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  • CD (25 juin 2013)
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Un album comme on ne sait plus les faire.
Dans une superbe version remastérisée haute définition.
Seul reproche : le programme, qui reprend celui du 33trs d'origine, est trop court... Quelques bonus auraient été les bienvenus...
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HASH(0x929fff18) étoiles sur 5 Almost perfect... 11 avril 2013
Par M. J. Pontillo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
We remaining fans of the Enoch Light catalog are all too aware of how few of the great Command and Project 3 albums have been released on CD. I was very excited to see some of the early Command LPs issued on CD by Varese Sarabande, but they appear to have come to a halt after only a handful of discs. So I was thrilled to see this new release from Sepia Records, whose catalog includes a number of neglected old chestnuts, and I'm very pleased that they've included some Light albums like this one among them.

This disc contains two complete albums. The first, "Big Band Bossa Nova," was originally released as Command RS 844 SD in 1962, and comprises tracks 1-12 of this CD.

While the Varese releases (I believe) were remastered from the original session master tapes, both the audio quality and the noted use of CEDAR audio restoration indicate to me that these tracks were sourced from copies of the vinyl LPs. While there are no detectable clicks, pops, or rumble, the noise reduction has resulted in a compressed sound, with a lot of loss at the high end. (Command albums were meticulously recorded and notable for their audio quality.) And track 12, "Take the 'A' Train" (the final track on side 2 of the LP) exhibits noticeable distortion, which may be a result of damage to the record from improper tonearm tracking (a few of my original Command LPs have this issue on the ending tracks).

Tracks 13-24 are from a subsequent album, "Let's Dance the Bossa Nova" (Command RS 851 SD, 1963). The audio quality on these tracks is considerably better than the first LP, which I attribute to their source vinyl being in better shape. This is a good thing, because I find this second album to be superior musically to the first, with some fabulous Lew Davies arrangements. It's the inclusion of this second album that makes this CD a worthwhile purchase.

Additionally, Sepia went to the trouble of including a booklet with images of both original album covers, musician credits, and a good portion of the original liner notes. Light pioneered the use of gatefold album covers with extensive notes, and the introductory liner notes for both albums are reproduced here. The original albums also contained detailed notes for each track, but I'll cut Sepia some slack for not including those in their entirety, which would have made for a pretty fat CD insert.

So, while I'm sorry that the tracks are remastered from vinyl, I'm very impressed with the care that went into this release. That and the fact that it actually exists and I'm playing it now, which is more than I can say for the vast majority of Command LPs. If only Sepia had access to those original master tapes, this would be perfect.
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HASH(0x92a0a108) étoiles sur 5 Get your ears and toes ready! 13 janvier 2014
Par Solarrdadd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Audio Achat vérifié
WoW! this is an incredible audio disc. Quincy Jones was the man back in the day, you want big band, you want swing, you want that Bossa Nova sound, you get it all here. the music has an incredibly large soundstage with great stereo seperation, every instrument is clearly defined. yes, the disc is 2.0 but that doesn't take away anything from this well mastered piece of classic audio at it's finest. the first track, well, that's for all us Austin Powers fan, it's the opening title to Austin Power....BABY, BEHAVE! you will find your toes tapping and you may on many occasions find yourself up dancing a cha-cha!
i love this kind of music so if you want some of the best in high resolution stereo in PCM, DTS-HD-MA or Dolby TrueHD in 2.0, this is the disc you want. i'm a proud owner, wish they make more of stuff like this. put it on at a party and your friends will love you for it. Run, don't walk to buy this one!
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HASH(0x92a0a0cc) étoiles sur 5 "Yeah, bay-beeee!" 7 juin 2013
Par Annie Van Auken - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle
Original 1962 MERCURY pressings of BIG BAND BOSSA NOVA (SR 60751/MG 20751) do not have the 11th track on this 2013 reissue ("A Taste of Honey").

The catchy album opener, a Quincy Jones original called "Soul Bossa Nova," gained new popularity 35 years after its release when the track was chosen as title music for Mike Myers' spy spoof, AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY (1997). "Boogie Bossa Nova" is a quick-tempoed rhythm driven cut with horns and reeds crosstalking. Great tenor sax solo here. Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Desafinado" is an instantly recognizable samba. Quincy's cover is top-notch. "Carnival" features flute and sax solos. This theme from BLACK ORPHEUS is a romantic change of pace for Quincy's guys.

"On the Street Where You Live" features an array of exotic percussion sounds as it nicely demonstrates the Bossa Nova technique: one percussionist plays slightly ahead of the rest, giving an urgency to the beat. "One Note Samba" is another classic Jobim tune. It translates nicely to big band jazz. "Lalo Bossa Nova" is an original by pianist Lalo Schifrin, an Argentine composer who went on to write the MISSION IMPOSSIBLE theme. According to liner notes, it was Lalo who "hipped" Jones to the Bossa Nova phenomenon. A woodblock sound drives this track and "One Note Samba." The original set-closer is an extra-length version of Jobim's "No More Blues" that allows for some fine improvs from the band.

Quincy Jones (conductor/arranger); Phil Woods (alto sax); Paul Gonsalves (tenor sax); Clark Terry (trumpet/flugelhorn); Roland Kirk (flute/alto flute); Jerome Richardson (flute/alto flute/winds); Lalo Schifrin (piano); Jim Hall (guitar); Chris White (bass); Rudy Collins (drums); Jack Del Rio (percussion); Carlos Gomez (percussion); Jose Paula (percussion)

[2:40] Soul Bossa Nova
[2:39] Boogie Bossa Nova
[2:52] Desafinado
[2:56] Black Orpheus (Manha de Carnaval)
[4:18] Se e Tarde Me Pardoa (Forgive Me If I'm Late)

[2:31] On the Street Where You Live
[1:59] Samba de Una Nota So (One Note Samba)
[3:10] Lalo Bossa Nova
[3:21] Serenata
[5:38] Chega de Saudade (No More Blues)
[2:53] A Taste of Honey

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HASH(0x92a0a6a8) étoiles sur 5 Bossa Nova? Yes, but ... 19 janvier 2013
Par Synergistic One - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The CD contains this statement: "While every effort has been made to eliminate the surface noise from the original recordings used for this issue, including use of the CEDAR audio noise reduction system, some slight surface noise may remain." I did not notice any surface noise (but I was not using headphones). The recording seems just fine.

There are 24 songs on this CD. I would identify only about half of them as Bossa Nova / Brazilian music. The other half are popular songs from that same time period (the 1960's). 12 of the songs are from an album called "Big Band Bossa Nova" and 12 of the songs are from an album called "Let's Dance the Bossa Nova".

All of the songs are arranged in the Bossa Nova style. 20 of the songs are shorter than 3 minutes; this as the result of them all being up-tempo.

The liner notes say that the band consists of 5 trumpets, 5 trombones, 5 woodwinds, 1 guitar, 3 percussion, and 1 drum. I recognized the names of a few of the musicians.

The music is "bright" with brass and percussion and has the pronounced stereo separation as is common for that era.

As a fan of Bossa Nova music, I will put this on the shelf and rarely play it again.

A producer of a TV commercial might find that one of these up-tempo tracks is just what they need to help sell their products.

This music would be good for (ballroom) dancing.
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HASH(0x92a0a45c) étoiles sur 5 Blast from the past 13 février 2014
Par Glen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Audio Achat vérifié
The performances and arrangements here are really exquisite. Great sound, although period-correct in terms of mix (it adds to the charm). I wish someone would record something similar today, so we could have a proper 5.1 experience. I am very happy to own this.
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