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On December 11, 1994.

On December 11, 1994, “Sony” label released “Antônio Brasileiro”, the fifteenth Antônio Carlos Jobim album. It was recorded September 1993 – January 1994, and was produced by Paulo Jobim and Daniel Jobim. It was the first album released after his death in 1994.

Personnel:

  • Antônio Carlos Jobim – vocals, piano
  • Daniel Jobim – keyboards, mixing
  • Paulo Jobim – viola, mixing
  • Pedro Sá – guitar
  • Paulinho Braga – drums, percussion, tambourine
  • Ron Carter – bass
  • Tião Neto – bass
  • Jaques Morelenbaum – cello
  • Jorge Ranevsky – cello
  • Duduka Da Fonseca – percussion, tambourine
  • Danilo Caymmi – vocals, flute
  • Paulo Guimarães – flute
  • Sting- vocal
  • Maria Luiza Jobim – vocal
  • Dorival Caymmi- vocal
  • Maucha Adnet– vocal
  • Simone Caymmi – vocal
  • Elizabeth Jobim – vocal
  • Paula Morelenbaum – vocal
  • Antonio José Augusto – horn, trumpet
  • Márcio Montarroyos – flugelhorn, trumpet
  • Raul de Souza – trombone
  • Bernardo Bessler, Michel Bessler, Joao Daltro de Almeida, Aizik Geller, Walter Hack, Pascoal Perrotta, Alfredo Vidal – violin
  • Luiz Guilherme d’Orey, Marcos Sabóia – engineer, mixing
  • Jorge “Gordo” Guimaraes, Guilherme Reis, Sérgio Rocha, Chris Tergesen – engineer
  • Geraldo Tavares – mixing
  • Ana Lontra Jobim – art direction, photography

Track listing:

  1. Só Danço Samba – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes
  2. Piano Na Mangueira – Chico Buarque, Antônio Carlos Jobim
  3. How Insensitive – Norman Gimbel, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes
  4. Querida – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  5. Surfboard – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  6. Samba de Maria Luiza – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  7. Forever Green – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Paulo Jobim
  8. Maracangalha – Dorival Caymmi
  9. Maricotinha – Dorival Caymmi
  10. Pato Preto – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  11. Meu Amigo Radamés – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  12. Blue Train (Trem Azul) – Ronaldo Bastos, Lô Borges, Antônio Carlos Jobim
  13. Radamés Y Pelé – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  14. Chora Coração – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes
  15. Trem de Ferro – Manuel Bandeira, Antônio Carlos Jobim
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On September 19, 2006.

On September 19, 2006, “Verve” label released “From This Moment On”, the ninth Diana Krall studio album. It was recorded in 2006, at “Capitol Studios” in Hollywood, and was produced by Diana Krall and Tommy LiPuma.

Personnel:

  • Diana Krall– vocals, piano; arrangements
  • Gil Castellanos, Terell Stafford– trumpet
  • Gerald Clayton, Tamir Hendelman– piano
  • Jeff Clayton– alto and soprano saxophone
  • Anthony Wilson – acoustic and electric guitar
  • Rickey Woodard – tenor saxophone
  • John Clayton– bass, arrangements, conducting
  • Ira Nepus – trombone
  • Jeff Hamilton– drums
  • The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra
  • Rick Fernandez, Dan Johnson, Joe Napolitano, Bill Smith, Paul Smith – assistant engineering
  • Steve Genewick – Pro Toolsengineering, recording
  • Al Schmitt– mixing, recording
  • Doug Sax, Sangwook Nam – mastering
  • Hollis King – art direction
  • Coco Shinomiya – design
  • Sam Taylor-Wood– back cover photography
  • Bruce Weber– photography

Track listing:

  1. It Could Happen to You – Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke
  2. Isn’t This a Lovely Day – Irving Berlin
  3. How Insensitive – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Norman Gimbel
  4. Exactly Like You – Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
  5. From This Moment On – Cole Porter
  6. I Was Doing All Right – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  7. Little Blue Girl – Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  8. Day In Day Out – Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer
  9. Willow Weep for Me – Ann Ronell
  10. Come Dance With Me – Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn
  11. It Was a Beautiful Day in August / You Can Depend on Me – Ray Brown, Charles Carpenter, Louis Dunlap, Earl Hines

 

In March 1964.

