Antonio Carlos Jobim - Warner Brothers
[WSM CD Reissue from 2001]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "The Wonderful World of
Antonio Carlos Jobim", Warner Brothers #1611 (1964).[Original LP]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "The Wonderful World of Antonio Carlos Jobim", WSM #9362463152 (2001).[CD Reissue]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "The Wonderful World of Antonio Carlos Jobim", Warner Brothers [Netherlands] #__________ (2001).[CD Reissue]
Music arranged and orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle.
Ela é carioca Bonita Água de beber O morro não tem vez Surfboard Valsa do Porto das Caixas Useless landscape (Inútil paisagem) Samba do Avião Só tinha de ser com você Por tôda minha vida A felicidade Dindi
Ela é carioca
Água de beber
O morro não tem vez
Valsa do Porto das Caixas
Useless landscape (Inútil paisagem)
Samba do Avião
Só tinha de ser com você
Por tôda minha vida
Musician personnel: Antonio Carlos Jobim--guitar,
vocal, piano; Dom Um Romão--drums; Pete Candoli--trumpet on
"Valsa do Porto das Caixas".
Produced by Jimmy Hilliard.
This album is also contained within a later Warner CD
compilation reissue entitled "Antonio Carlos Jobim: Composer".
[Original "False" U.S. LP]
[Above: The "False" Tom Jobim LP as it appeared in the United States originally in 1966 and when reissued in 1975!
The Brazilian issue of the "False" Jobim LP is pictured below.
Please note that the photos used in these LP releases and subsequent LP reissue
are completely different from the photos used in the original (and official) Brazilian LP/CD titled Tom Jobim Apresenta.]
["False" Brazilian LP Reissue with liner notes in Portuguese by Stan Cornyn]
[The 2001 WSM CD Reissue]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Love, Strings, and Jobim", Warner Bros.
#________ (1966).[Original "False" LP]&&&
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Love, Strings, and Jobim", Warner/Continental [Brazil] #301.404.056 (1975) [LP Reissue]
Gaya & Deodato, "Tom Jobim Apresenta", Warner Bros. #M832907-2 (1994).[CD Reissue]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "Love, Strings and Jobim", WSM #9362478982 (2001).[CD Reissue]
&&&Special note of explanation: Originally titled as
TOM JOBIM APRESENTA (Tom Jobim Introduces), produced by Aloysio de
Oliveira & Ray Gilbert in 1966 for the Elenco label, it was
conceived as an album through which Jobim would introduce new
Brazilian composers and performers to American audiences. Gaya and
Deodato were invited to write the arrangements and were promised to
be credited as the album leaders. But, the names of the
musicians have not appeared on the album credits and, thanks to the
big design of Jobim used in the cover, consumers thought they were
purchasing a Jobim album!
The situation became worse when the album was reissued in the USA by Warner Bros. in the mid-Seventies again under the title: "Love, Strings And Jobim", with the liner notes crediting Jobim as the piano player and the guitar player in the whole album, although he never played one note on it!
The first CD version, released by Warner in 1994, reproduces the original cover of the 1966 LP issue on the Elenco label. However, it adds the correct info concerning arrangers and musicians, mentioned in the liner cover (it is not known by this webmaster what information appears on the 2nd CD version by WSM, listed and pictured above).
It features two Jobim compositions:
Samba Torto aka Pardon My English (Jobim/Aloysio de Oliveira), arranged by Gaya.
Eu Preciso de Voce
aka Hurry Up and Love Me (Jobim/Aloysio de Oliveira), arranged by
Further information on this album can also be seen on the Albums - Elenco listing of "Tom Jobim Apresenta".
Liner-notes-Brazil_LP.JPG - Liner notes (in Portuguese) by Stan Cornyn for the Brazilian LP Reisssue of "Love Strings and Jobim".
- Detailed tracklist and photos of participants in
the album (taken from CD Reissue).
(piano, arrangements on tracks 06, 10, 11)
Oscar Castro Neves
Jorge Ferreira da Silva
[DJ/Promo LP labels]
[2008 Netherlands CD Reissue]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "A Certain Mr. Jobim",
Warner Brothers #1699 (1967).[Original LP]
Antonio Carlos Jobim, "A Certain Mr. Jobim", Warner Brothers "Masters" Series [Netherlands] #248244 (2008).[CD Reissue]
Arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.
- Page 1 of original LP liner notes written by Hal
- Page 2 of original LP liner notes written by Hal
- Page 3 of original LP liner notes written by Hal
Personnel includes Don Payne (bass) and Dom
Um Romao (drums). Organ solo on "Surfboard" by Dick Hyman. Uncredited
Original LP Produced by George Lee and Ray Gilbert.