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Antonio Carlos Jobim & Miucha, "Miucha & Antonio Carlos Jobim", Sony/BMG CD #88697320354 (2008).[CD Reissue]

Reissue Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro (Jazz Station Productions) and distributed worldwide by Sony/BMG, on digipak format, as part of the "Bossa Nova 50 Anos" series, released on August 18, 2008.

New Liner Notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.
Digitally Remastered by Carlos Freitas & Jade Pereira.

Tracklist:

1. Vai Levando (Chico Buarque/Caetano Veloso) 3:22

2. Tiro Cruzado (Nelson Angelo/Marcio Borges) 2:07

3. Comigo É Assim (Luiz Bittencourt/José Menezes) 3:11

4. Na Batucada da Vida (Ary Barroso/Luiz Peixoto) 2:49

5. Sei Lá (Toquinho/Vinicius de Moraes) 2:29

6. Olhos Nos Olhos (Chico Buarque) 4:10

7. Pela Luz dos Olhos Teus (Vinicius de Moraes) 2:42

8. Samba do Avião (Antonio Carlos Jobim) 2:53

9. Saia do Caminho (Custódio Mesquita/Evaldo Ruy) 4:07

10. Maninha (Chico Buarque) 2:40

11. Choro de Nada (Edmundo Souto Neto/Geraldo Carneiro) 2:38

12. É Preciso Dizer Adeus (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes) 2:09

Musician personnel and album credits:

Antonio Carlos Jobim – Piano (Acoustic), Vocals, Flute, Arranger, Conductor, Liner Notes
Miucha – Vocals, Liner Notes
Aloysio de Oliveira – Producer, Liner Notes
Chico Buarque – Vocals, Liner Notes
Arnaldo DeSouteiro – Reissue Producer, Liner Notes
Ivan Klingen – Photography
Ney Távora – Art Direction
Mário Jorge Bruno – Engineer
Rubinho – Drums
Robertinho Silva – Drums
Novelli – Bass
Luiz Alves – Bass
Wilson das Neves – Drums
Edson Lobo – Bass (Acoustic), Arco Bass
Ariovaldo Contesini – Percussion
Paulo Jobim – Flute
Dori Caymmi – Guitar (Acoustic)
Franklin – Flute
Danilo Caymmi – Flute
Peter Dauelsberg – Cello

Originally released as RCA LP 103.0213 (1977).
Original album produced by Aloysio de Oliveira.
First official CD reissue had been produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Productions and released worldwide by BMG in 2001, as part of the acclaimed "RCA 100 Anos de Musica" series (original CD Catalog Number: 864152).
In 2005, the CD reissue of "Miucha & Antonio Carlos Jobim" (produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro) was printed in France by Sony-BMG Music Entretainment France and released all over Europe as part of the "RCA Victor Gold Series". Catalog number: #8287612592.



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Miucha and Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Miucha & Tom Jobim", Sony/BMG #88697320362 (2008).[Digipak CD Reissue - "Bossa Nova 50 Anos" Series].

Reissue Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro (Jazz Station Productions) and distributed worldwide by Sony/BMG, on digipak format, as part of the "Bossa Nova 50 Anos" series, released on August 18, 2008.

New Liner Notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.
Digitally Remastered by Carlos Freitas & Jade Pereira.

Text written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for the CD back cover:
"Para a gravação do segundo álbum de Miucha & Tom Jobim, em 79, o produtor Aloysio de Oliveira preferiu a atmosfera de New York. A presença de feras como Ron Carter, Oscar Castro Neves e Rubens Bassini contribuiu para um resultado final ainda mais sofisticado, destacando-se “Aula de Matemática”, “Madrugada” e “Dinheiro em Penca”, genial parceria de Tom & Cacaso. Apenas uma faixa foi registrada no Rio: “Turma do Funil”, com arranjo de João Donato."

