This photo is from the back album cover of "A Certain Mr. Jobim" (1967); the credits underneath the photo are wrong -
seated in foreground on the left (wearing glasses) is arranger/conductor Claus Ogerman,
(producers) George Lee and Ray Gilbert; standing behind them (l-r) is Antonio Carlos Jobim
and (drummer) Dom Um Romao. Unknown person standing behind them and unknown person to the far left of photo.

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Milestone

Charlie Byrd, "Latin Byrd", Milestone #47005 (1973).[2 LP Compilation]

Includes Jobim's Meditacao, Samba de Uma Nota So, Desafinado, Outra Vez, Insensatez and Chega de Saudade.


Flora Purim, "Butterfly Dreams", Milestone LP #9052 (1973).[LP]
Flora Purim, "Butterfly Dreams", Milestone #OJCCD-315-2 (1987) [CD].

Tracklist includes Dindi, by Jobim and Aloysio de Oliveira, although it is credited to Jobim and Vinicius de Moares.

Personnel includes: Flora Purim (vocal), George Duke (electric piano), Stanley Clarke (bass), Airto Moreira (drums and percussion), David Amaro (guitar) and Joe Henderson (tenor sax).

[U.S. CD Reissue]

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[Japan DJ/Promo CD]

Flora Purim, "Stories To Tell", Milestone LP #M-9058 (1974).[LP]
Flora Purim, "Stories To Tell", Milestone/Original Jazz Classics #OJCCD-619-2 (1991).[CD]
Flora Purim, "Stories To Tell", Milestone/Victor [Japan] #VICJ 61022 (2002).[DJ/Promo CD]

Tracklist includes Insensatez (Jobim & Vinicius de Moraes).

Personnel includes: Flora Purim (vocal), Ron Carter (bass), Airto Moreira (percussion), Earl Klugh and Oscar Castro-Neves (guitars).

[Original CD]

[2-in-1 CD Reissue]

Jose Roberto Bertrami, "Dreams Are Real", Milestones #________ (1990).[CD].
Jose Roberto Bertrami, "Blue Wave"/"Dreams Are Real", Milestone #_______ (1999).[2-in-1 CD Reissue]

This Original CD and CD Reissue contains Jobim's "Some To Light Up My Life".


Various Artists, "Brazilian Horizons, Vol. 1", Milestone #MCD 47073-2 (1998).[CD Compilation]

Jobim compositions included in this compilation include:

1. Ella Fitzgerald: Song Of The Jet (aka Samba do Aviao) (Jobim-Lees)

Special Note: One of the strongest tracks on the double album "Ella Abraça Jobim" had to be omitted from the single-CD reissue due to space limitations. So, this track cannot be found on CD format elsewhere!

4. Dom Um Romao: Chovendo Na Roseira (aka Double Rainbow) (Jobim)

6. Joe Pass & Paulinho da Costa: Corcovado (Jobim)

12. Sarah Vaughan: Triste (Jobim) featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim playing on Yamaha CP-80 piano.

Text (written by Fantasy Records' publicist Terri Hinte) for the back cover of the CD:

"Culled from the rich holdings of the Milestone, Pablo, and Fantasy labels by the prominent producer/journalist Arnaldo DeSouteiro, this exciting CD embodies the incredible diversity and sophistication of Brazilian music. The focus is on recordings from the Seventies and Eighties - by singers such as Ella Fitzgerald and Flora Purim, American instrumentalists like Cannonball Adderley, Cal Tjader, and Jim Hall, and Brazilian leaders, including Luiz Bonfá, Raul de Souza, and Claudio Roditi. Throughout, the musicians and arrangers comprise a who's who of modern Brazilian music: Egberto Gismonti, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Milton Nascimento, and Hermeto Pascoal are just a few of the featured sidemen lending support. It should be noted that about half of the material is making its first appearance on CD."