In March 1964, “Verve” label released “Getz/Gilberto”,album by Stan Getz and João Gilberto.It was recorded in March 1963, at “A&R Recording Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Creed Taylor. The artwork was by artist Olga Albizu. In 1965, “Getz/Gilberto” received “Grammy Awards” for “Best Jazz Instrumental Album”, “Individual or Group and Best Engineered Recording – Non-Classical;” and “Album of the Year”. It is considered to be the album that popularized bossa nova worldwide. In 2012, “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 447 on its list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”.

Personnel:

  • Stan Getz– tenor saxophone
  • João Gilberto– vocals, guitar
  • Antônio Carlos Jobim– piano
  • Astrud Gilberto – vocals
  • Sebastião Neto – double bass
  • Milton Banana– drums, pandeiro

Track listing:

  1. The Girl from Ipanema – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Norman Gimbel
  2. Doralice – Antônio Almeida, Dorival Caymmi
  3. Para Machucar Meu Coração – Ary Barroso
  4. Desafinado – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendonça
  5. Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars) – Antônio Carlos Jobim
  6. Só Danço Samba – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes
  7. O Grande Amor – Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes
  8. Vivo Sonhando – Antônio Carlos Jobim

 

 

In November 1966.

In November 1966, “A&M” label released “S.R.O.” (Standing Room Only), the seventh Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass’ album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss.

Personnel:

  • Herb Alpert – band leader, arranger,
  • Nick Ceroli – drums
  • Bob Edmondson – trombone
  • Tonni Kalash – trumpet
  • Lou Pagani – piano
  • John Pisano– guitar
  • Pat Senatore– bass
  • Julius Wechter – marimba, vibes
  • George Jerman – photography

Track listing:

  1. Our Day Will Come – Mort Garson, Bob Hilliard
  2. Mexican Road Race – Sol Lake
  3. I Will Wait for You – Michel Legrand, Jacques Demy, Norman Gimbel
  4. Bean Bag – John Pisano, Julius Wechter, Herb Alpert
  5. The Wall Street Rag – Ervan Coleman
  6. The Work Song – Nat Adderley, Oscar Brown, Jr.
  7. Mame – Jerry Herman
  8. Blue Sunday – Julius Wechter
  9. Don’t Go Breaking My Heart – Burt Bacharach, Hal David
  10. For Carlos – John Pisano, Nick Ceroli, Herb Alpert
  11. Freight Train Joe – John Pisano
  12. Flamingo – Ted Grouya, Edmond Anderson

In October 1972.

In October 1972, “Philips” label released “The Moviegoer”, the seventh Scott Walker studio album. It was recorded in 1972, and was produced by Johnny Franz.

Personnel:

  • Scott Walker– vocals
  • Peter J. Olliff – engineering
  • Robert Cornford – orchestra director

Track listing:

  1. This Way Mary (Theme from Mary, Queen of Scots) – John Barry, Don Black
  2. Speak Softly Love (Love theme from The Godfather) – Nino Rota
  3. Glory Road (Theme from U.S.A.) – Neil Diamond
  4. That Night (Theme from The Fox) – Lalo Schifrin, Norman Gimbel
  5. The Summer Knows” (Theme from Summer of ’42) – Michel Legrand, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman
  6. The Ballad of Sacco and Vanzetti (Here’s to You) (Theme from Sacco and Vanzetti) – Joan Baez, Ennio Morricone
  7. A Face in the Crowd – (Theme from Le Mans) – Bergman, Michel Legrand
  8. Joe Hill (Theme from The Ballad of Joe Hill) – Stefan Grossman
  9. Loss Of Love (Theme from Sunflower) – Henry Mancini, Bob Merrill
  10. All His Children (Theme from Never Give an Inch) – Henry Mancini, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman
  11. Come Saturday Morning (Theme from Pookie) – Fred Karlin, Dory Previn
  12. Easy Come Easy Go (Theme from They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?) – Johnny Green, Edward Heyman

In August 1975.

