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[Japanese 24-bit Remastered CD Reissue***]


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[24-bit 2007 Japan CD Reissue]

Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Stone Flower", CTI [Japan] #KICJ 8325 (2000).[24-bit digitally remastered CD]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Stone Flower", CTI Timeless Collection [Japan] #KICJ-2157 (2007).[24-bit CD Reissue]

***Special Note from Mr. DeSouteiro: the Japanese reissue shown above is the ONLY CD reissue of Stone Flower which uses the original mix (by legendary engineer Rudy Van Gelder) done for the original album issue in 1970, while all the European and USA reissues use a new mix done by engineer Mark Wilder at Sony Studios in 1987.

Tracks:

Tereza My Love
Children's Games
Choro
Brazil
Stone Flower
Amparo
Andorinha
God and the Devil in the Land of the Sun
Sabia
Brazil*

*Bonus track on U.S. and European CD Reissues only.



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Above left--legendary producer Creed Taylor of Verve, A&M/CTi, & CTI Records.
Above right--Arnaldo DeSouteiro, remastering supervisor for the Japanese reissue and liner notes author.


LINER NOTES:

  Stone-flower-liners-jp.pdf - This is a transcription, retyped especially for this site, of the liner notes for the Japanese 24-bit remastering of Jobim's "Stone Flower" album and written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

  Technical-data-sf-jp.pdf - This is the complete technical data breakdown for the Japanese CD Reissue of "Stone Flower", including the musicians for each track and what instruments were played.
 

Musician personnel: Antonio Carlos Jobim, piano/electric piano/guitar/vocals; Eumir Deodato, arranger/conductor/guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Urbie Green, trombone; Ron Carter, bass; João Palma, drums; Airto Moreira & Everaldo Ferreira, percussion; Soprano sax solo on God and the devil: Joe Farrell; flute solo on Amparo: Hubert Laws; violin solo on Stone Flower: Harry Lookofsky.  (See Technical Data .pdf file above for complete breakdown of which musicians played on each track).

Liner notes on all CD reissues of "Stone Flower" (Europe, U.S. and Japan) written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.
24-bit Remastered Edition Japan CD supervised by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

Original LP produced by Creed Taylor.

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Various Artists, "Huks Music Sampler 2000 Vol. 1", JSR/Huks [Japan] #117 (2000).[CD Compilation]

Includes:

Ithamara Koorax: "Moon River" (Mancini/Mercer)

Track arranged & produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

LINERS:

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[Original CD]


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[Japan CD]

Ithamara Koorax, "Serenade in Blue", JSR/Fantasy Jazz/Milestone #MCD 9301-2 (2000).[CD]
Ithamara Koorax, "Serenade In Blue", JSR/Paddle Wheel [Japan] #696 (2000).[CD]

Contains Mancini's Grammy-winning hit "Moon River" done in a most unusual style--with harp and synth accompaniment!  The "Moon River" track was arranged and produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

Personnel on this track: Ithamara Koorax (vocal), Gonzalo Rubalcaba (acoustic piano), Sergio Barroso (bass), Dom Um Romao (drums), Nelson Angelo (acoustic guitar & arranger) and Carlos Malta (tenor sax and flute).

Complete Musician credits:

Acoustic Bass – Sergio Barroso
Acoustic Guitar – Jay Berliner, Nelson Angelo
Adapted By – Eumir Deodato (tracks: 7), Lindolfo Gaya (tracks: 2)
Arranged By – Arnaldo DeSouteiro (tracks: 3, 5), Eumir Deodato (tracks: 7, 9), Fábio Fonseca (tracks: 4), José Roberto Bertrami (tracks: 2, 8), Marcos Valle (tracks: 6), Nelson Angelo (tracks: 1)
Backing Band – Azymuth (tracks: 2, 3, 6, 8)
Concert Grand Piano – Gonzalo Rubalcaba
Drums – Dom Um Romao, Mamão
Electric Bass – Alex Malheiros
Electric Piano – Marcos Valle
Electric Piano, Keyboards – José Roberto Bertrami
Electric Piano, Organ, Clavinet – Fábio Fonseca
Engineer – Eumir Deodato, Gustavo Andriewiski, Kevin Jasper, Luciano Tarta, Marcelinho Da Lua, Marcelo Sabóia, Marcos Sabóia, Toninho Barbosa
Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Carlos Malta
Harp – Cristina Braga
Keyboards – Eumir Deodato, Kevin Jasper
Lead Vocals – Ithamara Koorax
Liner Notes – Lee Jeske
Mastered By – Rodrigo de Castro Lopes
Percussion – Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Dom Um Romao, Laudir de Oliveira
Photography By – Celso Brando, Livio Campos, Sebastião Castelano
Producer – Arnaldo DeSouteiro


