||Telecoteco CD (2008) |
Nico Rezende discography Recording information: Ambulante (SP), Zaga (??/2007-01/2008); Corredor 5 (??/2007-01/2008); Plage (RJ) (??/2007-01/2008).
Director: Paula Morelenbaum.
Photographer: Christian Gaul.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Zé Guilherme; Fernando Aponte; Ryuichi Sakamoto.
Arrangers: Marcos Cunha; Vittor Santos; Alexandre Moreira; Leo Gandelman; Antonio Pinto; Beto Villares; DJ Marcelinho da Lua; Juan Campodónico.
Personnel: Beto Villares (vocals, guitar, viola, keyboards); Marcos Valle (vocals, Fender Rhodes piano); Dalmo Medeiros, Chico Adnet, Paula Morelenbaum (vocals); Joao Gaspar (bandolim); Daniel Guedes, Ricardo Amado, Antonella Pareschi, Bernardo Bessler (violin); Marcos Cunha (viola, keyboards); Chico Pinheiro, Gabriel Improta, Jesuina Noronha Passaroto, Luis Galvao, Flavio Mendes (viola); Marcello Isdebski Salles, Marcio Eymard Malard, Jaques Morelenbaum (cello); Marcelo Bernardes (flute, clarinet); Leo Gandelman (flute, saxophone); Ubaldo Versolato (flute); Lino Simao Jr. (saxophone); Nahor Gomes (trumpet, flugelhorn); Vittor Santos, Sidnei Borgani (trombone); Alexandre Moreira, David Feldman, Joao Donato, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Luciano Supervielle (piano); Pepe Cisneros, Nico Rezende (Fender Rhodes piano); Marcelo Costa, Sidinho Moreira, Joao Parahyba (percussion); DJ Marcelinho da Lua ...
||Brazilian Soul CD (1999)
Nico Rezende CD discography Principally recorded at Chorus and Magic Music Studios, Rio De Janiero, Brazil.
Saxophonist/keyboardist Gandelman delivers on this album's titular promise. His is a modern, cosmopolitan variant on Brazilian musical traditions. While he bases tracks around samba and bossa nova rhythms, electronic riffs and beats abound, making for an unusual and reward fusion of old ...
||Perlas Negras CD |
Nico Rezende albums One of Brazil's premier jazz composers, arrangers, producers and saxophonists for more than twenty years, Black Pearls is Leo Gandelman's long-overdue American debut. Black Pearls includes compositions by such Afro-Brazilian legends as Pixinguinha, Milton Nascimento, Djavan and Gilberto Gil, and also Stevie Wonder (with a lush yet funky rendition of the ballad "Overjoyed"). ...