Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall - Bossa Antigua album
Title: Bossa Antigua
Style: Bossa Nova, Cool Jazz
Date of release: 2013
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Liner Notes – Alain Tercinet, Paul Desmond. Producer – George Avakian. Reissue Producer – Daniel Baumgarten. Remastered By – Jean-Pierre Chalbos. Recorded in RCA Victor's Studio A, New York City, on June 14, 1963 (track 9), on July 28 (1, 4 & 10), July 29 (2, 6 & 8), July 30 (7 & 11) and on August 20 (3 & 5), 1964. Tracks 1 to 8 original LP issue: Bossa Antigua RCA Victor LPM/LSP-3320 Tracks 9, 10 & 11: bonus tracks, not on original LP. (P) 1964 BMG Music (1 to 8) (P) 1997 BMG Music (9 to 11) (C) 2000 BMG France.
Easy Living is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond featuring performances recorded between 1963 and 1965 which were released on the RCA Victor label.
More albums from Paul Desmond: Bridge Over Troubled Water by Paul Desmond. Desmond Blue by Paul Desmond. At Wilshire-Ebell by Paul Desmond. Summertime by Paul Desmond. Jazz At The Blackhawk by Paul Desmond. Gerry Mulligan – Paul Desmond Quartet by Paul Desmond. I Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 40 by Paul Desmond. Paul and Dave – Jazz Interwoven by Paul Desmond. 2. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes.
In the universe of jazz, Desmond's and Hall's interpretations are all par excellence and like other exceptional heavenly events.
After Stan Getz, Paul Desmond was the saxophonist with the strongest affinity for bossa nova. Desmond, who enjoyed verbal puns, came up with this LP's title to let people know that Rio's "new beat" had suddenly made him a part of the "old" jazz wave (he also exchanges Rio's Ipanema with . C's tough thoroughfares on "The Girl From East 9th Street"). Desmond and guitarist Jim Hall playing with different all-star rhythm sections? You can't lose.
Singer: Paul Desmond Album's name: Bossa Antigua Label: RCA Records – PG-26, RCA Records – JNL1-8388 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Reissue Country: Japan Date of released: 1976 Category: Jazz Style: Bossa Nova, Cool Jazz. Paul Desmond - Bossa Antigua MP3 version. 1360 downloads at 15 mb/s. Paul Desmond - Bossa Antigua FLAC version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s.
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|2||The Night Has A Thousand Eyes||4:41|
|6||A Ship Without A Sail||6:08|
|8||The Girl From East 9th Street||5:53|
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Japan International Inc.
- Liner Notes – Paul Desmond
NotesOriginal Album Notes, written by Paul Desmond:
It's me, Paul Desmond, rapidly aging sax player with the Brubeck Quartet, sometimes called the John P. Marquand of the alto, and again playing hookey from the mother lode with the same group of sturdy compatriots that made TAKE TEN such a joy to record. On bass is the jovial presence of Eugene Wright, without whom the entire Brubeck operation would grind to a halt in a matter of hours. On drums, the master time-keeper of the Modern Jazz Quartet, Connie Kay -- who, if he didn't exist, would be much too perfect ever to be imagined by anyone. And on guitar, the redoubtable (that means the first time you hear it you don't believe it, and when you hear it again later you still don't believe it) Jim Hall.
The term bossa antigua (it means, or at least it should, "old thing," as opposed to "new thing") began as a slightly rueful play on words because by the time I got around to doing a few bossa nova tunes on TAKE TEN it was several years after the first flash from Brazil and couldn't properly be called a new thing any more. This album carries the term a step further, in that the rhythm on several tracks is a sort of skeletal bossa nova with various old-timey flavors added. ALIANCA, for instance, has Jim Hall functioning as the only accredited Brazilian delegate, accompanied by routinely impeccable Connie Kay shtick and a nice comfortable New York 2 from Eugene Wright. A SHIP WITHOUT A SAIL and THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES contain other variations, ranging from Early Calumet City Strip to a subliminal fraelich. (If any of you feel creative out there, you could get together some rainy night and figure out an Old Thing dance to go along.)
The tunes, except for SHIP and NIGHT, are mostly originals. O GATO was written by Jim Hall's friend Jane Herbert, and it's as charming as she is, which is saying a lot. The others are tunes I wrote. One is based on a minor adaptation of a melody indigenous to early American coffee houses, a few are extensions of themes that have been wandering through my head recently, and the one called CURACAO DOLOROSO is a sort of three-stage operation. Originally I'd wanted to do HEARTACHES, because it seemed so incongruous and because the original record of it had something of the same neolithic connection to bossa nova as early marching bands had to Gerry Mulligan. I wrote a different set of changes for it and we tried it, and it was so horrible that George Avakian emerged from the control room in the middle of the first take, waving his arms and shuddering. (This is a musical milestone of sorts, since George usually smiles serenely thru the most disastrous takes imaginable, hoping that something good will somehow happen and he'll be able to splice it in later. I think the only other time he walked out in the middle of a take, the studio was on fire.) So on a later date we used the chords and avoided the melody, which is what you're supposed to do in jazz anyhow, come to think of it, and it worked out nicely. (Since it's a different melody and a different set of chords, the writers of HEARTACHES won't be around looking for royalties -- but if they ever feel like dropping by for a drink, I'm usually home between 4 and 6.)
As always, George Avakian masterminded the entire operation effortlessly, even with a telephone more or less permanently installed in one ear. (There was one point, I must admit, when the only way I could get his attention was to go out to the phone booth and call him.) I don't know how the phone calls worked out, but I love the album.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 547366 198201
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|LSP-3320||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall - Bossa Antigua (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-3320||US||1965|
|BVCJ-37219||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall - Bossa Antigua (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||RCA||BVCJ-37219||Japan||2001|
|NL-43094||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall - Bossa Antigua (LP, Album, Ort)||RCA International (Camden)||NL-43094||Netherlands||1979|
|PG-26, JNL1-8388||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall||Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall - Bossa Antigua (LP, Album, RE)||RCA Records, RCA Records||PG-26, JNL1-8388||Japan||1976|
|LPM-3320||Paul Desmond||Bossa Antigua (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-3320||US||1965|