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Toots Thielemans – The Brasil Project Vol. 1 [1992]

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Toots Thielemans ‎– The Brasil Project 1992
Label:Private Music ‎– 01005-82120-2
Format:CD, Album
Pays:US
Date:1992
Genre:Jazz, Latin
Style:Bossanova, Easy Listening
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TRACKLIST
01 Começar De Novo 3:54

02 Obi 4:22
03 Felicia And Bianca 2:59
04 O Cantador 4:09
05 Joana Francesa 2:56
06 Coisa Feita 4:25
07 Preciso Aprender A Só Ser 3:17
08 Fruta Boa 5:41
09 Coração Vagabundo 4:27
10 Manhã De Carnaval 3:27
11 Casa Forte 3:37
12 Moments 2:35
13 Bluesette 9:39

LINEUP

Toots Thielmans – Harmonica
Dave Grusin – Piano
Lee Ritenour – Guitar
Brian Bromberg – Bass
Marc Johnson – Bass
Mark Isham – Trumpet
Ricardo Silveira – Guitar
Ivan Lins – Keyboards, vocals
Djavan – Guitars, vocals
Gilson Peranzzette – Keyboards
Jamil Joanes – Bass
Teo Lima – Drums
Cassio Duarte – Percussion
Mike Lang – Keyboards
Oscar Castro-Neves – Rhythm guitar
Chico Buarque – Vocals
Joao Bosco – Guitar, vocals
Nico Assumpcao – Bass
Milton Nascimento – Vocals
Caetano Veloso – Guitar, vocals
Luis Bonfa – Guitar
Edu Lobo – Guitar, vocals
Eliana Elias – Piano
Toots Thielemans virtually introduced the chromatic harmonica as a jazz instrument. In fact, beginning in the
mid-’50s, he never had a close competitor. Thielemans simply played the harmonica with the dexterity of a
saxophonist and even successfully traded off with the likes of Oscar Peterson.

Thielemans’ first instrument was the accordion, which he started when he was three. Although he started
playing the harmonica when he was 17, Thielemans’ original reputation was made as a guitarist who was
influenced by Django Reinhardt. Very much open to bop, Thielemans played in American GI clubs in Europe,
visited the U.S. for the first time in 1947, and shared the bandstand with Charlie Parker at the Paris Jazz
Festival of 1949. He toured Europe as a guitarist with the Benny Goodman Sextet in 1950, and the following
year moved to the U.S. During 1953-1959, Toots was a member of the George Shearing Quintet (mostly as a
guitarist) and freelanced for the remainder of his lengthy career in music.




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