Roy Budd – Buddin’ Bossa (1970)

28 01 2012

Link original: Roy Budd – Buddin’ Bossa (1970)
Publicado em: Friday, March 02, 2007 by zecalouro

I spoke with Caetano about an hour ago and I forgot to get his always-useful briefing on this LP, so I’m making zecalouro’s first impressions on it. Once again, Caetano sent to us a truly obscure LP that makes you run to Google additional information. Let’s see how it goes.

This is Roy Budd – Buddin’ Bossa (1970), for NSPL, international late Bossa Nova by the pianist Roy Buddy. It seems that Roy Budd understands the Bossa Nova business. He spent several holidays in Brazil and simply adores Brazilian Music and Buddin’ Bossa is considered the album that Roy Budd wanted to make all of his life. He was so confident that you will see at back cover a Budd statement saying that Buddin’ Bossa is the best Bossa Nova LP recorded outside Brazil and this record was not released in 1970, a time that several others excellent records in the same style were already released. I think this LP will be a treat to several Loronixers. Tracks include:

PersonnelChris Karan
(drums, percussion)
Jeff Clyne
Ike Isaacs
Vic Ash
Harr Pitt
Roy Budd

Track List

01 – The Girl from Ipanema
02 – How Insensitive
03 – Desipilado (taken from back cover)
04 – I Appreciate so Much
05 – Meditation
06 – A Man and a Woman
07 – Quiet Nights
08 – One Note Samba
09 – It Only Goes to Show
10 – Little Boat
11 – So Nice
12 – The Girl from Southend on Sea


Este disco pode ser buscado na Rádio Forma e Elenco do Martoni.