Tom Jobim in concert.

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Fontana


Dick Farney, "Dick em Ipanema", Fontana [Brazil] #6488 007 (1972).[LP]

This album contains the following Jobim composition:
In˙til Paisagem

 Fontana-vintage_74front.jpg  Fontana-vintage_74back.jpg

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77, "Vintage '74", Fontana [Netherlands] #6433 031 (1974).[LP]

Other releases of this album on their respective label pages.

Includes Tom Jobim on acoustic guitar.  Jobim compositions included are "The Waters of March" and "Double Rainbow".


Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing
Voce Abusou
Funny You Should Say That
This Masquerade
The Waters of March
Waiting For Love
Lonely Sailor
If You Really Love Me
Double Rainbow

Musician personnel:   Sergio Mendes (keyboards & vocals), Antonio Carlos Jobim (acoustic guitar), Octavio Bailly, Jr. (electric bass), Claudio Slon (drums), Paulinho da Costa (congas & percussion), Laudir de Oliveira (congas & percussion), Oscar Castro-Neves (cavaquinho & acoustic guitar), Bonnie Bowden Amaro & Gracinha Leporace (vocals).
Guest Musicians: David Amaro (12-string guitar & electric guitar), Dannis Budimir (electric guitar).

Produced & Engineered by Bones Howe.

Rhythm Arrangements by Sergio Mendes (This Masquerade, Superstition, Voce Abusou, Waters of March, Chovendo Na Roseira, Lonely Sailor) and Bob Alvicar (all others).

Orchestra Arranged & Conducted by Dave Grusin.

Vocal Arrangements by Bob Alvicar.

Production Coordination by Pamela Vale.

brasil77_front%20Kopie.jpg  brasil77_back.jpg

Sergio Mendes & Brasil 77, "Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77", Fontana [Italy] #6433 034 (1974).[LP]
(This is a variation of the German "Attention" release.)  This album contains Jobim's "Double Rainbow" and "Waters of March" compositions.

Edicao_Historica_8/edicao_front.jpg  edicao_back.jpg

Sergio Mendes e Bossa Rio, "Edicao Historica Vol. 8", Fontana [Brasil] #6470 518 (1974).[LP]

This LP contains the Jobim compositions "Ela ╔ Carioca", "Desafinado", "Corcovado", "Garota de Ipanema", and "O Amor Em Paz".  Jobim also was one of three arrangers for this album and he wrote the original liner notes on the Philips [Brazil] LP.

All instrumental performances by Sergio Mendes and The Bossa Rio Sextet.



Sylvia Telles, "A Arte de Sylvia Telles", Fontana #6470 620/1 (1979).[2 LP set]

This set includes recordings from 1960-1966.

Includes Jobim's "Dindi", "Corcovado", "Samba de Uma Nota So", "Samba Torto", "Estrada do Sol", "Samba do Aviao", "Insensatez", "Vivo Sonhando", "Este Seu Olhar", & "Inutil Paisagem".

bossa_front.jpg  bossa_back.jpg

Sergio Mendes and Bossa Rio, "Sergio Mendes and Bossa Rio", Fontana [Germany] #6485 001 (19__).[LP]

This album contains tracks composed by Jobim (see tracklist below) as well as arrangments by Jobim.



Personnel:  Sergio Mendes, piano; Sebastiao Neto, bass; Edison Machado, drums; Edson Maciel, slide trombome; Raulzinhyo, valve trombone; Hector Bisignani, tenor sax (on "Primitivo" and "Nana", the featured tenor sax soloist is Aurino Ferreira. Arrangements and liner notes by Antonio Carlos Jobim (liner notes not included in this German release).


Luiz Eša, "O Prestigio de Luiz Eša", Fontana #81116216 (1982).[LP]

Includes Jobim's "Wave" (arranged, conducted & piano by Luiz Eša).

waiting_front.jpg  waiting_back.jpg

Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77, "Waiting For Love", Fontana [Holland] #9199 223 (1974).[LP]

This is a reissue of the original LP entitled "Vintage '74", with a different title and with the tracks in a different order.

It contains two Jobim compositions:  "Waters of March" and "Double Rainbow".

Back to Recordings Index

Back to Site Index

Back to Home Page