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8 thoughts on “ Silk Stop - Bud Shank With Joao Donato* - Bud Shank & His Brazilian Friends (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Apr 05,  · Shank gave up the flute in , making his first love, the alto sax, his sole priority. Through the s and into the 21st century, Shank did not .
  2. I also made an album under my own name, "Bud Shank And His Brazilian Friends" on Pacific Jazz, with Sergio's rhythm section—Rosinha De Valenca on guitar, Sebastian Neto on bass, Chico Batero on drums—and a very good Brazilian piano player, Joao Donato, who had come up separately. Making that album was fun.
  3. Bud Shank Biography by Chris Kelsey + Follow Artist. This talented reed instrument player was a key figure of the west coast jazz scene in the 50s. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography Album Highlights. Bud Shank. This Bud's for You.
  4. Bossa Nova, and Bud Shank & His Brazilian Friends. A couple of tunes were pulled from the Capitol Sergio Mendes album Brasil '65, a project that was greatly enhanced by the presence of Bud Shank, a cool character whose laid-back sensibilities made him a natural for bossa nova.
  5. João Donato de Oliveira Neto is a Brazilian jazz and bossa nova pianist from Brazil. He first worked with Altamiro Carrilho, and went on to perform with other musicians including Tom Jobim, Astrud Gilberto, as well as a host of others.. João Donato de Oliveira Neto was born in Rio Branco, the capital of the state of Acre, Brazil, on August 17,
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bud Shank & His Brazilian Friends on Discogs/5(5).
  7. Shank's Milestone album, By Request: Bud Shank Meets the Rhythm Section, presented the altoist in top form, burning down the house with a band of relative youngsters who included neo-bopper pianist Cyrus Chestnut. Three years later, Silver Storm was released.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bud Shank & His Brazilian Friends on Discogs. Label: Pacific Jazz - TOCP • Series: Bossa Nova 40th Anniversary • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Bossa Nova.

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