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It did not take long after the brilliant Brazilian guitarist Bola Sete settled in San Francisco in the 1960s for an affinity to develop between him and pianist Vicne Guaraldi. Guaraldi's penchant for the music of Brazil had led to an enormous success with the hit "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" from his Black Orpheus album. These tow superb improviser skillfully avoided the muddy collision of harmony and tone that are a risk when pianists and guitarist collaborate. Their rhythmic interaction was exquisite in this classic encounter. Track list includes: "Choro," "Menimo Pequeno da Bateria," "Ginza Samba," "The Girl from Ipanema," "A Taste of Honey," "Ballad of Pancho Villam" "Little Fishes" and "Mambeando"
It did not take long after the brilliant Brazilian guitarist Bola Sete settled in San Francisco in the 1960s for an affinity to develop between him and pianist Vicne Guaraldi. Guaraldi's penchant for the music of Brazil had led to an enormous success with the hit "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" from his Black Orpheus album. These tow superb improviser skillfully avoided the muddy collision of harmony and tone that are a risk when pianists and guitarist collaborate. Their rhythmic interaction was exquisite in this classic encounter. Track list includes: "Choro," "Menimo Pequeno da Bateria," "Ginza Samba," "The Girl from Ipanema," "A Taste of Honey," "Ballad of Pancho Villam" "Little Fishes" and "Mambeando"
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Format: CD
Label: OJC
Catalog: 989
Rel. Date: 08/18/1998
UPC: 025218698924

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Artist: Vince Guaraldi
Format: CD
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It did not take long after the brilliant Brazilian guitarist Bola Sete settled in San Francisco in the 1960s for an affinity to develop between him and pianist Vicne Guaraldi. Guaraldi's penchant for the music of Brazil had led to an enormous success with the hit "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" from his Black Orpheus album. These tow superb improviser skillfully avoided the muddy collision of harmony and tone that are a risk when pianists and guitarist collaborate. Their rhythmic interaction was exquisite in this classic encounter. Track list includes: "Choro," "Menimo Pequeno da Bateria," "Ginza Samba," "The Girl from Ipanema," "A Taste of Honey," "Ballad of Pancho Villam" "Little Fishes" and "Mambeando"
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