La e Ca, by Mauro Ferreira - Brasil

Live - Live (2007), the pianist Antonio Adolfo and Carol Saboya the singer did show in the series Jazz Impressions , Florida (USA) with a quartet led by carioca musician. The presentation script guided the choice of repertoire There and Here - Here and There , disc recorded in Rio de Janeiro (RJ), in December 2009, by Adolfo and Carol with adhesions Leo Amuedo musicians (guitar), Jorge Helder ( low), Rafael Barata (drums) and Serginho Trombone (trombone). Captured in the studio as if it were live, There and Here is being launched in Brazil this June 2010. The title alludes to the fact that father and daughter living on the bridge between Brazil and the United States. And translates perfectly the concept of the CD. This is a jazz disk Adolfo reiterates his mastery of the piano to play own songs (like Cascavel , composed in 1974) and others (as Sabia , the partnership of Antonio Carlos Jobim and Chico Buarque that flies high in the corner lulling light Carol). But it's jazz played there with bossa here. Perfect example of interaction is Easy to Love . The theme of Cole Porter (1891 - 1964) is set in sound stylish jazz-samba climate made ​​in the Lane in the 60s Soloist invited five of the twelve tracks, Carol Saboya shines in their interventions, experiencing tones slightly in languid so in Love (another theme of Cole Porter) and imprindo so gently to All the Things you Are (Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein) that his singing seems to float on the melody of the American song. Saboya also put his clear voice service A Night in Tunisia (Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli and Jon Hendricks) and Time After Time (Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne). But the greatest brightness is Adolfo - free, light and loose in the exercise of jazz brazuca . At the end of the disc, when you combine your theme Toada Jazz (The Retirante) with another masterpiece of fine songbook of Cole Porter (1891-1964), Night and Day , Adolfo reinforces here Music link to the song there, confirming the success of a disc that does not invent fashion - as this fusion jazz has been repeated since the 60s - but that exposes the harmony of the eminent pianist union with great singer who happen to be father and daughter ...
POSTED BY MAURO FERREIRA AT 11:05