Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Bud Shank - Brazil! Brazil! Brazil! (1966)

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:



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


frank-oliver said...

This is a sampler from known Bud Shank Brazilian LP`s for World Pacific. A strange factor is, that the string orchestra arrangements are overdubbed years later to the original recordings. Only track one with Chet Baker is a new recording.

twilight58 said...

Wonderful selection.

primocoe said...

Thanks, Zeca. Below is updated track list with credits and recording information.

World Pacific Records WP-1855 & WPS-21855.
Recorded  in Los Angeles September 1966,
Bud Shank (as), João Donato (p), Clare Fischer (p), Laurindo Almeida (g), Joe Pass (g), Chet Baker (tp)

01 - Summer Samba [So Nice, Samba de Verão] (Marcos Valle/Paulo Valle)
02 - Elizete (Clare Fischer)
03 - Nocturno (Laurindo Almeida/Frances Hall)
04 - Ontem a Noite [Otem a note] (Clare Fischer)
05 - Carnaval (Clare Fischer)
06 - Sausalito (João Donato)
07 - If I Should Lose You (Ralph Rainger/Leo Robin)
08 - Carioca Hills (Laurindo Almeida)
09 - Samba do Avião (AC Jobim)
10 - I didn't Know What Time it Was (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)
11 - Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars [Corcovado] (AC Jobim/V de Moraes-Gene Lees)
12 - The Color of Her Hair (Laurindo Almeida/Marion Sunshine)

Brazil! Brazil! Brazil! was Chet Baker's first major recording after the tragic 1966 beating that damaged his remaining teeth. Baker manages only a few lines on the track "Summer Samba".