Shot on Goal
Fantasy Warehouse Clearance Sale (series)
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- Released: October 10, 1995
- Originally Released: 2001
- Label: Milestone
- 1.Shot on Goal (Perigo de Gol)
- 2.Bemsha Swing
- 3.Exits and Flags (Saidas E Bandeiras)
- 5.Cego Aderaldo
- 6.Festa de Terreiro
- 7.Cinema Aventura
- 9.La Papa
- 10.Barra 200
- 11.Sonata de Batera
Personnel: Robertinho Silva (keyboards, drums, djembe, percussion); Mauro Senise (soprano & alto saxophones, flute, alto flute); Ze Nogueira (soprano saxophone); Nivaldo Ornelas (soprano & tenor saxophones, flute); Jose Roberto Bertrami, Hugo Fattoruso (piano, synthesizer); Dario Galante, Tulio Mourao, Fernando Moraes, Luizao Paiva (keyboards); Renan Penedo, Ademir Candido (electric guitar); Luiz Alvez (acoustic bass); Joao Baptista, Arismar, Arthur Maia (bass); Ronaldo Silva, Vanderlei Silva, Sidinho Moreira, Ubiratan Silva (percussion).
Recorded at Studio Musica J. Moraes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in October 1991 and November 1994. Includes liner notes by Wally Schnalle.
Personnel: Robertinho Silva (keyboards, drums, djembe, percussion); Renan Penedo, Ademir Candido (electric guitar); Mauro Senise (flute, alto flute, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Nivaldo Ornelas (flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Z‚ Nogueira (soprano saxophone); Hugo Fattoruso, Jos‚ Roberto Bertrami (piano, synthesizer); Dario Galante, Luizao Paiva, T£lio Mourao, Fernando Moraes (keyboards); Lu¡s Alves (acoustic bass); Arthur Maia, Arismar, Joao Baptista (electric bass); Vanderlei Silva, Ronaldo Silva (percussion).
Liner Note Author: Wally Schnalle.
Recording information: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (10/1991-11/1994); Studio Musica J. Moraes, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (10/1991-11/1994).
Unknown Contributor Roles: Sidinho Moreira; Ubiratan Silva; Dario Galante; Arismar Do Espirito Santo; Luizao Paiva; Arthur Maia; Lu¡s Alves; Renan Penedo; Hugo Fattoruso; T£lio Mourao; Ademir Candido; Nivaldo Ornelas; Ronaldo; Vanderlei Silva; Joao Baptista; Jos‚ Roberto Bertrami; Mauro Senise; Z‚ Nogueira; Fernando Moraes.
On his fourth album as a leader, Silva puts together a highly percussive (naturally) series of sessions mixing American jazz standards and jazz-rock idioms with Brazilian instruments and material. The results sometimes resemble fellow percussionist Airto Moreira's fascinating electric Brazilian jazz recordings of the '70s, though Silva's tracks are more disciplined in structure. A solo flute or saxophone, mostly in the capable hands of Mauro Senise, rises above the ensemble … la Wayne Shorter, and seven different keyboardists, including Silva himself on "Festa De Terreiro," sprinkle notes or lay down electronic textures. Aided by Silva's sons Ronaldo and Vanderlei on percussion, "Ceco Aderaldo" has a dense, rapidly fibrillating underbrush of Brazilian percussion sounds propelling the music, and Silva puts forth a thundering, hypnotic 7/4-meter display on the tom-toms in "Barra 200." In the American material, "Bemsha Swing" receives a quasi-samba treatment while also emphasizing the tune's strong roots in the blues, and "Nefertiti" rarely departs from the usual Miles Davis-oriented approach. Indeed, in the latter tune, the versatile Silva does a pretty good, meter-shifting Tony Williams impersonation. ~ Richard S. Ginell
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