This photo is from the back album cover of "A Certain Mr. Jobim" (1967); the credits underneath the photo are wrong -
seated in foreground on the left (wearing glasses) is arranger/conductor Claus Ogerman,
(producers) George Lee and Ray Gilbert; standing behind them (l-r) is Antonio Carlos Jobim
and (drummer) Dom Um Romao. Unknown person standing behind them and unknown person to the far left of photo.

Antonio Carlos Jobim - Project 3

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Tony Mattola, "Lush, Latin and Lovely", Project 3 Records #PR 5020 SD [Quadraphonic versions: Project 3 PR-5020QD, PR4C-5020 (QR), PRQ8-5020 (Q8)] (1967).[LP]

This album contains Jobim's "How Insensative".


Can't Take My Eyes Off You

Free Again

The Girl Next Door

A Man And A Woman


The Flower Road

Somethin' Stupid

I Will Wait For You

Lush and Lovely

How Insensative

I Cover The Waterfront


Musician personnel: Tony Mottola (acoustic guitar), Phil Bodner (flute), Dom Cortese (accordion), Al Casamenti (electric guitar), Gene Bertoncini (rhythm guitar), Bucky Pizzarelli (rhythm guitar), Dick Hyman (organ), Bob Haggart (bass), Bobby Rosengarden (drums and percussions), Phil Kraus (percussions, vibraphone, marimba, vibra-slap).

Produced by Enoch Light.

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Urbie Green, "Urbie Green's Big Beautiful Band", Project 3 #PR5087 (1974).[LP]

Contains an arrangement of Jobim's "Ana Luiza" by Claus Ogerman.

Musician personnel: Marvin Stamm, Bernie Glow, Bob McCoy, Markie Markowitz, Mel Davis (trumpet); Wayne Andre, Garnett Brown, Buddy Morrow, Sonny Russo, Paul Faulise, Urbie Green (trombone); George Young, Frank Weiss, Eddie Daniels, Arnie Lawrence, Phil Bodner, Danny Banks (saxophones); Richard Davis (bass); Grady Tate (drums); Tony Mottola (guitar).
Arrangers: Claus Ogerman, Dick Hyman, Wayne Andre, Johnny Carisi, Dick Lieb. Jeff Hest.

Produced by Enoch Light.

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