Reencontro com Sambalanço Trio

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Reencontro com Sambalanço Trio
Studio album by Sambalanço Trio
Released 1965
Genre Samba, Jazz
Length 29:38
Label Som Maior
Producer Laércio Vieira
Sambalanço Trio chronology
Improviso Negro
(1965)
Reencontro com Sambalanço Trio
(1965)

Reencontro com Sambalanço Trio is the fourth album recorded by Sambalanço Trio. It was released on an LP in 1965 and presents a fusion of samba and jazz, being considered one of the most important albums of that period.

In 2006, after long period of neglect, this album was reissued on CD as one of works included in Som Livre Masters series, organized by Charles Gavin.[1][2]

Track listing[3][edit]

# Title Songwriters Length
1. "Samba pro Pedrinho" Walter Santos, Tereza Souza 2:22
2. "Deixa" Baden Powell, Vinicius de Moraes 2:24
3. "Lenda" Marcos Valle 2:54
4. "Tensão" Humberto Clayber 1:51
5. "Razão de viver" Eumir Deodato 2:38
6. "Pra machucar meu coração" Ary Barroso 3:04
7. Pout-Pourri 3:57
"Samblues" Cesar Camargo Mariano
"Sambinha" Cesar Camargo Mariano, Humberto Clayber
"O amor que acabou" Chico Feitosa, Lula Freire
"Nanã" Mário Telles, Moacir Santos
"Pra que chorar?" Baden Powell, Vinicius de Moraes
"O morro não tem vez" Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes
"Roda de samba" Lúcio Alves
"Samblues" Cesar Camargo Mariano
9. "Só... pela noite" Airto Moreira 3:54
10. "Step right up" Oliver Nelson 1:32
11. "Manhã de nós dois" Cesar Camargo Mariano, Mariza 2:55

The seventh track, "Pout-pourri", is composed by pieces of other seven songs listed below the track.[4]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Souza, Tarik de (31 March 2006). "O sambalanço da bossa". JB Online (in Portuguese). Retrieved 20 December 2009. [dead link]
  2. ^ Peixoto, Mariana; João Paulo. "Charles Gavin: tempo de balanço". Clube de Jazz (in Portuguese). Retrieved 20 December 2009. 
  3. ^ "Reencontro com Sambalanço Trio". Allmusic. Retrieved 20 December 2009. 
  4. ^ a b c d "Reencontro com Sambalanço Trio". Discos do Brasil (in Portuguese). Retrieved 20 December 2009.