Tracklist:

1. Turma do Funil  - aka No Baixo Leblon 3:26
(Mirabeau/Milton de Oliveira/Urgel de Castro)
2. Triste Alegria 2:06
(Miucha)
3. Aula de Matemática 2:40
(Tom Jobim/Marino Pinto)
4. Sublime Tortura 3:11
(Bororó)
5. Madrugada 2:30
(Candinho/Marino Pinto)
6. Samba do Carioca 2:46
(Carlos Lyra/Vinicius de Moraes)
7. Falando de Amor 2:37
(Tom Jobim)
8. Nó Cego 3:42
(Toquinho/Cacaso)
9. Dinheiro em Penca 10:25
(Tom Jobim/Cacaso)

Musician personnel and Album credits:

Antonio Carlos Jobim – Piano (Acoustic), Vocal (Lead), Arranger (Rhythm)
Miucha – Vocal (Lead)
Aloysio de Oliveira – Producer, Original Text
Chico Buarque – Vocal (tracks 1 and 9 only)
Arnaldo DeSouteiro – Reissue Producer, Liner Notes
Oscar Castro-Neves – Orchestrations, Conductor, Guitar (Acoustic)
Ron Carter – Bass (Acoustic)
Rubens Bassini – Percussion
Lynn Goldsmith – Photography
Carlos Freitas – Engineer (Remastering)

All tracks recorded in New York, NY, USA, with Antonio Carlos Jobim, Miucha, Oscar Castro-Neves, Ron Carter and Rubens Bassini;
except track 1, "Turma do Funil", recorded in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with:
Antonio Carlos Jobim, Miucha & Chico Buarque (lead vocals), João Donato (acoustic piano), Jamil Joanes (electric bass), Adilson Verneck (drums), Gilberto (surdo), Geraldo Bongo (tamborim), Mario Machado (pandeiro), Helio Capucci (acoustic guitar), Rodrigo (cavaquinho) and Danilo Caymmi, Novelli, Nelson Angelo, Bebel Gilberto, Telma Costa, Bee, Olivia Hime & Cristina Buarque de Hollanda (backing vocals).

Originally released as RCA LP 103.0314 (1979)
Original album produced by Aloysio de Oliveira
First official CD reissue had been produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Productions and released worldwide by BMG in 2001, as part of the acclaimed "RCA 100 Anos de Musica" series (original CD Catalog Number: 74321872112)
In 2005, the CD reissue of "Miucha & Tom Jobim" (produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro) was printed in France by Sony-BMG Music Entretainment France and released all over Europe as part of the "RCA Victor Gold Series". Catalog number: 74321965092



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Chick Corea, "Electric Chick", Verve (JazzClub Series) CD #06007.5306462 (2008)[CD Compilation]

Compilation Produced and mastered digitally by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Verve Music Group.

Released on May 6, 2008.

Tracklist and Musician personnel:

1. Slinky (5:42)
(Chick Corea) Thalian Music, ASCAP
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, MiniMoog, arranger / Joe Farrell – C flute, Alto flute / Bunny Brunel – Fretless bass / Tom Brechtlein – drums / Airto Moreira – percussion / Al Vizzutti, Bob Zottola – trumpets / Jim Pugh – trombone / From “Secret Agent” (Polydor PD-1-6176), P. 1978


2. The One Step (6:06)
  (Chick Corea) Thalian Music, ASCAP
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, arranger / Joe Farrell – soprano sax / Eddie Gomez – acoustic bass / Steve Gadd – drums / From “Friends” (Polydor PD-1-6160) P. 1978


3. Sicily (6:19)
(Chick Corea) Thalian Music, ASCAP
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, arranger / Joe Farrell – flute / Eddie Gomez – acoustic bass / Steve Gadd – drums / From “Friends” (Polydor PD-1-6160) P.1978


4. Fickle Funk (5:05)
(Chick Corea) Thalian Music – ASCAP
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, arranger / Joe Farrell – soprano sax / Al Vizzutti – flugelhorn / Bunny Brunel – Fretless bass / Airto Moreira – Drums / From “Secret Agent” (Polydor PD-1-6176), P. 1978