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LINER NOTES:

  Serenade-1.pdf - Page 1 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

   Serenade-2.pdf - Page 2 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

   Serenade-3.pdf - Page 3 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

   Serenade-4.pdf - Page 4 of liner notes written by Lee Jeske.

Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Productions.

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[CD Reissue with tracks from both albums]

Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete, "Vince & Bola", Fantasy #FCD-24756-2 (2000).[CD Reissue***]
***CD Reissue also contains tracks from Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete, "Live At El Matador", Fantasy LP #8371 (1966).[LP]

Musician personnel includes: Vince Guaraldi (piano), Bola Sete (acoustic guitar), Fred Marshall (bass) and Jerry Granelli (drums).

CD Reissue Liner Notes by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.


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Various Artists, "A Trip To Brazil: Bossa, Samba & Beyond", Verve #545 475-1 (2000).[2-LP Compilation Set]

This 2-LP set contains material from A Trip to Brazil and A Trip to Brazil, Volume 2.

Compilation produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.


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Various Artists, “Brazilian Flavour”, Fantasy #ZYX 60054-2 (2000).[2-CD Set]

Released in 2000 and Reissued in 2004.

Includes three tracks produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro: "Summer Samba" (So Nice), "Mas Que Nada" and "Rio Acima".  DeSouteiro also arranged "Mas Que Nada" and "Rio Acima".

Tracklist:

1. Papa Boca – Adela Dalto (6:25)

2. Saudade da Terra – Francisco Mário (3:12)

3. E Nada Mais – José Roberto Bertrami (4:08)

4. Snow Samba – Claudio Roditi (5:52)

5. Pra Que Chorar – Dom Um Romão (4:40)

6. Baião Cigano – Nonato Luiz/Djalma Correa/Luiz Alves (3:32)

7. Summer Samba (So Nice) – Ithamara Koorax (3:38)

8. Tamanco No Samba – Cal Tjader (5:30)

9. Tarde de Chuva – Paulo Moura/Raphael Rabello (3:32)

10. Travessia – Sarah Vaughan/Milton Nascimento (4:12)

11. O Morro Não Tem Vez – Vince Guaraldi/Bola Sete (8:52)

12. Festa de Terreiro – Robertinho Silva (2:50)

13. Conversa de Botequim – Marco Pereira/Cristóvão Bastos (3:15)

14. Simplesmente – Dirceu Leite (3:47)

15. Wave – Charlie Byrd (5:01)

16. Shot on Goal – Robertinho Silva (5:23)

17. Papagaio Rei – Adela Dalto (4:24)

18. Sad for Both of Us – José Roberto Bertrami (5:49)

19. Una Misma Alma – Claudio Roditi (5:00)

20. Escravos de Jó – Dom Um Romão (4:03)

21. Carioca – Nonato Luiz/Túlio Mourão (4:32)

22. Madalena – Ella Fitzgerald/Tommy Flanagan (3:38)

23. Tambu – Cal Tjader/Charlie Byrd (6:11)

24. Bahia – Flora Purim (4:20)

25. Ginga – Francisco Mário (4:13)

26. Mas Que Nada – Ithamara Koorax (5:48)

27. Rio Acima – Luiz Bonfá (4:55)

28. Morena Boca de Ouro – Dirceu Leitte (3:12)

29. Meditation – Charlie Byrd (3:49)

30. Star Song – Vince Guaraldi/Bola Sete (4:46)

Musician personnel and Album credits:

