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Jazz Bossa Nova: 1958-1962 Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Cool, Relaxed Music On Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition Double LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;At the end of the Fifties, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes and Jo & amp;#227;o Gilberto breathed a new sensitivity into the atmosphere of Rio de Janeiro: they introduced samba rhythms into the city's tristeza and felicidade. A new kind of music was born, one that bore a relationship to spleen, a kind of moody feeling, yet it showed glimmers of hope that mingled with a & quot;cool & quot; spirit relying on syncopated and relaxed rhythms. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; New winds began to blow over the music of Brazil. All that was needed were a few albums from Rio (such as Chega de Saudade by Joao Gilberto), the film Orfeo Negro directed by Marcel Camus (it received the Palme d'Or Award at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival), plus the curiosity of a dozen American jazz musicians, for Bossa Nova to become a music style that would completely dominate the first half of the Sixties. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; The sincerity of Brazil's music, of course, seemed eclipsed inside American arrangements whose subtleties were still hesitant in 1962, but the contribution of Bossa Nova to the jazz of that period could not be ignored. Jazz owes its richness to the vitality of the exchanges between its musicians, even if some people saw the Bossa Nova played in New York as taking a too northerly direction, or being too & quot;American & quot;. But listening to these four sides -- recorded in the space of just four years -- reveals how much those exchanges made jazz music even richer. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hand-Numbered, Limited Editon - 500 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Booklet with all details from the recording sessions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A - Rio Original Bossa Nova: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Nosso Amor (Joao Gilberto) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Barquinho (Maysa) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Feiticaria (Johnny Alf) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Chega de Saudade (Elizeth Cardoso) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Manha de Carnaval (Elizeth Cardoso, Luis Bonf & amp;#224;) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Medita & amp;#231;ao (Maysa) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;A Felicidade (Agostinho dos Santos) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B - Jazz Bossa Nova Around The World: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Recado Bossa Nova (Zoot Sims & amp; His Orchestra) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Groovy Samba (Herbie Mann with Sergio Mendes & amp; Bossa Rio) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Desafinado (Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Copacabana (Klaus Doldinger) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;One Note Samba (Sergio Mendes Sextet) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side C - Jazz Bossa Nova: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Clouds (Cannonball Adderley & amp; the Bossa Rio Sextet) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Carioca Hills (Bud Shank, Laurindo Almeida) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bossa Nova Cha Cha (Luiz Bonf & amp;#224;) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Medita & amp;#231;ao (Walter Wanderley Group) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Corcovado (Cannonball Adderley & amp; the Bossa Rio Sextet) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side D - Jazz Bossa Nova: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Felicidade (Bob Brookmeyer) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Se e Tarde me Perdoa (Quincy Jones & amp; his Orchestra) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Insensatez (Lalo Schifrin) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Medita & amp;#231;ao (Cal Tjader) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Canacao Para Geralda (Ramsey Lewis Trio) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Masters of Jazz
Jazz Bossa Nova: 1958-1962 Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
Duke Ellington 1928-1962: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;All The Duke You Could Ever Need On Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition - 500 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Born in the 19th century, Duke Ellington moved through the 20th either initiating or accompanying every modern phase that traversed the world of jazz. He began appearing at the Cotton Club in 1927, and went on to become no doubt one of that century's major jazz figures, recognized by both his peers and an audience that was immense. From the New Orleans style to the big bands of the swing era, from Swing itself to Bebop, and from the & quot;Cool & quot; to the modern jazz of Coltrane and Mingus, he composed and played with peerless musicians and made the transformation of jazz immortal, all in the course of a career lasting fifty years. His own orchestra made each phase tangible, and he composed a huge number of pieces for them. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;To those talents he added another: that of revealing, bringing to full bloom and giving new visibility to many, many musicians: Bubber Miley, Johnny Hodges, Cootie Williams, Rex Stewart, Ray Nance, Joe Nanton, Cat Anderson, Billy Strayhorn... The list goes on. The four sides of this album - covering the period 1928-1962 - illustrate not only the path of the composer and the career of the conductor, pianist and bandleader; they also show the evolution of jazz throughout fifty years. