Michel Legrand And His Orchestra* ‎– Legrand In Rio

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A1 Caravan
Written-By – D. Ellington*, I. Mills*, Tizol*
3:30
A2 Besame Mucho
Written-By – Velasquez*
2:59
A3 El Humahuaqueno
Written-By – Zaldivar*
2:30
A4 Vaya Con Dios
Written-By – B. Pepper*, I. James*, L. Russell*
3:36
A5 Siboney
Written-By – Lecuona*
4:10
A6 Maria, My Own
Written-By – Lecuona*, L. W. Gilbert*
2:42
A7 Maria Dolores
Written-By – Garcia*, Morcillo*
2:57
B1 Brazil
Written-By – Barroso*, B. Russell*
3:42
B2 Bahia
Written-By – Barroso*
3:24
B3 Frenesi
Written-By – Dominguez*
2:57
B4 Granada
Written-By – Lara*
2:38
B5 La Ultima Noche
Written-By – Collazo*
3:02
B6 Perfidia
Written-By – Dominguez*
2:09
B7 Adios
Written-By – Woods*, Madriguera*
2:46

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CL 1139 Michel Legrand And His Orchestra* Legrand In Rio(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia CL 1139 US 1957 Sell This Version
P 77314L Michel Legrand And His Orchestra* Legrand In Rio(LP, Album, Mono) Philips P 77314L Netherlands 1957 Sell This Version
CL 1139 Michel Legrand And His Orchestra* Legrand In Rio(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia CL 1139 US 1957 Sell This Version
SRCS 7151 Michel Legrand And His Orchestra* Legrand In Rio(CD, Album, Mono, Promo, RE) Readymade Inc., Sony Records SRCS 7151 Japan 1993 Sell This Version
CL 1139 Michel Legrand And His Orchestra* Legrand In Rio(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia CL 1139 Canada 1957 Sell This Version

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bargainvinyl1

July 9, 2016
Legrand in Rio itself was recorded and published months before than Legrand Jazz, and musically it's closer to previous efforts such as I Love Paris than to the celebrated jazz album. In Rio is a well-crafted, well-executed collection of instrumentals, not bland and with a few competent jazz solos, but very much an easy-listening pop record. As in I Love Paris, there's some heavy tape-editing, with string sections fading in from (and fading out to) nowhere, as well as plenty of "Latin" percussion. The tunes are Brazilian, Spanish, Cuban, Mexican, and Argentinian classics.