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Luiz Bonfa - Luiz Bonfa Plays and Sings Bossa Nova (1963)

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Luiz Bonfa - Luiz Bonfa Plays and Sings Bossa Nova (1963)

Luiz Bonfa - Luiz Bonfa Plays and Sings Bossa Nova (1963)
Jazz, Bossa Nova | EAC rip (FLAC+CUE+LOG) | 227 MB | full scans
Verve | 35:46 | RAR with 5% recovery


EAC extraction logfile from 17. July 2010, 7:17

Luis Bonfá / Luis Bonfá Plays And Sings Bossa Nova

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Sometimes a recording is more than just beautiful music. There are albums in my collection who (which) I seriously consider my friends. These are the ones I hung out with every day for countless months or years, and, when I listen to them again, they remind be of a certain emotion of those days. These are the albums that last a lifetime. "Composer of Black Orpheus plays and sings Bossa Nova" is one of these albums, and one of my best friends. Luiz Bonfa is a fantastic musician - a fact revealed in this album. As the title suggests, Luiz Bonfa both plays and sings for this recording - a rare treat for any Bossa Nova fan. But this is not for a select few; everybody who hears this album likes this album. It's simply beautiful music that you can listen to any time. On a sunny day, Bonfa's unrivaled guitaring (complimented by funky Brasilian percussion, Jobim-esque piano, the pure tones of Maria Toledo, and occasional, unobtrusive strings) will convince you that you've arrived in 60s Rio. During winter, Bonfa's warm, unpretentious singing is the perfect pick-me-up. These days it seems to be so hard to find classically trained guitarists sensitive to melody and timbre; and it is equally as hard to find jazz musicians who aren't tempted to play every note in the scale available to them (and sometimes those notes that aren't available). But, while he crosses over both realms, Luiz Bonfa is neither classical guitarist, nor jazz player. In "Composer…" there are some of the most wonderful melodies ever created, the themes expounded beautifully without ever being repetitious. In all of Bonfa's albums, it seems there is a different version of his most famous composition "Manha De Carnaval". This album contains one of the best, displaying Bonfa's incredible gifts in reworking a theme until it becomes perfection. The sixth track, "Silencio Do Amor" is one of the greates songs in existence; so finely balanced between the early verses, in which we hear Bonfa's gentle singing, and the later verses when only his guitar is heard. Really, all tracks on "Composer…" are beyond easy description. Only the greatest poets could express what one feels when listening to this music. There is something magical in Luiz Bonfa, something that translates only to the heart and that tingly area which is what, I suppose, they call a "soul". - from Amazon.com

Tracks:
1. Samba De Duas Notas (Two Note Samba) (Luiz Bonfa) 2:47
2. Vem So (Come Here, My Love) (Luiz Bonfa) 2:00
3. Sambalamento (Luiz Bonfa/Maria Helena Toledo) 2:21
4. Tristeza (Brazilian Blues) (Luiz Bonfa/Maria Helena Toledo) 3:05
5. Manha De Carnaval (Morning of the Carnival) (Luiz Bonfa) 3:22
6. Silencio Do Amor (The Silence of Love) (Luiz Bonfa/Maria Helena Toledo) 2:10
7. Domingo A Noite (Sunday Night) (Luiz Bonfa/Maria Helena Toledo) 2:02
8. Ilha De Coral (Coral Island) (Luiz Bonfa) 3:24
9. Adeus (Goodbye) (Luiz Bonfa) 3:25
10. Quebra Mar (The Sea Wall) (Luiz Bonfa) 2:29
11. Amor Que Acabou (The End of Love) (Chico Feitosa/Luis Fernando Freire) 2:06
12. Chora Tua Tristeza (Cry Your Blues Away) (Oscar Castro-Neves/Luvercy Fiorini) 3:07
13. Bossa Nova Cha Cha (Luiz Bonfa) 3:21

Personnel:
Luiz Bonfa (Guitar and Vocal)
Iko Castro-Neves (Double Bass)
Roberto Pontes-Dias (Drums and Percussion)
Oscar Castro-Neves (Guitar, Piano and Organ) - 1-4,6
Maria Helena Toledo (Vocals) - 4,6,7,9,11
Leo Wright (Flute) - 5,8,13
Lalo Schifrin (Arranger) - 5,8,9,13

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