João Gilberto - João Gilberto En Mexico album flac
Title: João Gilberto En Mexico
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João Gilberto is a bossa nova album by João Gilberto, originally released in Brazil as a vinyl LP in 1973 and reissued on CD in 1988. João Gilberto released another album named João Gilberto in 1961, as well as several EPs with only his name as title. The minimal instrumentation – just Gilberto's guitar and voice, plus Sonny Carr's very sparse percussion – and the relentless beat give the album a hypnotic feel. The album's sound engineer was famous electronic music pioneer Wendy Carlos
João Gilberto – João Gilberto En México. Label: Philips – 848 426-2. Format: CD. Country: Brazil. 1. De Conversa En Conversa. Written By – Harold Barbosa, Lucio Alves. Written By – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius De Moraes. Written By – João Donato.
Redirected from João Gilberto en Mexico). João Gilberto en Mexico, (Also Ela é Carioca) is a 1970 album by João Gilberto. Purportedly, after living in the United States, where he recorded the landmark Getz/Gilberto, among other works, João stayed in Mexico for what ended up being two years, instead of an initially planned short visit. João Gilberto en Mexico is the assemblage he completed during his stay. De Conversa Em Conversa" (Lúcio Alves, Haroldo Barbosa).
Album by João Gilberto. MusicBrainz: João Gilberto en Mexico.
João Gilberto lived in the United States from 1962 until 1969, when he moved to Mexico for two years. There he recorded João Gilberto en México (1970). João Gilberto, aka the "White Album" (1973), featured hypnotic minimalist execution, limited to the singer, his guitar, and Sonny Carr on drums. 1976 saw the release of The Best of Two Worlds, a reunion with Stan Getz, featuring singer Miúcha, (sister of Chico Buarque), who had become Gilberto's second wife in April 1965. The album João Gilberto released in 1970 is the same version as João Gilberto en Mexico in the same year but by different record companies. Live in Montreux from 1987 is the same version as the one released in 1986. The version in 1986 was released in Brasil whereas the 1987 one was released in USA.
There, he recorded João Gilberto en México (1970). João Gilberto (also known as 'the White Album' (1973), had a hypnotic minimalist execution, limited to the singer, his guitar, and Sonny Carr on drums. In 1976 came the release of The Best of Two Worlds, a reunion with Stan Getz, featuring singer Miúcha, (sister of Chico Buarque), who had become Gilberto's second wife in April 1965. Amoroso (1977) backed Gilberto with the lush string orchestration of Claus Ogerman, who had provided a similar sound to Jobim's instrumental recordings in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
João Gilberto en Mexico, (Also Ela é Carioca) is a 1970 album by João Gilberto. Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is a country in the southern portion of North America.
João Gilberto en México (1970). Album by João Gilberto. was sampled in. Sing by People Like Us (2011). is a cover of. Ela é Carioca by Os Cariocas (1963).
João Gilberto En Mexico (1970). João Gilberto In Tokyo (2004). João Gilberto Prado De Oliveira (1981). João Gilberto (Remastered 2016) (2016). João Gilberto - The Lugano Recordings Bossa Nova Collection (2015). Discography: João Gilberto.
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|A1||De Conversa En Conversa
Written By – Harold Barbosa, Lucio Alves
|A2||Ela E' Carioca
Written By – Antonio Carlos Jobim , Vinicius De Moraes
Written By – João Donato
Written By – Antonio Carlos Jobim , Billy Blanco
Written By – Harold Barbosa, Irving Berlin
Written By – João Gilberto
Written By – Agustín Lara
Written By – Marcos Vasconcellos, Pingarilho
Written By – João Gilberto
Written By – Consuelo Velázquez
Written By – Ernesto Lecuona
|LP 12-717||João Gilberto||João Gilberto En Mexico (LP, Album)||Orfeon||LP 12-717||Mexico||1970|
|50 1731/8||João Gilberto||Mr. Bossa Nova (Cass, Album)||Orfeon||50 1731/8||Spain||1978|
|848 426-2||João Gilberto||João Gilberto En México (CD)||Philips||848 426-2||Brazil||Unknown|
|OLP-5000, TCI 10.012||João Gilberto||João Gilberto En Mexico (LP, Album)||Tapecar, Orfeon||OLP-5000, TCI 10.012||Brazil||1970|
|199.055||João Gilberto||João Gilberto (LP, Mono)||Philips||199.055||Brazil||1970|