In August 1975, “A&M” label released “Mellow Madness”, the twenty – fifth Quincy Jones album. It was recorded in 1975, at “Record Plant” and “Westlake Audio” and was produced by Quincy Jones.

Personnel:

  • Quincy Jones- arranger, keyboards, trumpet, vocals, background vocals
  • Toots Thielemans- guitar, harmonica
  • Dave Grusin, Don Grusin, Mike Melvoin, Jerry Peters– keyboards
  • Ian Underwood– synthesizer
  • Louis Johnson, Max Bennett, Chuck Rainey– bass
  • Grady Tate, Harvey Mason– drums
  • Wah Wah Watson, George Johnson, Dennis Budimir – guitar
  • Ralph MacDonald- conga, drums, percussion
  • Hubert Laws– flute
  • Tommy Morgan – harmonica
  • Ernie Krivda, Sahib Shihab– saxophone
  • Bill Lamb, Chuck Findley, Tom Bahler – trumpet
  • Frank Rosolino- trombone, trumpet
  • George Bohanon– trombone
  • Jerome Richardson– wind
  • Minnie Riperton, Leon Ware, Jesse Kirkland, Myrna Matthews, Paulette McWilliams, Joseph Greene, Jim Gilstrap, Paulette Williams, Carolyn Willis, Watts Prophets, George Johnson – vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Quincy Jones, except where noted.

  1. Is It Love That We’re Missing? – George Johnson, Debbie Smith
  2. Paranoid
  3. Mellow Madness – Tom Bahler, Al Ciner, Quincy Jones, Paulette McWilliams
  4. Beautiful Black Girl – Quincy Jones, Otis Smith
  5. Listen (What It Is)
  6. Just a Little Taste of Me
  7. My Cherie Amour – Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy, Stevie Wonder
  8. Tryin’ to Find Out About You
  9. Cry Baby
  10. Bluesette – Norman Gimbel, Toots Thielemans

On August 1, 1973.

On August 1, 1973, “Atlantic” label released “Killing Me Softly”, the fifth Roberta Flack album. It was recorded 1972 – 1973, and was produced by Joel Dorn. “Killing Me Softly” won the 1974 “Grammy Award for Record of the Year”. In 2006, the album was certified 2 x Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Roberta Flack – arranger, piano, vocals
  • Deodato– conductor, string arrangements
  • William Eaton – brass arrangement
  • Alfred Ellis – brass arrangement, conductor
  • Kermit Moore – arranger, cello
  • Don Sebesky– conductor, horn arrangements, string arrangements
  • Eric Gale– guitar
  • Ron Carter– bass
  • Grady Tate– drums
  • Ralph MacDonald– congas, percussion, tambourine
  • Bob Liftin, Gene Paul– engineer
  • Barry Diament – mastering
  • Rod Dyer – design
  • Burt Goldblatt – photography
  • David Redfern – inside photo
  • Jack Shaw – associate producer

Track listing:

  1. Killing Me Softly with His Song – Charles Fox, Norman Gimbel
  2. Jesse – Janis Ian
  3. No Tears (In the End) – Ralph MacDonald, William Salter
  4. I’m the Girl – James Alan Shelton
  5. River – Gene McDaniels
  6. Conversation Love – Terry Plumeri, Bill Seighman
  7. When You Smile – Ralph MacDonald, William Salter
  8. Suzanne – Leonard Cohen