🎷 AotW: Jazz Edu Lobo & Tom Jobim - EDU & TOM

Jazz releases not on the CTi or Horizon labels.

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Captain Bacardi

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Edu Lobo & Tom Jobim
EDU & TOM
Mercury Records
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Released 1981

Produced by Aloysio de Oliveira

Songs:
1. Ai, Quem Me Dera (Tom Jobim/Marino Pinto) - 2:12
2. Pra Dizer Adues (Edu Lobo/Torquato Neto) - 4:40
3. Chovendo Na Roseira (Tom Jobim) - 3:23
4. Moto-Continuo (Edu Lobo/Chico Buarque) - 3:28
5. Angela (Tom Jobim) - 3:09
6. Luiza (Tom Jobim) - 3:10
7. Cancao Do Amanhecer (Edu Lobo/Vinicius Moraes) - 3:30
8. Vento Bravo (Edu Lobo/Paulo Cesar Pinheiro) - 4:16
9. E Preciso Dizer Adeus (Tom Jobim/Vinicius Moraes) - 4:18
10. Canto Triste (Edu Lobo/Vinicius Moraes) - 3:44
Musicians:
Edu Lobo - Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Antonio Carlos "Tom" Jobim - Vocals, Piano
Sergio Barroso - Bass
Luiz Alves - Bass
Paulo Braga - Drums
Marcio Montarroyos - Flugelhorn
Luiz Claudio - Violin

Recorded November 1981 at Polygram Studios, Rio de Janeiro
Engineer: Ary Carvalhaes & Luiz Claudio
Assistant Engineers: Julinho, Charles, Manuel and Carlos Jorge
Mixed by Luigi Hoffer
Mastered by Wiliam Tardelli
Photos: Ana Lontra Jobim/Januario Garcia
Art Direction & Design: Jorge Vianna

Available at Amazon.com (with song samples): http://www.amazon.com/Edu-E-Tom-Lobo/dp/B00006LWJM/ref=sr_1_3?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1353987706&sr=1-3&keywords=edu lobo




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Rudy

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I do like this album (and it is a great idea as a one-off project, especially due to the mutual respect and admiration they had for each other), but I prefer hearing both of them on their own albums. It's nice hearing them share each other's songs. :agree:
 

Dave

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Isn't this a follow-up to Jobim's Tierra Brasilis? (Of which I always took the cover as 'depicting the entire world, every continent as "Brasil", or Brasilian Lands'!!!!

That was an ultimate collaboration of Jobim w/ arranger Claus Ogerman (which I believe had previously done & maybe re-worked tracks together, too)...


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Captain Bacardi

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I like this album a lot. Two great composers working together. I love the playfulness of the first tune, "Ai, Quem Me Dera". The flugelhorn player, Marcio Montarroyos does a couple of nice solos, first with an Alpert-esque sound on "Chovendo...", then a sizzling solo on "Vento Bravo". While I prefer the Brasil '66 version of "Canto Triste", this version is kind of cool with a more low-key style. Definitely an album worth picking up.



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Rudy

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Here's a nice recent version of "Canto Triste" from his 1995 album Meia-Noite.

 
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