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hand-Numbered, Limited To 500 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Complete discography and the recording sessions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A - From Jungle To Big Band: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Mooche & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jungle Jamboree & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I'm Checking Out Go'om Bye & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The C Jam Blues & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Caravan & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Tenderly & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B - Duke At The Piano: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kinda Dukish & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Montevideo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Solitude & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cong-Go & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blues For Jerry & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;In A Sentimental Mood & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side C - Duke's Orchestra: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Duet & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Duke's Place & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fat Mouth & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Night Stick & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Caravan & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side D - New Directions: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Such Sweet Thunder & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Half The Fun & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Flirtibird & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Upper And Outest & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Money Jungle & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fleurette Africaine & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Masters of Jazz
Duke Ellington 1928-1962: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
Erroll Garner 1947-1956: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Self-Taught Jazz Phenom On Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition - 500 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Erroll Garner was a phenomenon. Entirely self-taught, he couldn't read music and was only three years old when he first immersed himself in the world of the piano. No matter whether you saw him or heard him at one with the piano, the only word to describe it was osmosis. What on earth could this phenomenon be? He could play as if totally absorbed, or else appear to be quite absent, all the time wearing an innocent smile that made you think he was from another world. By turns inhabited - by an irresistible swing or by some tune so sweet it seemed drawn from the depths of unfathomable feelings - he would murmur melodies to himself and always display the greatest happiness to be playing. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;Garner was the composer of & quot;Misty & quot; (1954), and his album Concert By The Sea (1955) was an enormous bestseller. He is still one of the most popular jazz pianists ever, with an audience way beyond the closed circle of jazz. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hand-Numbered, Limited To 500 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Booklet with details from the recording sessions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Summertime - January 3, 1952 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Play, Piano, Play - January 11, 1951 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Petite Waltz Bounce - October 7, 1950 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Erroll's Bounce - April 22, 1947 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Penthouse Serenade - January 11, 1951 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Man I Love - June 20, 1949 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cool Blues - February 19, 1947 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;How Deep Is The Ocean - 1947 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Misty - July 27, 1954 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I've Got To Be A Rug Cutter - July 27, 1954 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;In A Mellow Tone - July 27, 1954 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I'll Remember April - September 19, 1955 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side C: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;It's Alright With Me - September 19, 1955 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Caravan - February 27, 1953 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Once In A While - February 27, 1953 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Moonglow - June 7, 1956 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side D: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lullaby Of Birdland - February 27, 1953 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blue Ecstasy - February 27, 1953 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Cheek-To-Cheek - February 27, 1953 & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Masters of Jazz
Erroll Garner 1947-1956: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
Nina Simone 1957-1962: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;One Of The Greatest Of Her Time On Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition 2LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Nina Simone was an exceptional artist. She was gifted with a precocious talent and she played music at home and in church. Nina originally counted on becoming the first black female classical pianist; her plans were thwarted and that frustration no doubt permeated almost her entire career. Yet she became a diva capable of combining the jazz world with those of the classics and soul, and among other titles she recorded are some of the most vibrant and moving performances of & quot;Wild Is The Wind & quot; or & quot;You Can Have Him, I Don't Want Him & quot;. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;She was one of the greatest artists of her time, and her fervour and rigorous demands concerning the quality of her music took her to the highest summits, whether in her compositions or in her vocal and piano performances. For all that, she never forgot her condition as a black woman in the America of the Sixties, and her active commitment to defending the rights of the black minority was exemplary - and at times even excessive, for which she was often reproached. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;She has left us some of the most beautiful chapters in jazz and soul music, among them the 23 titles that appear in this album. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Limited To 700 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Booklet with details from the recording sessions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;My Baby Just Cares For Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Love Me Or Leave Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Loves You Porgy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Little Girl Blue & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mood Indigo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Blue Prelude & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Stomping At The Savoy & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;You've Been Gone Too Long & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;That's Him Over There & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;He's Got The Whole World In His Hands & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;African Mailman & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side C: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Wild Is The Wind & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Other Woman & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Summertime & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Exactly Like You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I Don't Want Him, You Can Have Him & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Fine And Mellow & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side D: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Work Song & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Just Say I Love Him & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Something To Live For & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Can't Get Out Of This Mood & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Solitaire & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Masters of Jazz