5. Hot New Blues (6:18)
(Music by Chick Corea; Lyrics by Chick Corea, Gayle Moran & Al Jarreau)
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, MiniMoog, arranger / Al Jarreau – Lead vocal / Gayle Moran – Background vocals / Bunny Brunel – Fretless bass / Tom Brechtlein – Drums / From “Secret Agent” (Polydor PD-1-6176), P. 1978  


6. Friends (9:20)
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, arranger / Joe Farrell – flute / Eddie Gomez – acoustic bass / Steve Gadd – drums / From “Friends” (Polydor PD-1-6160) P.1978


 7.. Love Castle (4:46)
(Chick Corea)
Chick Corea – Moog bass, MiniMoog solo, acoustic piano, arranger / Steve Gadd – drums / Don Alias – percussion / Gayle Moran – vocal choir / John Thomas, Stuart Blumberg, John Rosenburg – trumpets / Ron Moss – trombone / From “My Spanish Heart” (Polydor PD-2-9003) P. 1976


 8.. Wind Danse (4:55)
(Chick Corea)
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, Moog bass, MiniMoog, arranger / Steve Gadd – drums / Gayle Moran – vocals / From “My Spanish Heart” (Polydor PD-2-9003) P. 1976


 9.. The Leprechaun’s Dream (13:03)
(Chick Corea) Litha Music-ASCAP
Chick Corea – Fender Rhodes, Moog 15, Micro-mini Moog, Arp Odyssey, acoustic piano, arranger / Joe Farrell – flute solo, English horn / Bill Watrous – trombone solo / Eddie Gomez – acoustic bass solo / Anthony Jackson – electric bass / Steve Gadd – drums / Gayle Moran – vocal choir / Danny Cahn, John Gatchell, Bob Milikan – trumpets / Wayne Andre – trombone / Ida Kavafian, Annie Kavafian – violins / Louise Schulman – viola / Fred Sherry – cello / From “The Leprechaun” (Polydor PD-6062) P. 1976


 10.. The Mad Hatter Rhapsody (10:44)
(Chick Corea)
Chick Corea – MiniMoog solo, Moog 15, Arp Odyssey, Oberheim, acoustic piano, cowbell, shaker, arranger / Herbie Hancock – Fender Rhodes solo / Eddie Gomez – acoustic bass /  Steve Gadd – drums / Joe Farrell – flutes / Gayle Moran – vocals / John Thomas, Stuart Blumberg, John Rosenberg – trumpets / Ron Moss – trombone / Charles Veal, Kenneth Yerke – violins / Denyse Buffum – viola / Dennis Karmazyn – cello / From “The Mad Hatter” (Polydor PD-1-6130) P. 1978


Special thanks to Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Rachel Purim, Marcia Martin, Lisa Marie and Yuichiro Inoue

All tracks arranged & produced by Chick Corea and controlled by ASCAP.


Album credits:

Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Compilation Producer, Digital Mastering
Knut Schotteldreier - Artwork
Fotex - Cover Photo
Marcia Martin - Assistant Producer
Bernie Kirsh - Engineer
Geoff Sykes - Assistant Engineer
Henning Birkenhake - Engineer, Editing
Stillman Kelly - Assistant Engineer
Rory Kaplan - Equipament Manager
David Bretz - Recording Manager



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Various Artists, "Jazz Rock", Verve (JazzClub Series) #0600753072943 (2008).[CD Compilation]

Compilation produced and remastered digitally by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

Tracklist and Musician personnel:

 1.. George Duke: “Old Slippers” 5:41 from “Feel” (MPS 15438)
George Duke, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Yamaha organ, Hohner clavinet, Arp & Moog synthesizers / John Heard – electric bass / Leon “Ndugu” Chancler – drums / Obdewl’l X (Frank Zappa) – electric guitar / Produced by Baldhard Falk / Recorded in Hollywood, CA, 1974


