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 Claus Ogerman - RCA Victor Records (continued)
 

 

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[Original Mono LP]


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[Original Mono LP labels]


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[This 24-bit digitally remastered CD reissue (pictured above) is part of a collection that celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the RCA label.]



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[RCA Victor Gold Series - French Reissue CD]

João Donato, "Piano of João Donato - The New Sound of Brazil", RCA Victor #LPM-3473/LSP-3473 (1965).[Original LP]
João Donato, "Piano of João Donato - The New Sound of Brazil", RCA Victor [Japan] #BVCP-73241-28451-2 (1995).[CD Reissue]
João Donato, "Piano of João Donato - The New Sound of Brazil", RCA/BMG [Brazil] # 7432128451-2 (2001).[24-bit remastered CD Reissue]

João Donato, "Piano of João Donato - The New Sound of Brazil", RCA Victor Gold Series [France] #74321965082 (November 2003).[24-bit newly Remastered CD Reissue]

Entire album arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman.

Tracklist:

Amazon (Amazonas)

Forgotten Places (Coisas Distantes)

O Barquinho (Little Boat)

Manhã De Carnaval

Lost Hope (Esperança Perdida)

And Roses and Roses

Jungle Flower (Flor do Mato)

Sugarcane Breeze (Vento do Canavial)

How Insensitive (Insensatez)

Samba De Orfeu

Glass Beads (No Coreto)

It Didn't End (Não Se Acabou)

Musician personnel: Joao Donato (piano), Richard Davis (bass), Bill Goodwin (drums), Dom Um Romao (drums & percussion), Luiz Bonfa (acoustic guitar), Carlos Lyra (acoustic guitar), Jerome Richardson (lead flute), Jimmy Cleveland (trombone solos). Arranged & conducted by Claus Ogerman.


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New York City's Webster Hall, where this recording took place!

In his liner notes, Mr. DeSouteiro wrote:

"... To discover more details about the career of this incomparable genius, we recommend the very complete site Discovering João Donato, created by the American researcher Barbara "BJ" Major. Preferably, savoring the 12 tracks from The New Sound of Brazil!"

Arnaldo DeSouteiro

Amsterdam, July 20, 2001


LINER NOTES:

  Original-new-sound.pdf - Original LP liner notes by Sheldon Toomer [IN ENGLISH].

  New-sound-1.pdf - Pages 1 and 2 of the CD liner notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro [IN PORTUGUESE].

   New-sound-2.pdf - Pages 3 and 4 of the CD liner notes written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro [IN PORTUGUESE].

   New-sound-3.pdf - Tracklist and CD reissue credits [IN PORTUGUESE].

   New-sound-4.pdf - Intro comments found on the back cover of the CD reissue written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro [IN PORTUGUESE].

New-sound-liners-1fr.JPG - Page 1 of the CD liner notes translated into French, written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

New-sound-liners-2fr.JPG - Page 2 of the CD liner notes translated into French, written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

New-sound-liners-3fr.JPG - Page 3 of the CD liner notes translated into French, written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.

New-sound-liners-4fr.JPG - Page 4 of the CD liner notes translated into French, written by Arnaldo DeSouteiro.


REVIEW:

  Loronix.pdf - This Webmaster's own review of the album, featured on the Brazilian music blog, Loronix.

"Piano of João Donato - The New Sound of Brazil" was originally produced by Andy Wiswell.
Brazil & France CD Reissues Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Jazz Station Productions.

For French reissue, RCA Victor Gold Series: Réédition produite par Arnaldo DeSouteiro (Jazz Station Productions); Texte de livret: Arnaldo DeSouteiro.


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This issue (April/May 2007) of Waxpoetics - Magazine of hip hop, jazz, funk & soul
contains an article and interview with João Donato,
who said this about his work with Claus Ogerman on The New Sound of Brazil album:

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Gilberto-Donato-Zawinul-Ogerman, "The New Sound of Brazil" (for piano), Helios Music (1965).  Interesting to note that there are several compositions listed for inclusion on the sheet music which were not a part of the released "New Sound of Brazil" record album.
This sheet music was also published under Monsapec in 1965.


 

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