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The New Sound Of Brazil / Piano Of João Donato

Joao Donato

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This very evocative 1965 recording session was a cause for celebration not only among critics but among the bossa nova-crazed audiences of Brazil and the U.S, and it sold quite well. Donato is a jazz pianist first, and his allegiances in harmony and melody come from there first and foremost. But rhythmically and in his phrasing, he comes from the generation of Brazilian musicians who developed the bossa nova as an art form. His touch is light, his settings are lush and laid-back, and his playing is as much or more from his left hand as his right. Solos on these records are wonderfully improvised, but they reflect the sweet, gorgeous melodies on the front line of these tunes. As such, Donato comes across as an elegant pianist and ensemble player, establishing his individual touch as a leader in that left hand rhythmic bent where he loves those shaded keys. His finest compositions here are his own: the sensual "Amazon," the slightly sassy and savvy "It Didn't End," and his reading of Luiz Bonfá's "Samba de Orfeu," which rivals the original for its ambience and texture with a gorgeous string arrangement courtesy of conductor Claus Ogerman. This is one of Brazil's more moving and beautiful bossa albums, and should not be overlooked by recent fans of the genre or by jazz fans interested in the exotic side of the music. ~ Thom Jurek

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1
Amazon 00:02:29

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Composer - Joao Donato, Lyricist - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Forgotten Places 00:02:11

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Joao Gilbert, Composer - Joao Gilbert, Lyricist - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Composer - Joao Donato, Lyricist - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Little Boat 00:02:25

Ronaldo Boscoli, Composer - Ronaldo Boscoli, Lyricist - Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Roberto Menescal, Composer - Roberto Menescal, Lyricist - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Manha de Carnaval 00:03:06

Antonio Maria, Composer - Antonio Maria, Lyricist - Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Luiz Bonfá, Composer - Luiz Bonfá, Lyricist - Luiz Bonfá, Guitar - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally Recorded 1965. All rights reserved by BMG Music

5
Esperança Perdida 00:02:06

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Billy Blanco, Composer - Billy Blanco, Lyricist - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
And Roses and Roses 00:02:30

Ray Gilbert, Composer - Ray Gilbert, Lyricist - Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Dorival Caymmi, Composer - Dorival Caymmi, Lyricist - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Jungle Flower 00:02:39

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Composer - Joao Donato, Lyricist - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Sugarcane Breeze 00:02:27

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Composer - Joao Donato, Lyricist - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
How Insensitive 00:02:50

Vinicius De Moraes, Composer - Vinicius De Moraes, Lyricist - Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Claus Ogerman, Conductor - Joao Donato, Vocal

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Samba de Orfeu 00:02:39

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Luiz Bonfá, Composer - Luiz Bonfá, Guitar - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Glass Beads 00:01:58

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Joao Gilbert, Composer - Joao Gilbert, Lyricist - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Composer - Joao Donato, Lyricist - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
It Didn't End 00:02:22

Richard Davis, Bass - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Andy Wiswell, Producer - Carlos Lyra, Guitar - Bill Goodwin, Drums - Jerome Richardson, Flute - Jerome Richardson, Saxophone - Don Ura Roméo, Percussion - Claus Ogerman, Arranger - Joao Donato, Composer - Joao Donato, Lyricist - Joao Donato, Performer

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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This very evocative 1965 recording session was a cause for celebration not only among critics but among the bossa nova-crazed audiences of Brazil and the U.S, and it sold quite well. Donato is a jazz pianist first, and his allegiances in harmony and melody come from there first and foremost. But rhythmically and in his phrasing, he comes from the generation of Brazilian musicians who developed the bossa nova as an art form. His touch is light, his settings are lush and laid-back, and his playing is as much or more from his left hand as his right. Solos on these records are wonderfully improvised, but they reflect the sweet, gorgeous melodies on the front line of these tunes. As such, Donato comes across as an elegant pianist and ensemble player, establishing his individual touch as a leader in that left hand rhythmic bent where he loves those shaded keys. His finest compositions here are his own: the sensual "Amazon," the slightly sassy and savvy "It Didn't End," and his reading of Luiz Bonfá's "Samba de Orfeu," which rivals the original for its ambience and texture with a gorgeous string arrangement courtesy of conductor Claus Ogerman. This is one of Brazil's more moving and beautiful bossa albums, and should not be overlooked by recent fans of the genre or by jazz fans interested in the exotic side of the music. ~ Thom Jurek

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