 2.. Return To Forever featuring Chick Corea: “Vulcan Worlds” 7:51 from “Where Have I Known You Before” (Polydor PD-6509)
(Stanley Clarke) 7:51 Clarkee Music, BMI
Chick Corea, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hohner clavinet, Arp & Moog synthesizers / Stanley Clarke, electric bass, Yamaha organ chimes, bell tree / Lenny White – drums / Al DiMeola – electric guitar / Arranged by Chick Corea & Stanley Clarke / Produced by Chick Corea / Recorded in NY, July 1974


 3.. Albert Mangelsdorff-Jaco Pastorius-Alphonse Mouzon: “Ant Steps on an Elephant’s Toe” 9:41 from “Trilogue” (MPS 15424)
(Albert Mangelsdorff) GEMA 
Albert Mangelsdorff – trombone / Jaco Pastorius – fretless bass / Alphonse Mouzon – drums / Recorded live at Berlin Jazz Days, November 6, 1976 at the Berlin Philharmonic / Produced by Joachim-Ernst Berendt


 4.. Joachim Kühn: “Bed Stories” 5:26 from “Hip Elegy” (MPS LP 15466)
(Joachim Kühn) Hanseatcic Musikverlag
Joachim Kühn – Fender Rhodes electric piano / John Lee – electric bass / Alphonse Mouzon – drums / Philipe Catherine – electric guitar / Terumasa Hino – trumpet / Produced by Joachim-Ernst Berendt / Recorded in Ludwisburg, November 3, 1975


 5.. The Tony Williams Lifetime: “Emergency” 9:35 from “Emergency!” (Polydor 24-4017)
(Tony Williams)
Tony Williams, drums / Larry Young, Hammond organ / John McLaughlin, electric guitar / Produced by Monte Kay and Jack Lewis / Recorded May 26, 1969


 6.. Don Sebesky: “The Word 3:48 from “Don Sebesky & The Jazz-Rock Syndrome” (Verve V6-8756)
(John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
Don Sebesky – Hohner clavinet, handclaps / Larry Coryell – electric guitar solo / Chuck Rainey – electric bass / Donald MacDonald – drums, tambourine / Joe beck – electric guitar (rhythm) / Richard Spencer – alto sax / Hubert Laws, Jerry Dodgion – flutes / Marvin Stamm – trumpet / Janet Sebesky, handclaps / Arranged & Conducted by Don Sebesky / Produced by Esmond Edwards / Recorded in NY, Janauary 1968


 7.. Deodato: “Black Dog” 4:15 from “First Cuckoo” (MCA 491)
(Gene Page/Robert Plant/John Paul Jones) Superhype Music Inc.
Eumir Deodato - Fender Rhodes electric piano, tambourine / Will Lee - electric bass / Steve Gadd - drums / Rubens Bassini - congas / John Tropea - electric guitar (rhythm) / Elliot Randall - electric guitar solo / Lou Marini - soprano sax / Arranged, Conducted & Produced by Deodato / Production Collaboration: Alberto Cacciola / Recorded in NJ, 1975


 8.. Alphonse Mouzon: “Nightmare” 6:08 from “In Search of a Dream” (MPS 15520)
(Alphonse Mouzon) Mouzon Music
Alphonse Mouzon – drums, Hammond organ / Joachim Kühn – acoustic piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano / Miroslav Vitous – electric bass / Philip Catherine – electric guitar / Produced by Joachim-Ernst Berendt & Alphonse Mouzon / Recorded in Stuttgart, November 20, 1977


 9.. Didier Lockwood: “Aorta” 7:04 from “Fasten Seat Belts” (MPS 15582)
(Didier Lockwood) Editions Sibecar / J.M. Salhani
Didier Lockwood – electric violin / Francis Lockwood – Fender Rhodes electric piano, Prophet 5 & Mini Moog Synthesizers / Jean-Michel Kajdan – electric bass, electric guitar / Kirt Rust – drums / Bob Malach – tenor sax / Recorded in Holland, September 1981 / Produced by Jean-Michel Kajdan & Jean-Marie Salhani


