Swinger From Rio / Beat of Brazil
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- The album "The Swinger From Rio" was originally released in 1966 as Atlantic 1434. "The Beat Of Brazil" was originally released in 1967 as Atlantic 1480. Arrangements by Antonio Carlos Jobim.
- Released: June 28, 1999
- Originally Released: 1999
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album #1: Atlantic 1434 (1966)
- Original Album #2: Atlantic 1480 (1967)
Description by OLDIES.com:
Bossa Nova music owes much of its mid-'60s popularity to pianist/composer/bandleader Sergio Mendes. Mendes created some of the smoothest and sexiest music of the '60s. World-class jazz musicians such as Art Farmer, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Phil Woods and Hubert Laws are featured session players on these releases.
- 1.Maria Moita
- 2.Sambinha Bossa Nova
- 3.Batida Diferente
- 4.So Danco Samba
- 5.Pau Brazil
- 6.The Girl From Ipanema
- 7.Useless Panorama
- 8.The Dreamer
- 13.Amor Em Paz (Love In Peace)
- 14.Garota De Ipanema (The Girl From Ipanema)
- 15.Coisa No. 2
- 17.Ela E Carioca (She's A Carioca)
- 19.Noa Noa
2 LPs on 1 CDs: THE SWINGER FROM RIO (1966)/THE BEAT OF BRAZIL (1967).
THE SWINGER FROM RIO:
Personnel: Sergio Mendes (piano); Antonio Carlos Jobim (guitar); Hubert Laws (flute); Phil Woods (alto saxophone); Art Farmer (flugelhorn); Tiao Netto (bass); Chico DeSouza (drums).
Includes liner notes by Bob Altshuler.
THE BEAT OF BRAZIL:
Sergio Mendes (piano); Hector Bisigani, Aurino Ferreira (tenor saxophone); Edson Maciel, Raulzinho (trombone); Sebastiao Neto (bass); Edison Machado (drums).
Recorded in Rio De Janiero, Brazil. Includes original release liner notes by Frank Talmadge.
Personnel: Sergio Mendes (piano); Antonio Carlos Jobim (guitar); Hubert Laws (flute); Phil Woods (alto saxophone); Aurino Ferreira, Hector Bisignani (tenor saxophone); Art Farmer (flugelhorn); Edson Maciel (trombone); Edison Machado (drums).
Liner Note Authors: Frank Talmadge; Bob Altshuler.
Recording information: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Arranger: Antonio Carlos Jobim.
In 1999, Collectables released The Swinger From Rio/The Beat of Brazil, which contained two complete albums -- The Swinger From Rio (1966, originally released on Atlantic) and The Beat of Brazil (1967, originally released on Atlantic) -- by Sergio Mendes on one compact disc. ~ Jason Birchmeier
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- Sales Rank: 51,051
- UPC: 090431626726
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