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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (14 juillet 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN : B00JKTFR1E
  • Autres versions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The girl from ipanema
  2. Doralice
  3. Para machuchar meu coracao
  4. Desafinado
  5. Corcovado
  6. Só danço samba
  7. O grande amor
  8. Vivo sohando - Antonio Carlos Jobim
  9. The girl from ipanema
  10. Doralice
  11. Para machuchar meu coracao
  12. Desafinado
  13. Corcovado (quiet nights of quiet stars)
  14. Só danço samba
  15. O grande amor
  16. Vivo sohando - Antonio Carlos Jobim
  17. The girl from ipanema
  18. Corcovado (quiet nights of quiet stars)

Descriptions du produit

Descriptions du produit

Stereo remaster AND for the first time on CD in MONO + 2 bonus tracks! Hugely influential 1963 album, includes Astrud Gilberto singing the alltime classic 'The Girl from Ipanema'.

Critique

La question reste posée : ces deux musiciens ont-ils eu conscience, à l’entrée en studio, du maelström qu’allait déchaîner cet enregistrement et du succès commercial qui allait en résulter ? En tout état de cause, la rencontre entre Stan Getz et João Gilberto (sans naturellement oublier le compositeur – et ici, en pianiste minimaliste – Antonio Carlos Jobim) reste positivement miraculeuse.   Le contexte n’était pourtant pas favorable, avec, depuis Jazz Samba, album du guitariste Charlie Byrd et de Stan Getz sorti l’année précédente, une saturation du marché, engorgé d’une multitude de productions de même nature. Mais Gilberto et Jobim sont les vrais innovateurs – et rénovateurs – du genre et Getz reste un maître à son pupitre. Ils vont tous trois transformer la bossa nova en élément vital du jazz et enregistrer avec « The Girl From Ipanema » l’un des 45 tours les plus vendus dans le monde dans ce genre de musique.   En outre, la collection de chansons retenues a toutes les apparences d’un catalogue de standards : « The Girl From Ipanema », encore, salue les débuts comme chanteuse de l’épouse du maestro, cette Astrud Gilberto qui n’avait jamais jusque là jamais chanté que dans sa cuisine. De nouvelles versions de « Corcovado » ou de « Desafinado » complètent le menu, tendrement déchiré entre la voix sensuelle de João Gilberto et le chant plus que suave et velouté de Stan Getz, qui n’a jamais été aussi lyrique, prodigieux saxophoniste qu’on a surnommé The Sound (« le Son »). Et on s’en voudra d’omettre « O Grande Amor », autre composition commune de Antonio Carlos Jobim et Vinicius de Moraes, et autre sommet du disque.   La subtilité, le riche foisonnement des chansons sont exposés dans un style chaleureux, tout en confidence. Chef d’œuvre absolu du jazz et de la bossa nova, Getz/Gilberto atteint en 1964 la seconde position des classements d’albums… pop. Les millions de copies écoulés en font le disque de jazz le plus vendu au monde. Au-delà de considérations commerciales, il reste évidemment un incontournable de toute discothèque raisonnée.   - Copyright 2016 Music Story


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HASH(0x983f7150) étoiles sur 5 Immortal Recording 50 Year Rerelease 27 juin 2014
Par William Britton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a 50th anniversary remaster/reissue of the immortal Getz/Gilberto. Including the original recording, which was made in March 1963 and released June of 1964. There is the original stereo version, a monaural version and the single, where Mr. Gilberto's portuguese portion of the famoso "Girl..." was edited out, except for one note he sings along with Astrud.

This recording is often classified as Bossa Nova -- but it is better thought of as a "miracle" one-of-a-kind recording. With the Brazilian composer, Antonio Carlos Jobim on piano. Both Getz and Jobim have passed on. Joao is now 83 and Astrud is 74 years old. (Supporting cast includes: Sebastian Neto, bass and Milton Banana, drums.)

These recordings are the real "time machine." Fortunately, we live in an age of recorded music no other century has enjoyed. And in this case, we are able to go back to an A & R recording studio on a Monday evening in 1963 where these musicians created a recording that will never die.