 10.. The Brecker Brothers: “Song for Barry” from “The Return of the Brecker Brothers” (GRP CD 9684)
Michael Brecker, tenor sax & keyboards / Randy Brecker, trumpet & flugelhorn / Max Risenhoover, synthesizer & percussion / George Whitty, keyboards / Armand Sabal-Leco, electric bass, piccolo bass & vocals / Don Alias, percussion / Mike Stern, electric guitar / Arranged by Michael Brecker / Produced by Michael & Randy Brecker / Recorded in NY, 1992


 11.. Chet Baker: “Love for Sale” 12:59 (from “You Can’t Go Home Again” (A&M Horizon 726)
(Cole Porter)
Chet Baker, trumpet / Richard Beirach – Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hohner clavinet / Ron Carter – acoustic bass / Alphonso Johnson – electric bass (programmed through a Moog synthesizer by Kenny Bichel) / Tony Williams – drums / Ralph MacDonald – percussion / John Scofield – electric guitar / Michael Brecker – tenor sax / Rochelle Abramson, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Diana Halprin, Harold Kohon, Charles Libove, Marvin Morgenstern, David Nadien (concertmaster), Matthew Raimondi – violin / Jesse Levy, Charles McCracken, Alan Shulman – cello / Arranged, Conducted & Produced by Don Sebesky / Recorded in NY, February 21, 1977 (basic track) & May 13, 1977 (overdubs)

Album credits:

Arnaldo DeSouteiro - Compilation Producer, Digital Remastering
Lawrence Manning - Cover Photo
Marcia L. Martin - Coordination, Tape Research
Knut Schötteldreier - Design
Marcia Soares - Supervision
Special Thanks to Matthias Künnecke & Doug Payne
Dedicated to Lisa Marie Smith for the unforgettable "jazz rock" nights in LA!


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Various Artists, "Bossa Nova Singers", Verve/Universal Music (Jazz Club Series) [France] #5156 (2008).[CD Compilation]

Release Date in France: January 28, 2008.

This CD Compilation produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Verve/JazzClub Series.

Tracklist details:

1. Elis Regina: Só Tinha de Ser Com Você
(Antonio Carlos Jobim/Aloysio de Oliveira)
Elis Regina - vocal / Cesar Camargo Mariano - Fender Rhodes electric piano / Luizão Maia - electric bass / Paulo Braga - drums / Oscar Castro-Neves - acoustic guitar / Helio Delmiro - electric guitar / Arranged by Cesar Camargo Mariano / Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira / Recorded on March 5, 1974 in Los Angeles / From "Elis & Tom" (Philips LP 6349112)

2. Luiz Henrique: Mas Que Nada
(Jorge Ben)
Luiz Henrique - vocal, acoustic guitar / Bill Salter - electric bass / Donald McDonald - drums / Arranged by Luiz Henrique / Produced by Bob Morgan / Recorded on March 3, 1967 in NY / From "Barra Limpa" (Verve LP V6-8697)

3. Sylvia Telles: Manhã de Carnaval
(Luiz Bonfá/Antonio Maria)
Sylvia Telles - vocal / Barney Kessel - electric guitar / Joe Mondragon - acoustic bass / Recorded in 1961 in Studio City, CA / Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira / From "Sylvia Telles U.S.A." (Philips LP 630453)

4. Jorge Ben: Hôba-Lá-Lá
(João Gilberto)
Jorge Ben - vocal, acoustic guitar / Luiz Carlos Vinhas - acoustic piano / Manuel Gusmão - acoustic bass / Dom Um Romão - drums / Nelsinho - lead trombone / Arranged & Conducted by Nelsinho / Produced by Armando Pittigliani / Recorded in 1964 in Rio de Janeiro / From "Ben É Samba Bom" (Philips LP 632727)

