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domingo, 25 de dezembro de 2011

The Adventurers - Original Sound Track (1970)

Originalmente postado no Loronix em 25 de janeiro 2007.

Faz parte dos "48 Hours of Tom Jobim" no Loronix

Comentários originais incluídos


This is the great close of the first day of 48 Hours of Tom Jobim tribute. I hope you have enjoyed, just as I had a tremendous pleasure on making it with Caetano Rodrigues assistance. The idea was to show several different aspects of Antonio Carlos Jobim music, being of use for those who never had the chance to hear Jobim music and also for fans with unique Jobim's LP. Tomorrow we will have our second and last day, completely different from the first one. I will appreciate a lot if you provide feedback on this tribute, so we can make better plans for the remaining tributes that will be scheduled throughout 2007. Thanks!

This is The Adventurers - Original Sound Track (1970), for Paramount. The film is known as bellow standard, but the great highlight is the sound track with music by Antonio Carlos Jobim. A very hard to find LP sent by Caetano to our tribute.

The Adventurers landmarks the first recording of two important Jobim songs, Children's Game, changed to Chovendo na Roseira when got lyrics of Jobim and Dax & Amparo (Love Theme), changed to Olha Maria when lyrics from Vinicius de Moraes and Chico Buarque de Hollanda created the lyrics. The Adventurers is arranged and conducted by Eumir Deodato.

Tracks include:

01 - Main Title
02 - Children's Games
03 - Rome Montage
04 - Bolero
05 - Dax Rides
06 - Dax & Amparo (Love Theme)
07 - Corteguay (Deodato)
08 - The Long Trek
09 - Search For Amparo
10 - That Old Black Magic (Mercer/Arlen)
11 - Bitter Victory
12 - A Bed Of Flowers For Sue Ann

12 Reply to "The Adventurers - Original Sound Track (1970)"

Refer on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
Zeca, eu já havia comentado com v. sobre essa trilha sonora que por algum motivo costuma ser expurgada das discografias do maestro.
A trilha é boa, já o filme, se Bartozinho, meu gato, cheirar, joga terra em cima.

cisalpino on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
Some people say that this movie is horrible. I never seen it. But the soundtrack is marvelous, historical, as you said. Presenting some Jobim classics for the first time. Good job Caetano and Zeca...

the jazzman on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
I find it interesting that most movie books (Like Maltin) rate this movie as a "bomb". This happens to be one of our favorite movies. If you get a chance to see it be sure you do. We have this film in our VHS library and have watched it many times over the years.
Having the score is another thing. One more piece of music from Jobim is marvelous.
Thanks for all this wonderful Jobim, Zeca.

Pekis on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
Hello, Thanks a lot for this OST !
I think the track listing was erroneous
(I think you must add "12-El Lobo's Band" and move "12-A Bed of Flowers for Sue Ann" to track 13)

Then here is what I propose:

01 Main Title 2'33
02 Children's Games 1'49
03 Rome Montage 2'52
04 Bolero 1'49
05 Dax Rides 1'38
06 Dax & Amparo (Love Theme) 3'28
07 Corteguay 2'24
08 The Long Trek 3'29
09 Search For Amparo 3'16
10 That Old Black Magic 1'02
11 Bitter Victory 1'49
12 El Lobo's Band 2'03
13 A Bed Of Flowers For Sue Ann 1'06

But, never mind, all the 13 files are there in the zipped file, knowing that track 01 are 02 have been glued.

So you must rename the file

"01-Main Title" as "01-Main Title / 02-Children's Games"
"02-Children's Games" as "03-Rome Montage"

"11-Bitter Victory" as "12-El Lobo's Band"
"12-A Bed of Flowers for Sue Ann" as "13-A Bed of Flowers for Sue Ann"
I hope I didn't do mistakes myself :) ... Thanks a lot for your fantastic blog !
marcio79 on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
inacreditavel zeca, mas quem toca ai???

zamurozien on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
This tribute has been a great idea. It makes those two days a very special time to remember this incredible artist who composed and interpreted this music that makes us to have so intense moments.
I am very grateful to your effort, Caetano and Zeca, in doing this "memento". I support the idea that those great artists who constantly are found in the pages of Loronix, have their tribute day. The celebration of their birthday or the date when they passed away could be the best moment, in a similar way you have made with Jobim. They deserve it.
I suggest the next one would be Vinicius de Moraes. His birthday is on 19th of October (he would turn 94 this year), and he passed away 27 years ago on the 9th of July. There is not a "special" date like Jobim (90 years) but you can think about my suggestion. And, of course, next year will be the 50th aniversary of birth of Bossa Nova ...
Thank you, Caetano and Zeca. You are great.

Jim R on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
I'm so glad to be able to hear this Adventurers LP at last. It was one of the few items in the Jobim discography that I hadn't yet found (the only other that comes to mind is "The Little Prince"). The others offered here in the tribute (Orfeu da Conceicao, Manfredo Fest, Salena Jones, etc) are things I have on CD, but it's great to see them receiving more attention. The Carnegie Hall video was good to see again. Many thanks for this tribute to the great Jobim.
I want to also thank Pekis for the information concerning the mixed up tracks. Well done, Pekis, it would have taken me a long time to sort those tracks out. I had this problem with a few other items (Guio de Morais LP and the Sambaloucos LP) about a week ago and reported it to zeca. I hope that this "bug" will not be too difficult to fix.

Fuzzy Bear on Thursday, 25 January, 2007
Great idea!
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.
I would like to hear more live albums and rarities…
And thanks for the consistently posting superb music!
Fuzzy Bear

Zaius & Gizmo on Wednesday, 14 May, 2008
Thank you so much ! :)

Anonymous on Monday, 20 October, 2008
Can someone tell me what was the name of the song they used for the fashion show in New York? Thanks

Anonymous on Wednesday, 07 January, 2009
Can someone tell me what was the name of the song they used for the fashion show in New York? Thanks
I'd also like to know. Failing that, who is the singer?

Anonymous on Wednesday, 14 October, 2009
The singer is Roger "Chappo" Chapman. Lead singer in a band called "Family". Don't know the song's title though.

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