Maucha Adnet The Jobim Songbook
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- Released: May 1, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Kind Of Blue
JazzTimes - p.130"This well-recorded and mixed album stand as one of the more beautiful tributes to Jobim and his music; it is pretty, refreshingly honest and makes you yearn for more."
- 1.Vivo Sonhando
- 2.So Tinha de Ser Com Voce
- 4.Ela E Carioca
- 5.Chega de Saudade
- 6.Samba Do Aviao
- 7.Aguas de Marco
- 11.Outra Vez
- 12.Garota de Ipanema
- 13.Agua de Beber
Personnel: Ma£cha Adnet (vocals); Ma£cha Adnet; Alfredo Cardim (piano); Romero Lubambo, Mario Adnet (acoustic guitar); Joe Lovano (saxophone); Claudio Roditi, Randy Brecker (flugelhorn); Jay Ashby (trombone); H‚lio Alves (piano); Nilson Matta (acoustic bass); Duduka Da Fonseca (drums).
Recording information: Avatar Studios, New York, NY (07/2004).
Author: Ant“nio Carlos Jobim.
Photographer: John Clifford.
Arranger: Mario Adnet.
The lack of liner notes doesn't give much clue as to how long Maucha Adnet has been active professionally as a vocalist, though a quote from Antonio Carlos Jobim indicates that she toured with the late, legendary composer. Her deep, soulful voice is very appealing, similar to that of Leny Andrade. Accompanied by a mix of Brazilian and American musicians, including pianist Helio Alves, flugelhornists Claudio Roditi and Michael Brecker, trombonist Jay Ashby, guitarists Mario Adnet and Romero Lubambo, bassist Nilson Matta and drummer Duduka Da Fonsaca, she is obviously very familiar with a wide range of Jobim's compositions, covering both internationally known hits and pieces that have received less exposure outside of Brazil. The focus is on the singer, with occasional piano or guitar solos, with the brass and reed instruments providing background colors. She scats in unison with an unidentified male singer during the introduction to "Chega De Saudade" before swinging its joyous lyrics, with Alves switching to electric piano. She brings more depth to "Aquas de Marco" (The Waters of March)" than most singers, while Adnet's understated interpretation of "Outra Vez" is also welcome. ~ Ken Dryden
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