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Gilberto Gil (also commonly referred to as Gilberto Gil (Frevo Rasgado) to differentiate it from Gil's other self-titled releases) is the second studio album by Gilberto Gil, originally released in early 1968. The album features a blending of traditional Brazilian styles such as samba and bossa nova with American rock and roll. It also mixes Rogério Duprat's orchestral arrangements with the electric guitars of Brazilian rock group Os Mutantes.
The Astrud Gilberto Album is the debut studio album by Astrud Gilberto. It was released via Verve Records in 1965. It peaked at number 41 on the Billboard 200 chart. In 2017, NPR placed it at number 73 on the "150 Greatest Albums Made by Women" list. Astrud Gilberto – vocals. Antônio Carlos Jobim – vocals (on track 2), guitar (on track 2). João Gilberto – guitar. Joe Mondragon – double bass. Bud Shank – alto saxophone, flute. Stu Williamson – trumpet. Milt Bernhart – trombone.
Album: Luar, Gilberto Gil em Concerto. Gilberto Gil: best 2 tracks. A Cor Do Som, Gilberto Gil - Gosto do Prazer Gosto do Prazer, 1987 04:09. Gilberto Gil - Vamos Fugir Raça Humana, 1984 04:49. Artist: Gilberto Gil.
His 1964 album Getz/Gilberto with America saxophone player Stan Getz sold millions of copies, won several Grammy awards and popularised bossa nova around the world. It was João Gilberto, the greatest genius of Brazilian music, who was the definitive influence on my music, singer Gal Costa wrote on social media. He will be missed but his legacy is very important to Brazil and to the world. Journalist and bossa nova scholar Ruy Castro called the death of Gilberto a monumental loss.
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Gilberto Gil chronology. A gente precisa ver o luar (1981). Brasil is a 1981 album by Brazilian artist João Gilberto, featuring Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil and Maria Bethânia Track listing.
But The Astrud Gilberto Album was at least as good as Getz/Gilberto (despite what jazz fans say), for several reasons. The Brazilian repertoire plays particularly well to traditionally weak vocalists, her voice was yet more sweet than had been heard previously, and as before, the record featured two strong leaders - arranger Marty Paich and the incomparable Antonio Carlos Jobim.
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