Originalmente postado no Loronix em 24 de janeiro 2007.
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I had the chance to hear this LP for the first time yesterday; I did not know what I was missing. I decided to post this album as the second of our tribute to show how this record surprises me. I don't know details of Manfredo Fest biography and his association to the works of Antonio Carlos Jobim, but the first thing that came on my mind yesterday was that I had in hands a sincere and emotive tribute to Tom Jobim made by a fan, a sincere admirer of the Maestro, so great is the repertoire and so wonderful is the interpretation and details on each song. Thanks for this LP Caetano, truly amazing.
This is Manfredo Fest - Just Jobim (1998), for DMP. On top of everything I said before, this is the last Manfredo Fest LP. I use to never put my personal opinion on records at Loronix and I will make an exception this time, run for it. Period. Some tracks are not well known Jobim works and belongs to a movie soundtrack that you will hear about today, stay tuned.
01 - Aguas de Marco
02 - Wave
03 - Desafinado
04 - Double Rainbow
05 - Amparo
06 - Girl from Ipanema
07 - Anos Dourados
08 - Agua de Beber
09 - Ligia
10 - So Tinha que Ser com Voce
11 - Quiet Nights
12 - Luisa
4 Reply to "Manfredo Fest - Just Jobim (1998)"
joaobeltrao on Wednesday, 24 January, 2007
O manfredo fez um LP com seu trio que eu considero dos fundamentais
vocal e instrumental fantasticos. Acabou, como tantos outros, fazendo carreira nos EUA onde morreu. Deixou um herdeiro guitarrista que chegou a gravar com o pai. Vou assim que tiver, ouvir esse trabalho jobiniano dele.
Frank-Oliver on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
thank you for this Manfredo Fest album.
I would also like to hear Manfredo Fest e seu Conjunto "Evolucao" 1965(RGE XRLP-5.239)
Perhaps you or Caetano have this album too?
Fuzzy Bear on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
Some great records like “Tom Canta Vinicius” and “Salena Jones sings Jobim with the Jobim's“.
A significant one “Orfeu da Conceicao” from 1956.
Side by side with the schmaltz of Doris Day and the unnecessary tribute from 1997.
If you can, I would like to hear more live albums and rarities…
And thanks for the consistently posting superb music!
Colm O'Sullivan "Red" on Sunday, 19 October, 2008
M. Fest: I wonder - really really pray for! - any of the great Manfredo Fest albums for Concord Records in California, of the '80s and '90s. Unbelievably they're out of print. Anybody...?
PS.: Also, Zecalouro, when I wrote to your g-mail a few weeks ago, it was just to introduce myself, and tell you of my deep gratitude to you personally, and of how everything has changed in my habits since I discovered (with JimR's help!) Loronix!
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