[U.S. STEREO LP]
[Original LP STEREO labels]
[U.S. MONO LP]
[UK MONO LP]
[UK STEREO Labels]
[Above Left: Spain LP; Above Right: Elusive "Red" LP cover!]
[1988 Digipak CD Reissue]
[24-bit digitally remastered Limited Edition CD [Japan], which features an LP-style slipcase.
This is the first CD Reissue to have the rare red cover!]
[2003 Japan CD Reissue]
Album arranged & conducted
by Claus Ogerman.
Wave-liners.pdf - liner notes from the original LP
by Norman Gimbel and George Frazier IV.
Carter; Drums--Claudio Slon; Percussion--Dom Um Romao, Bobby
Rosengarden; French Horn--Joseph Singer; Flutes &
Piccolo--Ray Beckenstein, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson;
Trombones--Urbie Green, Jimmy Cleveland; Piano & Guitar
& Harpsichord--Antonio Carlos Jobim; Conductor,
Arranger--Claus Ogerman; Violins--Bernard Eichen, Lewis Eley,
Paul Gershman, Emmanuel Green, Louis Haber, Julius Held, Leo
Kruczek, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Raoul
Poliakin, Irving Spice, Louis Stone; Celli--Abe Kessler, Charles
McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro.
Original LP produced by Creed
"1967", Süddeutsche Zeitung, Germany,
ISBN#__________ (August 2005).[Book & CD set]
From one of a series of 50 book & CD sets
released by one of the largest German newspapers, "Süddeutsche
Zeitung" which cover the music of 1950-1999:
This "1967" book and CD set contains the
"Wave" track from the Jobim album of the same name,
arranged/conducted by Claus Ogerman. Below is a
translated portion of the book from the original German, which
mentions Claudio Slon and Bobby Rosengarden:
"In condition with the original version [of
the title "Wave"] it has to be noted that the brilliant
arrangement is descendent from Claus Ogerman, the Munich
composer and arranger, who participates at all records which
Jobim did in 1967. The piano is played by Jobim himself,
trombone solo by the jazzman Urbie Green, rhythm section
consists of the Miles-Davis-bassplayer Ron Carter and the
Brazilian drummer Claudio Slon.
As no other Slon drummed soft and playful and yet powerful, so to speak swing and rock at the same time. All along his life he was disconsolate, that he was mentioned on the cover of "Wave" as one of three drummers. 'Yet I was the only; Bobby Rosengarden and Dom Um Romao contribute only parts of percussion.'"
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