Antonio Carlos Jobim - Pablo
[Original LP scans]
Dom Um Romão, "Hotmosphere", Pablo #2310-777 (1976).[LP]
Dom Um Romão, "Hotmosphere", Pablo/Original Jazz Classics #OJCCD-977-2 (1998).[CD]
The Jobim track is Chovendo na Roseira (aka Children Games).
Personnel: Dom Um Romão (drums), Dom
Salvador (piano), Ron Carter (bass), Steve Kroon (percussion), Sivuca
(guitar), Claudio Roditi & Alan Rubin (trumpets), Jack Jeffries
& Tom Malone (trombones), Sonny Fortune, Mauricio Smith &
Ronnie Cuber (saxophones). Arranged and conducted by Celia
Producer: Dom Um Romão.
Joe Pass (with Paulinho Da Costa), "Tudo Bem!",
Pablo Records #2310 824 (1978).[LP]
Joe Pass (with Paulinho Da Costa), "Tudo Bem!", Pablo/Original Jazz Classics #OJCCD-685--2 (1992).[CD]
Ella Fitzgerald, "Ella Abraça Jobim
(Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Antonio Carlos Jobim Songbook)", Pablo
Records #25218-3201-2 (1981).[Double LP]
Ella Fitzgerald, "Ella Abraça Jobim (Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Antonio Carlos Jobim Songbook)", Pablo Records #25218-3201-2 (1991).[CD]
This album features all Jobim compositions.
There is a notation on the back cover of the CD reissue which states
that the tracks "Don't Ever Go Away" (Por Causa de Vocé) and
"Song of the Jet" (Samba de Avião) - originally on the double
LP release - had to be deleted from the CD reissue as they would not
fit within the maximum playing time of a single CD.
Dreamer (Vivo Sonhando)
This Love That I've Found (Só Tinha De Ser Com Vocé)
The Girl From Ipanema (Garota De Ipanema)
Somewhere In The Hills (Favela)
Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)
Water To Drink (Agua De Beber)
Off Key (Desafinado)
He's A Carioca (Ele É Carioca)
How Insensitive (Insensatez)
One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota Só)
Useless Landscape (Inútil Paisagem)
Personnel: Ella Fitzgerald, vocals; Clark
Terry, trumpet; Zoot Sims, tenor saxophone; Paul Jackson, Oscar
Castro-Neves, Mitch Holder, Roland Bautista, rhythm guitars; Joe
Pass, solo electric guitar; Oscar Castro-Neves, solo acoustic guitar;
Terry Trotter, Mike Lang, Clarence McDonald, keyboards; Toots
Thielemans, harmonica; Abraham Laboriel, bass; Alex Acuna, drums;
Paulinho da Costa, percussion.
Produced by Norman Granz; Paulinho da Costa,
Sarah Vaughan, "I Love Brazil", Pablo Records
John Pisano, "Conversation Pieces", Pablo
Records # 232310963 (1997).[CD]
Ella Fitzgerald, "Ella Fitzgerald with the
Tommy Flanagan Trio: Montreux '77", Pablo/BMG [Brazil]
#OJC20.376-2 (release date in Brazil: January 15, 2003).[CD
Includes a scat-singing version of ONE NOTE SAMBA
(Jobim/Newton Mendonça/Jon Hendricks), recorded live at
Montreux Jazz Festival, on July 14, 1977.
Personnel: Ella Fitzgerald (vocal), Tommy
Flanagan (piano), Keter Betts (bass) and Bobby Durham (drums).