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Various Artists, "Bossa Nova at Carnegia Hall", Ubatuqui [Spain] #UBCD 304 (1962).[LP]
Various Artists, "Bossa Nova at Carnegie Hall", Ubatuqui [Spain] #8427328123044 (2003).[CD Reissue]

Other issues of this recording listed under their respective labels.

Includes the following Jobim songs:

1. Sergio Mendes Sextet: Samba de Uma Nota Só

2. Agostinho dos Santos, Luiz Bonfa & Oscar Castro-Neves Quartet: A Felicidade

3. Joao Gilberto & Milton Banana: Outra Vez

Webmaster's Special Note: According to Ruy Castro's book "Chega de Saudade"/"Bossa Nova", Jobim himself also addressed the audience briefly and performed at least two songs on the piano in this concert - "One Note Samba" and "Corcovado"- though they are not included on this recording.

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Eumir Deodato & Os Catedráticos, "Impulso!", Ubatuqui/Blue Moon [Spain] #UBCD 501 - jacket / Ubatuqui/Blue Moon [Spain] #UBCD 101 - digipak (1998).[CD Reissue]
(back cover autographed by Eumir Deodato)

This CD includes Jobim's "Ela E Carioca".

Tracks: 1. Menina Certinha / 2. Samba de Verão / 3. Cesteiro Que Faz Um Cesto / 4. Baiãozinho / 5. Muito À Vontade / 6. Samba Novo / 7. Esperança / 8. Cheers! (Mancini) / 9. Ainda Mais Lindo / 10. Diz Que Fui Por Aí / 11. Só Por Amor / 12. Ela É Carioca / 13. Pouca Duração

Musician personnel: Deodato (Hammond organ & acoustic piano), Luiz Marinho (acoustic bass), Dom Um Romao (drums - tracks 1,4,5,6,7,11 & 12), Wilson das Neves (drums - all other tracks), Rubens Bassini (percussion), Neco (electric guitar), Maurilio Santos (trumpet), Edson Maciel (trombone), Cipó (tenor sax - track 9 only), Walter Rosa (tenor sax - all other tracks), and Alberto Gonçalves (baritone sax). Arranged & Conducted by Deodato.


Recorded at CBS Studios (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) in 1964.
Digitally Remastered at Sound Way Studios (LA, CA, USA) in September, 1997.



First official CD Reissue released in 1998.
Reissue Produced by Eumir Deodato & Arnaldo DeSouteiro
Executive Producer: Ogide
Coordination: Toni Vestane
New Liner Notes: Dom Um Romão

Original LP issue: Equipe EQ 802 (1964).



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Eumir Deodato & Os Catedráticos, "O Som dos Catedráticos", Ubatuqui/Blue Moon [Spain] #UBCD 506 - jacket / Ubatuqui/Blue Moon [Spain] #UBCD 106 - digipak (1998).[CD Reissue]

This CD Reissue contains Jobim's "Garota de Ipanema" composition as a Bonus Track.

Tracklist:

1. Ai Que Saudades da Amélia (A. Alves/M. Lago)
2. Fora de Tempo (M. Valle/P.S. Valle)
3. Samba de Verão - "Summer Samba" (M. Valle/P.S. Valle)
4. Começou de Brincadeira (P. Mascarenhas)
5. Os Grilos - "The Crickets Sing for Ana Maria" (M. Valle/P.S. Valle)
6. Até de Cavaquinho (L. Bonfá/M.H. Toledo)
7. Ainda Mais Lindo (M. Valle/P.S. Valle)
8. Gente - "Chup Chup, I Got Away" (M. Valle/P.S. Valle)
9. Imenso Amor (D. Ferreira-H. Reis)
10. Muito À Vontade (J. Donato)
11. Feitinha Pro Poeta (B. Powell/L.F. Freire)
12. Tristeza - "Goodbye Sadness" (H.Lobo/Niltinho)

Bonus Tracks:

13. Garota de Ipanema - "Girl from Ipanema" (A.C. Jobim/V. de Moraes/N. Gimbel)
14. Tempinho Bom - "Good Old Times" (E. Deodato)
15. Os Grilos (M. Valle/P.S. Valle) original LP mono mix

Musician personnel:

Eumir Deodato - Hammond organ & acoustic piano
Luiz Marinho - acoustic bass (tracks 1,3,4,7,8 & 10)
Sergio Barroso - acoustic bass (all others)
Dom Um Romão - drums (tracks 2 & 10)
Wilson das Neves - drums (all others)
Jorge Arena - congas
Humberto Garin - guiro
Rubens Bassini - pandeiro, percussion
Neco - guitars (tracks 1,3,4,7,8 & 10)
Geraldo Vespar - guitars (all others)
Maurílio Santos - trumpet
Edson Maciel - trombone
Cipó - tenor sax (track 7)
Walter Rosa - tenor sax (all others)
Alberto Gonçalves - baritone sax (tracks 1,3,4,7,8 & 10)
Aurino Ferreira - baritone sax (all others)
Arranged & Conducted by Eumir Deodato

First official CD Reissue, released in 1998.
Reissue Produced by Eumir Deodato & Arnaldo DeSouteiro
Executive Producer: Oswaldo Cadaxo

Recorded at CBS Studios (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), 1964 & 1965.
Original Mastering: Ary Perdugão
Cover Art: Selma
Album Design: Luiz C. Tripoli
Original Liner Notes: Humberto Reis (1970).
New Liner Notes: Marcos Valle (Rio, March 10, 1998).
Digitally remixed by Mike Henderson from the original 3-track master tapes, June 1997.
24-bit Digital remastering by Phil Cohan, July 1997.

Original LP issue: Equipe EQC 842 (1970).




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