I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do Astrud Gilberto

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Album-Release:
1969

HRA-Release:
11.06.2014

Label: Universal / Verve

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Latin Jazz

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  • 1I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do (No Tengo Nada Mejor...)02:59
  • 2Didn't We02:57
  • 3Wailing Of The Willow02:16
  • 4Where's The Love02:22
  • 5The Sea Is My Soil03:28
  • 6Trains And Boats And Planes02:50
  • 7World Stop Turning02:18
  • 8Without Him04:35
  • 9Wee Small Hours02:18
  • 10If (The Biggest Little World)02:34
  • Total Runtime28:37

Info for I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do

„With her tenure on Verve drawing to a close, Astrud Gilberto steps further away from her bossa nova roots with I Haven't Got Anything Better to Do, an intimate, nocturnal set closer in scope and spirit to the Baroque pop of Burt Bacharach, whose 'Trains and Boats and Planes' is beautifully rendered here. In the liner notes Gilberto dubs it 'my fireplace album,' and indeed the record is immediately warm and comforting, despite the melancholy that colors all of the selections. Albert Gorgoni's arrangements are sumptuously romantic, perfectly complementing the simple, poignant vocals. Mistakenly considered a minor entry in the Gilberto canon, I Haven't Got Anything Better to Do is instead a minor masterpiece. Each song is ideally suited to her distinctive style and the disc as a whole maintains a consistency of mood and feeling largely unmatched in her catalog.“ (Jason Ankeny, All Music)

Astrud Gilberto, vocals
Sam Brown, guitar
Albert Gorgoni, guitar
Richard Davis, bass
George Duvivier, bass
Stan Free, keyboards
Frank Owens, keyboards
Paul Griffin, keyboards
Burt Collins, trumpet
John Glasel, trumpet
Irvin Markovitz, trumpet
Art Kaplan, saxophone
Wayne André, bass trombone
Mickey Gravine, bass trombone
Alan Rath, bass trombone
Ben Blumenreich, violin
Lewis Eley, violin
Joe Haber, violin
Lew Haber, violin
Harry Lookofsky, violin
Matthew Raimondi, violin
Tosha Samaroff, violin
Irving Spice, violin
Louis Stone, violin
Seymour Berman, viola
David Saxon, viola
Maurice Bialkin, cello
Seymour Barab, cello
Eugene Bianco, harp
Gary Chester, drums
David Carey, percussion
George Devens, percussion
Aiuto Morgira, percussion
Joe Venuto, percussion

Recorded in New York City at Century Sound Recording Studio
Engineered and produced by Brooks Arthur

Digitally remastered

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