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Antonio Carlos Jobim - Verve (continued)


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Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Compact Jazz: Antonio Carlos Jobim", Verve #843273-2 (1991).[CD Compilation]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Compact Jazz: Antonio Carlos Jobim", Verve #843273-4 (1991).[CS]


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Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Verve Jazz Masters 13", Verve/Polygram #314 516 409-2 (1993).[CD Compilation]


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Stan Getz, "The Artistry of Stan Getz, Vol. 2", Verve #5 517 330 (1993).[CD Compilation]

Includes Jobim's "Corcovado" and "Chega De Saudade".


Astrud Gilberto, "Jazz Masters 9: Verve Jazz Masters Series", Verve [U.S.] #314-519824-2 (1994).[CD Compilation]

Antonio Carlos Jobim plays guitar and piano on this album.

Original sessions produced by Creed Taylor.


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Various Artists, "Verve GRAMMY® Winners", Verve # 314 521 485-2 (1994).[CD Compilation]

Contains Jobim's "Desafinado" performed by Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd as well as "The Girl From Ipanema" performed by Stan Getz, Joao Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim (piano).  


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This version of "Desafinado" won the 1962 "Best Jazz Performance, Soloist or Small Group (Instrumental)" GRAMMY®; this version of "The Girl From Ipanema" won these GRAMMY® awards:

1964 Album of the Year

1964 Record of the Year

1964 Best Instrumental Jazz Performance, Small Group or Soloist with Small Group

1964 Best Engineered Recording--awarded to Phil Ramone.

LINER NOTES by Chris Albertson:

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Compilation produced by Richard Seidel.



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Various Artists, "The Verve Story 1944-1994", Verve/Polygram #314 521 737 2 (1994).[4-CD Box Set]

This 50th Anniversary Verve Boxed Set contains "Desafinado", composed by Jobim.

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Various Artists, "Bossa Nova - Jazz 'Round Midnight", Verve #521 657 (1994).[CD Compilation]

Includes Jobim's "Corcovado", "O Morro" (also performed by Jobim); and "Samba De Uma Nota So".


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Various Artists, "Carnegie Hall Salutes The Jazz Masters", Verve #7314 523150 2 (1994).[CD]
Various Artists, "Carnegie Hall Salutes The Jazz Masters", Verve #____________ (1994).[CS]

This Audio CD contains Jobim's compositions and performances of "Desafinado" & "How Insensative".  Note:  This album contains fewer tracks than the Verve DVD of the same title, including another Jobim composition & performance.

Recorded live at Carnegie Hall, New York on April 6, 1994. Includes liner notes by Bob Blumenthal.

Tracklist:

Tea For Two

Tangerine

Shiny Stockings

Willow Weep For Me

I Must Have That Man

Desafinado (Jobim)

Manteca

Parisian Thoroughfare

How High the Moon

Turn Out the Stars

The Eternal Triangle

How Insensitive (Jobim)

Down by the Riverside

Yellowstone

It's About That Time

Now's the Time

Musician personnel:
Don Alias, Tom Barney, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ray Brown, Kenny Burrell, Betty Carter, Peter Delano, Charlie Haden, Al Foster, Omar Hakim, Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove, Joe Henderson, Bruce Hornsby, Antonio Carlos Jobim, J.J. Johnson, Hank Jones, Abbey Lincoln, Jeff Lorber, Christian McBride, John McLaughlin, Jackie McLean, Art Porter, Pat Metheny, Stephen Scott, Jimmy Smith, Gary Thomas, Kenny Washington, Vanessa Williams, Yosuke Yamashita, The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band.

Compilation producers: Richard Siedel, Don Sickler.



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Stan Getz, "Jazz Masters 8", Verve #682753 (1994).[CD Compilation]

This compilation includes Jobim's "Desafinado" and "The Girl From Ipanema".

This material recorded between 1952 and 1971. Includes liner notes by Francis Davis.

Digitally remastered by Gary Mayo (Polygram Studios).

This is part of the Verve Jazz Masters series.

Compilation producer: Michael Lang.