5. Nara Leão: Berimbau
(Baden Powell/Vinicius de Moraes)
Nara Leão - vocal / Lindolpho Gaya - acoustic piano / Gabriel Bezerra de Mello - acoustic bass / Juquinha - drums / Baden Powell - acoustic guitar / Jorge Ferreira da Silva - flute / Strings & Horns / Arranged & Conducted by Lindolpho Gaya / Recorded in September 5, 1963, in Rio de Janeiro / Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira / From "Nara" (Elenco LP ME-10)

6. Lucio Alves: O Barquinho
(Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Boscoli)
Lucio Alves - vocal / Eumir Deodato - acoustic piano / Sergio Barroso - acoustic bass / Juquinha - drums / João Palma - percussion / Roberto Menescal - acoustic guitar / Strings & Horns / Arranged & Conducted by Carlos Monteiro de Souza / Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira / Recorded in 1963 in Rio de Janeiro / From "Balançamba" (Elenco LP ME-2)

7. Quarteto Em Cy - Agua de Beber
(Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
Quarteto Em Cy (Cybele, Cyva, Cynara and Cylene), vocals / Luiz Eça - acoustic piano / Bebeto - bass / Ohana - drums / Arranged by Luiz Eça / Recorded on October 25, 1965 in Rio de Janeiro / Produced by Roberto Quartin / From "O Som Definitivo" (Forma LP FM-10)

8. Chico Feitosa - Fim de Noite
(Chico Feitosa / Ronaldo Boscoli)
Chico Feitosa - vocal / Oscar Castro-Neves - acoustic guitar / String Section / Arranged & Conducted by Oscar Castro-Neves / Recorded March 10, 1965 / Produced by Roberto Quartin / From "Chico Fim de Noite Apresenta Chico Feitosa" (Forma LP FM-7)

9. Marcia: Samba da Pergunta
(Pingarilho / Marcos Vasconcellos)
Marcia - vocal / Sergio Barroso - acoustic bass / Wilson das Neves - drums / Oscar Castro-Neves - acoustic guitar / Strings Section / Rhythm Arranged by Oscar Castro-Neves / Orchestra Arranged by Lindolpho Gaya / Recorded 1968 in Rio de Janeiro / Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira / From "Eu e A Brisa" (Philips LP 765035)

10. Edu Lobo & Tamba Trio: Reza
(Edu Lobo / Ruy Guerra)
Edu Lobo - lead vocal / Luiz Eça - acoustic piano, background vocal / Bebeto - acoustic bass, background vocal / Ohana - drums, background vocal / Strings Section / Arranged & Conducted by Luiz Eça / Recorded December 12, 1964 / Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira / From "A Música de Edu Lobo Por Edu Lobo" (Elenco LP ME-19)

11. Joyce: Bloco do Eu Sozinho
(Marcos Valle / Ruy Guerra)
Joyce - vocal / Arranged by Dori Caymmi / Recorded in June, 1968 in Rio de Janeiro / Produced by Armando Pittigliani / From "Joyce" (Philips LP)

12. João Gilberto: Só Danço Samba
(Antonio Carlos Jobim)
João Gilberto - vocal, acoustic guitar / Antonio Carlos Jobim - acoustic piano / Sebastião Neto - acoustic bass / Milton Banana - drums / Stan Getz - tenor sax / Recorded March 1963 in NY / Produced by Creed Taylor / From "Getz/Gilberto" (Verve LP V6-8545)

13. Astrud Gilberto: Bim Bom
(João Gilberto)
Astrud Gilberto - vocal / Gil Evans - acoustic piano / Ron Carter - acoustic bass / Dom Um Romão - drums / Kenny Burrell - acoustic guitar / Johnny Coles - lead trumpet / Bob Brookmeyer - lead trombone / Brass Section / Arranged & Conducted by Gil Evans / Recorded on December 10, 1965, in New Jersey / Produced by Creed Taylor / From "Look To The Rainbow" (Verve LP V6-8643)

