Hotmosphere (LP, Album). OJCCD-977-2, 2310-777. Hotmosphere (CD, Album, RE, RM). Original Jazz Classics, Pablo Records. Hotmosphere (LP, Album).
By: Dom Um Romao (1976, Jazz). Batucada Seculo 21 by Dom Um Romao. Dom Um Romao by Dom Um Romao. Guitar Mambo, Blue Bolero by Dom Um Romao. View all albums . Hotmosphere. By: Dom Um Romao (1976, Jazz).
Dom Um Romão (3 August 1925 – 27 July 2005) was a Brazilian jazz drummer and percussionist. Noted for his expressive stylings with the fusion band Weather Report, Romão recorded with varied artists such as Cannonball Adderley, Paul Simon, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Jorge Ben, Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 and Tony Bennett. He died in Rio de Janeiro shortly after suffering a stroke
While Romao is the titular leader, his role on this 1976 release is more of an ensemble member than featured artist. It's Célia Vaz's arrangements for a crack lineup of session players that are the main interest. The high points are the four or five arrangements that gracefully interweave the horns with the sensuously pulsing voices of Sivuca, Julie Janeiro, and Gloria Oliveira.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017. Dom Um Romao - 1976 - Hotmosphere. Dom Um Romao 1976 Hotmosphere. While Romao is the titular leader, his role on this 1976 release is more of an ensemble member than featured artist.
DOM UM ROMÃO - Hotmosphere. Filed under Latin Jazz By DOM UM ROMÃO. Pablo Records – 2310 777 (Brazil). Thanks to snobb for the addition. Hotmosphere Ojc 1998. DOM UM ROMAO Hotmosphere JAPAN PROMO LP PABLO MTF 1055. 1 day. Dom um romao hotmosphere pablo records 2310-777 USA 1976 promo MM/vg+. HOTMOSPHERE Vinyl LP Album DOM UM ROMAO Brazilian Jazz Drums RCA 1976.
Duration: 40:51 Year: 1998 ? Dom Um Romao albums.
Dom Um Romão became a professional in the lat. .In 1958, he participated in the bossa nova initial milestone, Elizeth Cardoso's album Canção do Amor Demais. In 1961, Romão played with Sérgio Mendes in his Brazilian Jazz Sextet, which performed in the South American Jazz Festival (Uruguay). In 1962, with Sérgio's Bossa Rio Sextet, he participated in the Bossa Nova Festival at the Carnegie Hall. With Cannonball Aderley, he recorded Cannonball's Bossa-nova (Riverside). With the Copa Trio, he performed in the historic bossa nova show O Fino da Bossa, at the Teatro Paramount (1964).
|A1||Escravos De Jo||4:03|
|A5||Pra Que Chorar||4:40|
|B1||Amor Em Jacuma||5:25|
|B5||Chovendo Na Roseira||3:14|
- Acoustic Guitar – Ricardo Peixoto, Sivuca
- Backing Vocals – Célia Vaz, Glória Oliveira, Julie Janiero, Sivuca
- Bass [Acoustic] – Ron Carter
- Bass [Electric] – Juan (Tito) Russo
- Cello – Pat Dixon, Ulysses Kirksey
- Clarinet – Lou Del Gatto*, Mauricio Smith
- Congas – Steve Kroon
- Drums – Dom Um Romao
- Flugelhorn – Alan Rubin, Claudio Roditi
- Flute – Lou Del Gatto*, Mauricio Smith
- Percussion – Steve Kroon
- Piano – Dom Salvador
- Producer – Dom Um Romao
- Saxophone – Ronnie Cuber, Sonny Fortune
- Saxophone [Soprano] – Mauricio Smith
- Trombone – Jack Jeffries*, Tom Malone
- Trumpet – Alan Rubin, Claudio Roditi
NotesManufactured and printed in the Philippines by DYNA PRODUCTS, INC, under license from POLYDOR INTERNATIONAL GmbH - West Germany
Track B5 misspelled as CHGVENDO NA ROSEIRA
|2310 777||Dom Um Romao||Hotmosphere (LP, Album)||Pablo Records||2310 777||Brazil||1976|
|S10-777||Dom Um Romao||Hotmosphere (8-Trk, Album)||Pablo Records||S10-777||USA & Canada||1976|
|2310 777||Dom Um Romao||Hotmosphere (LP, Album)||Pablo Records||2310 777||France||1976|
|OJCCD-977-2, 2310-777||Dom Um Romao||Hotmosphere (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Pablo Records||OJCCD-977-2, 2310-777||US||1998|
|2310-777||Dom Um Romao||Hotmosphere (LP, Album)||Pablo Records||2310-777||US||1976|