Antonio Carlos Jobim – Jobim (1972) 320 kbs


Antonio Carlos Jobim – Jobim (1972) [FLAC] {Verve 543381}

Review by Richard S. Ginell (allmusic.com)
Though this is one of the more obscure Jobim albums, it did introduce what some believe is Jobim’s masterpiece, the hypnotically revolving song “Aguas de Marco” (heard here in Portuguese and English versions). Mostly, however, the record lets listeners in on another side of Jobim, the Debussy/Villa-Lobos-inspired creator of moody instrumental tone poems for films and whatnot, with the instrumental colors filled in by Jobim’s old cohort, Claus Ogerman. This was supposed to be a breakthrough for Jobim, bursting out of the bossa nova idiom into uncharted territory, yet a lot of this often undeniably beautiful music merely treads over ground that Villa-Lobos explored long before (“Train to Cordisburgo” especially). In any case, Jobim would explore his serious muse with greater success later on.

Tracks
1. Aguas De Marco
2. Ana Luiza
3. Matita Pere
4. Tempo Do Mar
5. Mantiqueira Range
6. Themes From The Film Cronica Da Casa Assassinada Trem Para Crodisburgo
7. Um Rancho Nas Nuvens
8. Nuvens Douradas
9. Waters Of March (Aguas De Marco)

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3 Comments

  1. Mil gracias por poner este disco, saludos

  2. cant find link for this shame lovely album thanx anyway

  3. Sem Link

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