Antônio Carlos Jobim’s ‘Urubu’ is his tenth album recorded on October 16–23, 1975 and released in November 1976 by Warner Bros.
Track Listing : 1.Bôto (Porpoise) (Antônio Carlos Jobim, Jararaca) – 06:07 . 2.Ligia (Antônio Carlos Jobim) – 04:13 . 3.Correnteza (Antônio Carlos Jobim, Luiz Bonfá) – 02:41 . 4.Angela (Antônio Carlos Jobim) – 02:50 . 5.Saudade Do Brasil (Antônio Carlos Jobim) – 07:27 . 6.Valse (Paulo Jobim) – 03:14 . 7.Arquitetura De Morar (Architecture To Live) (Antônio Carlos Jobim) – 08:08 . 8.O Homem (Man) (Antônio Carlos Jobim) – 02:31
Musicians : Antonio Carlos Jobim – Piano, Electric Piano, Guitar . Harry Lookofsky – Violin . Joe Farrell – Soprano Saxophone . Urbie Green – Trombone . Hubert Laws – Flute . Ron Carter – Double Bass . João Palma – Drums . Airto Moreira – Percussion . Everaldo Ferreira – Conga . Claus Ogerman – Conductor . Miucha – Vocals On (1)
Production : Produced By Claus Ogerman . Frank Laico – Engineer . Richard Alderson – Engineer
Package : Raymond Ross – Photography . Fred Valentine – Photography . Lockart – Design . Paulo Jobim – Paintings . Januário Garcia – Photography . Bob Blumenthal – Liner Notes
Recorded On October 16–23, 1975.
Released In November 1976 By Warner Bros..
Urubu is an indispensable recording in anyone’s collection who wants to delve deeper into the music of Antônio Carlos Jobim, or Tom Jobim. […]
Clearly we are not on the Ipanema beach anymoreand although this may be rough going for jazz-minded Jobim fans, the pay-off is a glimpse into the depths of Jobim’s soul. […]
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Now this is arguably my favourite Jobim record. The first time I heard the opening track Boto, right after buying the LP, I was paralyzed. It perplexed me. […]