Antonio Carlos Jobim records ‘Stone Flower,’ arranged by Deodato, for CTI (1970)

Antonio Carlos Jobim‘s ‘Stone Flower’ is his fifth album arranged by Deodat, recorded on March 16-22, 1970 and released the same year by CTI.

Track Listing : 1.Tereza My Love (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 04:23 . 2.Children’S Games (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 03:30 . 3.Choro (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 02:10 . 4.Brazil (Ary Barroso) – 07:25 . 5.Stone Flower (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 03:21 . 6.Amparo (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 03:41 . 7.Andorinha (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 03:32 . 8.God And The Devil In The Land Of The Sun (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 02:23 . 9.Sabia (Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 03:58

Musicians : Antonio Carlos Jobim – Piano, Electric Piano, Guitar, Vocals . 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 – Percussion . Deodato – Guitar

Production : Produced By Creed Taylor . Deodato . Rudy Van Gelder – Engineer

Arrangements : Deodato

Package : Arnaldo Desouteiro – Liner Notes . Tony Lane – Design

Recorded On March 16-22, 1970.

Released In 1970 By Cti.

(Source Antonio Carlos Jobim – Stone Flower | Clube do Tom)

The music is moody and cinematic, conjuring up vivid equatorial landscapes of green and blue, sand swept paradises of the mind, imaginary vistas to absorb as the album plays. More of a unified suite than a collection of individual songs, […]

In a perfect world—free from both geographical barriers and time restraints—French film auteur Jean-Luc Godard would have made off with Stone Flower to soundtrack one of his classic New Wave films. […]

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No one could write bossa nova tunes as well as Jobimand the songs on Stone Flower easily rank with his best work. Stone Flower is a fantastic record of quiet intensity. […]


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