Link original: Lalo Schifrin & Bob Brookmeyer – Samba para Dos (1963)
Publicado em: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 by zecalouro
That’s it. The feedback received from Muchacho nas Bocas, Hermeto Pascoal Video and Miscelanea Vanguardiosa PodCast was really great. I’m happy when Loronixers are pleased with zecalouro’s posts. However, zecalouro pleases Loronixers and Caetanon Rodrigues drives people crazy, let’s get back on track with another fine release sponsored by Caetano Rodrigues, The Great.
This is Lalo Schifrin & Bob Brookmeyer – Samba para Dos (1963), for Verve. Someone said before that Lalo Schifrin early works dedicated to the Bossa Nova repertoire were worth to dig. I can’t remember the friend’s name and he was absolutely right. This is a very nice record with the piano of Lalo Schifrin and the trombone of Bob Brookmeyer supported by renowned artists, such as Phil Woods, Al Cohn and others. Overall personnel makes more that an accompaniment, they have also the spotlights with several solos throughout the record. Thanks for it, Caetano, people should be really amazed by this album. Tracks include:
(flute, sax alto)
01 – Samba para Dos
02 – What Kind of Fool Am I
03 – I Get a Kick Out of You
04 – Just one of those Things
05 – Time After Time
06 – It’s All Right with Me
07 – My Funny Valentine
08 – But not for me
Este disco pode ser buscado no Mohaoffbeat.