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7 thoughts on “ Lemanjá - Tamba 4 - We And The Sea (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. We and the Sea, an Album by Tamba 4. Released in on A&M (catalog no. LP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Samba-Jazz, Bossa nova, Jazz. Featured peformers: Luiz Eça (piano, organ), Dorio (bass, guitar, percussion), Ohana (drums, percussion), Bebeto Castilho (flute), Creed Taylor (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (engineer), Pete Turner (photography), Sam Antupit (design), Harvey Loomis (liner notes).
  2. A wickedly wonderful album by Antonio Carlos Jobim – recorded in LA in the mid 60s, and a perfect meeting of styles that makes for one of his most compelling albums of the 60s! Jobim sings and plays over pillowy-soft arrangements by Claus Ogerman – lightly dancing numbers that weave strings and woodwinds into a wave of sound that dips, turns, and sometimes hits a surprisingly nice.
  3. Samba Blim, an Album by Tamba 4. Released in on A&M (catalog no. SP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Samba-Jazz.
  4. May 08,  · You can find California Soul up on Discogs as well (I haven't found any on Amazon yet but the other Tamba 4 albums are up there in a variety of formats). You can hear the first two Tamba 4 albums streaming in CD quality on some of the high resolution services. To jump to We And The Sea, click here for Tidal and here for Qobuz.
  5. Tamba 4 WE AND THE SEA (A&M SP CTI) was recorded in , featuring the virtuoso piano playing of Luiz Eca, Bebeto (flute), Dorio (bass/percussion/guitar) and Ohana (drums). Lots of contrasts in volume, making for an exciting performance. With material provided by Jobim and Baden Powell, you can't go wrong.
  6. Acoustic Sounds Online Store. Once called the Tamba Trio (they became a quartet in ), the Tamba 4 made its North American debut with an often adventurous recording that stretched the boundaries not only of bossa nova but of producer Creed Taylor's sound world at A&M.

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