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This is Jazz, Vol. 29: Bossa Nova
     

This is Jazz, Vol. 29: Bossa Nova

 
Bossa Nova: This is Jazz, Vol. 29 is an entertaining 11-track collection that contains such jazz superstars as Stan Getz, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Charlie Byrd, Astrud Gilberto and, of course,

Overview

Bossa Nova: This is Jazz, Vol. 29 is an entertaining 11-track collection that contains such jazz superstars as Stan Getz, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Charlie Byrd, Astrud Gilberto and, of course, Antonio Carlos Jobim playing familiar bossa nova tunes. It's not a definitive overview of the genre, but as a sampler, it's quite enjoyable and provides a reasonably effective introduction.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/06/1997
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074646504529
catalogNumber:
65045

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Milton Nascimento   Vocals,Track Performer
Ed Bickert   Guitar
Charlie Byrd   Guitar,Track Performer
Ron Carter   Bass
Dori Caymmi   Guitar
Albert Dailey   Piano
Miles Davis   Trumpet,Track Performer
Paul Desmond   Alto Saxophone,Track Performer
George Duke   Keyboards
Stan Getz   Tenor Saxophone,Track Performer
Astrud Gilberto   Vocals,Track Performer
João Gilberto   Guitar,Vocals
Urbie Green   Trombone
Herbie Hancock   Organ
Billy Hart   Drums
Elvin Jones   Percussion
Steve Lacy   Soprano Saxophone
Hubert Laws   Flute
Jerome Richardson   Flute
Wayne Shorter   Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone,Track Performer
Steve Swallow   Bass
Stanley Turrentine   Tenor Saxophone,Track Performer
Clint Houston   Bass
Frank Rehak   Trombone
Ernie Royal   Trumpet
Grady Tate   Drums
Deodato   Guitar,Piano,Conductor,Electric Piano
Wagner Tiso   Keyboards
Sivuca   Guitar
Bossa Nova   Track Performer
Jimmy Cobb   Drums
Connie Kay   Drums
Airto Moreira   Percussion,Drums
Ray Alonge   French Horn
David Amaro   Guitar
Ray Armando   Percussion
Harold Baker   Trumpet
Billy Barber   Tuba
Raymond Beckenstein   Flute,Reeds
Gene Bertoncini   Guitar
Sam T. Brown   Guitar
Sonny Carr   Percussion
Oscar Castro-Neves   Guitar
Paul Chambers   Bass
Harold Coletta   Viola
Larry Corbett   Cello
Donald Corrado   French Horn
Paulinho Da Costa   Percussion
Gil Evans   Track Performer
Joe Farrell   Soprano Saxophone
Everaldo Ferreira   Percussion
Irving Geller   Violin
Russell George   Bass
Paul Gershman   Violin
Bernie Glow   Trumpet
Joseph Goodman   Violin
Jay Graydon   Guitar
Todd Hemmenway   Cello
R. Hill   Violin
Dann Huff   Guitar
Jean Hugo   Violin
Antonio Carlos Jobim   Guitar,Electric Piano,Vocals,Track Performer
J.J. Johnson   Trombone
Alphonso Johnson   Bass
Harry Katzman   Violin
Joseph Malin   Violin
Bob Mann   Guitar
George Marge   Flute
Gordon Marron Strings   Violin
Louis Mucci   Trumpet
Gareth "Garry" Nuttycombe   Violin
Gene Orloff   Violin
João Palma   Percussion,Drums
Romeo Penque   Flute
Janet Putnam   Harp
Dom Um Romão   Percussion,Drums
George Ricci   Cello
Sarah Vaughan   Vocals,Track Performer
Denny Seiwell   Percussion,Drums
Roberto Silva   Drums
Bob Tricarico   Bassoon,Contrabassoon
Arthur Zadinsky   Violin
Shari Zippert   Violin
Marilyn Graham   Violin
Gayle Levant   Harp
Ronald Folson   Violin
Julie Held   Violin
Barry Socher   Violin
Dave McDaniel   Electric Bass
Bill Hybel   Violin
Suzie Katayama   Cello
Robert Sanov   Violin
Carlos Vegas   Drums
Gil Evans Orchestra   Track Performer
Connie Krupka   Violin
Black   Flute
David H. Speltz   Cello

Technical Credits

Dori Caymmi   Arranger
Deodato   Arranger
Oscar Castro-Neves   Arranger
Gil Evans   Arranger
James Isaacs   Liner Notes
Antonio Carlos Jobim   Composer
Ray Gilbert   Composer
Cozbi Sanchez-Cabrera   Art Direction
Kim Gaucher   Graphic Design
Gillian Wong   Cover Design

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