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Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77 - Equinox mp3 track

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Performer: Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77
Title: Equinox
Country: US
Style: Bossa Nova, Easy Listening
Category: Jazz / Latin
Rating: 4.7 ✦
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Constant Rain (Chove Chuva)
Written-By – J. Ben*, N. Gimbel*
3:15
A2 Cinnamon And Clove
Written-By – A. Bergman*, J. Mandel*, M. Bergman*
2:26
A3 Watch What Happens
Written-By – M. Legrand*, N. Gimbel*
2:44
A4 For Me
Written-By – Lobo*, Gimbel*
3:21
A5 Bim-Bom
Written-By – J. Gilberto*
1:52
B1 Night And Day
Written-By – C. Porter*
3:30
B2 Triste
Written-By – Jobim*
2:09
B3 Gente
Written-By – M. Valle*, P. Valle*, R. Gilbert*
1:52
B4 Wave
Written-By – Jobim*
2:20
B5 So Danco Samba (Jazz 'N' Samba)
Written-By – Jobim*, De Moraes*
1:57

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.

Credits

  • Bass – Bob Matthews
  • Design – Peter Whorf Graphics
  • Drums – Joao Palma*
  • Engineer – Bruce Botnick, Larry Levine
  • Guitar – John Pisano
  • Liner Notes – Charles Champlin
  • Percussion – Jose Soares*
  • Piano, Arranged By – Sergio Mendes*
  • Producer – Herb Alpert, Jerry Moss
  • Vocals – Janis Hansen, Lani Hall

Notes

Australian release

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SP-4122 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66* Equinox ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records SP-4122 US 1967
SP 4122, SP-4122, A&M122, A&M 122 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66* Equinox ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records SP 4122, SP-4122, A&M122, A&M 122 US 1967
S-FL-1570, Ⓢ FL-1570 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66* Equinox ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Ora) First Record, First Record S-FL-1570, Ⓢ FL-1570 Taiwan 1968
LP-7209 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66* Equinox ‎(LP, Album, Mono) A&M Records, Fermata LP-7209 Venezuela 1968
FB-184 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66* Equinox ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) Fermata FB-184 Brazil 1967


Equinox is the second album by Sérgio Mendes and Brasil '66, with vocalists Lani Hall and Janis Hansen. Constant Rain (Chove Chuva)" (Jorge Ben, Norman Gimbel). Cinnamon and Clove" (Johnny Mandel, Alan and Marilyn Bergman). Watch What Happens" (Michel Legrand, Jacques Demy, Norman Gimbel). For Me" (Arrastão) (Edu Lobo, Norman Gimbel). Bim-Bom" (João Gilberto). Night and Day" (Cole Porter). Triste" (Antônio Carlos Jobim). Gente" (Marcos Valle, Paulo Sérgio Valle).

Equinox is the second album by Sérgio Mendes and Brasil '66, with vocalists Lani Hall and Janis Hansen. Studio album by. Sérgio Mendes. sales figures based on certification alone ^shipments figures based on certification alone.

After watching Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 40th Anniversary concert last Sunday at the Hollywood Bowl, I'm still in the mood for more Sergio Mendes music.

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The second album by Sergio and crew – and a real push forward for the group! The basic format of two-female harmony leads is still in place – but for some reason, this album gives a bit more of a nod to Brazilian roots than before, and really spices things up with an even more interesting array of songs! There's a bit less of the pop/cover style than before, and a bit more of a nod towards the hipper side of Brazilian music – especially the modernists of the bossa nova generation. The greatest and grooviest hits from Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 – that completely charming little group that really warmed up pop at the end of the 60s! The tunes here are awash in bossa rhythms, and topped with the group's trademark two-gal harmony style – a sound that reaches out. LP, Vinyl record album. Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66. Look Around.

The mystery-driven bossa and pop-samba of Sergio Mendes' 1960s and early-'70s work was already giving way by this point - 1975 - to a much more straight-ahead version of radio fare. Given that this was the dawning of the age of disco, and that Barry Manilow was already striking the charts hard, it is totally explainable, if not totally forgivable