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Sergio Mendes through the years:
(from left to right: 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s)


Sergio Mendes - 45 rpm - Atlantic
 

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[Canada Label]

Herbie Mann, "Blues Walk Bossa Nova"/"It Must Be Love-Bossa Nova", Atlantic #45-5026 (1963).[45 rpm single]

Herbie Mann, "Blues Walk Bossa Nova"/"It Must Be Love-Bossa Nova", Atlantic (Jazz Series) #45-5026 (1963).[45 rpm single]
Herbie Mann, "Blues Walk Bossa Nova"/"It Must Be Love-Bossa Nova", Atlantic [Canada] #AT-5026 (1963).[45 rpm single]

"Blues Walk Bossa Nova" recorded in Rio de Janeiro with The Sergio Mendes Sextet (instrumental).


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[U.S. Label]

Sergio Mendes, "Reza" / "Noa Noa", Atlantic Records #45-5055 (1965).[45 rpm single]


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Sergio Mendes & Brasil '65, "All My Loving" b/w "The Telephone Song", Atlantic #45-5056 (1966).[45 rpm single]

 Tracks:

1. All My Loving (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) - 2:00

2. The Telephone Song (Roberto Menescal/Ronaldo Boscoli/Norman Gimbel) - 1:37
 

Musician personnel:  Sergio Mendes (piano and vocals), Marcos Valle (guitar and vocals), Anamaria Valle (vocals), Sebastićo Neto (bass), Joćo Palma (drums), and José Soares (percussion and vocals). On "All My Loving," add Hubert Laws (flute).



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Sergio Mendes, "The Great Arrival"/"Monday, Monday", Atlantic #45-5076 (1967).[45 rpm single]

Instrumental (both sides), with Sergio Mendes on piano.

Arranged & conducted by Bob Florence.


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Sergio Mendes, "I Say A Little Prayer"/"Comin' Home Baby", Atlantic #2472 (1968).[45 rpm single]

Instrumental (both sides), with Sergio Mendes on piano.

Arranged and conducted by Dave Grusin.


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[France Picture Sleeve]

Sergio Mendes, "My Favorite Things" / "Tempo Feliz", Atlantic #45-2502 (1968).[45 rpm single]
Sergio Mendes, "My Favorite Things" / "Tempo Feliz", Atlantic [France] #650098 (1968).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve single]

"Tempo Feliz" arranged by Dave Grusin.

Instrumental (both sides) with Sergio Mendes on piano.



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Sergio Mendes, "From 'Favorite Things': 60 Sec(ond) In Store Spot Commercial", Atlantic Records #LP 8177 (year unknown).[33 1/3 rpm DJ / Promo record]



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Angelo, "Hey Look At The Sun" (mono / stereo) (both sides), Atlantic Records #45-2889 (1972).[45 rpm DJ / Promo single]

Produced by Sergio Mendes.
Arranged by Angelo.

Macondo, "Why" / "Sneaking In The Back Door", Atlantic Records #45-2911 (1972).[45 rpm single]

Produced by Claudio Slon for Sergio Mendes Productions.



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[New Zealand Labels]

Angelo, "Hey Look At The Sun" / "Hurt So Bad", Atlantic Records [New Zealand] #ATL.110 (1972).[45 rpm single]

Both sides produced by Sergio Mendes.
Arranged by Angelo.


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[Portugal Picture Sleeve]

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[Portugal Label]

Pele, "Meu Mondo E Uma Bola" / "Meu Mondo E Uma Bola [Instrumental]", Atlantic Records [Japan] #P-216A (1977).[45 rpm single]

Pele, "Meu Mondo E Uma Bola" / "Meu Mondo E Uma Bola [Instrumental]", Atlantic Records [Portugal] #N-S-28-180 (1977).[45 rpm single]
 
Arranged & produced by Sergio Mendes


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[Germany Picture Sleeve]

Pele, "Meu Mundo E Uma Bola (My World Is A Ball)" / "A Tristeza Do Adeus (The Sadness of Goodbye)", Atlantic Records [Germany] #ATL 11 023 (unknown date).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve single]

Arranged & produced by Sergio Mendes.



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