Antonio Carlos Jobim - Resonance Records


Toninho Horta, "To Jobim With Love", Resonance Records #________ (2008).[CD]

This CD was originally recorded in 1998 and released in Japan under the title 'From Ton to Tom'.  Along with having the album dedicated to Tom Jobim, there are many Jobim compositions included (see Tracklist below).


Agua de Beber (Jobim)
Portrait in Black and White (Jobim)
If Everyone Was Like You (Jobim)
From Ton to Tom (Silent Song)
Meditation (Jobim)
No More Blues (Jobim)
Infinite Love
Promises I Made
Modinha (Jobim)
The Girl From Ipanema (Jobim)
Without You
Desafinado (Jobim)


Stan Getz/Joao Gilberto, "Selections From Getz/Gilberto '76", Resonance Records #_______ (Released in the U.S. 4-18-2015).[Limited Edition 10-inch Audiophile LP]

From Arnaldo DeSouteiro's Jazz Station Blog:

This collector's LP (with a limited pressing of 3,000 units) is pressed on translucent green-colored 140 gram vinyl at 33 1/3 RPM by Erika Records. The tracklist includes Dorival Caymmi's "Doralice" (recorded by Joćo & Getz in 1963 for the historical "Getz/Gilberto"), and three songs covered by them on "The Best of Two Worlds" for CBS: "É Preciso Perdoar (Alcyvando Luz/Carlos Coqueijo Costa), "Eu Vim da Bahia" (Gilberto Gil), and "Retrato Em Branco E Preto" (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Chico Buarque), the latter also included by Gilberto on another masterpiece, the "Amoroso" album for Warner in 1977.

Backing Joćo Gilberto (acoustic guitar & vocals) and Stan Getz (tenor sax) are Joanne Brackeen on piano, Clint Houston on acoustic bass, and Billy Hart on drums. [Hart and Houston also performed on "The Best Of Two Worlds".]


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