Jazz Samba Encore! is a bossa nova album by Stan Getz and Luiz Bonfá, released on the Verve label. It is bossa nova in a slower groove. It contains a mix of Jobim standards as well as originals from Bonfá. Performers also include Antonio Carlos Jobim and vocalist Maria Toledo, Bonfá's wife
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Ano/Year:2000 Selo/Label:Rare Groove Recordings Faixas/Tracks: 1–Roberto Menescal-Influência Do Jazz (Carlos Lyra)-00:00 2–Odell Brown & Th. .
But Jazz Samba is just as crucial and groundbreaking; after all, it came first, and in fact was the first full-fledged bossa nova album ever recorded by American jazz musicians. And it was just as commercially successful, topping the LP charts and producing its own pop chart hit single in "Desafinado.
Samba For Claudio (Album Version). The Colors Of Latin Jazz: Samba! 06:10. Samba All Day Long (Album Version). The Colors Of Latin Jazz: Samba! 06:17. 06. Pedra Bonita (Album Version). Trio Da Paz. The Colors Of Latin Jazz: Samba! 04:32. 07. Recado Bossa Nova (Album Version). The Colors Of Latin Jazz: Samba! 07:01. 08. Samba Cruz (Album Version). The Colors Of Latin Jazz: Samba! 05:50. 09. Frajola (Album Version). The Colors Of Latin Jazz: Samba! 04:16. The Colors Of Latin Jazz: Samba! 04:37. 11. Street Samba (Album Version).
Various – Jazz Samba. Label: Verve Records – 819 986-2. Universal M& L pressing of Various - Jazz Samba. Matrix, Runout (CD1): 00098 819 984-2 04 50971637.
Jazz Samba was the first major bossa-nova album on the American jazz scene. It was the real start of the bossa-nova excitement in America, which peaked in the mid-1960s. Though Stan Getz was the featured star of the album, it was very strongly inspired and designed by the guitarist Charlie Byrd.
Jazz Samba is a bossa nova album by Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd released by Verve Records in 1962. Jazz Samba signaled the beginning of the bossa nova craze in America. Stan Getz was the featured soloist and the tracks were arranged by Charlie Byrd, who had first heard bossa nova during a tour of Brazil in 1961. Getz and Byrd were accompanied by two bassists: Keter Betts and Joe Byrd, Charlie Byrd's brother who also played guitar.
|1-01||–Stan Getz & João Gilberto & Astrud Gilberto||The Girl From Ipanema|
|1-02||–Marcos Valle||The Answer|
|1-04||–Luiz Henrique||Vivo Sonhando|
|1-06||–Walter Wanderley||Beach Samba|
|1-07||–Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd||Desafinado|
|1-09||–Antonio Carlos Jobim||O Morro|
|1-11||–Luiz Bonfá||Ilha De Coral|
|1-13||–Antonio Carlos Jobim||Jazz Samba|
|1-14||–Luiz Henrique & Walter Wanderley||Florianopolis|
|1-15||–Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd||Samba Triste|
|1-16||–Luiz Bonfá||Samba De Duas Notas|
|1-17||–Astrud Gilberto||Let Go|
|1-18||–Stan Getz & João Gilberto||Doralice|
|2-03||–Astrud Gilberto||Bim Bom|
|2-04||–Antonio Carlos Jobim||Insensatez|
|2-05||–Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd||Samba De Uma Nota So|
|2-06||–Astrud Gilberto||The Sea Is My Soil|
|2-07||–Marcos Valle||If You Went Away|
|2-08||–Luiz Bonfá||Bossa Nova Cha Cha|
|2-09||–Stan Getz & João Gilberto||Para Manchchar Meu Coracao|
|2-10||–Walter Wanderley||Cried, Cried|
|2-11||–Luiz Henrique||Mas Que Nada|
|2-12||–João Gilberto||O Pato|
|2-13||–Stan Getz & Luiz Bonfá||Ebony Samba|
|2-15||–Bola Sete||Soul Samba|
|2-16||–Marcos Valle||It's Time To Sing|
|831 504-1||Various||Jazz Samba (3xLP, Comp)||Verve Records||831 504-1||Germany||1987|
|819 986-2||Various||Jazz Samba (2xCD, Comp)||Verve Records||819 986-2||Germany||2000|
|819 986-2||Various||Jazz Samba (2xCD, Comp)||Verve Records||819 986-2||Germany||Unknown|