Faz parte dos "48 Hours of Tom Jobim" no Loronix.
Comentários originais incluídos.
Caetano knows the business, I felt in love by this record since the first hearing. This is one of the 7 albums recorded by Phil Woods in a five days period in Italy, 2001. When I read about it, thought that this record would be a minor working on Phil Woods career. As usual, another great mistake of mine. It is a masterpiece. It was record as a duo with another great and very underrated Brazilian artist, Irio de Paula.
This is Phil Woods & Irio de Paula - Encontro (on Jobim) (2001), for Philology (Italy). This album landmark the first time he has played clarinet exclusively throughout a session. If you want to know more, Phil Wood was not familiar with the works of the Brazilian guitarist Irio de Paula prior the first day of recording, which should be a single day of recording since Phil recorded 7 albums in 5 days. Great record, very hard to find, released in Italy on a very limited edition. And it is all about Antonio Carlos Jobim.
01 - Eu Sei que Vou te Amar
02 - Samba do Aviao
03 - O Grande Amor
04 - Corcovado
05 - A Felicidade
06 - Brigas Nunca Mais
07 - Retrato em Branco e Preto
08 - Ana Luisa
09 - Days of Wine and Roses
10 - Autumn Leaves
7 Reply to "Phil Woods & Irio de Paula - Encontro (on Jobim) (2001)"
bossanovadreamer on Friday, 26 January, 2007
thanks a lot
for all this great things for this wonderful Jobim Tribut-Tom Jobim likes to see all this ,I am sure.
Anonymous on Saturday, 27 January, 2007
Parabéns pelas páginas interessantes que tem publicado. Fiquei bem impressionado em ler seus comentários sobre o disco Sinatra-Jobim, The Lost Tape... Principalmente porque não menciona nenhuma vez o arranjador e pianista do disco (eu)... Será que existe alguma razão especifica ???
zecalouro on Saturday, 27 January, 2007
Nenhuma. Em absoluto.
Poderia nos contar um pouco sobre esses dias?
the jazzman on Sunday, 28 January, 2007
Jazz fans know Phil Woods. He has been a major contributor playing with almost every big name in modern jazz.
His primary instrument is the sax and sometimes he plays with what may be best described (to me) as a "hard edge". Sometimes some of the be-bop phrases get a little to edgy for me.
However, on this album he plays only clarinet. Soft, melodic and absolutely beautiful. This is a lovely album. Another one of those that you want to kick back with that great drink (forget the name) made with limes and watch the Copacabana sunset.
Anonymous on Thursday, 01 February, 2007
By the way, Phil Woods also did the famous sax solo on Billy Joel's "Just the Way You Are"
What a wonderful album - just clarinet and guitar! I wish it would go on forever - Charlie
Anonymous on Tuesday, 07 August, 2007
Great Blog! Parabéns! Com respeito ao Phill Woods & Irio de Palma duo é pena que não estaja completo pois o B-zl contem as utimos tunes do A-zl :-( Nem portanto repito: great Blog Regards from Germany
Anonymous on Friday, 14 September, 2007
Boy this is a wonderful site. Are there two more numbers 9 and 10 available on this record that are not currently posted.
Thank you for checking, and thank you for the music.