Musician personnel and Album credits:

Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Arranger, Producer, Liner Notes, Photography, Compilation Producer
Alex Acuña - Drums
Cannonball Adderley - Sax (Alto), Producer, Performer
Nat Adderley - Cornet, Producer
Luiz Alves - Bass (Acoustic)
David Amaro - Guitar (Electric)
Nelson Ângelo - Guitar (Electric)
Ariovaldo Contesini - Percussion
Benny Aronov - Piano (Acoustic)
Jay Ashby - Trombone
Nico Assumpção - Bass (Electric)
Azymuth - Performer
Octavio Bailly, Jr. - Bass (Electric)
Sergio Barroso - Bass (Acoustic)
Chico Batera - Percussion
Alvin Batiste - Electric Clarinet
Ignacio Berroa - Drums
José Roberto Bertrami - Organ, Percussion, Arranger, Keyboards, Producer, Performer, Vocoder
Richard Bock - Producer
George Bohannon - Trombone
George Bohanon - Trombone
Luiz Bonfá - Guitar (Acoustic)
Oscar Brashear - Trumpet
Phil Bray - Photography
Erich Bulling - Arranger, Engineer
Ron Carter - Bass (Acoustic)
Oscar Castro-Neves - Guitar (Acoustic)
Danilo Caymmi - Flute
Malcolm Cecil - Bass (Acoustic)
Ivan Conti (Mamão) - Drums
Rafael Cruz - Percussion
Ronnie Cuber - Saxophone
Paulinho da Costa - Percussion
Wilson das Neves - Drums
Richard Davis - Bass (Acoustic)
Jack DeJohnette - Drums
Lew DelGatto - Clarinet, Flute
Helio Delmiro - Guitar (Electric)
Thiago de Mello - Organic Percussion, Vocal Effects
Aloysio de Oliveira - Producer
Laudir de Oliveira - Percussion
Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Arranger, Producer, Liner Notes, Photography, Compilation Producer
Raul de Souza - Trombone, Performer
Kirk Felton - Remastering
David Finck - Bass (Acoustic)
Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals, Performer
Sonny Fortune - Saxophone
Daniel Freiberg - Synthesizer
David Gahr - Photography
Egberto Gismonti - Synthesizer, Piano, Performer
Dawilli Gonga (George Duke) - Arranger, Synthesizer, Keyboards, Piano (Electric)
Norman Granz - Producer
Don Grusin - Piano (Acoustic)
Jim Hall - Guitar (Electric)
Jack Jeffries - Trombone
Antonio Carlos Jobim - Piano (Acoustic), Arranger, Piano (Electric), Performer
Paulo Jobim - Flute
Alphonso Johnson - Bass (Electric)
J.J. Johnson - Conductor, Horn Arrangements
Dick Katz - Producer
Helen Keane - Producer
Orrin Keepnews - Producer
Steve Kroon - Percussion
Abraham Laboriel - Bass (Electric)
Mike Lang - Piano (Electric)
Ted Lo - Piano (Acoustic)
Alex Malheiros - Guitar, Bass (Electric)
Tom Malone - Trombone
Robert Mapplethorpe - Photography
Nilson Matta - Bass (Acoustic)
Pascoal Meirelles - Drums
Jota Moraes - Arranger, Keyboards
Airto Moreira - Percussion, Drums, Producer
Sidinho Moreira - Percussion
Frank Morgan - Sax (Alto)
Mark Murphy Vocals
Milton Nascimento - Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals
Kenneth Nash - Percussion
Novelli - Bass (Electric)
Paulinho Oliveira - Flugelhorn
Hermeto Pascoal - Arranger
Joe Pass - Guitar (Electric)
Ricardo Peixoto - Guitar (Electric)
Danílo Perez - Piano (Acoustic)
Portinho - Percussion
Flora Purim - Percussion, Vocals
Jamie Putnam - Art Direction
Pat Rebillot - Piano (Electric)
Jerome Richardson - Flute
Claudio Roditi - Percussion, Trumpet, Arranger, Flugelhorn
Dom Um Romão - Drums, Producer
Alan Rubin - Trumpet
Dom Salvador - Piano (Acoustic)
Sahib Shihab - Flute
Deb Sibony - Design, Cover Art
Robertinho Silva - Percussion, Drums
Claudio Slon - Drums
Mauricio Smith - Clarinet, Flute
Toots Thielemans - Harmonica
Wagner Tiso - Hammond Organ, Arranger
Cal Tjader - Marimba, Vibes
Terry Trotter - Piano (Electric)
Sarah Vaughan - Vocals
Célia Vaz - Arranger, Conductor
Donald Waldrop - Trombone
Snooky Young - Trumpet
Zizinho - Percussion

Compilation Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.


