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Jazz Samba Encore!

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Download links and information about Jazz Samba Encore! by Luiz Bonfá / Luiz Bonfa, Stan Getz. This album was released in 1963 and it belongs to Jazz, World Music, Latin, Bop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 43:41 minutes.

Artist: Luiz Bonfá / Luiz Bonfa, Stan Getz
Release date: 1963
Genre: Jazz, World Music, Latin, Bop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 43:41
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Sambalero (feat. Maria Helena Toledo) 2:08
2. Só Danço Samba 3:37
3. Insensatez 3:22
4. O Morro Nao Tem Vez 6:53
5. Samba De Duas Notas (Two Note Samba) [feat. Maria Helena Toledo] 4:21
6. Menina Flor (feat. Maria Helena Toledo) 4:10
7. Mania De Maria (feat. Maria Helena Toledo) 2:43
8. Saudade Vem Correndo (feat. Maria Helena Toledo) 3:39
9. Um Abraco No Getz (A Tribute To Getz) 4:24
10. Ebony Samba (Second Version) 4:34
11. Ebony Samba (First Version) 3:50

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Here's some more bossa nova from Stan Getz when the bloom was still on the first Brazilian boom. This time, however, on his third such album, Getz relies mostly upon native Brazilians for his backing. Thus, the soft-focused grooves are considerably more attuned to what was actually coming out of Brazil at the time. Two bona fide giants, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Luiz Bonfá (who gets co-billing), provide the guitars and all of the material, and Maria Toledo contributes an occasional throaty vocal. Getz injects more high-wailing passages into his intuitive affinity for the groove, even going for some fast bop on "Un Abraco No Getz," and Bonfá takes adept care of the guitar solos against Jobim's rock-steady rhythm. Clearly Jobim's songwriting contributions — "So Danco Samba," "How Insensitive," and "O Morro Nao Tem Vez" — would have the longest shelf life, and though the album didn't sell as well as its two predecessors, it certainly helped break these tunes into the permanent jazz repertoire. Avid bossa nova fans will certainly treasure this album for the lesser-known Bonfá tunes. ~ Richard S. Ginell, Rovi