Antônio Carlos Jobim – Tide (1970/2014) [FLAC 24bit, 192 kHz]

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Artist: Antônio Carlos Jobim
Album: Tide
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 1970/2014
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 35:09
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 1,42 GB


01. Antônio Carlos Jobim – The Girl From Ipanema (04:48)
02. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Carinhoso (02:49)
03. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Tema Jazz (04:37)
04. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Sue Ann (03:05)
05. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Remember (03:58)
06. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Tide (03:45)
07. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Takatanga (04:33)
08. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Caribe (02:44)
09. Antônio Carlos Jobim – Rockanalia (04:46)


One of Antonio Carlos Jobim’s best-known albums, 1970’s „Tide“ is a companion piece to 1967’s „Wave“, a similarly lush and smooth collection for producer Creed Taylor’s CTI Records. In fact, this album’s lengthy title track is a theme-and-variations exploration of the main melodic line from WAVE’s title track.For most of the album, Eumir Deodato, soon to become famous for his own contributions to lite-jazz fusion, handles the arrangements. Comparing his contributions to those of longtime Taylor arranger of choice Claus Ogerman, „Tide“ is a sprightlier album with a somewhat looser, less orchestrated feel. Of the new tracks, ‘Tema Jazz’ is the highlight, although the sparkling ‘Carinhoso’ is nearly its equal.

On Jobim’s second A&M album, Eumir Deodato takes over the chart-making tasks, and the difference between him and Claus Ogerman is quite apparent in the remake of “The Girl From Ipanema”: the charts are heavier, more dramatic, and structured. Sometimes the arrangements roll back so one can hear, say, the dancing multi-phonic flute of wildman Hermeto Pascoal on “Tema Jazz,” and the rhythms often veer away from the familiar ticking of the bossa nova. Jobim is his usual understated self, adding very subtle electric piano to his arsenal of acoustic piano and guitar, but the material sometimes falls short of Jobim’s tip-top level (dead giveaway: “Tide” is a clever rewrite on the chord changes of “Wave”). Still, it’s beautifully made and very musical at all times. –Richard S. Ginell

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