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9 thoughts on “ Waters Of March - Rosemary Clooney With John Pizzarelli - Brazil (CD, Album)

  1. Jun 06,  · Vocalist Rosemary Clooney, in her autumnal prime and possessing a spot-on feel for the material, teams up with guitarist-singer John Pizzarelli and a superb ensemble led by her pianist, John Oddo, in delivering this love letter to the magical music of Antonio Carlos Jobim, Luis Bonfa, et al. The familiar tunes--"One Note Samba," "Boy from Ipanema," "Wave," "Dindi," "Corcovado," "Once I /5(34).
  2. Arranged By, Guitar, Vocals – John Pizzarelli Bass – Chuck Berghofer Drums – Jeff Hamilton Percussion – Paulinho Da Costa Piano – John Oddo Tenor Saxophone, Soloist – Nino Tempo Written-By – Aloysio De Oliveira, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Ray Gilbert: Waters Of March5/5(1).
  3. Arranged By, Guitar, Vocals – John Pizzarelli Bass – Chuck Berghofer Drums – Jeff Hamilton Percussion – Paulinho Da Costa Piano – John Oddo Tenor Saxophone, Soloist – Nino Tempo Written-By – Aloysio De Oliveira, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Ray Gilbert: 12 – Rosemary Clooney: Waters Of March4/5(3).
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  6. Brazil is a album by Rosemary Clooney. John Pizzarelli accompanies Clooney on vocals on five of the tracks, and sings Antonio Carlos Jobim 's " Wave ". Diana Krall duets with Clooney on " The Boy from Ipanema ". [2].
  7. John Pizzarelli sings "Wave," with the light, airy brilliance of a light kept burning throughout the night, and duets with Clooney on "Desafinado," "One Note Samba," "Let Go," "Dindi," and the reprise of the title track, "Brazil." Together they bring a redefined sensitivity and captivation to these Brazilian standards through their excellent.
  8. Oct 17,  · track tacken from the c.d. (Brazil) John Pizzarelli vocals and guitar, written by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, vocal arrangement Earl .
  9. John Pizzarelli recorded the song three times, first in a duet with Rosemary Clooney on her album Brazil (), then on his album Bossa Nova (), and then in a duet with his wife Jessica Molaskey on her album Sitting in Limbo (). This version combines the song with Joni Mitchell 's "Circle Game".

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