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Luiz Bonfá - The Bonfá Magic album

Luiz Bonfá - The Bonfá Magic album
Performer: Luiz Bonfá
Title: The Bonfá Magic
Released: 1993
Country: Brazil
Style: Bossa Nova
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 881
Formats: MOD AC3 APE WAV MP4 RA MP2
MP3 size: 1181 mb
FLAC size: 1301 mb

Tracklist

1 Rio Acima
2 Magic Passion
3 Subtle Samba
4 Fat Tuesday's Theme
5 Sofisticada
6 Space Adventure
7 Ruth's Waltz
8 Batukada
9 Menina Flor
10 Smooth Dreams
11 Manhã de Carnaval
12 Almost In Love
13 Samba Variations
14 Love Chemistry
15 Missal
16 April In Paris

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Fantasy
  • Mixed At – Duplex Sound
  • Mastered At – Fantasy Studios

Credits

  • Acoustic Bass – Nilson Matta
  • Acoustic Guitar – Luiz Bonfá
  • Arranged By – Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Jota Moraes
  • Artwork – Cristina Portella
  • Body Percussion – Thiago de Mello
  • Drums – Pascoal Meirelles
  • Engineer – Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Dana Mars, Eumir Deodato
  • Executive-Producer – Barry Powley, Peter Klam
  • Flugelhorn – Marcio Montarroyos
  • Guitar – Gene Bertoncini
  • Keyboards – Jota Moraes, Sonia Burnier
  • Mastered By – Phil De Lancie
  • Percussion – Arnaldo DeSouteiro, Eumir Deodato, Thiago de Mello
  • Photography By [Cover] – Walter Firmo
  • Photography By [Liner] – Mircea Dordea
  • Producer – Arnaldo DeSouteiro

Notes

Luiz Bonfá's "The Bonfá Magic", produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro, was originally released in the USA by Milestone Records, on January 25, 1993, and reprinted on October 15, 1997.
Total Time: 58 minutes
The album was digitally remastered by Phil DeLancie at Fantasy Studios (Berkeley, California, US), and new liner notes were written by Milestone/Fantasy's publicist Terri Hinte for the tray card/back cover:

"The Bonfá Magic is the legendary Brazilian composer/guitarist's fiftieth album, and the first he's recorded in Brazil in over 30 years. Accompanied by top Rio sidemen, he performs some new originals and reprises a few of his own classicsm notably "Manhã de Carnaval" (from Black Orpheus), the jazz waltz "Sofisticada", "Almost in Love" (written for Elvis Presley in 1968!), and "Menina Flor" (recorded by Bonfá and Stan Getz in '63), Named the top instrumental album of 1991 by several publications in Brazil when it was released there, "The Bonfá Magic" will likewise appeal to American fans of his gentle romanticism and elegant artistry."

Arranged by Arnaldo DeSouteiro, except: "Space Adventure", by Tavio Bonfá; "Missal", by Sonia Burnier; "Rio Acima", "Menina Flor" and "Almost in Love", by Arnaldo DeSouteiro and Jota Moraes.

Synthesizer arrangements on "Rio Acima", "Fat Tuesday's Theme", "Sofisticada", "Menina Flor", "Almost in Love" and "April in Paris" by Jota Moares.

All songs composed by Luiz Bonfá, except: "Menina Flor" (Bonfá and Maria Helena Toledo), "Manhã de Carnaval" (Bonfá and Antonio Maria), "Almost in Love" (Bonfá and Randy Starr), and "April in Paris" (Vernon Duke and E.Y. Harburg).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 25218-9202-2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAJU 3810 Luiz Bonfá The Bonfá Magic ‎(CD, Album) Caju Music CAJU 3810 Brazil 2001
511404-2 Luiz Bonfá The Bonfá Magic ‎(CD, Album) Caju Music 511404-2 Brazil 1993
VICJ 8014 Luiz Bonfá The Bonfá Magic ‎(CD, Album) JVC VICJ 8014 Japan 1993

Luiz Bonfá's "The Bonfá Magic", produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro, was originally released in the USA by Milestone Records, on January 25, 1993, and reprinted on October 15, 1997. Total Time: 58 minutes The album was digitally remastered by Phil DeLancie at Fantasy Studios (Berkeley, California, US), and new liner notes were written by Milestone/Fantasy's publicist Terri Hinte for the tray card/back cover: "The Bonfá Magic is the legendary Brazilian fiftieth album, and the first he's recorded in Brazil in over 30 years.

Luiz Floriano Bonfá (17 October 1922 – 12 January 2001) was a Brazilian guitarist and composer. He was best known for the compositions he penned for the film Black Orpheus. Luiz Floriano Bonfá was born on October 17, 1922, in Rio de Janeiro.

The durable Brazilian musician Luiz Bonfá recorded this album for the Caju Music label in 1991 in Brazil, where it was much honored, but Americans weren't made aware of its riches until 1993. Throughout, Bonfá 's acoustic guitar is treated to differing tone shadings and backgrounds - sometimes left all alone, sometimes fronting a samba band. Most of all, listeners are reminded of the remarkable vitality of Bonfá 's civilized, wistful compositions, whether improvised on the spot like "Magic Passion," brought forth for the first time ("Smooth Dreams," "Samba Variations"), or resuscitated from his back catalog (like the tune for Elvis, "Almost in Love," now treated to a silky bossa nova groove).

Album · 1991 · 16 Songs. The Fabulous Guitar of Luiz Bonfa.

The Bonfá Magic, 1991. Magic Passion, 03:50.

Luiz Floriano Bonfá (often seen as Luis Bonfá) (October 17, 1922 – January 12, 2001) was a Brazilian guitarist and composer. The Web's Largest Resource for.

Luiz Floriano Bonfá (often seen as Luis Bonfá) (17 October 1922 – 12 January 2001) was a Brazilian guitarist and composer. Define one or more skills-. members follow this artist.

Luiz Bonfa:The Ultimate Hit Collection. 2016 Original Album 1956.

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