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(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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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Cold, No I Won't Believe Your Heart Is Cold. . . Maybe Just Afraid To Be Broken Again. . ." 2 juillet 2006
Par Rebecca*rhapsodyinblue* - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
After watching Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 40th Anniversary concert last Sunday at the Hollywood Bowl, I'm still in the mood for more Sergio Mendes music. I've been listening to all of his remarkable and my all-time favorite CDs and I'm enjoying every minute of it. I could listen to his music for hours and hours without tiring!

This album, produced by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss of A & M Records in 1967, is one of my absolute favorites from my collection. The impressive track listing consists of the liveliest Bossa Nova rhythms so typical of Sergio Mendes arrangements. He has made a name for himself in the music world and is one of the pioneers of Bossa Nova and has created and arranged the kind of music that is so endearing not only to my ears but also to his myriad fans. All his arrangements and interpretations are so splendid and his female vocalists, Lani Hall and Janis Hansen, deliver quite well. They have the most beautiful and lovely voices and they sing with feelings and emotions as evident to the lovely tracks such as two of Antonio Carlos Jobim's compositions, "Wave" and "Triste," Cole Porter's "Night and Day," Johnny Mandel/Alan & Marilyn Bergman's "Cinnamon and Clove," Paolo Sergio Valle and Marcos Valle's "Gente," and Jorge Ben's "Constant Rain" (Chove Chuva).

The beauty of this recording is not only attributed to Sergio Mendes' perfectly wonderful arrangements, his piano playing and his vocals on some of the tracks, but also the combined talents of John Pisano (guitar), Bob Matthews (bass/vocals), Jose Soares (percussion/vocals), João Palma (drums/vocals), Lani Hall and Janis Hansen (vocals).

My number one favorite from this collection is a beautiful song melody-wise and lyric-wise, composed by Michel Legrand and Norman Gimbel, "Watch What Happens."

"Let someone start believing in you
Let him hold out his hand
Let him touch you and watch what happens

When someone who can look in your eyes
And see into your heart
Let him find you and watch what happens

Cold, no I won't believe your heart is cold
Maybe just afraid to be broken again
Let someone with a deep love to give
Give that deep love to you
And what magic you'll see."
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Still Great After all These Years! 23 décembre 2012
Par Michael Kanarish - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a great companion piece to "Herb Alpert Presents Sergio Mendez & Brasil'66". I have owned both since they came out in vinyl. Lani Hall's voice is unsurpassed. The group's harmonies are very tight. Percussion and Latin rhythms only add to the experience. My favorites are "Watch What Happens" and "For Me".

My gripes are not with the quality of the music; rather they are with the actual product which is offered. As others have said, the so-called "special packaging" is nothing more than a cardboard sleeve. So, the wording is very misleading, as it suggests one is getting something special. Really? There are NO liner notes, there is NO jewel case, NO bonus tracks. What's so special? The packaging certainly does not warrant or justify charging extra than a normal CD, which would at least come with a jewel case. The only reason I bought this is because I love the group's music, and I wanted to update from vinyl (which I still own).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Yes, this IS their best! 20 janvier 2007
Par NJ2toU - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Family friends introduced me to this album in the early '70's when I was in my early teens and I fell in love with it immediately. I wore that album out listening to it and eventually had to replace it. I even had it on an 8 track tape!! That thing was awful, but that didn't stop me from playing it. LOL!

I don't know what it is about this album, but every song is just... fabulous. The vocals, the melodies, the arrangements, they're all terrific and memorable.

After my turntable broke I never replaced it and I lost the cassette I made of the album. Over the past several years I forgot about this album, as it wasn't on cd then. While searching for something online the other day something made me think of it and I looked to see if it was downloadable. Then I thought, wait, let me see if it ever came out on cd and to my surprise and happiness it had! I ordered it and I can't wait for it to get here. Listening to the little snippets online leave me longing for more, for the real thing.

Yeah, it's short. Oh well, that's how the album was. Bonus tracks? A double cd? I don't know, that's not the album I remember, the album I want. I loved it just the way it was and will love it just the way it is when it FINALLY gets here. :-) I just wish I had discovered it again sooner!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic Mendes 18 février 2005
Par Thomas L. Bennett - Publié sur
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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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brasil '66's best album? 6 décembre 2003
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Maybe, and that's really saying something. After he founded Brasil '66, a number of critics and others accused him of selling out to the pop music market, but honestly, I think the mix in this album of jazz/pop/Brasilian music in this album is probably about 40/30/30. Mendes' plays a mean jazz piano, and his blocky piano chords sound like Vince Guaraldi backed by a bossa nova beat.
Everything on this album works. The songs are wonderful and well chosen. The arrangements sparkle. "Constant Rain" always makes me laugh because the lyrics are so sad while the delivery is upbeat and cheerful. On this album, Mendes temporarily dropped the Beatles' cover songs and instead chose Cole Porter "Night and Day" and Michel Legrand's "Watch What Happens." There's also a trio of Jobim songs including one of the first vocal versions of "Wave" (in Portugese) and some more obscure but equally fine Brazilian tunes.
As previous reviewers have said, the packaging is awful, and the cardboard case probably won't fit into your CD rack, but it shouldn't stop you from buying this album.
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