14. Luiz Bonfa: Samba de Duas Notas
(Luiz Bonfá)
Luiz Bonfá - vocal, acoustic guitar / Oscar Castro-Neves - acoustic piano / Iko Castro-Neves - acoustic bass / Roberto Pontes Dias - drums / Arranged by Luiz Bonfá / Recorded December 31, 1962 in NY / Produced by Creed Taylor / From "Luiz Bonfá, Composer of Black Orpheus Plays and Sings Bossa Nova" (Verve LP V6-8522)

15. Marcos Valle & Anamaria Valle: The Face I Love
(Marcos Valle / Carlos Pingarilho / Paulo Sergio Valle / Ray Gilbert)
Marcos Valle - vocal, acoustic guitar / Anamaria Valle - vocal / George Duvivier - acoustic bass / Claudio Slon - drums / Strings & Flutes Section / Arranged & Conducted by Eumir Deodato / Recorded on October 22, 1967 / Produced by Bob Morgan & Ray Gilbert / From "Samba '68" (Verve LP V6-5053)

16. Dick Farney & Norma Bengell: Você
(Roberto Menescal / Ronaldo Boscoli)
Dick Farney - vocal, acoustic piano / Norma Bengell - vocal / Sergio Barroso - bass / Edson Machado - drums / Jorge Ferreira dos Santos - flute / Aurino Ferreira - bass clarinet / Strings & Horns / Arranged & Conducted by Lindolpho Gaya / Recorded in 1964 in Rio de Janeiro / Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira / From "Dick Farney & Norma Bengell" (Elenco LP ME-15)

17. Antonio Carlos Jobim: Lamento
(Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes)
Antonio Carlos Jobim - vocal, acoustic piano, acoustic guitar / Ron Carter - acoustic bass / Claudio Slon - drums / Dom Um Romão, Bobby Rosengarden - percussion / Joseph Singer - French horn / Ray Beckenstein, Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson – flute / Urbie Green, Jimmy Cleveland – trombone / Strings Section / Arranged & Conducted by Claus Ogerman / Recorded on May 22, 1967 in New Jersey / Produced by Creed Taylor / From "Wave" (A&M/CTI LP 3002)

18. João Donato: Lugar Comum
(João Donato / Gilberto Gil)
João Donato - vocal, Fender Rhodes electric piano / Novelli - electric bass / Aladim - drums / Luiz Carlos dos Santos, Alberto das Neves - percussion / Copinha, Geraldo, Jorge Ferreira dos Santos & Celso Woltzenlogel - flutes / Strings Section / Arranged & Conducted by João Donato / Recorded in 1975 in Rio de Janeiro / Produced by Tobi / From "Lugar Comum" (Philips LP 6349.138)



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Thiago de Mello, "A Flame in the Dark", GAU #2103 (2008).[CD]

Produced by Thiago de Mello for GAU Records.
Co-Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for JSR (Jazz Station Records).

All compositions & arrangements by Thiago de Mello.
Album design by Dexter Payne.
Photos by Ted Settle and James Roderick.
Engineered by Robert Auld, Flavio Goulart and Alexandre Hang.
Recorded in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and New York (USA).
Edited, mixed & mastered by Robert Auld.

Tracklist:

1. Floresta Encantada
2. Coming Sweetly Home
3. Coisa Simples
4. My Little Place
5. Canto da Paz
6. An Angel in Salzburg
7. An Untamed Heart
8. Lullaby For a Grandchild
9. Lullaby For Darius
10. Overture (Perdas)
11. Interlude/Prelude (Prantos/Despedidas)
12. Prelude in F Minor
13. A Flame in the Dark (Dedicated to Sergio Vieira de Mello)

Musician personnel:

Thiago de Mello - Acoustic Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Organic Percussion, Vocals
Gustavo Tavares - Cello
Dexter Payne - Clarinet
Richard Kimball - Acoustic Piano
Maria Teresa Madeira - Acoustic Piano
Helio Alves - Acoustic Piano
David Finck - Acoustic Bass
Paulo Russo - Acoustic Bass
Lou Grassi - Drums
Cesar Machado - Drums
Flavio Goulart - Electric Guitar
Maíra Mauro - Background Vocals
Júlia Mauro - Background Vocals



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