Coleman Hawkins - Desafinado (Reissue) [LP] (Audiophile Clear Vinyl, limited to 500, import)


$ 25.98 


Originally released in 1962. '''Bossa Nova' is Rio de Janeiro slang for 'the new
wrinkle.' Basically, it is a blend of Afro-Brazilian samba and Afro-American jazz. It
wasn't until the late fifties that the jazz-inspired rhythmic freedom and melodic
spontaneity which Brazilian musicians were applying to their native music began
to attract the attention of visiting U.S. jazzmen. Some of them, fascinated by what
they had heard, began to play their versions of the bossa nova back home.
Nothing could be more fitting than a union of this newest of jazz trends with one
of the most durable of jazz masters: Coleman Hawkins.'' --from the original
liner notes; A numbered limited edition of 500 copies pressed on Audiophile Clear
Vinyl (ACV).

A1. Desafinado (Ant?nio Carlos Jobim)
A2. I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover (Jazz Samba) (Dixon-Woods)
A3. Samba Para Bean (Manny Albam)
A4. I Remember You (Schertzinger-Mercer)
B1. One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota So) (Mendonca-Jobim)
B2. O Pato (The Duck) (Jayme Silva, Neuza Teixeira)
B3. Um Abraco No Bonfa (An Embrace to Bonfa) (Jo?o Gilberto)
B4. Stumpy Bossa Nova (Coleman Hawkins)


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