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Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz album for sale by Shorty Rogers was released Oct 08, 2002 on the Collectables label. Like Stan Getz, Shorty Rogers was a horn player deeply influenced by the cool jazz innovations of Miles Davis in the 1950s. Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz songs Also like Getz, Rogers was intrigued by bossa nova, the Brazilian song form that was gaining popularity at the time. Getz paired with two of bossa nova's greatest innovators (Joao Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim) and made the bigger splash, but Rogers's BOSSA NOVA album should not be overlooked. Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz CD music contains a single disc with 21 songs. ...See Full Description
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||A return to Shorty|
Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz songs I've enjoyed the Shorty Rogers LP's years ago and didn't realize that they were remade into the CD medium....
By a reviewer (Higland Park, IL)
||2 great Shorty LPs back in print|
Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz album for sale Two great Shorty Rogers albums from Frank Sinatra's Reprise Records are reissued together on this single cd. Both albums tackle specific themes: brazilian-flavored bossa nova compositions and waltz-time jazz numbers.
By a reviewer (Chicago, IL)
||Another winner from Collectables|
Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz CD music Another winner from Collectables, this two-fer contains some good west coast jazz played by all the usual suspects. Some good arrangements that bring out the best in these tunes and allow the soloists plenty of room to shine.
By a reviewer (Cheltenham, England)
||Out of print album finally released|
Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz buy CD music After literally decades of being unavailable, we finally have Shorty's Bossa Nova album. A highlight of this album is No More Blues.
By a reviewer (Manteca, CA)
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Bossa Nova/Jazz Waltz songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5017440|
|Release Date||Oct 08, 2002|
|Recording Time||72 minutes|
|Personnel||Shorty Rogers - trumpet|