Various Artists, "Brazilian Horizons, Volume 2", Milestone #MCD-47078 (1999).[CD Compilation]

Compilation Produced & Annotated by Arnaldo DeSouteiro in September and October, 1998.
Digitally Mastered at Fantasy Studios (Berkeley, California, USA) by Joe Tarantino on October 28, 1998.
U.S. Release Date: January 26, 1999.
Text (written by Terri Hinte, Milestone/Fantasy Records' publicist) for the back cover of the CD:

"This second release of Brazilian Horizons is an ideal companion to Milestone's earlier collection of (in the words of both sets' producer) "jazz-imbued Brazilian music and Brazilian-inspired jazz." Expertly compiled by Arnaldo DeSouteiro, music-rich Brazil's foremost jazz producer and journalist, this anthology offers a gliterring array of jazz and latin-jazz players and singers (Coltrane, Fitzgerald, Tyner and Tjader among them) and major figures of Brazilian music (including Antonio Carlos Jobim, Bola Sete, and Moacir Santos) interpreting the timeless songs of Jobim, Ary Barroso, João Gilberto, Luiz Bonfá, Ivan Lins, and Milton Nascimento, among others. While bossa nova is the widely represented idiom, pre- and post-bossa styles are well represented, too, in almost 73 minutes of poignant melodies, flowing solos, percolating rhythms, and poetic lyrics. Perhaps the most notable item here is Jobim's "Dreamer", previously available only on an obscure 45, featuring the composer on guitar and a wistful, Chet Baker-ish vocal by the late arranger/composer/vibist Gary McFarland."


1 Dreamer - Gary McFarland with Antonio Carlos Jobim 2:34

2 Um Abraço No Bonfá (A Salute to Bonfá) - Charlie Byrd 2:23

3 Samba de Orfeu - Vince Guaraldi 5:41

4 Bahia - John Coltrane 6:17

5 Carnival Samba - Dave Pike with Clark Terry 4:28

6 Bluchanga - Mongo Santamaria featuring João Donato 7:58

7 Influência do Jazz - Bola Sete 2:38

8 A Little Tear [Razão de Viver] - Milt Jackson 3:23

9 Saudade Do Brasil - Bill Evans 5:45

10 Ligia - Stanley Turrentine 5:52

11 Manhã de Carnaval - McCoy Tyner with Freddie Hubbard 5:16

12 Nanã - Kenny Burrell featuring Moacir Santos 6:21

13 Madalena - Ella Fitzgerald with The Tommy Flanagan Trio 3:40

14 Tambu [Tombo in 7/4] - Cal Tjader & Charlie Byrd 6:15

15 Escravos de Jó - Dom Um Romão 4:03

Total Time 72:39

Album credits and musician personnel:

Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Producer, Liner Notes, Compilation Producer
Al Aarons - Trumpet
Colin Bailey - Drums
Erroll Crusher Bennett - Percussion
Dick Berk - Percussion
Keter Betts - Bass
Phil Bray - Photography
Ray Brown - Bass
Dennis Budimir - Guitar
Monty Budwig - Bass
Kenny Burrell - Guitar, Producer
Charlie Byrd - Guitar, Performer
Joe Byrd - Bass (Electric)
Ron Carter - Bass
Paul Chambers - Bass
Julio Collazo - Drums
Charles Collins - Drums
Rudy Collins - Drums
John Coltrane - Sax (Tenor)
Mayuto Correa - Percussion
Ronnie Cuber - Sax (Baritone)
Paulinho da Costa - Percussion, Congas
Lew DelGatto - Clarinet, Flute
Pat Dixon - Cello
João Donato - Piano, Arranger
Bill Evans - Piano, Piano (Electric)
Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals, Performer
Tommy Flanagan Trio - Performer
Tommy Flanagan - Piano
Sonny Fortune - Sax (Alto)
Al Foster - Drums
Eric Gale - Guitar
Red Garland - Piano
Benny Golson - Arranger
Eddie Gomez - Bass
Norman Granz - Producer
Paul Griffin - Piano (Electric)
Vince Guaraldi - Piano, Producer
John Heard - Bass
Freddie Hubbard - Flugelhorn
Milt Jackson - Vibraphone
Jack Jeffries - Trombone
Antonio Carlos Jobim - Guitar
Reggie Johnson - Bass
Jimmy Jones - Conductor, String Arrangements
Helen Keane - Producer
Orrin Keepnews - Producer
Ulysses Kirksey - Cello
Steve Kroon - Percussion, Conga
Cal Lampley - Producer
Hubert Laws - Flute
Pupi Legarreta - Violin
Rolando Lozano - Flute (Wood), Wood Flute
Tom Malone - Trombone
Cuco Martinez - Timbales
Elliot Mazer - Producer
Cecil McBee - Bass
Lenny McBrowne - Drums
Gary McFarland - Vocals
Jack Nimitz - Flute, Saxophone
José Paulo - Percussion
Don Payne - Bass
Dave Pike - Vibraphone
Jamie Putnam - Artwork, Art Direction
Johnny Rae - Drums
Bill Reichenbach Sr. - Drums
Jerome Richardson - Flute, Saxophone
Claudio Roditi - Trumpet
Willie Rodriguez - Percussion
Dom Um Romão - Percussion, Drums, Producer
Alan Rubin - Trumpet
Dom Salvador - Vocals
Mongo Santamaria - Congas
Moacir Santos - Percussion, Congas, Vocals
Bola Sete - Guitar
Deb Sibony - Design
Jose "Chombo" Silva - Sax (Tenor)
Spencer Sinatra - Flute
Sivuca - Guitar, Vocals
Jimmie Smith - Drums
Mauricio Smith - Clarinet, Flute
Maurice Spears - Trombone
Mike Stephans - Drums
Joe Tarantino - Remastering
Art Taylor - Drums
Clark Terry - Flugelhorn
Ed Thigpen - Drums
Cal Tjader - Vibraphone
Stanley Turrentine - Sax (Tenor), Producer
McCoy Tyner - Piano
David Van De Pitte - Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements, Mixing
Célia Vaz - Arranger, Conductor, Vocals
Victor Venegas - Bass
Bob Weinstock - Supervisor
Chris White - Bass
Arnold Wise - Drums
Mike Wofford - Piano (Electric)
Michael Wolff - Piano (Electric)








