Early 1960s, Sergio playing jazz piano.
Sergio Mendes - Philips
Sergio Mendes and Bossa Rio, "The Exotic Sound Of Sergio Mendes", Philips [Holland] #6349 415 (1971).[LP Reissue]
This is a Holland LP Reissue of the Sergio Mendes & Bossa Rio
album, originally recorded for Philips [Brazil]. The Tracklist is
in a slightly different order on this release.
Sergio Mendes compositions included in this album are
"Noa Noa" and "Primitivo".
Once I Loved (Jobim)
Ela é Carioca (Jobim)
The Girl From Ipanema (Jobim)
Coisa No. 2
Personnel: Sergio Mendes, piano; Sebastiao
Neto, bass; Edison Machado, drums; Edson Maciel, slide trombome;
Raulzinhyo, valve trombone; Hector Bisignani, tenor sax (on
"Primitivo" and "Nana"), the featured tenor sax soloist is Aurino
Ferreira. Arrangements by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Sergio Mendes & Moacir Santos.
Various Artists, "Vinicius de Moraes - Poeta y Amigo", Philips [Brazil] #________ (1980).[LP]
This record is thought to be exclusive to Argentina. Tracks are performed by a variety of artists, including Tom Jobim.
Sergio Mendes and the Bossa Trio perform Tom's "Ella es Carioca"; other
Jobim tracks include "La Chica de Ipanema" (performed by Jobim
himself); "Olha Maria" performed by Chico Buarque; and "Insensatez"
performed by Lalo Schifrin.
Sergio Mendes, "The Best of Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77", Philips
(Success Series) [Netherlands] #9279 509 (19__).[LP Compilation]
Sergio Mendes, "Minha Historia", Philips [Brazil] #526302-2 (19__).[CD Compilation]
This album includes the Sergio Mendes composition "Primitivo".