LUIZ BONFÁ — Jacarandá (aka Todo o Nada)

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Album · 1973

Filed under World Fusion
By LUIZ BONFÁ

Tracklist

A1 Apache Talk 6:40
A2 Jacaranda 3:59
A3 Gentle Rain 5:45
A4 You Or Not To Be 2:30
A5 Strange Message 3:26
B1 Don Quixote 3:28
B2 Song Thoughts 3:23
B3 Danse V 5:43
B4 Empty Room 6:52
B5 Sun Flower 5:20

Line-up/Musicians

Acoustic Guitar – Luiz Bonfá
Arranged By, Conductor – Eumir Deodato
Bass – Mark Drury (tracks: A1, A2, B1)
Congas – Ray Barretto
Drums – Idris Muhammad, Richard O'Connell (tracks: A2)
Electric Bass – Stanley Clarke
Flute – Phil Bordner
Flute, Alto Saxophone – Jerry Dodgion
Flute, Bass Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Romeo Penque
French Horn – Jim Buffington, Peter Gordon
Guitar – John Tropea
Percussion – Airto
Piano, Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Eumir Deodato
Piano – John Wood (tracks: A2, A3)
Saxophone [Tenor] – Sonny Boyer
Vocals – Maria Toledo, Sonia Burnier
Cello – Alan Shulman, Charles McCracken, Gloria Lanzarone
Cello – George Ricci
Concertmaster, Violin – Harry Lookofsky
Trombone – Bill Watrous, Garnett Brown, Wayne Andre
Trombone [Bass] – Tony Studd
Trumpet – Burt Collins, John Frosk, Marky Markowitz
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Marvin Stamm, Randy Brecker
Viola – Emanuel Vardi, Harold Coletta
Viola – Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke
Violin – David Nadien, Harry Cykman, Harry Katzman, Irving Spice, Joe Malin, Paul Gershman
Violin – Elliot Rosoff, Gene Orloff, Harold Kohon, Max Ellen

About this release

Som Livre SSIGI 5023 (Brazil) / Ranwood Records, Inc – R-8112 (US, alternate cover)

Recorded At – RCA Studios, New York & Paramount Studios

Released in 1975 in Argentina as "Todo o Nada"(Vaiven ‎– 5002)

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Rokukai
This is it classic fusion fans--the best (and one of the most obscure) fusion album not released in the US. Bonfa surrounds himself with incredible talent--names like Barretto, Clarke, Brecker, Stamm, Tropea, Deodato, Muhammad, and Airto grace our ears on this explosive record.

This recording is blissed-out funkafied Latin fusion that will make your turntable smoke. The opening side bursts out of the gate, giving way to the more introspective, pastoral second side. This pressing is extremely rare and I would recommend this album to any fan of 70's fusion, latin, Bossa, or even jazz buffs in general. A seminal recording by a seminal artist.

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