Arnaldo DeSouteiro – Producer, Arranger
Adela Dalto – Vocal
Aloísio Aguiar – Keyboards
Cláudio Roditi – Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Vocal
Sergio Brandão – Bass (Electric)
Milton Cardona – Batas, Vocal (Backing)
Roger Kellaway – Piano (Acoustic)
Steve Berrios – Drums, Bata
Café – Percussion, Bells, Quintos
Mauricio Smith – Sax (Soprano), Clarinet, Flute
Marcos Valle – Keyboards, Piano (Electric), Arranger
José Roberto Bertrami – Organ, Keybaords, Percussion, Vocal
Alex Malheiros – Bass (Electric)
Ivan Conti – Drums
Azymuth – Performer
Cal Tjader – Vibraphone, Marimba
Egberto Gismonti – Piano (Acoustic), Synthesizer
Dawilli Gonga – Keyboards
Aloisio Milanês – Piano (Acoustic)
Luiz Alves – Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric)
Ithamara Koorax - Vocal
Paulo Moura – Clarinet
Raphael Rabello – Guitar (Acoustic)
Robertinho Silva – Drums, Percussion, Keyboards
Sarah Vaughan – Vocal
Milton Nascimento – Guitar (Acoustic), Vocal
Chico Batera – Percussion
Novelli – Bass (Electric)
Paulo Jobim – Flutes
Ariovaldo – Percussion
Nelson Ângelo – Guitar (Electric)
Flora Purim – Vocal
Dom Um Romão – Drums, Percussion
Ron Carter – Bass (Acoustic)
Steve Kroon – Percussion
Dom Salvador – Piano (Acoustic)
Akira Tana – Drums
Nilson Matta – Bass (Electric), Bass (Acoustic)
Rafael Cruz – Percussion
Nico Assumpção – Bass (Acoustic)
Djalma Correa – Percussion
Francisco Mário – Guitar (Acoustic)
Netinho – Clarinet
Henrique Drach – Cello
Zeca Assumpção – Bass (Acoustic)
Mamão – Drums
Daniel Freiberg – Synthesizers
Sivuca – Guitar (Acoustic), Accordion, Vocals (Backing)
Danilo Caymmi – Flute
Ronnie Cuber – Sax (Baritone)
Mauro Senise – Flute
Vince Guaraldi – Piano (Acoustic)
Bola Sete – Guitar (Acoustic)
Vanderlei Silva – Percussion
Nivaldo Ornelas – Flute
Célia Vaz – Arranger, Conductor
Marco Pereira – Guitar (Acoustic)
Cristóvão Bastos – Piano (Acoustic)
Charlie Byrd – Guitar (Acoustic)
Bertell Knox – Drums
Joe Byrd – Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric)
Dirceu Leitte – Sax (Soprano)
Wilson Meirelles – Percussion
André Neiva – Bass (Electric)
Marcos Suzano – Percussion
Alan Rubin – Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Sonny Fortune – Sax (Soprano)
Ricardo Peixoto – Guitar (Acoustic)
Tom Malone – Trombone
David Amaro – Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Acoustic)
Gonzalo Rubalcaba – Piano (Acoustic)
Laudir de Oliveira – Percussion
Luiz Bonfá – Guitar (Acoustic)
Jota Moraes – Keyboards, Arranger, Vibraphone
Nilson Matta – Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric)
Pascoal Meirelles – Drums
Thiago de Mello – Percussion, Vocal Effects
Mauricio Einhorn – Harmonica
Sivuca – Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals
Gloria Oliveira – Vocal
Ella Fitzgerald – Vocal
Tommy Flanagan – Piano (Acoustic)
Ed Thigpen – Drums
Keter Betts – Bass (Acoustic)
Norman Granz – Producer
Flora Purim – Vocals, Percussion
Pat Rebillot – Piano (Electric)
Wagner Tiso – Organ (Hammond)
Orrin Keepnews – Producer
Mayuto Correa – Percussion
Mike Wolff – Keyboards
John Heard – Bass
Nonato Luiz – Guitar (Acoustic)



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Various Artists, "Future World Funk", Ocho #001 (2000).[CD Compilation]

CD Release Date: May 9, 2000 (digipak).
 

