Brazilian Jazz Quartet

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Brazilian Jazz Quartet
Origin São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Genres MPB, jazz
Years active 1958
Labels Columbia Records
Members José Ferreira Godinho Filho "Casé"
Moacyr Peixoto
Rubens Alberto Barsotti (Rubinho)
Luiz Chaves

The Brazilian Jazz Quartet was an underground Brazilian jazz quartet from the late 1950s featuring Moacyr Peixoto (piano), José Ferreira Godinho Filho "Casé" (alto sax), Rubens Alberto Barsotti "Rubinho" (drums) e Luiz Chaves Oliveira da Paz "Luiz Chaves" (bass).[1]

History[edit]

The Brazilian Jazz Quartet was an underground Brazilian jazz quartet from the late 1950s featuring Moacyr Peixoto)[2] (Piano), José Ferreira Godinho Filho "Casé"[3][4] (Alto Sax), Rubens Alberto Barsotti "Rubinho"[5] (Drums), and Luiz Chaves Oliveira da Paz "Luiz Chaves" (Bass).[6] As a matter of fact, this group should be considered as a sort of embryo of the legendary Zimbo Trio.[7][8]

The band released one album in 1958, called Coffee and Jazz[9][10]

Discography[edit]

Coffee and Jazz track list:

  1. The Lonesome Road
  2. When Your Love Has Gone
  3. Cop-Out
  4. Black Satin
  5. Makin' Whoopee
  6. No Moon At All
  7. Old Devil Moon
  8. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
  9. You'd be so Nice to Come Home To
  10. I will Close my Eyes
  11. Alone
  12. Too Marvelous for Word

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