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Recording with Sergio Mendes, 1973.


 

 Claudio Slon - 45 rpm - Verve

 

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[U.S. DJ / Promo Label]

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[U.S. Labels[


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[U.S. Labels]

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[U.S. Labels]

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[Canada Labels]

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[UK Labels]

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[Australia Labels]

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[New Zealand Labels]

Walter Wanderley, "Summer Samba" (So Nice) / "Call Me", Verve #VK-10421 (1966).[DJ/Promo 45 rpm single]
Walter Wanderley, "Summer Samba" (So Nice) / "Call Me", Verve #VK-10421 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Walter Wanderley, "Summer Samba" (So Nice) / "Call Me", Verve [Canada] #V-10421X (1966).[45 rpm single]
Walter Wanderley, "Summer Samba" (So Nice) / "Call Me", Verve [UK] #VS 544 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Walter Wanderley, "Summer Samba" (So Nice) / "Call Me", Verve [AUS] #V-5124 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Walter Wanderley, "Summer Samba" (So Nice) / "Call Me", Verve [New Zealand] #JAR-541 (1967).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve album Rain Forest.

Musician personnel:  Walter Wanderley (piano, organ); Claudio Slon (drums); Bobby Rosengarden (percussion); Jose Marino (bass).

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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[Canada DJ / Promo Labels]

Walter Wanderley, "The Sensational Sound of Walter Wanderley", Verve [Canada] #Verve DJ #1 (unknown year).[45 rpm DJ / Promo single]

Tracks are "Call Me" and "The Girl From Ipanema".

Musician personnel:  Walter Wanderley (piano, organ); Claudio Slon (drums); Bobby Rosengarden (percussion); Jose Marino (bass).



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[Australia Labels]

Walter Wanderley Trio, "Cheganša"/"Amanha", Verve #VK-10456 (1966).[45 rpm single]
Walter Wanderley Trio, "Cheganša"/"Amanha", Verve [Australia] #V-5132 (1967).[45 rpm single]
Both tracks are from the Verve album Cheganša.

Musician personnel:  Walter Wanderley (piano, organ); Claudio Slon (drums); Bobby Rosengarden (percussion); Jose Marino (bass).

Produced by Creed Taylor.

Arranged by Walter Wanderley.

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Advertisement for this single from Billboard Magazine, November 11, 1966



Astrud Gilberto, "Who Needs Forever"/Main Theme from "The Deadly Affair", Verve #VK-10457 (1966).[45 rpm record]

Musician personnel for "Who Needs Forever":  Walter Wanderley, organ; unknown guitarist; Joe Marino, bass; Claudio Slon, drums; Bobby Rosengarden, percussion; Astrud Gilberto, vocal.

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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[U.S. Label]

Astrud Gilberto and The Walter Wanderley Trio, "A Certain Smile"/"A Certain Sadness", Verve #VK-10480 (196_).[45 rpm single]

Both tracks are from the Verve album A Certain Smile, A Certain Sadness.

Musician personnel:  Walter Wanderley (piano, organ); Claudio Slon (drums); Bobby Rosengarden (percussion); Jose Marino (bass); Astrud Gilberto (vocals).

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Astrud Gilberto, "I Had The Craziest Dream"/"Stay", Verve #VK-10548 (1967).[45 rpm record]

Musician personnel:  Bernie Glow, Jimmy Nottingham, Ernie Royal (tp) Marvin Stamm (tp, flh) Wayne Andre, Warren Covington, Urbie Green (tb) Tony Studd (btb) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin, Tony Miranda (frh) John Barber (tu) Seldon Powell (fl) Hubert Laws (fl, woodwinds) Toots Thielemans (hca, g, whistle) Phil Bodner, Bill Hammond, Stan Webb (woodwinds) Arnold Eidus, Harry Katzman, Leo Kruczek, George Ockner, Gene Orloff (vln) Harold Coletta, Richard Dickler, Dave Mankovitz, David Schwartz (vla) Seymour Barab, Maurice Bialkin, Maurice Brown, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Alan Shulman (vlc) Margaret Ross (harp) George Devens (vib) Warren Bernhardt (p) Benny Aaronov (p, hpsc) Barry Galbraith, Marcos Valle (g) Ron Carter, Jule Ruggiero (b) Claudio Slon, Grady Tate (d) Alan Douglas, Jack Jennings, Dom Um Romao, Bobby Rosengarden (per) Astrud Gilberto (vo) Eumir Deodato, Don Sebesky (arr, cond).

Produced by Creed Taylor.



Astrud Gilberto, "A Banda" (Parade)/"You Didn't Have To Be So Nice", Verve #VK-10554 (1967).[45 rpm record]

Musician personnel:  Bernie Glow, Jimmy Nottingham, Ernie Royal (tp) Marvin Stamm (tp, flh) Wayne Andre, Warren Covington, Urbie Green (tb) Tony Studd (btb) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington, Earl Chapin, Tony Miranda (frh) John Barber (tu) Seldon Powell (fl) Hubert Laws (fl, woodwinds) Toots Thielemans (hca, g, whistle) Phil Bodner, Bill Hammond, Stan Webb (woodwinds) Arnold Eidus, Harry Katzman, Leo Kruczek, George Ockner, Gene Orloff (vln) Harold Coletta, Richard Dickler, Dave Mankovitz, David Schwartz (vla) Seymour Barab, Maurice Bialkin, Maurice Brown, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Alan Shulman (vlc) Margaret Ross (harp) George Devens (vib) Warren Bernhardt (p) Benny Aaronov (p, hpsc) Barry Galbraith, Marcos Valle (g) Ron Carter, Jule Ruggiero (b) Claudio Slon, Grady Tate (d) Alan Douglas, Jack Jennings, Dom Um Romao, Bobby Rosengarden (per) Astrud Gilberto (vo) Eumir Deodato, Don Sebesky (arr, cond).

Produced by Creed Taylor.


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The Walter Wanderley Trio, "Summer Samba"/"A Man and A Woman", Verve [Japan] #DV-1014 (196_).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve]

Claudio Slon is the drummer on this record.


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Astrud Gilberto and The Walter Wanderley Trio, "Tristezza per favore va via...(Tristeza)/Dammi un'idea (Summer Samba)", Verve [Italy] #72-006 (196_).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve]

Italian Single, made in Milan, Italy.

Special Note:  Songs are sung in Italian, not merely a single released in Italy with songs labeled in Italian.

For the first time in Italian, Astrud Gilberto, with The Walter Wanderley Trio.

Produced by Creed Taylor.



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