The Manhattan Transfer - Brasil album download
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|A1||Soul Food To Go (Sina)
Drums – Buddy WilliamsLyrics By – Doug Figer*Music By – Djavan
|A2||The Zoo Blues (Asa)
Lyrics By – Doug Figer*Music By – Djavan
|A3||So You Say (Esquinas)
Lyrics By – Amanda McBroomMusic By – DjavanSoloist, Alto Saxophone – David Sanborn
Music By, Lyrics By – DjavanSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz
|B1||Metropolis (Arlequim Desconhecido)
Lyrics By – Brock WalshMusic By – Ivan Lins, Vitor MartinsPiano – Yaron Gershovsky
|B2||Hear The Voices (Bahia De Todas As Contas)
Lyrics By – Tracy MannMusic By – Gilberto Gil
Lyrics By – Brock WalshMusic By – Djavan
|B4||The Jungle Pioneer (Viola Violar)
Bass – Jamal Joanes Dos Santos*Guitar – Victor BiglioneLyrics By – Brock WalshMusic By – Marcio Borges, Milton NascimentoPercussion – Frank ColonProducer – Mazzola, Tim HauserProgrammed By – Wagner TisoVocals [Guest] – Milton Nascimento
|B5||Notes From The Underground (Antes Que Seja Tarde)
Lyrics By – Brock WalshMusic By – Ivan Lins, Vitor Martins
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Made By – CGD S.p.A.
- Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
- Recorded At – Studio 55, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – JHL Studios
- Recorded At – Bill Schnee Studios
- Recorded At – The Grey Room
- Recorded At – Skip Saylor Recording
- Recorded At – Som Livre Studios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Mastered At – Precision Lacquer
- Arranged By – Jeff Lorber, Larry Williams, Wagner Tiso
- Arranged By [Vocal] – Alan Paul, Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Siegel
- Art Direction – Fayette Hauser
- Bass – Abraham Laboriel (tracks: A4, B2), Nathan East (tracks: B1, B3)
- Coordinator [Album] – Marsha Loeb
- Coordinator [Project] – Ivy Scoff*
- Drums – John Robinson (tracks: A3, A4, B3, B4)
- Engineer [Mixing Second] – Clif Jones, Jim Dineen
- Engineer [Second Vocal] – Ted Blaisdell
- Engineer [Vocal] – Keith Cohen
- Ensemble – Uakti (tracks: B3, B5)
- Executive-Producer [Brazilian Sessions] – Alberto Traiger
- Guitar – Dan Huff* (tracks: A3, B3), Oscar Castro-Neves (tracks: A4, B5), Toninho Horta (tracks: A4, B2, B4), Wayne Johnson (tracks: A1, B1)
- Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen
- Mixed By – Brian Malouf
- Percussion – Djalma Correa (tracks: A1, B2), Paulinho Da Costa (tracks: A2, A4, B1, B4)
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Lawrence Manning
- Producer – Tim Hauser (tracks: A1 to B3, B5)
- Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Jeff Lorber (tracks: A1 to A3, B1), Larry Williams (tracks: A4, B2, B3, B5)
- Recorded By – Ed Thacker
- Recorded By [Second] – Carlos Ronconi, Mike Ross*
- Soloist [Uakti] – Artur Andrés Ribeiro (tracks: B3, B5), Decio De Souza Ramos* (tracks: B3, B5), Marco Antônio Guimarães (tracks: B3, B5), Paulo Sergio Dos Santos* (tracks: B3, B5)
- Vocals – Alan Paul, Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Siegel, Tim Hauser
- Vocals [Guest] – Djavan (tracks: A1, A4)
Notes℗ © 1987 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States
℗ © 1987 WEA International Inc.for the world outside of the United States
℗ 1987 Atlantic Recording [on centre labels]
Category 78 1803-1 appears on centre labels
Category 7 81803-1 appears on spine
Category 81803-1 appears on back cover
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 075678180316
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): STA 876615 B DMM 75678-1803-1 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): STA 876616 B DMM 2-4 SP-FTA Precision
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
|81803-1||The Manhattan Transfer||Brasil (LP, Album, SP)||Atlantic||81803-1||US||1987|
|81803-1, 7 81803-1||The Manhattan Transfer||Brasil (LP, Album, AR)||Atlantic, Atlantic||81803-1, 7 81803-1||US||1987|
|LSAT 73231, 781 803-1||The Manhattan Transfer||Brasil (LP, Album)||Jugoton, Atlantic||LSAT 73231, 781 803-1||Yugoslavia||1988|
|RR-98-169-2||The Manhattan Transfer||Brasil (CD, Album, Unofficial)||VAPP association||RR-98-169-2||Russia||1998|
|3209||The Manhattan Transfer||Brasil (LP, Album)||Atlantic||3209||Venezuela||1987|
Brasil was The Manhattan Transfer's tenth studio album. It was released in 1987 on Atlantic Records. This album was a new foray for the group into Brazilian music. During the recording sessions, they worked with many songwriters, including Ivan Lins, Milton Nascimento, Djavan and Atlantic Records Jazz recording artist Gilberto Gil. After the initial recording sessions, the songs were re-arranged and then fitted with English lyrics.
Brasil was The Manhattan Transfer's tenth studio album.
The Manhattan Transfer. LSAT 73231, 781 803-1. The Manhattan Transfer. Brasil (CD, Album, Unofficial).
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Brasil was The Manhattan Transfer's tenth album. During the recording sessions they worked with many songwriters, including Ivan Lins, Milton Nascimento, Djavan, and Atlantic records Jazz recording artist Gilberto Gil.
Everything that Manhattan Transfer does, they do extremely well. Brasil is no exception. An album recorded in the 80s; it has an unmistakeably 80s tone to it, the percussion tracks in particular. This is not a bossa nova album, but a synthesis of the magnficent vocal harmonies of ManTran with Brazilian musical styles and tones. Overall, not one of their best albums in terms of music selection, but there are some very good numbers, including So You Say, featuring soaring vocals by Ms. Bentyne
BRASIL was The Manhattan Transfer’s approach to Brazilian music. During the sessions, they worked with some of today’s most gifted songwriters, including Ivan Lins, Milton Nascimento, Djavan, and Atlantic Jazz recording artist Gilberto Gil. The songs were re-arranged and then re-fitted with English lyrics. The album won the Grammy for Best Pop Peformance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. The song Soul Food To Go hit on Billboard’s Top Adult Contemporary chart.