Antonio Adolfo | Tropical Infinito

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Tropical Infinito

by Antonio Adolfo

Brazilian Jazz octet, combining tunes by masters of Jazz with Antonio Adolfo's original compositions.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. Killer Joe
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2. Whisper Not
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3. Cascavel
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4. Yolanda, Yolanda
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5. Stolen Moments
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6. Song for My Father
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7. Partido Leve
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8. All the Things You Are
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9. Luar da Bahia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A great deal of time has passed since I included a horn section in one of my albums, although I have pondered that possibility for quite a while. So, the time has arrived, and I have augmented my usual quintet with three horns. But, why, you might ask.
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During the early 1960s - at age 17 to be exact, when I became a professional musician - most jazz recordings by the major artists included horns. These albums influenced me and an entire generation of Brazilian Jazz and Bossa musicians. Only one or two music stores in Rio imported the newly released American jazz LPs and I remember scrambling to be the first to buy those albums. Then I would call my musician friends to come to my house to listen to Miles, Coltrane, Bill Evans, the Jazz Messengers, Benny Golson, Art Farmer, Horace Silver, Oliver Nelson, and others, to learn the jazz vocabulary from the masters.

During the last decade I have been trying to express myself through a variety of albums, what I hadn’t been able to do in previous years, mainly due to the time dedicated to an intense teaching career. And now, the time is right to show off my new octet with three horns (trumpet/flugel, saxophone and trombone) performing a selection of pieces by some of the master composers, mixed with some of my original tunes that compile the set list of this new album.

Antonio Adolfo

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