Various Artists, "Jazz Samba Vol.2", Milestone/ZYX CD #55139-2 (1999).[CD]

Includes the following Jobim songs and performance:

Ella Fitzgerald - Triste

Walter Wanderley - Wave

Gary McFarland & Jobim - Dreamer

Charlie Byrd - Chega de Saudade

Flora Purim - Insensatez

Ella Fitzgerald - Somewhere in the Hills

Joe Pass - Quiet Nights

Cal Tjader & Charlie Byrd - Tereza My Love

Musician personnel and Album credits:

Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Arranger, Producer
Alex Acuña - Drums
Azymuth - Performer
Chico Batera - Percussion
Roland Bautista - Guitar (Electric)
Dick Berk - Drums
Claudio Bertrami - Bass (Acoustic)
José Roberto Bertrami - Percussion, Piano, Piano (Electric)
Keter Betts - Bass (Acoustic)
Luiz Bonfá - Guitar (Acoustic)
Ray Brown - Guitar (Acoustic)
Erich Bulling - Arranger
Kenny Burrell - Guitar (Acoustic)
Charlie Byrd - Guitar (Acoustic)
Joe Byrd - Bass (Electric), Bass (Acoustic)
Ron Carter - Bass (Acoustic)
Oscar Castro-Neves - Guitar (Acoustic)
Dorival Caymmi - Vocals
Rudy Collins - Drums
Ariovaldo Contesini - Percussion
Ivan Conti - Drums
Mayuto Correa - Percussion
Ronnie Cuber - Sax (Baritone)
Paulinho da Costa - Percussion
Wilson das Neves - Drums
Phil DeLancie - Remastering Engineer
Lew DelGatto - Clarinet, Flute
Helio Delmiro - Guitar (Electric)
Aloysio de Oliveira - Producer
Buddy Deppenschmidt - Drums
Pat Dixon - Cello
João Donato - Arranger
Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals
Sonny Fortune - Sax (Alto)
Edson Frederico - Arranger, Conductor
Jerry Granelli - Drums
Vince Guaraldi - Piano (Acoustic)
Mitch Holder - Guitar (Electric)
Milt Jackson - Vibes
Paul Jackson, Jr. - Guitar (Electric)
Julie Janeiro - Vocals (bckgr)
Jack Jeffries - Trombone
Antonio Carlos Jobim - Guitar (Acoustic)
King Errisson - Conga
Ulysses Kirksey - Cello
Morris Kirshbaum - Cello
Peter Klam - Executive Producer
Steve Kroon - Percussion
Abraham Laboriel - Bass (Electric)
Mike Lang - Keyboards
Clarence MacDonald - Keyboards
Alex Malheiros - Bass (Electric)
Tom "Bones" Malone - Trombone
Jose Marino - Bass (Electric)
John Martin - Cello
Nilson Matta - Bass (Acoustic)
Gary McFarland - Vocals
Pascoal Meirelles - Drums
Airto Moreira - Percussion
Mark Murphy - Vocals
Thorne Nogar - Mixing Engineer
Joe Pass - Guitar (Electric)
José Paulo - Percussion
Don Payne - Bass (Acoustic)
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - Bass (Acoustic)
Luis Peralta - Percussion, Drums
Dave Pike - Vibes
Barry Powley - Executive Producer
Samuel Ramsey - French Horn
Bill Reichenbach - Drums
Claudio Roditi - Trumpet
Willie Rodriguez - Percussion
Dom Um Romão - Drums
Alan Rubin - Trumpet
Juan "Tito" Russo - Bass (Electric)
Dom Salvador - Piano (Acoustic)
Zoot Sims - Sax (Tenor)
Spencer Sinatra - Flute
Sivuca - Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals (bckgr)
Mauricio Smith - Clarinet
Dorothy Stall - Cello
Mike Stephans - Percussion, Drums
Joe Tarantino - Remastering Engineer
Clark Terry - Flugelhorn
Toots Thielemans - Harmonica
Cal Tjader - Vibes
Terry Trotter - Keyboards
Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer
Sarah Vaughan - Vocals
Franz Vlashek - Cello
Walter Wanderley - Organ, Synthesizer, Piano
Chris White - Bass (Acoustic)
Arnold Wise - Drums
Michael Wolff - Piano (Electric)
Jerry Yester - Engineer
Patrice Young - Cello

