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Milton Nascimento
JOURNEY TO DAWN

A&M SP-4719
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Released 1979
Format: Vinyl/Cassette
Produced by Jim Price
Songs:
  • 1. Pablo II (Milton Nascimento)/Pablo (Milton Nascimento/Ronaldo Bastos/Jim Price)/Pablo II (Milton Nascimento) - 4:45
    2. Idolatrada (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 4:41
    3. Unencounter (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 2:49
    4. Maria Maria (Milton Nascimento) - 3:08
    5. Journey To Dawn (Milton Nascimento/Marcio Borges/Gene Lees) - 3:22
    6. O Cio Da Terra (Milton Nascimento/Chico Buarque/Jim Webb) - 3:32
    7. Paula & Bebeto (Milton Nascimento/Caento Veloso) - 3:27
    8. Maria Tres Filhos (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 2:34
    9. Credo (Milton Nascimento/Fernando Brant) - 3:37
    10. Alouca (Milton Nascimento) - 3:20
    Music arranged by Milton Nascimento, Jim Price and The Group
    Choral Arrangements on "O Cio Da Terra" by Milton Nascimento
    Additional Orchestrations on "Maria Maria" by Peggy Sandvig, on "Idolatrada" by Oscar Castro Neves
Musicians:
Milton Nascimento - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano
Nelson Angelo Martins - Acoustic & Electric Guitars
Hugo Fattoruso - Acoustic Piano, Electric Piano & Synthesizers
Novelli - Bass
Roberto Da Silva - Drums
Nana - Percussion
Bill Kurausch & Co. - Strings
Gayle Levant - Harp
Steve Madaio - Trumpet
Chuck Findley - Trumpet & Trombone
Lon Price - Tenor Sax
Jim Price - Trombone
The Singers: Adi Moenda, Linda Moenda, Bell Moenda, Dina Moenda, Milton Nascimento, Jim Price, Nelson Angelo Martins, Novelli, Lo Borges, Beto Guedes, Maria Fatima, Oscar Castro Neves, Roberto Da Silva, Nana, Hugo Fattoruso
Recorded at Clover Studios, Hollywood; Vice-Versa Studios, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Trans-America Studios, Rio de Janeiro
Engineered by Jeremy Zatkin
Assisted by Mark Wolfson, Renato Viola, Vitor Farias Da Silva, Terry Becker and Carla Frederick
Mixed at The Village Recorder, West Los Angeles
Mastered by John Golden at Kendun Recorders, Burbank
Personal Management: Paulo Pilla
Art Direction: Roland Young
Design: Junie Osaki
Photography: CAFI

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pdxet2

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I really loved this LP when it was released ... all the songs are fantastic! Bought the CD years later and was disappointed in the mix. Hopefully, this gem will be remastered someday ... maybe it has for all I know. Saw Milton perform "Maria Maria" in Portland, Oregon in 1990. Fantastic night I will never forget.
 
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