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Antonio Carlos Jobim - RCA Victor/RCA Camden/RCA Special Products


 



 

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Miucha E Tom Jobim, "Miucha E Tom Jobim Acervo Especial", RCA/BMG [Brazil] #7 43212 08702 4 (1994).[CD Reissue Compilation]
This CD reissue from Brazil actually contains tracks from BOTH original Miucha/Jobim albums from 1977 and 1979 listed and pictured elsewhere on this site.


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Jayme Marques, "Jayme Marques", RCA/BMG #74321551552 (1997).[CD]

Originally recorded in 1976.

Includes a big-band version of The Girl From Ipanema.

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Various Artists, "Heirs To Jobim - A Musical Tribute", RCA Victor #________ (1997).[CD]

This album contains all Jobim tracks performed by the following artists:

01 - Desafinado - New York Voices
02 - Waters of March - Philip Hamilton
03 - Garota de Ipanema - Lisa Ono and Joao Donato
04 - Ligia - Arto Lindsay
05 - Corcovado - Randy Brecker Session
06 - Agua de Beber - Flora Purim
07 - Modinha - New York Voices
08 - Meditation - Leon Russell
09 - Olha Maria - Gil Goldstein
10 - Estada Branca - Antonio Carlos Jobim and Lisa Ono

Tom Jobim and Miucha, "Miucha E Tom, Acervo Especial, Vol. 4", RCA/BMG [Brazil] #60051 (1997).
No album photo or other info available at this time. It is not known what material this album covers.



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Various Artists, "The Best of Bossa Nova", RCA #BVCM-37036 (1998).[CD Compilation]

Contains Jobim performances in "Samba Do Aviao" (with Miucha), "Samba Do Carioca", "Caminhos Cruzados" (with Gal Costa), and "Estrada Branca" (with Lisa Ono).  Contains Jobim compositions with "Desafinado", "Agua De Beber", "Samba Do Aviao", "Garota De Ipanema", "Insensatez", "Samba De Uma Nota So", "Dindi", "So Danco Samba", "Wave", "Anos Dourados", and "A Felicidade".


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Miucha E Tom Jobim, "Focus - O Essencial de Miucha E Tom Jobim", RCA/BMG [Brazil] #7 43216 90232 3 (1999).[CD Reissue Compilation]
This CD reissue from Brazil actually contains tracks from BOTH original RCA Victor Miucha/Jobim albums from 1977 and 1979 listed and pictured above.


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Cannonball Adderley, "In A Good Groove", RCA/Pair Records #PCD-2-1229 (19__).[2-in-1 CD Reissue]

This compilation contains Jobim's compositions "Once I Loved" and "Corcovado".



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Various Artists, "Heartbreakers - Original MGM Motion Picture Soundtrack", RCA Victor #663770-2 (2001).[CD]

Includes the following Jobim compositions: "Quiet Nights (Of Quiet Stars)"; "Meditation"; "Aqua de Beber"; "Insensatez" (performed by Tom Jobim w/Claus Ogerman Orchestra); "The Waters Of March".

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Various Artists, "Focus On Bossa Nova", RCA/BMG #74321.79171-2 (2001).[CD]

Includes the following Jobim songs:

Trio 3D: So Tinha de Ser Com Voce

From the liner notes (shown in their entirety, below):

Deodato's genius once again shines in his very creative arrangement of Jobim's bossa standard So Tinha De Ser Com Voce. This track, from 1965, belongs to the second album Antonio Adolfo's Trio 3D recorded for RCA. Among the special guests are Joao Theodoro Meirelles, leader/saxophonist of the Copa 5 group, and Raul de Souza, Brazil's best trombonist ever.

 

Milton Banana: Chega de Saudade/Desafinado/Corcovado

From the liner notes (shown in their entirety, below):

Milton Banana (1935-1999), one of the best Brazilian drummers ever, took part in Joao Gilberto's debut album, backed the singer in the famous 1962 Bossa Nova At Carnegie Hall concert, and recorded the multi-Grammy winning Getz/Gilberto, which introduced The Girl From Ipanema to the world. back in Rio, he formed his own trio, releasing a series of albums on Odeon. In the late Seventies he signed with RCA, often recording with orchestral backing. This medley, from a set exclusively devoted to Jobim's songs, includes three all-time bossa favourites: Chega de Saudade, Desafinado and Corcovado.

 

Miucha & Jobim: Samba do Aviao

From the liner notes (shown in their entirety, below):

A Jobim standard from the early Sixties, Samba do Aviao was producer Aloysio de Oliveira's top choice for the first Jobim & Miucha album, recorded a decade later. Singer Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda - aka Miucha - is the sister of one of Brazil's top composers, Chico Buarque de Hollanda, also a novelist of moderate sucess.

 

Gal Costa: Garota de Ipanema

From the liner notes (shown in their entirety, below):

No Focus On Bossa Nova would be complete without The Girl from Ipanema. This is a very recent recording, by Gal Costa, who performed many times with Jobim in the Eighties. Released in 1999, sung both in English and in Portuguese, it belongs to her tribute album to the maestro. God bless him!

  

  Focus-1.pdf - Page 1 of liner notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

  Focus-2.pdf - Page 2 of liner notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

  Focus-3.pdf - Page 3 of liner notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

  Focus-4.pdf - Page 4 of liner notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

Compliation Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro (Jazz Station Productions).


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Various Artists, "Focus on Brazilian Music Grooves", RCA/BMG CD 4321.79172-2 (2001).[Compilation CD]

This album includes the following Jobim songs & performances:

Mario Castro-Neves & Samba S.A.: Corcovado (Jobim)

Maria Bethania & Antonio Carlos Jobim: Anos Dourados (Jobim/Buarque)

In his liner notes, Mr. DeSouteiro wrote:

A true genius, Antonio Carlos Jobim, who transcended the bossa boundaries in over 40 years of career, is featured on Anos Dourados (aka Looks Like December), a song he wrote in the mid-'80s. On this recording, Jobim's inimitable piano backs one of Brazil's leading singers, Maria Bethania, famous for her dramatic skills.

Jobim, who wrote such classics as Girl from Ipanema, Wave and Desafinado, is also the composer of Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars), heard here on an inventive rendition by pianist/arranger Mario Castro-Neves' group.

LINER NOTES:

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Compilation Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro (Jazz Station Productions)


 

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