Bud Shank / Clare Fischer / Joe Pass – Brasamba (1963)

18 05 2012

Link original: Bud Shank / Clare Fischer / Joe Pass – Brasamba (1963)
Publicado em: Saturday, July 07, 2007 by zecalouro

We should thanks Caetano Rodrigues for this album, part of his last set of contributions to Loronix. Released in 1963, this is one of those albums recorded by American Jazz musicians in response of the arriving of Bossa Nova in the United States. Bossamba was on my hunting list since I saw it for the first time in Caetano Rodrigues book, now is time to hear it, altogether with my friends at Loronix.

This is Bud Shank, Clare Fischer and Joe Pass – Brasamba (1963), for Pacific Jazz. In spite of its importance, Brasamba worth by putting together these three legends. Bud Shank, a well-known artist by his great collaboration to the music from Brazil and Brazilian musicians, pretty recently, he recorded another album together with Joao Donato. Clare Fischer is a gifted pianist that was introduced for the first time with a fantastic Bossa Nova record by Caetano, the first international Bossa Nova album made available at Loronix. Joe Pass is a name that does not need any kind of introduction, one of the great Jazz guitar players. They are accompanied by bass, vibes and percussion, as detailed on personnel listing, just before tracks. Tracks include:

PersonnelBud Shank
(sax alto, flute)
Clare Fischer
(piano)
Joe Pass
(guitar)
Larry Bunker
(vibes and drums)
Ralph Pena
(bass)
Milt Holland, Chuck Flores
(percussion)

Track List

01 – Brasamba (Bud Shank)
02 – Ontem a Noite (Clare Fischer)
03 – Autumn Leaves (Mercer / Prevert / Kazma)
04 – Sambinha (Bud Shank)
05 – Gostoso (Clare Fischer)
06 – If I Should Lose You (Robin / Rainger)
07 – O Barquinho (Menescal / Boscoli)
08 – Serenidade (Clare Fischer)
09 – Elizeth (Clare Fischer)
10 – Samba de Orfeu (Antonio Carlos Jobim / Luiz Bonfa)

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Bud Shank – Brazil! Brazil! Brazil! (1966)

17 03 2012

Link original: Bud Shank – Brazil! Brazil! Brazil! (1966)
Publicado em: Wednesday, May 02, 2007 by zecalouro

Hello, Good Evening and Good night! I’m back from Sao Paulo vinyl fair. I arrived four hours ago, but I was so tired that I slept by accident when reading a magazine. Then I decided to come here and say hello, thanks everybody who was there and just let you know that tomorrow night I will be covering the fair, telling everybody what happened.

Meanwhile, I decided to post something solid from the start to end to please Loronixers tomorrow or early today or late this night or… well, I’m not sure, depends on your time zone.

This is Bud Shank – Brazil! Brazil! Brazil! (1966), for World Pacific, featuring Bud Shank, Laurindo Almeida, Chet Baker, Joe Pass, Clare Fischer and Joao Donato. Wow! I don’t think that you will never go wrong with an album titled Brazil! Brazil! Brazil! featuring this awesome musicians. Tracks include:

PersonnelBUD SHANK
LAURINDO ALMEIDA
CHET BAKER
JOE PASS
CLARE FISCHER
JOAO DONATO

Track List

01 – Summer Samba
02 – Elizeth
03 – Noturno
04 – Ontem a Noite
05 – Carnaval
06 – Sausalito
07 – If I Should Loose You
08 – Carioca Hills
09 – Samba do Aviao
10 – What Time it Was
11 – Quiet Nights
12 – The Color of Your Hair

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Bud Shank & Clare Fischer – Bossa Nova Jazz Samba (1962)

2 02 2012

Link original: Bud Shank & Clare Fischer – Bossa Nova Jazz Samba (1962)
Publicado em: Thursday, March 08, 2007 by zecalouro

Here we go now on the international Bossa Nova post of the day, obviously, gently provided by Caetano Rodrigues, the Great. This one brings wonderful artists, Bud Shank (sax) with a great identification with Brazilian music and Bossa Nova and Clare Fischer (piano), that has a particular meaning to zecalouro, Clare Fischer and his record Clare Fischer Plays Antonio Carlos Jobim and Clare Fischer – So Danco Samba was one of the first Caetano Rodrigues contribution, the start of the “international Bossa Nova” releases at Loronix.

This is Bud Shank and Clare Fischer – Bossa Nova Jazz Samba (1962), for Pacific Jazz, a nice blend of West Cost Jazz, Bossa Nova and Samba rhythms. It is amazing that this album is out of print. Bossa Nova Jazz Samba was released before Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd made Bossa Nova a big hit in the US. Bossa Nova Jazz Samba features Bud Shank (sax), Clare Fischer (piano), Ralph Pena (bass) and Larry Bunker, Bob Neel, Milt Holland and Frank Guerrero (percussion). Tracks include:

01 – Samba Da Borboleta
02 – Illusao
03 – Pensativa
04 – Joao
05 – Misty
06 – Que Mais?
07 – Wistful Samba
08 – Samba Guapo

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Clare Fischer Plays Antonio Carlos Jobim and Clare Fischer – So Danco Samba (1962)

29 09 2011

Link original: Clare Fischer Plays Antonio Carlos Jobim and Clare Fischer – So Danco Samba (1962)
Publicado em: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 by zecalouro

Caetano Rodrigues and Charles Gavin book has an amazing section with records from non-Brazilian artists performing Bossa Nova. Particularly, Charlie Byrd LPs are fantastic with those covers with parrots and macaws with some Brazilian spots on background.

Among the several gems available there, Caetano selected a special one, Clare Fischer – Clare Fischer Plays Antonio Carlos Jobim and Clare Fischer, So Danco Samba (1962), for World Pacific with Clare Fischer (piano, organ), Dennis Budimir (guitar), Bob West (bass) and Colin Bailey (drums). For a flawless description of Clare Fischer’s So Danco Samba, I’m gathering Caetano own words, as follow:

“This America pianist really tried to decipher the refined language of Bossa Nova. He was not one of the pioneers of the new style as great names of the international jazz scene had already tackled it. However, Fischer’s merit lay in his choice of repertoire, almost entirely based on the songs by Tom Jobim, bringing elements of jazz into the traditional Brazilian flavor, despite the obvious limitations in his swing and playing technique. The truth is that Bossa Nova revitalized jazz, bringing back a cool vibe again”.

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