Cal Tjader Plays the Contemporary Music of Mexico and Brasil

Performers Cal Tjader

Verve | October 21, 2008 | Compact Disc

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Personnel: Cal Tjader (vibraphone); Clare Fischer (arranger, piano); Ardeen DeCamp (vocals); Gene Cipriano, Bernie Fleischer, Paul Horn, John Lowe, Don Shelton (flute, clarinet); Laurindo Almeida (guitar); Freddie Schreiber (bass); Johnny Rae (drums, timbales); Changuito (congas); Milt Holland (percussion).
Recorded in Hollywood, California from March 5-7, 1962. Originally released on Verve (8470).
Arranger: Clare Fischer.
Purists often decry the use of orchestral arrangements on jazz recordings, yet there are albums where the marriage of traditional jazz instrumentation and orchestral elements works quite nicely. CAL TJADER PLAYS THE CONTEMPORARY MUSIC OF MEXICO AND BRAZIL is one such album. Tjader's light, cool-toned vibraphone is complemented by flautist Paul Horn and conguero Mongo Santamaria, among other sidemen, as well as by tasteful woodwind arrangements by Clare Fisher. The result is groovy and light, a pleasing combination of south of the border tradition and dinner-jacket lounge music.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: October 21, 2008

Genre: Latin

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Verve

UPC: 602517823952

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Cal Tjader Plays the Contemporary Music of Mexico and Brasil

Performers Cal Tjader

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: October 21, 2008

Genre: Latin

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 1

Label Name: Verve

UPC: 602517823952


Title Track Time
1.Vai Querer --
2.Que Tristeza --
3.Meditacao --
4.Sone --
5.Se E Tarde, Me Perdoa --
6.Nao Diga Nada --
7.Silenciosa --
8.Elizete --
9.Imagen --
10.Tentacao Do Inconveniente --
11.Preciosa --
12.Choro E Batuque --

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Personnel: Cal Tjader (vibraphone); Clare Fischer (arranger, piano); Ardeen DeCamp (vocals); Gene Cipriano, Bernie Fleischer, Paul Horn, John Lowe, Don Shelton (flute, clarinet); Laurindo Almeida (guitar); Freddie Schreiber (bass); Johnny Rae (drums, timbales); Changuito (congas); Milt Holland (percussion).
Recorded in Hollywood, California from March 5-7, 1962. Originally released on Verve (8470).
Arranger: Clare Fischer.
Purists often decry the use of orchestral arrangements on jazz recordings, yet there are albums where the marriage of traditional jazz instrumentation and orchestral elements works quite nicely. CAL TJADER PLAYS THE CONTEMPORARY MUSIC OF MEXICO AND BRAZIL is one such album. Tjader's light, cool-toned vibraphone is complemented by flautist Paul Horn and conguero Mongo Santamaria, among other sidemen, as well as by tasteful woodwind arrangements by Clare Fisher. The result is groovy and light, a pleasing combination of south of the border tradition and dinner-jacket lounge music.
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