Tracklist:

1 Rios, Pontes & Overdrives - Chico Science & Nação Zumbi 4:04
2 Beng Beng Beng [Da Lata Remix] - Femi Kuti 6:03
3 Fever [Steve Hillage Remix] - Stereo MC's 5:41
4 Logozo - Sidestepper 6:10
5 TV a Cabo/ O Que Dá Lá É Lama - Otto 3:54
6 Shalamar - Sutra Sonic 4:37
7 Baila Plena [Off World Ensemble Remix] - Papo Vazquez 5:58
8 Corcovado [Bonus Bateria Mix] - Mister Hermano 3:00
9 Yankaw [Bassino Dub Mix] - Nahawa Doumbia 6:54
10 Skenga - Manasseh 3:47
11 Azteca - Simon Lee & Raj Gupta 7:07
12 Samba de Nanh - Dom Um Romao 4:44
13 Mammy Hot Daddy Cool - Big Youth 3:06
14 Colour Fish [Goat People Mix] - Hector Spector 5:22

Total Time 70:35

Credits (in alphabetical order):
Toninho Barbosa - Producer
Big Youth - Performer
Guilherme Borges - Engineer
Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Producer
Nahawa Doumbia - Performer
Fabio Fonseca - Keyboards, Vocals, Arranger
Vanessa Freeman - Vocals
Femi Kuti - Performer
Manasseh - Performer
Mr. Hermano - Performer
André Rodrigues - Bass
Dom Um Romão - Percussion, Drums, Performer
Chico Science - Performer
Sidestepper - Performer
Stereo MC's - Performer
Papo Vazquez - Trombone, Performer


Includes the track "Samba de Nanh" (written & arranged by Fabio Fonseca), performed by Dom Um Romão and produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro
Distributed in the USA by Select-O-Hits

Text from back cover:
"Latin, Afro, Fink, Dub and Future World Beats
From Rio to Paris, Lisbon to Algiers and New York to Cali - A dazzling musical form is born. Combining elements of Latin, African, Indian, Arabic and Caribbean musics with the nocturnal sounds of breaks, beats and grooves, this is the funky soundtrack for the 21st Century: Future World Funk."

Liner notes by DJ Cliffy & Russ Jones



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Various Artists, "Future World Funk", Ocho #001 (2000).[2-LP Set]
 
LP version released on April 25, 2000.

Tracklist:

Side A

A1 Chico Science & Nação Zumbi - Rios, Pontes & Overdrives
A2 Femi Kuti - Beng Beng Beng (Da Lata Remix)
A3 Stereo MC's - Fever (Steve Hillage Remix)

Side B

B1 Sidestepper - Logozo
B2 Otto - TV A Cabo/ O Que Dá Lá É Lama
B3 Sutra Sonic - Shalamar
B4 Papa Vazquez - Baila Plena (Off World Ensemble Rmx by Kirk DeGiorgio)

Side C

C1 Mr. Hermano - Corcovado (Bonus Batteria Mix)
C2 Nahawa Doumbia - Yankaw (Bassino Dub Mix)
C3 Manasseh - Skenga featuring Knati
C4 Simon Lee & Raj Gupta - Azteca

Side D

D1 Dom Um Romao - Samba De Nanh
D2 Big Youth - Mammy Hot Daddy Cool
D3 Hector Spector - Colour Fish (Goat People Mix) featuring Vanessa Freeman

Total Time 70:35

Credits (in alphabetical order):
Toninho Barbosa - Producer
Big Youth - Performer
Guilherme Borges - Engineer
Kirk DeGiorgio - Remix
Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Producer
Nahawa Doumbia - Performer
Fabio Fonseca - Keyboards, Vocals, Arranger
Vanessa Freeman - Vocals
Steve Hillage - Remix
Femi Kuti - Performer
Manasseh - Performer
Mr. Hermano - Performer
André Rodrigues - Bass
Dom Um Romão - Percussion, Drums, Performer
Chico Science - Performer
Sidestepper - Performer
Stereo MC's - Performer
Papo Vazquez - Trombone, Performer


Includes the track "Samba de Nanh" (written & arranged by Fabio Fonseca), performed by Dom Um Romão and produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Records (JSR)

Text from back cover:
"Latin, Afro, Fink, Dub and Future World Beats
From Rio to Paris, Lisbon to Algiers and New York to Cali - A dazzling musical form is born. Combining elements of Latin, African, Indian, Arabic and Caribbean musics with the nocturnal sounds of breaks, beats and grooves, this is the funky soundtrack for the 21st Century: Future World Funk."

Liner notes by DJ Cliffy & Russ Jones




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