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Antonio Carlos Jobim|Stone Flower (CTI Records 40th Anniversary Edition)

Stone Flower (CTI Records 40th Anniversary Edition)

Antonio Carlos Jobim

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Recorded in 1970 at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in New Jersey under the production auspices of Creed Taylor, the arrangement and conducting skills of Deodato, and the engineering expertise of Van Gelder himself, Antonio Carlos Jobim's Stone Flower is quite simply one of his most quietly stunning works -- and certainly the high point of his time at Columbia. Nearly a decade after the paint peeled from the shine of bossa nova's domination of both pop and jazz charts in the early '60s, Creed Taylor brought Jobim's tender hush of the bossa sound back into the limelight. With a band that included both Jobim and Deodato on guitars (Jobim also plays piano and sings in a couple of spots), Ron Carter on bass, Joao Palma on drums, Airto Moreira and Everaldo Ferreira on percussion, Urbie Green on trombone, Joe Farrell on soprano saxophone, and Hubert Lookofsky laying down a soulful violin solo on the title track, Jobim created his own version of Kind of Blue. The set opens with the low, simmering "Tereza My Love," with its hushed, elongated trombone lines and shifting acoustic guitars floating on the evening breeze. It begins intimately and ends with a closeness that is almost uncomfortably sensual, even for bossa nova. And then there are the slippery piano melodies Jobim lets roll off his fingers against a backdrop of gauzy strings and syncopated rhythms in both "Choro" and "Brazil." The latter is a samba tune with a sprightly tempo brought to the fore by Jobim's sandy, smoky vocal hovering ghost-like about the instrumental shimmer in the mix. Take, for instance, the title track -- with its stuttered, near-imperceptible percussion laid under a Jobim piano melody of such simplicity, it's harmonically deceptive. It isn't until Lookofsky enters for his solo that you realize just how sophisticated and dense both rhythm and the chromatic lyricism are. The album closes with a reprise of "Brazil," restating a theme that has, surprisingly, been touched upon in every track since the original inception, making most of the disc a suite that is a lush, sense-altering meditation, on not only Jobim's music and the portraits it paints, but the sounds employed by Taylor to achieve this effect. Stone Flower is simply brilliant, a velvety, late-night snapshot of Jobim at his peak. [The 2002 reissue adds an alternate take of "Brazil" as a bonus track.]

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1
Tereza My Love
00:04:21

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Children's Games
00:03:27

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Choro
00:02:08

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Brazil (Aka Aquarela do Brasil)
00:07:22

Eumir Deodato, Arranger - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - James Isaacs, Producer - Ary Barroso, Composer - Ary Barroso, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Electric Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Everaldo Ferreira, Percussion - Hubert Laws, Flute - Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Urbie Green, Trombone

Originally Released 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Stone Flower
00:03:18

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Amparo
00:03:39

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Ron Carter, Bass - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Urbie Green, Trombone - Joao Palm, Drums - Joao Palm, Percussion

Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Andorinha
00:03:29

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

(P) Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
God and the Devil In the Land of the Sun
00:02:21

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Lyricist - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
Sabiá
00:03:57

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Chico Buarque, Composer - Chico Buarque, Lyricist - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

Originally Released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
Brazil (Alternate Take)
00:05:25

Joe Farrell, Soprano Saxophone - Hubert Laws, Flute - Eumir Deodato, Guitar - Airto Moriera, Percussion - Ary Barroso, Composer - Ary Barroso, Lyricist - Creed Taylor, Producer - Everaldo Ferriera, Percussion - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Guitar - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vocal - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Piano - Ron Carter, Bass - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Joao Palm, Percussion - Joao Palm, Drums

Originally Recorded 1970 & released 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Recorded in 1970 at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in New Jersey under the production auspices of Creed Taylor, the arrangement and conducting skills of Deodato, and the engineering expertise of Van Gelder himself, Antonio Carlos Jobim's Stone Flower is quite simply one of his most quietly stunning works -- and certainly the high point of his time at Columbia. Nearly a decade after the paint peeled from the shine of bossa nova's domination of both pop and jazz charts in the early '60s, Creed Taylor brought Jobim's tender hush of the bossa sound back into the limelight. With a band that included both Jobim and Deodato on guitars (Jobim also plays piano and sings in a couple of spots), Ron Carter on bass, Joao Palma on drums, Airto Moreira and Everaldo Ferreira on percussion, Urbie Green on trombone, Joe Farrell on soprano saxophone, and Hubert Lookofsky laying down a soulful violin solo on the title track, Jobim created his own version of Kind of Blue. The set opens with the low, simmering "Tereza My Love," with its hushed, elongated trombone lines and shifting acoustic guitars floating on the evening breeze. It begins intimately and ends with a closeness that is almost uncomfortably sensual, even for bossa nova. And then there are the slippery piano melodies Jobim lets roll off his fingers against a backdrop of gauzy strings and syncopated rhythms in both "Choro" and "Brazil." The latter is a samba tune with a sprightly tempo brought to the fore by Jobim's sandy, smoky vocal hovering ghost-like about the instrumental shimmer in the mix. Take, for instance, the title track -- with its stuttered, near-imperceptible percussion laid under a Jobim piano melody of such simplicity, it's harmonically deceptive. It isn't until Lookofsky enters for his solo that you realize just how sophisticated and dense both rhythm and the chromatic lyricism are. The album closes with a reprise of "Brazil," restating a theme that has, surprisingly, been touched upon in every track since the original inception, making most of the disc a suite that is a lush, sense-altering meditation, on not only Jobim's music and the portraits it paints, but the sounds employed by Taylor to achieve this effect. Stone Flower is simply brilliant, a velvety, late-night snapshot of Jobim at his peak. [The 2002 reissue adds an alternate take of "Brazil" as a bonus track.]

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