Musician personnel includes: Stan Getz (tenor saxophone); Hershy Kay (conductor); Joao Gilberto (vocals, guitar); Astrud Gilberto (vocals); Conte Candoli (trumpet); Lionel Hampton (vibraphone); Lou Levy, Duke Jordan, Oscar Peterson, Jodie Christian, Chick Corea, Antonio Carlos Jobim (piano); Eddy Louis (organ); Charlie Byrd, Jimmy Raney, Herb Ellis, Rene Thomas (guitar); Keter Betts, Leroy Vinnegar, Bill Crow, Victor Sproles, Ron Carter, Tommy Williams (bass); Buddy Deppenschmidt, Shelly Manne, Frank Isola, Connie Kay, Marshall Thompson, Grady Tate, Bernard Lubat, Milton Banana (drums); Bill Reichenbach (percussion).

Producers: Norman Granz, Creed Taylor, George Martin.



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Joe Henderson, "Double Rainbow: The Music of Antonio Carlos Jobim", Verve #527 222 (1995).[CD]

Contains the following compositions by Jobim: A Felicidade, Dreamer (Vivo Sonhando), Boto, Ligia, Once I Loved, Triste, Photograph, Portrait in Black and White (Zingaro), No More Blues, This Happy Madness, Passarim, Modinha.



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Antonio Carlos Jobim, "The Man From Ipanema", Verve #25880 (1995).[3-CD Compilation]

THE MAN FROM IPANEMA is packaged with a 60-page book with photos, a biography of Antonio Carlos Jobim and several interviews with him and his colleagues. The three CDs include selections from the albums ELIS AND TOM, WAVE, TIDE, THE COMPOSER OF "DESAFINADO" PLAYS, PASSARIM, Stan Getz's JAZZ SAMBA ENCORE!, Astrud Gilberto's THE ASTRUD GILBERTO ALBUM, CARNEGIE HALL SALUTES THE JAZZ MASTERS, GETZ/GILBERTO, ELLIS ESPECIAL and the film "Gabriela."

Tracklist:

CD 1 (The vocals)

Passarim

Só Danço Samba (Jazz Samba)

Aguas De Março (Waters of March)

Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved)

Lamento

Luiza

Chovendo Na Roseira ("Double Rainbow" or "Children's Games")

Anos Dourados (Looks Like December)

O Grande Amor

Agua De Beber

Modinha

Borzeguim

Soneta Da Separação

Gabriela

Retrato Em Branco E Preto (aka "Zingaro")

Dindi

Inútil Paisagem (Useless Landscape)

Photograph

Chansong

Meditation

O Que Tinha De Ser

O Morro Não Tem Vez (aka "Favela")

Bonita

 

CD 2 (The Instrumentals)

Wave

Tide

Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved)

Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)

Sue Ann

Samba De Uma Nota Só (One Note Samba)

Mojave

O Morro Não Tem Vez (aka "Favela")

Tema Jazz

Meditation

Triste

Agua De Beber

Só Danço Samba (Jazz Samba)

Captain Bacardi

O Morro Não Tem Vez (aka "Favela")

 

CD 3 ("Multiple Versions")

Desafinado (Off Key) (3 versions)

The Girl From Ipanema (4 versions)

Corcovado (3 versions)

Insensatez (4 versions)

Vivo Sonhando (Dreamer) (3 versions)

