meirelles (drums), Mauro Senise (alto sax & flutes), Idriss Boudrioua (alto sax). Arranged by Osmar Milito & Jota Moraes.

Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Productions.

Executive Producer: Ronald Iskin for Terra Musica.

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Ithamara Koorax, "Red River", JSR/Paddle Wheel [Japan] #KICP 497 (1995).[CD]

Includes Jobim's very last recording session, on the duo track E Preciso Dizer Adeus (All That's Left Is To Say Goodbye), written by Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes.

Also includes:

Retrato Em Branco E Preto (aka Zingaro) by Jobim and Chico Buarque

Correnteza by Jobim and Luiz Bonfa.

Personnel: Ithamara Koorax (vocal), Antonio Carlos Jobim (piano), Paulo Malaguti (keyboards), Ron Carter (bass), Pascoal Meirelles (drums), Sidinho Moreira and Arnaldo DeSouteiro (percussion), Sadao Watanabe (alto sax), Daniel Garcia and Carlos Malta (tenor sax), Paulo Sergio Santos (clarinet).

Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

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Eumir Deodato, "Inútil Paisagem - as maiores composições de Antonio Carlos Jobim", JSR/Universal CD #848270-2 (1998).[24-bit CD Reissue]

Tracklist:

Insensatez

Corcovado

Só Tinha De Ser Com Vocé

O Morro Não Tem Vez

Vivo Sonhando

Ela É Carioca

O Amor Em Paz

Garota De Ipanema

Inútil Paisagem

Samba De Uma Nota Só

Meditação

Samba Do Avião

Special Note: This is Deodato's debut solo album, recorded in 1964 when he was 22 years old, and entirely dedicated to Jobim`s songs. The JSR CD reissue, produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for his own JSR label & distributed by Universal, is a 24-bit remastering from the original master tapes, reproducing the original cover art of the LP release. Liner notes by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Tarik de Souza.

Personnel includes: Eumir Deodato (piano & arranger), Luis Marinho (bass), Juquinha (drums), Oscar Castro-Neves & Roberto Menescal (guitars), Copinha & Meirelles (flute), Hamilton (trumpet), Edson Maciel (trombone), Meirelles & Cipo (tenor sax), Paulo Moura (alto sax), Aurino Ferreira (baritone) and Irany Pinto (concertmaster of the string section).

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[Original CD]


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[Japan CD]

Ithamara Koorax, "Serenade in Blue", JSR/Fantasy Jazz/Milestone #MCD 9301-2 (2000).[CD]
Ithamara Koorax, "Serenade In Blue", JSR/Paddle Wheel [Japan] #696 (2000).[CD]

Contains Jobim's Bonita.

Musician personnel on this track: Ithamara Koorax (vocal), Gonzalo Rubalcaba (acoustic piano), Sergio Barroso (bass), Dom Um Romao (drums), Nelson Angelo (acoustic guitar & arranger) and Carlos Malta (tenor sax and flute).

Complete Musician credits:

Acoustic Bass – Sergio Barroso
Acoustic Guitar – Jay Berliner, Nelson Angelo
Adapted By – Eumir Deodato (tracks: 7), Lindolfo Gaya (tracks: 2)
Arranged By – Arnaldo DeSouteiro (tracks: 3, 5), Eumir Deodato (tracks: 7, 9), Fábio Fonseca (tracks: 4), José Roberto Bertrami (tracks: 2, 8), Marcos Valle (tracks: 6), Nelson Angelo (tracks: 1)
Backing Band – Azymuth (tracks: 2, 3, 6, 8)
Concert Grand Piano – Gonzalo Rubalcaba
Drums – Dom Um Romao, Mamão
Electric Bass – Alex Malheiros
Electric Piano – Marcos Valle
Electric Piano, Keyboards – José Roberto Bertrami
Electric Piano, Organ, Clavinet – Fábio Fonseca
Engineer – Eumir Deodato, Gustavo Andriewiski, Kevin Jasper, Luciano Tarta, Marcelinho Da Lua, Marcelo Sabóia, Marcos Sabóia, Toninho Barbosa
Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Carlos Malta
Harp – Cristina Braga
Keyboards – Eumir Deodato, Kevin Jasper
Lead Vocals – Ithamara Koorax
Liner Notes – Lee Jeske
Mastered By – Rodrigo de Castro Lopes
Percussion – Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Dom Um Romao, Laudir de Oliveira
Photography By – Celso Brando, Livio Campos, Sebastião Castelano
Producer – Arnaldo DeSouteiro


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LINER NOTES:


  Serenade-1.pdf - Page 1 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

   Serenade-2.pdf - Page 2 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

   Serenade-3.pdf - Page 3 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

   Serenade-4.pdf - Page 4 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Productions.

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[Original CD]


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[European CD]

Palmyra & Levita with João Donato, "Here's That Rainy Bossa Day", Jazz Station Records [Brazil] #JSR/KICP 839 (2001).[CD]
Palmyra & Levita with João Donato, "Here's That Rainy Bossa Day", Jazz Station Records-Irma Group [Europe] #IRMA510181-2 (2002).[CD]

Includes the following Jobim songs:

1. Fotografia (Photograph)

2. Vivo Sonhando (Dreamer)

3. Inutil Paisagem (Useless Landscape)

4. Corcovado (Quiet Nights)


Musician personnel: Palmyra (vocal), Paulo Levita (acoustic guitar) and Joao Donato (acoustic piano).

Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Records.



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