Jones, Quincy: Big Band Bossa Nova [180-Gram Colored Vinyl With Bonus Tracks]

Jones, Quincy SKU: 41753958
Jones, Quincy: Big Band Bossa Nova [180-Gram Colored Vinyl With Bonus Tracks]

Jones, Quincy: Big Band Bossa Nova [180-Gram Colored Vinyl With Bonus Tracks]

Jones, Quincy SKU: 41753958

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Big Band Bossa Nova [180-Gram Colored Vinyl With Bonus Tracks]
Artist: Jones, Quincy
Label: 20th Cent Jazz Mast.
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8436563183492
Genre: Jazz

Limited 180gm yellow colored vinyl LP pressing includes two bonus tracks. "Almost every track here is a small classic that you're bound to have heard somewhere, without realising what it was. "Manha de Carnaval", Luiz Bonfá's peerless melody, is another that surfaces constantly in movies and behind commercials. Likewise, Jobim's "One Note Samba", which varies the metre and changes the pace most effectively. Jones recognised that he had something that could change the metre and flavour of almost any piece. "On the Street Where You Live" loses it's slightly plonking sentimentality and turns into a celebration of community. "A Taste of Honey" acquires a new and exotic quality." Penguin Guide to Jazz There are few albums more enchanting than this one, which finds the perfect balance, among other things, to make everything swing, and to make us dance better. And you'll be amazed to hear the voices of Roland Kirk, Paul Gonsalves, Jim Hall and Clark Terry. Yes, all of them are here." Jazz Magazine.

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