INCLUDES 2 BONUS TRACK
180-GRAM ORANGE VINYL
CONTAINS NEW SPECIALLY PREPARED LINER NOTES BY PENGUIN GUIDE TO JAZZ’s WRITER BRIAN MORTON AND BY PARIS' PRESTIGIOUS JAZZ MAGAZINE
"Because of “The Girl From Ipanema”, Getz/Gilberto usually gets the credit for launching the bossa nova craze in the US, but Jazz Samba was recorded a full year earlier and was no less successful, scoring a major hit itself with “Desafinado”, which in some ways even more accurately captures the enervated, languishing mood soundtracked by bossa." - Penguin Guide to Jazz
"While the connection between jazz and Brazilian music has become commonplace, it is important to note that this album inaugurated the fruitful meeting between jazz and bossa nova." - Jazz Magazine
STAN GETZ, tenor saxophone
CHARLIE BYRD, guitar soloist
GENE BYRD, guitar & bass
KETER BETTS, bass
BUDDY DEPPENSCHMIDT &
BILL REICHENBACH, percussion
Pierce Hall, All Souls Unitarian Church, Washington D.C., February 13, 1962.
Original session produced by Creed Taylor.
A5: Same personnel as above but omit Getz and Deppenschmidt.
New York, April 18, 1962.
B4: STAN GETZ (tenor sax) with Gary McFarland and His Orchestra: Doc Severinsen, Bernie Glow (tp), Clark Terry (flhrn), Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb), Tony Studd (b-tb), Ray Alonge (fhr), Ray Beckenstein, Arthur “Babe” Clarke (cl), Jerry Sanfino (fl), Eddie Caine (alto-fl), Romeo Penque (b-cl), Hank Jones (p), Jim Hall (g), Tommy Williams (b), Johnny Rae (d), Carmen Costa (cabassa), Jose Paulo (tamb), Gary McFarland (arr, cond). New York, August 27, 1962.
1. DESAINADO 5:52
2. SAMBA DEES DAYS 3:35
3. O PATO (THE DUCK) 2:32
4. SAMBA TRISTE 4:48
5. O PATO (THE DUCK) [Charlie Byrd version] 5:37*
1. SAMBA DE UMA NOTA SÓ (ONE NOTE SAMBA) 6:12
2. É LUXO SÓ 3:43
3. BAÍA 6:44
4. SAMBA DE UMA NOTA SÓ (ONE NOTE SAMBA) [big band versión] 3:27*
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