Originalmente postado no Loronix em 24 de Abril 2009.
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If you are reading this text just to realize if this record is good or not, take my advice and skip my writing going straight to the music at the link bellow. This is a fantastic album. Duncan Lamont is the name of the main performer.
I’m not versed on Jazz such many Loronixers, but I bet that this album and Duncan Lamont is unknown to many friends. I will be straightforward; it is not fair to drag you with my writing this time.
This is Duncan Lamont – Lo Mejor de La Bossa Nova (1970), for Pathe (Argentina). Duncan Lamont is not Argentinean and Caetano shows us the Argentinean edition of The Best of The Bossa Novas, originally issued by MFP in UK. Duncan Lamont was born in Scotland and is a renowned studio musician, played with almost everyone in show business. It is a pleasure to hear Duncan sax on this very solid album, but what amazes me most is the performance of the three bass players at the set, everything works fine with The Best of the Bossa Novas.
01 – Desafinado
02 – Un Hombre y una Mujer
03 – Sunny
04 – Meditacion
05 – Manana de Carnaval
06 – Insensatez
07 – La Chica de Ipanema
08 – Corcovado
09 – Samba de una Nota Sola
10 – La Sombra de tu Sonrisa
11 – Llamame
12 – Llevame voltando a la Luna
Mostro aqui não a versão Argentina que o zecalouro publicou no Loronix mas a versão inglesa da gravadora MFP (music for pleasure) com em seguida a capa e os nomes das musicas:
Comentário do Blog-a-roonie "Born in Greenock, Scotland. Played trumpet with Kenny Graham’s Afro Cubists changed to tenor sax became a jazz studio player. Played with almost everyone in show business. He has worked (often as a featured soloist) with Henry Mancini, Robert Farnon, Benny Goodman, Gil Evans, Bill Holman, Nelson Riddle, Peggy Lee, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Bing Crosby, Count Basie, Fred Astaire, Benny Carter, Mel Torme, Paul McCartney…"
02. A Man And A Woman
05. Manha De Carnaval
06. How Insensitive
B1. The Girl From Ipanema
B2. Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars
B3. One Note Samba
B4. The Shadow Of Your Smile
B5. Call Me
B6. Fly Me To The Moon
Wonderfuuuul album- great group with a fantastic leader on saxo-Paul Desmond and Stan Getz will be happy to see and hear this-(smile)beautiful melodic improvisation mhhmm.. I asked me what can top this album this weekend??
Perhaps only Caetano knows
Blog-a-roonie on Sunday, 11 March, 2007
Born in Greenock, Scotland. Played trumpet with Kenny Graham’s Afro Cubists changed to tenor sax became a jazz studio player. Played with almost everyone in show business. He has worked (often as a featured soloist) with Henry Mancini, Robert Farnon, Benny Goodman, Gil Evans, Bill Holman, Nelson Riddle, Peggy Lee, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Bing Crosby, Count Basie, Fred Astaire, Benny Carter, Mel Torme, Paul McCartney………….
Bossa Joe on Sunday, 11 March, 2007
very cool album, thanks!
Thomas on Sunday, 11 March, 2007
Superb! First, Roy Budd. Now, Duncan Lamont…what next, the Dudley Moore Trio? Thanks for another tasteful international LP. Awesome cover too. How about some bossa from Scandanavia & Japan?
Anonymous on Thursday, 17 April, 2008
Es posible reponer el link de Duncan Lamont – Lo Mejor de La Bossa Nova.