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Gêmeos by Conrado Paulino

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Album Title: Quatro Climas ("Four Climates") - Conrado Paulino Quarteto
Label: Tratore
Released: 2015
Duration: 56:24

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Fiona's Comments

Speaks to the dual nature of Gemini's, sweet and sweeter. Beautiful guitar and trumpet features.

About the Album

A 24-bars minor blues, and also a jazzy homage to the jazz masters, mixing Miles (So What) with Wayne Shorter (Yes or No).

Track Listing

1) O Esquimó Em Olinda (Conrado Paulino)– w/ Alexandre Ribeiro
2) Me Zeni o Pet (C.Paulino)
3) Você Já Foi à Bahia? (Dorival Caymmi)
4) Se Parar (C.Paulino)
5) Valsa Errante (C.Paulino)– w/ Tatiana Parra
6) Canto Triste (Edu Lobo – Vinícius de Moraes)
7) Vivo Sonhando (Tom Jobim) – w/ Léa Freire
8) Gêmeos (C.Paulino)– w/ Daniel D’Alcântara
9) A Nova Sem Nome (C.Paulino)
10) It Might As Well Be Spring (Oscar Hammerstein – Richard Rodgers)
11) Anna Julia (Marcelo Camelo)

Personnel

Conrado Paulino
guitar, acoustic

Additional Personnel

Conrado Paulino, acoustic & electric guitar, compositions, arrangements
Debora Gurgel, piano
Marinho Andreotti, acoustic bass
Percio Sapia, drums
Special guests:
Alexandre Ribeiro (clarinet)
Daniel D'Alcantara (trumpet)
Lea Freire (flute)
Tatiana Parra (voice)

Date featured

May 23, 2019

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