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Title:

Baden Powell swings with Jimmy Pratt

Cover: LP - front  /  back  /  label  /  2nd print label
CD Brazil 2003 - front  /  back  /  bookl  /  disc  /  matrix
CD Japan 2004 - front  /  back  /  details  /  matrix
Tracks:
  1. Deve ser amor
  2. Coisa No.1
  3. Rosa Flor
  4. Tema No.1
  5. Encontro com a saudade
  6. Manequim 46
  7. Samba de uma nota so
  8. Coisa No.2
  9. Nao e bem assim
  10. Cancao do amor sem Fim
Musicians: Baden Powell (git)
Jorge "Jorginho" Ferreira da Silva, Copinha (fl)
Moacir Santos (sax, vcl)
Sandoval (cl)
Sergio Barroso (b)
Jimmy Pratt (dr)
Rubem Bassini (perc)
unknown piano player
Guitar Model: Author 3 by luthier Reinaldo DiGiorgio
Year of performance: Studio Philips do Brasil, End-1962
Producer & Crew: Producing: Aloysio de Oliveira
Direction: Jimmy Pratt
Producing Manager: Peter Keller
Recording Engineer: Celio Martins
Sound Engineer: Norman Sternberg
Foto: Francisco Pereia
Linernotes: Aloysio de Oliveira, 1963 (Portuguese)
Booklet Notes: Tarik de Souza, 2003 (Portuguese)
Total Time 25:53 min.
Label: Elenco (Brazil)
Polydor (Germany, Brazil, Argentinia)
Universal Music (Brazil, Japan)
LP number: ME 04 (Elenco)
2310 115 (Polydor)
CD number: 73145280452 (1995, Brazil)
4218 (1998, Japan)
528045-2 (1995, Brazil)
73145280452 (2003, Brazil)
UICY-9416 (2 June 2004, Japan)
UPC / EAN number: 4988011359194 (1998, Japan)
675754078126
731452804525 (1995 & 2003, Brazil)
4988005363398 (2004, Japan)
Release Year: LP: 1 May 1963, Brazil
LP: 1 May 1967, Brazil
LP: 1970, Germany, Argentinia
CD: 18 August 1995, Brazil
CD: 29 July 1998, Japan
CD: 25 June 2003, Brazil
CD: 2 June 2004, Japan
Also published as: Developments (LP, Germany, 1970)
O Mestre do Violao Brasileiro (CD-Box, Brazil, 2003)
Last page update: 30 January 2017
Comments:  

BrazilOnGuitar says: With only 25 minutes runtime this first recording on the Elenco label is one of the shortest records by BP.
It is a document of the second work with a North American jazz musician.
Half of the compositions were done by BP, Jimmy Pratt being responsible
for the production of the record.

We thank Robert G. (Germany) for his translation.

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