Original sessions produced by Norman Granz, Carl Lampley, Aloysio de Oliveira, Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Gene Norman and Ed Michael.


Various Artists, "Gourmet Music Deluxe / Cuisine Nationale - Brazil", Milestone/ZYX #10081-2 (2001).[CD Compilation]

Includes the following Jobim songs performed by:

Les Baxter: A Felicidade (Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes)

Charlie Byrd: Wave (Jobim)

Cal Tjader & Charlie Byrd: Tereza My Love (Jobim)

Gary McFarland & Antonio Carlos Jobim: Dreamer (Jobim/Gene Lees)

Flora Purim: Insensatez (Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes)

Charlie Byrd: Meditation (Jobim/Newton Mendonça)

Musician personnel and Album credits:

Arnaldo DeSouteiro – Producer, Arranger
Kevin Jasper – Programming, Engineer
Deodato – Keyboards, Arranger, Engineer
José Roberto Bertrami – Piano (Electric), Arranger, Percussion, Vocal, Producer
Robertinho Silva – Drums, Percussion, Keyboards
Nico Assumpção – Bass (Acoustic)
Stephen Hart - Engineer
Flora Purim – Vocal
Magro - Engineer
Durval Ferreira – Guitar (Acoustic)
Vanderlei Loureiro - Engineer
Bertell Knox – Drums
Gene Norman – Producer
Charlie Byrd – Guitar
Orrin Keepnews – Producer
Ithamara Koorax - Vocal
Joe Byrd – Bass
Eric Miller – Producer
Jim Stern – Engineer
Ray Mantilla - Timbales
Les Baxter - Performer
Skip Shimmin – Engineer
Ray Barretto - Congas
Joe Tarantino – Engineer (Remastering)
Willie Rodriguez – Percussion
Adela Dalto – Vocal
Rudy Calzado – Percussion
Ricky Jackson – Bass
Jose Canoura – Flute
Aloisio Aguiar – Keyboards, Producer
Sergio Brandão – Bass (Electric)
Cláudio Roditi – Trumpet
Romero Lubambo – Guitar
Jorge da Silva – Percussion
Dave Luke – Engineer (Remixing)
Todd Barkan – Producer
Jon Fausty – Engineer
Chombo Silva – Sax (Tenor)
Cal Tjader – Vibraphone
Mike Stephans – Drums, Percussion
John Heard – Bass
Mike Wolff – Piano (Electric)
Dick Berk – Drums, Percussion
Eddie Harris – Engineer
Mayuto Correa – Percussion
Jim Stern – Engineer
Cal Lampley – Producer
Spencer Sinatra - Flute
Phil DeLancie – Engineer (Mastering)
Antonio Carlos Jobim – Guitar (Acoustic)
Gary McFarland – Vocal
Arnie Wise – Drums
Don Payne – Bass (Acoustic)
Alan Rubin – Trumpet
Dom Um Romão – Drums
Ricardo Peixoto – Guitar (Acoustic)
Sonny Fortune – Sax
Ron Carter – Bass (Acoustic)
Ronnie Cuber – Sax (Baritone)
Jack Jeffries – Trombone
Pat Dixon - Cello
Tom Malone – Trombone
Dom Salvador – Piano (Acoustic)
Julie Janeiro – Vocals (Backing)
Ulisses Kirksey – Cello
Mauricio Smith – Sax (Soprano), Clarinet, Flute
Sivuca – Guitar (Acoustic)
Lou Del Gatto – Clarinet, Flute
Gloria Oliveira – Vocals (Backing)
Juan “Tito” Russo – Bass (Electric)
Airto – Percussion
Earl Klugh – Guitar (Acoustic)
Netinho – Clarinet
Toninho Barbosa - Engineer
