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Charlie Byrd with Orchestra - More Brazilian Byrd (1967)

Originalmente postado no Loronix em 26 de fevereiro 2007.

Comentários originais incluídos

Charlie Byrd and this Amazing cover at Loronix, just on top of my place. zecalouro would have a cardiac arrest with this thing in the real life. Parrots sometimes have problems with Macaws. Charlie Byrd seems to be a great friend of birds, in spite of Brazilian Byrd cover with Charlie Byrd smoking in front of a Macaw, bad example, Mr. Byrd. Thanks a million Caetano to make my day and the day of a thousand of Loronixers.

This is Charlie Byrd with Orchestra - More Brazilian Byrd (1967), for Columbia. Charlie Bird is an artist that deserves a special place; he was of a great help to introduce the music from Brazil for the mass United States audiences in the 60's. This record is really captivating, subtle, gentle played and very sophisticated with the orchestral arrangements by Tom Newsom. Caetano endorses this album, which is amazingly out of print, to every Loronixer. I do the same and Mr. D&C also agrees.

Tracks include:

01 - One Note Samba
02 - Weekend in Guaruja
03 - Little Boat
04 - Pretty Butterfly
05 - Berimbau
06 - Agua de Beber
07 - Jequibau
08 - How Insensitive
09 - Esperando o Sol
10 - Felicidade
11 - Foi a Saudade

6 Reply to "Charlie Byrd with Orchestra - More Brazilian Byrd (1967)"

bossanovadreamer on Tuesday, 27 February, 2007
Really nice- I always wanted to listen to this album since I have Caetano's book- very nice from you Caetano-you surprise every day with fine albums
a very fine cover,too-
Best wishes

zamurozien on Saturday, 10 March, 2007
WOW, the cover seems to be the triumph of Lorozilla over the Tokio-Rio city. Amazing! :-)
Thanks zeca, in Jazz no bird compares to Byrd.

victor ovando on Friday, 28 September, 2007
I listened this record probably during the mid 60's and never saw it again since then; I was looking for a particular song, Jequibau, and now that I found it would like to buy it; can u tell me how or where? Thanx

zecalouro on Friday, 28 September, 2007
By definition, the music available at Loronix is not available commercially. If your will is to have a copy of the original vinyl issue, I suggest that you try e-bay to get a used copy or any other on-line auction site.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
Regards, zeca

Olavo di Txada on Thursday, 22 May, 2008
It took Bud Shank 20 years to pick up the quality of Brazilliance 1. Brazilville is the real followup to the original Brazilliance. This is an acoustic rhythm trio headed by co-leader Charlie Byrd that perfectly compliments the genius of Bud Shank's alto sax. It's a masterpiece that was 20 years in the making.

Olavo di Txada on Thursday, 22 May, 2008
Well, I commented on Brazilville, meaning that you should check out that one, as well..

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