Friday, September 9, 2011

Herbie Mann - Latin Fever


Year : 1964
Label : Atlantic
Genre : Jazz, Latin Jazz
Style : Bossa Nova, Afro Cuban Jazz

Recorded between New York and Rio De Janeiro by one of the most wellknown jazz flutist. His music incorporates many cultures from Africa to Latin America. Herbie Mann had among his sidemen future jazz superstars musicians as Willie Bobo, Chick Corea or Roy Ayers. It features some best Brazilian musicians of the period, Baden Powell, Durval Ferreira, Paulo Moura, Pedro Paulo, Sergio Mendes & Antonio Carlos Jobim. During the New York sessions, the line-up include Bill Suyker, Paul Griffin, Rudy Collins, Clark Terry & Ernie Royal. Titles include jazz standard, Harlem Nocturne,  Fever, Bossa Nova cover How Insensitive by Antonio Carlos Jobim, The Golden Striker by John Lewis from The Modern Jazz Quartet, Sergio Mendes' Groovy Samba.

Herbie Mann_flute
Baden Powell, Durval Ferreira & Bill Suyker_guitar 
Sergio Mendes & Antonio Carlos Jobim_piano
Paul Griffin_piano, organ
Rudy Collins_drums
Paulo Moura_alto saxophone
Pedro Paulo_trumpet 
Clark Terry & Ernie Royal_trumpet, flugelhorn

01. Harlem Nocturne
02. Fever
03. Not Now-Later On
04. The Golden Striker
05. How Insensitive
06. You Came a Long Way from St.Louis
07. Batida Differente
08. Nana
09. Groovy Samba

10. Influenza de Jazz

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