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Harry Allen - Something About Jobim (2015)

Jazz | Author: SELMER | 6-03-2017, 17:14
Harry Allen - Something About Jobim (2015)
Artist: Harry Allen
Title Of Album: Something About Jobim
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Stunt Records
Country: Denmark
Genre: Jazz / Bossa Nova
Quality: FLAC (image +.cue, log, booklet)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 56:53 min
Full Size: 307 MB


01. Dindi [07:28]
02. Chovendo Na Roseira [03:34]
03. Captain Bacardi [04:16]
04. Sue Ann [03:24]
05. Theme for Jobim [06:12]
06. Mojave [06:59]
07. Falando de Amor [04:49]
08. Antigua [04:23]
09. Angela [07:04]
10. Voce Vai Ver [03:37]
11. Tema Jazz [05:03]


Harry Allen: tenor saxophone;
Helio Alves: piano;
Rodolfo Stroeter: bass;
Tutty Moreno: drums;
Joyce: guitar, vocal.

For 99 percent of all Brazilian musicians, Antonio Carlos Jobim is number one. His composition skills and his unique talent makes it possible for him to be, at the same time, amazingly sophisti- cated and easy to listen to. It tells us a lot about Brazil. In a way all Brazilian musicians have, like Jobim, a simple love of the beach, the forests, the birds and a way of being. His development, both as a composer and a lyricist, into the major artist that he is, makes Jobim one of the proudest proofs of Brazilian potentials and talent. Along with Jo?o Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Brasileiro de Almeida Jobim (his full name) have changed the ball game, and given Brazilian music international exposure and shaped a general view of what Brazil’s musical roots and creative resources are. It is unthinkable to look upon Brazil as a musical nation without con- sidering Jobim’s artistic architecture and beauty.

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