From the Hot Afternoon

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From the Hot Afternoon
Studio album by Paul Desmond
Released 1969
Recorded June 24–25 & August 13–14, 1969
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
Genre Jazz
Length 57:12
Reissue with bonus tracks
Label A&M/CTI
SP 3024
Producer Creed Taylor
Paul Desmond chronology
Summertime
(1968)
From the Hot Afternoon
(1969)
Bridge Over Troubled Water
(1970)

From the Hot Afternoon is an album by American jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond featuring performances recorded in 1969 and released on the CTI label.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "October (Outubro)" - (Fernando Brant, Milton Nascimento) - 3:00
  2. "Round N' Round (Gira Girou)" (Nascimento) - 4:32
  3. "Faithful Brother (Irmão de Fé)" (Nascimento) - 3:09
  4. "To Say Goodbye" (Edu Lobo) - 4:01
  5. "From the Hot Afternoon" (Nascimento) - 3:31
  6. "Circles" (Lobo) - 3:46
  7. "Martha & Romao" (Lobo) - 3:05
  8. "Catavento" (Nascimento) - 2:46
  9. "Canto Latino (Latin Chant)" (Nascimento) - 4:25
  10. "Crystal Illusions" (Johnny Guarnieri, Lani Hall, Lobo) - 4:41
  11. "Gira Girou (Round 'n' Round)" [alternate take] (Nascimento) - 4:21 Bonus track on CD reissue
  12. "Faithful Brother (Irmão de Fé)" [alternate take] (Nascimento) - 2:49 Bonus track on CD reissue
  13. "From the Hot Afternoon" [alternate take] (Nascimento) - 3:56 Bonus track on CD reissue
  14. "Catavento" [alternate take] (Nascimento) - 2:31 Bonus track on CD reissue
  15. "Canto Latino (Latin Chant)" [alternate take] (Nascimento) - 4:01 Bonus track on CD reissue
  16. "From the Hot Afternoon" [alternate take 2] (Nascimento) - 2:38 Bonus track on CD reissue
  • Recorded at Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on June 24 (tracks 1 & 5-7), June 25 (tracks 3, 4, 10 & 12), August 13 (tracks 5, 13 & 16), and August 14 (tracks 2, 8, 9, 11, 14 & 15), 1969

Personnel[edit]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[2]

Allmusic reviewer Richard S. Ginell states "Paul Desmond's first genuine all-Brazilian album under the Creed Taylor signature was a beauty".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CTI Records discography accessed February 10, 2012
  2. ^ a b Ginell, R. S. Allmusic Review accessed February 10, 2012