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    Taking Judy Home - Luiz Bonfá / Eumir Deodato - The Gentle Rain - Original Soundtrack (Vinyl, LP)


    1. Kesida

      Essentially a swing-based clarinetist, Phil Bodner has spent most of his career as a studio musician. Among his more notable jazz gigs have been with Benny .
    2. Mezilkis

      Eumir Deodato - Listen to Eumir Deodato on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, .
    3. Shadal

      In this case, I found Eumir Deodato Trio Live In Rio. What a gem of an album it is! You can either listen to the CD, which is great for when you are on a trip. Or, to get maximum enjoyment you can watch the DVD which intersperses the same songs with scenes of Rio and informal remarks on memories of the city by Eumir/5(10).
    4. Akilrajas

      LP, Vinyl record album. 4. Luiz Bonfa/ Eumir Deodato — Gentle Rain LP Mercury, Near Mint- Just Sold Out! Add to Watch List. A dreamy little soundtrack to this lesser-known film – but a real bossa classic from the 60s, featuring original tunes by Luiz Bonfa and orchestrations by Deodato.
    5. Brakora

      10 rows · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Luiz Bonfa* / /5(19).
    6. Kagore

      Unfortunately, without the original notes from the LP back cover, as well as with no credits for the musicians (Bobby Rosengarden, Dom Um Romão, Ron Carter and Marvin Stamm, among other jazz luminaries). Anyway, the musical content is wondrous, including twelve Luiz Bonfá songs (who plays in all tracks) magnificently arranged by Eumir Deodato.
    7. Akidal

      Apr 3, - BRAZILIAN GUITAR MASTER. See more ideas about Brazilians, Master, Bossa nova pins.
    8. Tygolrajas

      (The original soundtrack for "The Gentle Rain," recorded in , produced by Bobby Scott for Mercury Records with orchestral arrangements by Eumir Deodato, was reissued on CD only in Japan, back in , in a mini-LP sleeve; the movie, produced & directed by Burt Balaban, starring Christopher George & Linda Day, was filmed in Rio, and became a complete fiasco.

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