Impossible to underestimate the magic of this recording. Nothing before or since has the intimacy and heavenly vibe been created. I strongly recommend buying and listening, since this will not be happening again. A once-in-a-lifetime recording experience. Be glad you are alive to hear it.
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HASH(0x9773c444) étoiles sur 5 Finally mono mixes 2 juin 2014
Par James Seymour - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The big news here is that this edition contains the entire album in both stereo and mono. While the stereo tracks don't sound nearly as good as they do on either one of the SACD versions or the blu ray disc, the mono sounds superb and is a nice counterpoint to either of the higher resolution discs.
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HASH(0x97a3696c) étoiles sur 5 Verve Remaster Makes A Good Thing Even Better 10 mai 2016
Par G Morgan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the Verve 50th Anniversary edition, which has been remastered and includes both the stereo and mono versions of the original album plus two bonus tracks -- it should not be confused with any of the SACD or BluRay editions currently circulating on the web. There are many opinions about this and various other non-Verve remastered editions that have popped up over the past few years, but I'll confine my comments to this particular collection.

First, it should be noted that because this is Verve's reissue, I would guess that the best available source tape was used for this particular release. Do a bit of searching on the web, and you'll find plenty of claims of the existence of different master tapes -- an original 2 track stereo master that was supposedly retired in 1980 due to age and wear, a safety copy (one tape generation down from the original 2 track stereo master) that's been used since 1980, a "recently uncovered" 2 track master that has the stereo channels reversed from the original LP pressings,
and the actual 3 track multitrack master which would permit not only a remaster, but an actual remix of the songs (do we really want to DO that?). The notes enclosed with the CD, while copious, do not explicitly say which "master" was used, but the stereo imaging is identical to most known pressings of the LP, so this edition was likely taken from either the pre-1980 or post-1980 safety copy. Anecdotal evidence alludes to the original multitrack tapes having been either erased or destroyed, which I highly doubt. If these tapes ever do make an appearance, I would jump at the opportunity to pull a new issue from them. Until they do, this is what we have -- and it really isn't bad for a 50+ year old recording.

The first thing anyone familiar with the stereo LP will notice about this edition is that the bass just about tumbles out of the speakers onto the floor. It was (and still is) somewhat of a common practice when creating a disc master to roll back the lows in order to prevent distortion in the cutting groove. Too much bass in a overmodulated record groove can quite literally cause the needle to jump out of the groove entirely on playback. Remember the RIAA equalization curve? Yeah, that was what that was mostly about. Well, now that we're not limited on CD by such things, it's possible that now we're hearing bass response that was present at the session, although I think it's been bumped up by a bit. It's not quite mud, but it does walk right up to that line a few times. If your playback system includes a subwoofer, this recording will give it something to play with. Along similar lines, Getz's tenor sax gets a bit strident at times -- are we pushing certain frequencies in the remaster, or just getting the clarity that was there all along? It's hard to say, but someone at the mastering desk must've thought it was okay and let it go.

On the mono tracks, one hears something more akin to the LP pressing -- a rounded, gentle midrange, not too bright on the top and a bit lean on the bottom, which gives the impression of frequency cancellation more than anything else. Again, the question of which master tapes were used comes to mind -- presumably there were separate mono and stereo master mixes on separate tapes. Were both tapes available, or was the stereo master folded down to mono? If the latter is true, that would provide some explanation as to why the mono tracks sound as they do -- but why would Verve cut a very critical corner such as this if they had access to both masters? Was the mono master degraded? Missing? Damaged? Did someone pull a second generation safety copy and think that was good enough? Again, the notes tell us nothing about this.

Is this edition worth your time and money? Certainly. Will more critical listeners come away with questions and concerns about what they're hearing? Most likely, they will. I will say this: the stereo tracks in this collection are as good or better than other reissues of this album I've heard so far, excluding the mono cuts. That's probably where the value is in this disc -- and it will leave you wanting to hear more.
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HASH(0x9759c144) étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 27 janvier 2015
Par Vikki Davey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm with those who love the instrumental . It's gorgeous and you can sing you're
HASH(0x9778ba98) étoiles sur 5 So easy to listen to and so brilliant 27 mai 2016
Par Djsurrich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
So easy to listen to and so brilliant. A classic Jazz album with Bossa Nova rhythms, laid back, dreamy vocals and the smooth innovations of Stan Getz on saxophone and Antonio Carlos Jobim on piano. Includes arguably the best ever version of "The Girl From Ipanema. Jose Gilberto's vocals and those of his wife Astrud are warm and inviting.
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