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Wave (Antônio Carlos Jobim album). Wave is the fifth studio album by Brazilian jazz musician Antônio Carlos Jobim, released in 1967 on A&M Records. Recorded in the US with American musicians, it peaked at number 114 on the Billboard 200 chart, as well as number 5 on the Jazz Albums chart. Wave includes an ensemble of elite jazz musicians, including trombonists Urbie Green and Jimmy Cleveland, flautist Jerome Richardson, and bassist Ron Carter.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from A Certain Mr. Jobim (2002) by Antônio Carlos Jobim. BPM Profile A Certain Mr. Jobim. Album starts at 116BPM, ends at 134BPM (+18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Antônio Carlos Jobim.
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Remast ed. Import, Remastered, Digipack. Jobim Recorded this album immediately after finishing another recording session with Frank Sinatra called; "Francis Albert Sinatra, Antonio Carlos Jobim" a definite 5 star album. In "A certain Mr. Jobim" ACJ delivers a perfect relaxing Bossa Nova Brazilian Jazz album with himself on vocals; A Spine chilling romantic recording that deserves a good glass of wine and a relaxing romantic evening. Not his best recording but well worth being in everyone's Bossa Nova music collection.
This album has had a somewhat confusing release history, appearing as it did amid a flurry of activity by Jobim (including his work with Frank Sinatra) and bouncing between several labels since its first release in 1967. Made up of instrumentals as well as songs (all of the latter in English), it was a superb showcase for the melodic aspect of Jobim's art, though the material, like so much of Jobim's work during his explosive first decade of international recognition, represented something of a work in progress, a fact borne out by the subsequent reworking of the stunning