Personnel includes: Antonio Carlos Jobim (arranger, vocals, guitar, piano, electric piano); Claus Ogerman, Deodato (conductor, arranger); Bill Hitchcock (conductor); Cesar Camargo Mariano (arranger, piano, electric piano); Jacques Morelenbaum (arranger, cello); Joao Gilberto (vocals, guitar); Elis Regina, Astrud Gilberto, Maria Toledo (vocals); Ray Beckenstein (alto saxophone, flute, piccolo); Bud Shank (alto saxophone, flute); Jerry Dodgian (alto saxophone); Stan Getz, Joe Henderson (tenor saxophone); Stu Williamson (trumpet); Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green, Milt Bernhart (trombone); Luiz Candido Da Costa, Antonio Candido Sobrinho, Joseph Singer (French horn); Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson (flute, piccolo); Paulo Guimaraes Ferreira, Leo Wright, Hermeto Pascoal (flute); Eduardo Morelenbaum, Lucia Morelenbaum Gjorup (clarinet); Joao Daltro De Almeida, Bernardo Bessler, Michel Bessler, Jorge Faini, Virgilio Arraes Filho, Azik M. Geller, Carlos Eduardo Hack, Walter Hack, Luiz Carlos Campos Marques, Joao Jeronimo De Menezes F, Giancarlo Pareschi, Francisco Perrotta, Pascoal Perrotta, Jose Alves Da Silva, Walter Gomes De Souza, Alfredo Vidal, Bernard Eichen, Lewis Eley, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Louis Harber, Julius Held, Leo Kruczek, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Raoul Poliakin, Irving Spice, Louis Stone (violin); Jesuina Noronha Passaroto, Edwardo Roberto Pereira, Hindenburgo V. Borges Pereira, Frederick Stephany (viola); Mario Eymard Malard, Jorge Kundert Ranewsky, Alceu De Almeida Reis, Luiz Fernando Zamith, Abe Kessler, Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Harvey Shapiro (cello); Joao Donato (piano); Oscar Castro-Neves (acoustic guitar, guitar); Helio Delmiro (electric guitar); Paulo Jobim, Luiz Bonfa, Pat Metheny (guitar); Denner De Castro Campolina, Ricardo Raymundo Cendido, Tommy Williams, Luizao Maia, Ron Carter, Sebastiao Neto, Joe Mondragon, George Duvivier, Charlie Haden (bass); Dom Um Romao (percussion), Bobby Rosengarden (percussion), Claudio Slon (drums), Jose Carlos (drums, percussion); Paulo Braga, Paulo Ferreira, Al Foster (drums); Rubens Ohana De Miranda, Milton Banana (drums, percussion).  NOT ALL PERSONNEL ON ALL TRACKS.

The New Band: Paulo Jobim (arranger, vocals, guitar); Danilo Caymmi (vocals, flute); Maucha Adnet, Simone Caymmi, Ana Lontra Jobim, Elizabeth Jobim, Paula Morelenbaum (vocals);
Jacques Morelenbaum (cello); Sebastiao Neto (bass); Paulo Braga (drums).

Marty Paich's Orchestra includes: Marty Paich (conductor, arranger); Milt Bernhart (trombone); Bud Shank (flute); João Donato (piano); Joe Mondragon (bass).

LINER NOTES  [ALL IN ENGLISH]:

1. Biography of Antonio Carlos Jobim by Sergio Cabral:

   Cabral-1.pdf - Page 1 of bio.

   Cabral-2.pdf - Page 2 of bio.

   Cabral-2a.pdf - Page 2 (part 2) of bio.

 

2. Interview of Oscar Castro-Neves by Richard Seidel:

   OCN-1.pdf - Page 1 of OCN interview.

   OCN-2.pdf - Page 2 of OCN interview.

   OCN-2a.pdf - Page 2 (part 2) of OCN interview.

   OCN-3.pdf - Page 3 of OCN interview.

   OCN-4.pdf - Page 4 of OCN interview.

   OCN-5.pdf - Page 5 of OCN interview.

 

3. Gene Lees' "Um Abraço no Tom" (An Embrace for Tom):

   Lees-1.pdf - Page 1 of "Embrace".
   Lees-1a.pdf - Page 1 (part 2) of "Embrace".
  Lees-2.pdf - Page 2 of "Embrace".
  Lees-2a.pdf - Page 2 (part 2) of "Embrace".
  Lees-3.pdf - Page 3 of "Embrace".
  Lees-4.pdf - Page 4 of "Embrace".
  Lees-5.pdf - Page 5 of "Embrace".
  Lees-5a.pdf - Page 5 (part 2) of "Embrace".
  Lees-6.pdf - Page 6 of "Embrace".
  Lees-7.pdf - Page 7 of "Embrace".
  Lees-7a.pdf - Page 7 (part 2) of "Embrace".
  Lees-8.pdf - Page 8 of "Embrace".
  Lees-9.pdf - Page 9 of "Embrace".
  Lees-10.pdf - Page 10 of "Embrace."

