Dick FarneyDICK FARNEY QUINTET - JAZZ FESTIVAL No. 1
Jam session recorded during the First Brazilian Jazz Festival in the fifties sponsored by the Jazz Club of Sao Paulo.
Dick Farney (piano), Case (sax), Choo Viana (bass), Rubinho Barsotti (drums) and Ismael Campiglia (guitar)
ORIGINAL 1956 ULTRA RARE MONO 10" LP - BRAZILIAN PRESSING - RGE RECORDS RGE RLP-002
Media (EX) :: COVER (VG) :: Label (EX)
Track listing Listen the flat sample. We are using a Shure M97xE elliptical stylus.
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PENNIES FROM HEAVEN - J. Burkes & A. Johnston - listen the flat sample BLUE OUT OF NOWHERE - J. Green & E. Heyman - listen the flat sample DICK FARNEY
Dick Farney was an outstanding singer, instrumentalist, and composer who contributed decisively to the renovation of Brazilian popular music with the incorporation of jazz harmonies and style. Having been the first artist ever to record "Tenderly," which would become an international hit later in the interpretation of Nat "King" Cole, Farney had hits in Brazil that announced the soon-to-be bossa nova genre, such as "Copacabana" and "Teresa da Praia" (the latter having been recorded in duet with Lúcio Alves). He also worked on the films Somos Dois (1950, by Milton Rodrigues), Carnaval Atlântida (1952, by José C... read more