- Performer:Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2
- Title:Songs from the Last Century
- Style:Brazilian Jazz,World Fusion
- Date of release:2005
- Recording date:February 9, 2004 - June 14, 2004
- Recording location:Acoustic Recording, Brooklyn, NY
- Size FLAC version1910 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1380 megabytes
- Size WMA version1716 megabytes
- Formats:VOC MP4 AUD WMA MMF DXD
Hélio Alves - piano Duduka Da Fonseca - bateria Eddie Gomez - contrabaixo Phil Woods - saxofone Oscar Castro-Neves - arranjos de cordas Paulo Jobim - violão e vocal Maucha Adnet - vocal. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Musica Jazz Legacy Productions 2015.
Songs from the Last Century 2005. Three Views of a Secret. Songs from the Last Century 2005. These Foolish Things.
From Duduka Da Fonseca & Helio Alves's "Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim" (8/30/19) on Sunnyside Records. Tom Jobim and João Gilberto’s partnership provided one of the most incredible musical contributions to the musical world. In 1958, the first Bossa Nova album, Chega de Saudade, was recorded by Gilberto, featuring arrangements by Jobim. American Jazz musicians, including Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Byrd, Keter Betts and Herbie Mann, went to Brasil around that time and fell in love with Brazilian music. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Adnet began her musical career as a member of vocal group Céu da Boca before joining Jobim’s last ensemble, Banda Nova, from 1984 to 1994. For their recording, Da Fonseca, Alves and Adnet enlisted a stellar cast of musical greats, including woodwind master Billy Drewes, guitarist Romero Lubambo, and bassist Hans Glawischnig.
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Currently, Alves divides his international touring schedule between engagements with his own trio, Roditi's band, vocalist Joyce Moreno, and the Brazilian Trio, a group he co-leads with bassist Nilson Matta and drummer Duduka Da Fonseca. The pianist has contributed to three Grammy Award-winning albums: Joe Henderson Big Band (1996), Paquito D'Rivera's Brazilian Dreams (2002), and Yo-Yo Ma's Obrigado Brazil (2003). Alves previously recorded three albums under his own name - Trios (1998), Portrait in Black and White (2004), and It's Clear (2009), all on the Reservoir Music label - in addition to 'Songs from the Last Century', a 2006 collaboration with Da Fonseca for Blue Toucan Records.
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The percussion colourist, Duduka Da Fonseca once graced the drum chair of Dom Salvador’s album, simply entitled Transitio. r was it so simple? Although the legendary pianist reveals the secrets of his heart in simple, yet breathtakingly lyrical songs, his impulse to adorn melodies gleam with . .Duduka Da Fonseca added 2 new photos.
Brazilian Trio Duduka Da Fonseca, Nilson Matta, Helio Alves As echoed by the title "Forests" this album features a collection of lush, tranquil, contemplative jazz interpretations of Brazilian standards such as Ivan Lins' "Amor" and Milton Nascimento's wistful "Tarde". Sao Paulo native pianist Helio Alves shines on the keyboard with his impeccable phrasing and energy. Nilson Matta, also from Sao Paulo is hailed as one of the world's finest bass players
Da Fonseca mastered the drums learning that music. His career in Brazil and the . where he landed in 1975, includes playing with Jobim, Astrud Gilberto, flautist Herbie Mann, trumpeter Claudio Roditi, pianist JoAnne Brackeen, bassist Eddie Gomez, guitarist John Scofield, trumpeter Tom Harrell,saxophonists Joe Lovano and Gerry Mulligan, pianist Dom Salvador, bassist Rufus Reid, pianist Kenny Barron, and many more. To that end, this year saw the release of a new album from his splendid quintet, Samba Jazz-Jazz Samba (Anzic, 2012), that presents the music with beauty and verve. The quintet-in addition to Da Fonseca, including Helio Alves on piano, Anat Cohen on saxophones and clarinet, Guilherme Monteiro on guitar and Leonardo Cioglia on bass-excels at this blissful music.
CreditsMaúcha Adnet - Primary Artist
Hélio Alves - Piano, Primary Artist, Producer
Michael Brorby - Engineer
Chico Buarque - Composer
Kenji Bunch - Viola
Oscar Castro-Neves - Primary Artist
John Clifford - Photography
Duduka Da Fonseca - Drums, Primary Artist, Producer
Dave Eggar - Cello
Steve Fallone - Mastering
James Farber - Engineer
Mark Feldman - Violin
Norman Gimbel - Composer
Egberto Gismonti - Composer
Eddie Gomez - Bass
Carol Hall - Composer
Joyce Hammann - Violin
HD2 - Primary Artist
Toninho Horta - Composer
Paulo Jobim - Primary Artist
Jerome Kern - Composer
Harry Link - Composer
Holt Marvell - Composer
Hermeto Pascoal - Composer
Jaco Pastorius - Composer
Jack Strachey - Composer
Toots Thielemans - Composer
Phil Woods - Primary Artist
|1||Three Views of a Secret Jaco Pastorius||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2 feat: Oscar Castro-Neves / Phil Woods||6:04|
|2||Blusette Norman Gimbel / Toots Thielemans||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2||5:12|
|3||Sabiá Chico Buarque||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2 feat: Maúcha Adnet / Oscar Castro-Neves / Paulo Jobim / Phil Woods||7:15|
|4||Bebe Hermeto Pascoal||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2||7:04|
|5||Meu Canário Vizinho Azul Toninho Horta||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2 feat: Oscar Castro-Neves||5:01|
|6||Yesterdays Jerome Kern||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2||5:32|
|7||Beijo Partido||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2||4:46|
|8||Frevo Egberto Gismonti||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2||5:03|
|9||These Foolish Things Harry Link / Holt Marvell / Jack Strachey||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2 feat: Maúcha Adnet / Oscar Castro-Neves / Paulo Jobim / Phil Woods||5:48|
|10||Very Early Carol Hall||Hélio Alves / Duduka Da Fonseca / HD2||4:34|