With Airto, Deodato, Sergio Mendes, Flora Purim and more. During the 1970s, Jazz legends like Miles Davis, Weather Report, and Wayne Shorter collaborated with up and coming Brazilian musicians such as Airto Moreira, Dom Um Roman and Milton Nascimento. With all the attention placed on them from these important jazz artists, North America became the new musical playground for a large number of these.
The Soul Jazz label (gladly) continues to take our money - this time it’s in the form of Brazil ’70, the follow up to last years Tropicalia :: A Brazilian Revolution in Sound compilation. Released (stateside) September 18th, Brazil ’70 is dripping with the kind of humid, Latin, soul, funk, and jazz groves that so permeated the early seventies scene
Soul Jazz Records’ Brasil album was recorded in Rio de Janeiro in 1994 with a host of legendary Brazilian musicians including Sivuca, Raul de Souza and singer Joyce Moreno – and has remained one of the key defining early releases from the record label. The album was recorded at the height of the first wave of interest in Brazilian music in London in the 1990s.
Jazz Soul Jazz/Groove Jazz-Funk. In its earliest incarnation during the mid-'60s, Jazz-Funk was an earthy amalgamation of jazz and funky Southern soul, also heavily influenced by the proto-funk innovations of Sly & the Family Stone. In that respect, it was fairly similar to soul-jazz, but where soul-jazz was often content to lay back in the groove, jazz-funk drove forward with a stronger, more pronounced backbeat, as well as a more explicit devotion to the Stax/Volt brand of soul music (sometimes reflected in cover versions of popular soul hits). Jazz-Funk Album Highlights. Living Black! Grover Washington, Jr. In Concert Brazil Chill. The Complete Columbia.
The Jazz Age, is the fourteenth studio album, is a re-recording of some of Bryan Ferry's compositions, as played in jazz style of the 1920s, by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra. The 13 songs have been chosen from 11 albums, from his very first release Roxy Music (1972) to his at that time recent solo record Olympia (2010).
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Written By – Ary Barroso
|A2||A Man And A Woman (Un Homme Et Une Femme)
Written By – Francis Lai
|A3||A Day In The Life Of A Fool (Manha De Carnival)
Written By – Carl Sigman
|A4||Mas Que Nada
Written By – Jorge Ben
|A5||How Insensitive (Insensatez)
Written By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
|B1||The Soul Of Brazil
Written By – Phil Bodner
|B2||I Want My Mama (Mamae Eu Quero)
Written By – Stillman, Negrette, V. Palva
Written By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
|B4||Summer Samba (So Nice)
Written By – Gimbel
|B5||Stay Awhile (Quedate Un Rato Mas)
Written By – Amses
- Arranged By – Phil Bodner
- Bass Guitar – George Duvivier
- Bass Trombone – Paul Faulise
- Drums – Bobby Rosengarden
- Engineer – Bob Simpson
- Flugelhorn – Bernie Glow, Mel Davis
- Flute – Phil Bodner
- Guitar – John Pizzarelli*
- Organ – Dereck Smith
- Percussion – Phil Kraus
- Piano – Derek Smith
- Piccolo Flute – Phil Bodner
- Producer – Ethel Gabriel
- Saxophone – Phil Bodner
- Trombone – Buddy Morrow
- Trumpet – Bernie Glow, Mel Davis
NotesRecorded in Webster Hall, New York City.
Library of Congress Card Numbers R67-2847 (Mono) and R67-2848 (Stereo) apply to this recording.
TMK(S) ® Radio Corporation of Americas • Marcas(s) Registrada(s) • © 1967, RCA, New York, N.Y. • Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: [Side 1]: CAL 2135
- Label Code: [Side 2]: CAL 2135
- Matrix / Runout: [Side 1]: TCRM-9115-28 A1 A
- Matrix / Runout: [Side 2]: TCRM-9116-28 A1 B
|CAL-2135||Living Jazz||The Soul Of Brazil (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Camden||CAL-2135||Canada||1967|
|CAS-2135, CAS 2135||Living Jazz||The Soul Of Brazil (LP, Album)||RCA Camden, RCA Camden||CAS-2135, CAS 2135||US||1967|
|CAS-2135||Living Jazz||The Soul Of Brazil (LP, Album)||RCA Camden||CAS-2135||Canada||1967|