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Pike, Dave - Bossa Nova Carival
Pike, Dave - Bossa Nova Carival
Honeypie | LP | 17

Here-s another beautiful example of the great impact of Brazilian music on American Jazz in the '60s. Vibraphonist Dave Pike, mostly known for his work with the likes of Herbie Mann, Bill Evans, and Paul Bley, displays a marvelous sextet performing music of Brazilian composer Joao Donato. Recorded and released in 1962 on the New jazz Label, and considered as one of Pike-s essential albums, 'Bossa Nova Carnival' sounds like a perfect combination of Brazilian sensuous flavor and Jazz/swing sensibility. Dave Pike - vibraphone, marimba, Clark Terry - flugelhorn, Kenny Burrell - guitar, Chris White - bass Rudy Collins - drums Jose Paulo - cabasa, banderol

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