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Astrud Gilberto - Brazilian Mood Album

Astrud Gilberto - Brazilian Mood Album

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Interprète: Astrud Gilberto
Titre: Brazilian Mood
Pays: Netherlands
Style: Bossa Nova, Bossanova
Category: Jazz / Latine
Classement: 4.4
Catalogue #: 2356 113
Label: Metro Records

Tracklist

1Agua De Beber
Vocals [With] – Antonio Carlos Jobim
2Bim Bom
3Berimbao
4Non-Stop To Brazil
5Stay
6Meditation
7Manha De Carnaval
8Fly Me To The Moon
9Voce E Eu
10The Telephone Song
11Corcovado
12Crickets Sing For Anamaria


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2356 113Astrud Gilberto Brazilian Mood ‎(LP, Comp)Metro Records2356 113NetherlandsUnknown
2356 113Astrud Gilberto Brazilian Mood ‎(LP, Comp)Metro Records2356 113NetherlandsUnknown
2352 191Astrud Gilberto Brazilian Mood ‎(LP, Comp)Verve Records2352 191Brazil1977
2356 113Astrud Gilberto Brazilian Mood ‎(LP, Comp)Metro Records2356 113GermanyUnknown
2356 113Astrud Gilberto Brazilian Mood ‎(LP, Comp)Metro Records2356 113NetherlandsUnknown


Crédits

  • Arranged ByClaus Ogerman (tracks: B6)
  • Arranged By, ConductorDon Sebesky (tracks: B1, B4), Eumir Deodato (tracks: A3, B2), Gil Evans (tracks: A4, A5), Marty Paich (tracks: A6, B3)
  • BassGene Cherico (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
  • DrumsHelcio Milito (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
  • GuitarKenny Burrell (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
  • ProducerCreed Taylor, Pete Spargo (tracks: B2)
  • Tenor Saxophone, LeaderStan Getz (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
  • Vibraphone [Vibes]Gary Burton (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
  • VocalsAstrud Gilberto (tracks: A1, A2, B5)


Notes

Made in Holland.


Codes-barres

  • Rights Society: STEMRA


Vidéo


Album

Listen free to Astrud Gilberto Brazilian Mood Corcovado Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars, Voce E Eu and more. 12 tracks 28:02. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. This is a marvelous album from the very early days of Bossa Nova, the first by Astrud Gilberto, when she sounded unbelievably sweet and innocent. The legend is that she didn't want to be a singer, but sang for her husband Joao Gilberto the composer and player, and he persuaded her to record. It sounds completely unspoiled and genuine. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und informieren Sie sich über beteiligte Astrud Gilberto Album with Antonio Carlos Jobim is the debut studio album by Astrud Gilberto. With Antonio Carlos Jobim on guitar and the arrangements by Marty Paich, it was released via Verve Records in 1965. It peaked at number 41 on the Billboard 200 chart. In 2017, NPR placed it at number 73 on the 150 Greatest Albums Made by Women list. Astrud Gilberto vocals. Antônio Carlos Jobim guitar, vocals on track 2. Joe Mondragon double bass. Bud Shank alto saxophone, flute. Astrud Gilberto Con: Stanley Turrentine, Eumir Deodato, Bob Mann, Dom Um Romao, Joao Palma Y Sivouca Astrud Gilberto With Turrentine. Tracklist A1 Wanting Things Written-By BacharachDavid 2:35 A2 Astrud Gilberto Album. Astrud Gilberto became an accidental success when her fragile command of English made her the de facto choice to sing The Girl from Ipanema at a session led by Stan Getz and her husband, João Gilberto. Of course, despite its overwhelming success, it wasn't clear that she could sustain a career when she recorded her first solo LP, The Astrud Gilberto Album. Brazilian Mood. buy album. Astrud Gilberto. voice, vocals. Help improve the Brazilian Mood page. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and trusted members like you. Interested Tell us why you would like to improve the Brazilian Mood musician page. Gilberto Golden Japanese Album. Verve Records. LP, CD. Japanese album Released only in Japan. The Very Best of Astrud Gilberto. The Best of Astrud Gilberto. Polydor Records. Released in Netherlands. The Essential Astrud Gilberto. Released in the UK. The Best of Astrud Gilberto Vol. 19 Brazilian Mood. Metro Records. Astrud Gilberto - Verve Records. Astrud Gilberto remains a moment in time, when Brazilian music took to the world. The iconic jazz label boasts no shortage of groundbreaking artists, but there are many underrated Blue Note musicians that deserve their place in the sun. 2 July at 10:31 . VerveUMe Classic Jazz Vinyl Reissue Series, Acoustic Sounds . Astrud Gilberto remains a moment in time when Brazilian music took to the world stage and never left it, thanks to Verve & Astrud Gilberto. I was alive. Joey Sweeney, writing in The Philadelphia Enquirer about hearing Astrud Gilberto for the first time. From Bahia, northeastern Brazil, one of three sisters born to a German father and a Brazilian mother, Astrud was born in 1940 Gilbertos family moved to Rio de Janeiro when she was only 2 years old. Before going to New York in 1963 with her husband, João, the twenty-three-year-old Astrud had never sung professionally, but in a recording session with Stan Getz, everything was to change