Francisco Mário – Guitar (Acoustic)
Henrique Drach - Cello
Zeca Assumpção – Bass (Acoustic)
Vanderlei Silva – Percussion
Barry Powley – Executive Producer
Nivaldo Ornelas – Flute
Luiz Bonfá – Guitar (Acoustic)
Ubiratan Silva – Percussioin
Pascoal Meirelles – Drums
Nilson Matta – Bass (Acoustic)
Peter Klam – Executive Producer
Marcos Valle – Piano (Electric), Keyboards
Ivan Conti – Drums
Marcelo Saboia – Engineer
Alex Malheiros – Bass (Electric)
Marcelinho DaLua – Engineer (Assistant)
Jota Moraes – Vibraphone
Mauricio Einhorn – Harmonic

Original sessions produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Orrin Keepnews, Gene Norman and Todd Barkan.

[Original release]

Ithamara Koorax, "Love Dance - The Ballad Album", Milestone/JSR CD #MCD-9327-2 (Release Date: April 22, 2003).[CD]
Ithamara Koorax, "Love Dance - The Ballad Album", Milestone/JVC Victor [Japan] #VICJ-61138 (Release Date in Japan: August 21, 2003).[CD]
Ithamara Koorax, "Love Dance - The Ballad Album", Milestone/Som Livre [Brazil] #CD3126-2 (Release Date: August 25, 2003).[CD].

Original (U.S.) CD contains Jobim compositions of "Ligia" and "Amparo"; Brazilian issue CD includes the following Jobim songs:

1. Ligia (Jobim)

2. Olha Maria [Amparo] (Jobim/Chico Buarque/Vinicius de Moares)

3. Absolut Lee (Jobim) [bonus track]

For the Japanese reissue - besides the original Ira Gitler text, there are additional Liner Notes written by Japanese jazz critic Satoshi Tomoda (in July 2003).  In addition, there is a bonus track of "As Time Goes By" only on the Japanese CD.

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[Brazilian issue CD]


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[Japanese edition of album]


   Liners-1.pdf - Part 1 of liner notes written by Ira Gitler.

   Liners-2.pdf - Part 2 of liner notes written by Ira Gitler.

Love-dance-br-liners.JPG - Portuguese liner notes (Brazilian CD only) by Armando Nogueira.

Love-dance-br-data.JPG - Portuguese issue credits, personnel and data.

Personnel:  Jurgen Friedrich (piano), John McLaughlin (electric guitar), Luiz Bonfa (acoustic guitar), Joao Palma (drums), Gonzalo Rubalcaba (piano), Jose Roberto Bertrami (keyboards), Juarez Araujo (clarinet), Sergio Barroso (acoustic bass), Dom Um Romao (percussion), Alex Malheiros (electric bass), Ivan *Mamao* Conti (drums), Nelson Angelo (acoustic guitar/acoustic piano), Jorge Pescara (stick bass/fretless bass), Mario Castro-Neves (keyboards), Jorjão Carvalho (electric bass), Marcos Valle (keybaords), Cesar Machado (drums), Jose Carlos *Bigorna* Ramos (soprano sax/flutes), Sidinho Moreira (percussion), Manuel Gusmao (acoustic bass), ArnaldoDeSouteiro (percussion).

Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for JSR.

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