 

4. Gene Lees' 1974 interview of Antonio Carlos Jobim:

   1974-Lees-1.pdf - Page 1 of interview.

   1974-Lees-2.pdf - Page 2 of interview.

   1974-Lees-3.pdf - Page 3 of interview.

   1974-Lees-4.pdf - Page 4 of interview.

 

5. Gene Lees' 1995 interview of Creed Taylor:

   95-Lees-taylor-1.pdf - Page 1 of interview.

   95-Lees-taylor-2.pdf - Page 2 of interview.

   95-Lees-taylor-2a.pdf - Page 2 (part 2) of interview.

   95-Lees-taylor-3.pdf - Page 3 of interview.

   95-Lees-taylor-3a-4.pdf - Page 3 (part 2) and page 4 of interview.

Producers: Paulo Jobim, Jacques Morelenbaum (disc 1, track 1); Creed Taylor (disc 1, tracks 2, 4-10, 12-22; disc 2, tracks 1-15; disc 3, tracks 1-2, 4-9, 11-17); Aloysio De Oliveira (disc 1, tracks 3, 11, 23; disc 3, track 10); Richard Seidel, Don Sickler (disc 3, track 3).

Compilation producer: Oscar Castro-Neves.

This set features material recorded between 1963 and 1994.

Includes liner notes by Oscar Castro-Neves, Sergio Cabral, Richard Seidel and Gene Lees.

THE MAN FROM IPANEMA was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Recording Package - Boxed.


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Various Artists, "The Complete Gershwin Songbooks", Verve #529 152 (1995).[3-CD compilation boxed set]

Includes performance of "Fascinating Rhythm" by Jobim.



Stan Getz, "Stan Getz Bossa Nova, Jazz Masters 53", Verve #314 529 904-2 (1996).[CD compilation]

Antonio Carlos Jobim plays piano on at least two tracks on this compilation from various Stan Getz bossa nova albums including "Getz/Gilberto", "Big Band Bossa Nova" and others.

Tracks originally produced by Creed Taylor.



Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Antonio Carlos Jobim and Friends", Verve #314 531 556-2 (1996).[CD]

Recorded live September 27, 1993 at the Free Jazz Festival in São Paulo, Brazil. This was Jobim's last concert appearance in Brazil and considered to be the last album he was personally involved with before his death.

Tracks:

Prelude: Medley: Inútil Paisagem/Triste/Esperança Perdida/Ela é Carioca
The Boy From Ipanema
Once I Loved
O Grande Amor
No More Blues
Agua de Beber
A Felicidade
Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Vocé
Luiza
Wave
Caminhos Cruzados
The Girl from Ipanema
 

Personnel:   Antonio Carlos Jobim, piano & vocals; Herbie Hancock, piano and keyboards; Joe Henderson, tenor saxophone; Shirley Horn; vocals and piano; Gal Costa, vocals; Jon Hendricks, vocals, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, piano; Paulo Jobim, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Harvey Mason, drums; Alex Acuña, percussion.

Produced by Oscar Castro-Neves and Richard Seidel. 

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Various Artists, "Wave: The Antonio Carlos Jobim Songbook", Verve #535 528 (1996).[CD Compilation]

Tracks:

Wave (Jobim, Antonio Carlos)
So Danco Samba (Fitzgerald, Ella)
Happy Madness (Henderson, Joe)
Chovendo Na Roseira (Jobim, Antonio Carlos)
Desafinado (Off Key) (Getz, Stan/Byrd, Charlie)
Felicidade (Gilberto, Astrud)
O Grande Amor (Getz, Stan)
Insinsatez (How Insensitive) (Jobim, Antonio Carlos)
Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved) (Montgomery, Wes)
Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars) (Getz, Stan/Gilberto, Joao)
Triste (Peterson, Oscar)
Boy from Ipanema (Vaughn, Sarah)
Samba de Uma Nota So (One Note Samba) (Gillespie, Dizzy)
Vivo Sonhando (Dreamer) (Henderson, Joe)
Wave (Thielemans, Toots/Regins, Elis)

