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Equinox Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import

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  • CD (22 avril 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN : B0000631D2
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Titre Durée Prix
  1. Constant Rain 3:16EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  2. Cinnamon And Clove 2:23EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  3. Watch What Happens 2:47EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  4. For Me 3:21EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  5. Bim-Bom (Album Version) 1:52EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  6. Night And Day 3:06EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  7. Triste 2:07EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  8. Gente 1:52EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  9. Wave 2:16EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
10. So Danco Samba (Jazz N Samba) 1:58EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 

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  1. Constant Rain (Chove Chuva)
  2. Cinnamon And Clove
  3. Watch What Happens
  4. For Me
  5. Bim-Bom
  6. Night And Day
  7. Triste
  8. Gente
  9. Wave
  10. Só Danco Samba

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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 14 mai 2003
Format: CD
(Re)-Découvrez tout la suavité des voix, les rythmes bossa et les audaces harmoniques dans ce disque indispensable de Sergio Mendès !
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28 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Classic Mendes 17 novembre 2005
Par Thomas L. Bennett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Mendes and his highly talented ensembles continue to make magic these many decades after their initial recording sessions.

The group was born in an era rife with musical competition. The same year Brazil'66 debuted, the Beatle releases Revolver, the Beach Boys unveiled Pet Sounds and a young guitarist named Hendrix was beginning to create a legend.

But Mendes, an already-established jazz performer (and outstanding arranger), picked his mark.

He sought the middle ground between pop and jazz, wrapped it in the rhythms of old Brazil and plucked two extremely fine vocalists (Karen Phillip and Lani Hall) from seemingly nowhere and inducted them into his troupe.

The result was a highly distinctive sound characterized by rich smooth harmonies and a pulsating Latin undercurrent.

The group's music creates an ambiance filled with sophisticated romantic notions and breezy rhythms.

Looking back, Brazil'66 is one of the few groups to really stand the test of time. They could have been recorded yesterday and their performances are as fresh and new as they were almost four decades ago.

Equinox is a case in point and probably their best album.

Porter's Night and Day is given a treatment it truly deserves and Jobim's Wave has never been delivered with such elegance and eloquence.

It's a short album, in total running less than half-an-hour, but its brevity is disproportionate to its quality.

The music, the songs and the arrangements still create an undeniable magic that is both unique and highly accessible.

FIVE STARS for the Swinger from Rio and his musical co-conspirators.
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Music from the past, for the present! 4 juillet 2004
Par aurileo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I just found this CD with its "special packaging" and had to buy it - I had "Equinox" on vinyl as a kid (when it first came out in 1967), and (no surprise) it sounds just as great today. Sergio Mendes' musical concept was seen as somewhat adventurous at the time, and maybe it was, but it was also deceptively simple: put a Brazilian beat and feel to some high-quality pop tunes and standards, add in some authentic high-quality Brazilian tunes, polish the musical arrangements, get some GREAT singers and players to perform them, and voila! The first two Brasil '66 albums ("Equinox" is the second) were both bona-fide masterpieces. The re-mastering on "Equinox" sounds great - in fact the only possible complaint I could have is that the CD is too short! (It's exactly the original LP length though, so I really can't complain)
I really love the songs here - my favorites are "Constant Rain", complete with harpsichord and sitar (both staple instruments of 1967 pop); the gentle but insistent "Cinnamon And Clove"; the two Jobim songs "Triste" and "Wave", both of which have beautiful vocal arrangements; and "For Me", which is sort of reminiscent of "Something's Coming" from "West Side Story", but with its own cool tempo and groove changes - and dig the piano improv on the fadeout! Mendes is a truly distinctive pianist, and Lani Hall is a breathtaking singer. The other band members - Bob Matthews, Jose Soares, Joao Palma and Janis Hansen - are top-notch as well. This is one of those CD's that will always make you feel good when you put it on - I haven't been able to stop playing it since I bought it! I highly recommend "Equinox".
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Incredible music, but packaging and timing isn't 18 août 2006
Par Howard Wexler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
When listening to this CD, I thought of the Irving Berlin quote that great music should be 1/3 melody, 1/3 harmony, 1/3 rhythm. This CD meets that rigorous standard.

Many of us have heard these melodies before. Watch What Happens was a hit for Lena Horne, of all people. Night and Day was from a Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers movie. Wave, Triste, So Danco Samba are all standards.

But Mendes and crew put a wonderful touch to these songs. Incredible arrangements, solid musicianship. There is melody, harmony and rhythm.

However, CD runs less than 30 minutes, packing as noted in other reviews is awful. This could have easily been combined with another CD.

The 5 stars is for the music.
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My Dad always talked about Sergio & Brasil 66... 11 mars 2005
Par Hepcat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
However it wasn't until a friend of mine, told me she loved thier music, and that all thier albums are great. So I decided to try this one because it had a lot of classic jazz brazil standards on it, like Watch What Happens(who I've heard Lena Horne sing), and Night & Day. Well this version of Night & Day is really swank, and it swings, and is a little campy at the same time, this is bossa nova jazz, but it's really light due to the soft speken vocals by Mendes, Lani Hall and the band. Exellent jazz/pop lounge music from the 60's...
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Who says time machines don't exist... 14 juillet 2002
Par Jason A. Levine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
From the fade-in of the first track, 'Chove Chuva', you're immediately transported to another time. Electric Harpsichord and Electric Sitar carry the opening melody - and then - THOSE VOCALS!
Alright, musically, it's a triumph, and as echoed in some of the other reviews, without a doubt the best effort by Sergio and Brasil '66. Each track is a reminder that at some point in time, this music was beyond 'Jazz Mod' as the liner notes state - it was Jazz-Mod-Retro-Psychedelic Cool, even then, and it still is.
Now for the not-so-great things about this release. LENGTH. At just over 25 minutes, you feel cheated. Granted, this is the 'original' release; no bonus tracks, no extended versions, but it's just over simply too quickly.
Next: Packaging. I have several of these 'LP Recreation' releases; two King Crimson remasters and a Japaneses Miles Davis "On The Corner". It's supposed to be hip that they've recreated the LP sleeve, with faithful renditions of the front and back covers...but again, this ISN'T an LP; it's 1/6 the size, the once readable text is now hard to see, and frankly, it doesn't fit nicely with all the other guys in my CD holder. Fortunately, this particular pressing will only be available until May 2005; perhaps then we'll be given a regular jewel case with some decent liner notes.
And a final note: REMASTERING. I completely disagree with the other review. The sound is brilliant, with tape hiss left intact, and EQed ever so subtly. If you listen to a recent issue of Chove Chuva from one of Verve's Reissue Compilation CDs, you can hear that this version was obviously from a different (and superior) master tape. If you like the dry, hiss-free, pumped-up-volume sound of some of the earlier 90s reissues, you probably won't dig this. But as an engineer, I can honestly say that this was well done, and a faithful rendition of the original LP. In fact, it actually sounds as if the last track (One Note Samba) may actually have been transferred from vinyl instead of tape - don't know for certain, but it still grooves, and it's forever Jazz-Mod-Cool.
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