Nina Simone 1957-1962: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
Louis Armstrong 1926-1968: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;The Best Of Satchmo On Hand-Numbered Limited Edition Double LP! & lt;br & gt; Limited To 700 Copies! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;One of the most important jazz musicians, Louis Armstrong belongs to those who transformed the local music scene born in the southern states of the United States - around New Orleans - into an international language. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;It was in the 1920s, in Chicago, that he recorded his first records with His Hot Five and His Hot Seven. His personality and his natural enthusiasm, combined with his talent as a trumpet player and singer, helped him pave his way to success. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;He traveled the United States with his orchestra throughout the 1930s and the 1940s, and appeared on television sets all around the world throughout the 1950s and the 1960s. In five decades, Armstrong's music had evolved into jazz music, then known as a familiar universal language, popular on five continents. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;The four sides of this double album revive the history of jazz, from & quot;Muskrat Ramble & quot; to & quot;Hello Dolly & quot;. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition - 700 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Booklet with all details from the recording sessions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A - Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five (1926-1928): & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Muskrat Ramble & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Oriental Strut & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Sweet Little Papa & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;West End Blues & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Basin Street Blues & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Beau Koo Jack & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;St James Infirmary & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B - Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra (1929-1938): & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;What Did I Do To Be So Black And Blue? & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;The Peanut Vendor & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I'm In The Mood For Love & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Solitude & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;On A Coconut Island & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;I'm Confessin' & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;When The Saints Go Marching In & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side C - Satchmo In The Forties (1939-1950): & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Perdido Street Blues & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Jeepers Creepers & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;You Rascal You & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Where The Blues Were Born In New Orleans & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Russian Lullaby & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side D - Louis In The Fifties (1950-1968): & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;C'est Si Bon & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;La Vie En Rose & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Kiss Of Fire & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Mack The Knife & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;What A Wonderful World & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hello Dolly & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Masters of Jazz
Louis Armstrong 1926-1968: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
Joao Gilberto 1958-1962: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Master Of Bossa Nova On Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition Double LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Jo & amp;#227;o Gilberto was born in 1931 in the state of Bahia in Brazil, where he learned to play the guitar. He began his singing career on radio in Rio de Janeiro, and in 1957 he met Antonio Carlos Jobim. It was a decisive encounter, because Jobim would give him the chance to accompany Elizeth Cardoso and write songs for her. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;A new spirit was taking hold in the bars and clubs of Rio, where Vinicius de Moraes, Tom Jobim, Dorival Caymmi, Elizeth Cardoso, Maysa and Baden Powell - and soon Jo & amp;#227;o Gilberto - were developing a new style that embraced the vibrations of a whole young generation of Brazilians. The name of this new life force was Bossa Nova, the name given to music that featured relaxed rhythms and mingled sadness with new hope. It was this newness that Jo & amp;#227;o incarnated right from his first album entitled Chega de Saudade (released in 1959). It was an immensely successful record, and its popularity spread far beyond Brazil. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt;In the USA, the Bossa Nova wave touched every musician in jazz, from Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd to Quincy Jones, Herbie Mann and others including Lalo Schifrin. The three albums that Jo & amp;#227;o Gilberto recorded between 1958 and 1962 formed the foundations of the style was later recognized throughout the world as Bossa Nova. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hand-Numbered, Limited Editon - 500 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Booklet with all details from the recording sessions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A - Chega de Saudade: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Chega de Saudade & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Lobo Bobo & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Brigas Nunca Mais & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;H & amp;#244;-ba-l & amp;#224;-l & amp;#224; & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Saudade Fez Um Samba & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Maria Nimguem & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Aos P & amp;#233;s Da Cruz & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Rosa Morena & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Morena Boca De Ouro & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bim Bom & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B - Chega de Saudade - Orfeo do Carnaval - O Amor, O Sorriso e a Flor: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Desafinado & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;E Luxo So & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Manha de Carnaval & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Nosso Amor & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;A Felicidade & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Samba de Uma Nota So & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Doralice & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;So Em Teus Bra & amp;#231;os & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Trevo de 4 Folhas & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Se e Tarde me Perdoa & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side C - O Amor, O Sorriso e a Flor: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Medita & amp;#231;ao & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Um Abra & amp;#231;o No Bonf & amp;#224; & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Pato & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Corcovado & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Discussao & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Amor Certinho & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Outra Vez & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bolinha de Papel & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Samba de Minha Terra & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Saudade da Bahia & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side D - The Boss of the Bossa Nova: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Barquinho & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Trenzinho (Trem de Ferro) & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Presente de Natal & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Insensatez & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Amor em Paz & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Coisa Mais Linda & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Voc & amp;#234; e eu & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;A Primeira Vez & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Este Seu Olhar & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Masters of Jazz
Joao Gilberto 1958-1962: The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
Stan Getz 1962 The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
& lt;header & gt; & lt;p & gt; & lt;strong & gt;Essential Music On Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition Double LP! & lt;/strong & gt; & lt;/p & gt; & lt;/header & gt; & lt;p & gt;Stan Getz was a genius of the tenor saxophone. He played alongside Jack Teagarden, his tutor (1943), Bob Brookmeyer (who saw in him & quot;the greatest instinct of any jazzman I ever met & quot;), Lou Levy, who showed no less praise in calling him & quot;The tenor's Jascha Heifetz & quot;), not to mention Stan Kenton (1944), Jimmy Dorsey or Benny Goodman, even before he joined the ranks of the & quot;Four Brothers & quot; sax section in Woody Herman's orchestra (1947). & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; Within two years, Getz had written Early Autumn (1948) and Long Island Sound (1949), which instantly made him a figurehead of Cool jazz. He succumbed to the temptations of illegal substances, and then redeemed himself by recording Focus for composer Eddie Sauter (1961), just as the Bossa Nova wave was breaking over the U.S. coast (cf. Bossa Nova and Joao Gilberto in the & quot;Masters of Jazz & quot; series.) Bossa's languid, syncopated rhythms would blend perfectly with the sensibilities of Getz: he never attempted to & quot;play Latin & quot;, but integrated the spirit and rhythm of this music from another world with his native lyricism, producing a form of Bossa Nova that bore his own elegant imprint. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;p & gt; The four sides of this album did much more than leave a mark on several generations of musicians: for decades, they cast a spell over audiences worldwide. & lt;/p & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;features & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Features & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;ul & gt; & lt;li & gt;Hand-Numbered, Limited Edition - 500 Copies & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Double LP & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Booklet with all details from the recording sessions & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ul & gt; & lt;/section & gt; & lt;section id= & quot;selections & quot; & gt; & lt;h3 & gt;Selections & lt;/h3 & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side A - Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd - Jazz Samba: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Desafinado & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Samba Dees Days & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;O Pato & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Samba Triste & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side B - Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd - Jazz Samba: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Samba De Uma Nota So & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;E Luxo So & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Baia & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side C - Stan Getz Big Band Bossa Nova: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Manha Do Carnaval & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Balanco No Samba & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Melancolico & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Entre Amigos & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;h4 & gt;Side D - Stan Getz Big Band Bossa Nova: & lt;/h4 & gt; & lt;ol & gt; & lt;li & gt;Chega De Saudade & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Noite Triste & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Samba De Uma Nota S & lt;/li & gt; & lt;li & gt;Bim Bom & lt;/li & gt; & lt;/ol & gt; & lt;/section & gt;
Masters of Jazz
Stan Getz 1962 The Essential Works Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 2LP (Vinyl)
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