Tom Jobim in concert.
Antonio Carlos Jobim - Metro Records:
Wes Montgomery, "Tequila",
Metro Records [import] #2348-117 (year unknown).[LP]
Note the mispelling of the track "The Thumb".
Jobim's composition "How Insensative" is included in
Claus Ogerman's involvement in this album is detailed
below the tracklist.
Midnight Mood *
Bumpin' On Sunset *
What the World Needs Now Is
How Insensative *
The Big Hurt *
Little Child *
* Special Note:
research assistant Peter Bay has confirmed that "The
Edition CD Reissue of this album contains a total of
12 tracks as
opposed to the original LP which has 8 tracks.
On the original
LP, Claus Ogerman arranged only these tracks with
'Little Child,' 'The Big Hurt,' 'Bumpin' On Sunset,'
Insensative) and 'Midnight Mood.' This information
was confirmed by
that given on the CD reissue of this album - despite
the fact that the
original (Verve) LP cover says that the album is
'arranged by Claus
are two tracks recorded with all of the above which
were not a part of
the original "Tequila" recording:
Bumpin' On Sunset (alt.
take) Master Number: 71L2698
The Big Hurt (alt. take)
Master Number: 71L2696
Jimmy Smith Plus
Big Band, "A Walk On The Wild Side", Metro Records [UK]
#2364015 (1964).[2-LP Compilation Set]
Jobim's composition "Meditation" is included in this album.
All tracks originally produced by Creed Taylor.
[Germany LP Reissue]
Walter Wanderley, "Brazilian Mood", Metro
[Germany] #2356 111 (unknown year).[LP Reissue]
The tracklist on this LP is identical to that of "Rain
Forest" on the Verve label.
This album contains the Jobim compositions "The Girl From
Ipanema", "The Great Love" and "Song of the Jet".
Produced by Creed Taylor.
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