Personnel: Lalo Schifrin--Piano; Bob Brookmeyer--Trombone (Valve); Charlie Byrd--Guitar; Ron Carter--Bass; Jimmy Cleveland--Trombone; Johnny Coles--Trumpet; Ella Fitzgerald--Vocals; Stan Getz--Sax (Tenor); Astrud Gilberto--Vocals; João Gilberto--Guitar, Vocals; Dizzy Gillespie--Trumpet; Urbie Green--Trombone; Herbie Hancock--Piano; Joe Henderson--Sax (Tenor); Bob James--Piano; Quincy Jones--Producer; Sam Jones--Bass; Roger Kellaway--Piano; Pat Metheny--Guitar; Wes Montgomery--Guitar; Oliver Nelson--Arranger, Conductor; Joe Newman--Trumpet; Oscar Peterson--Piano; Bill Reichenbach--Percussion; Jerome Richardson--Flute, Piccolo; Leo Wright--Flute; Bobby Donaldson--Drums; Ernie Royal--Trumpet; Grady Tate--Drums; Elis Regina--Vocals; Willie Rodriguez--Percussion; Don Sickler--Producer; Quentin Jackson--Trombone; Britt Woodman--Trombone; George Duvivier--Bass; Wayne Andre--Trombone; Bob Ashton--Clarinet, Flute; Nico Assumpçào--Bass; Milton Banana--Percussion; Danny Bank--Flute, Flute (Alto); Raymond Beckenstein--Flute, Piccolo; Keter Betts--Bass; Paulinho Braga--Drums; Norman Granz--Producer; Billy Byers--Trombone; Donald Byrd--Trumpet; Kenny Burrell--Guitar; Candido Camero--Conga; Oscar Castro-Neves--Guitar, Producer, Translation, Sequencing; Claus Ogerman--Arranger, Conductor; Rudy Collins--Drums; Chick Corea--Piano; Aloysio de Oliveria--Producer; Buddy Deppenschmidt--Drums; Jerry Dodgion--Clarinet, Flute, Piccolo; Bernard Eichen--Violin, Vocals; Lewis Eley--Violin, Vocals; Eliane Elias--Piano; Gil Evans--Piano, Arranger, Conductor; Frank Foster--Arranger, Conductor; Barry Galbraith--Guitar; Paul Gershman--Violin, Vocals; Emanuel Green--Vocals; Sol Gubin--Drums; Louis Haber--Violin, Vocals; Harry Lookofsky--Violin, Vocals; Julius Held--Vocals; Dick Hixson--Trombone; Jim Hughart--Bass; Hilary James--Piano; Antonio Carlos Jobim--Guitar, Piano, Whistle (Human); Jimmy Jones--Piano; Leo Kruczek--Violin, Vocals; Charles Libove--Violin, Vocals; Luizao Maia--Bass; Joseph Malignaggi--Violin, Vocals; Charles McCracken--Cello; Gene Orloff--Violin, Vocals; Romeo Penque--Clarinet, Flute, Horn (English), Oboe, Piccolo; Pepito Riestria--Percussion; Raoul Poliakin--Violin, Vocals; Benny Powell--Trombone; Peter Pullman--Liner Editor; Dom Um Romao--Percussion, Drums; George Ricci--Cello; Bobby Rosengarden--Percussion, Drums; Tosha Samaroff--Violin, Vocals; Sarah Vaughan--Vocals; Richard Seidel--Producer, Compilation, Executive Producer, Selection; Harvey Shapiro--Cello; Joseph Singer--French Horn; Claudio Slon--Percussion, Drums; Irving Spice--Violin, Vocals; Louis Stone--Violin, Vocals; Tony Studd--Trombone; Toots Thielemans--Harmonica; Phil Woods--Clarinet; Chris C. White--Bass; Danny Moore--Trumpet; Gene Byrd--Bass, Guitar; Tommy Williams--Bass; César Camargo Mariano--Piano, Arranger, Piano (Electric); Abe Kessler--Cello.



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