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Gilberto with Turrentine is an album by Brazilian samba and bossa nova singer Astrud Gilberto and American saxophonist Stanley Turrentine featuring performances recorded in 1971 released on the CTI label.[1]

Gilberto with Turrentine
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Studio album by
Released1971
RecordedJanuary 13, February 1 & 4, March 19 and April 6, 1971
StudioVan Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
GenreJazz
Length38:11
LabelCTI
CTI 6008
ProducerCreed Taylor
Astrud Gilberto chronology
I Haven't Got Anything Better to Do
(1969)
Gilberto with Turrentine
(1971)
Astrud Gilberto Now
(1972)
Stanley Turrentine chronology
The Sugar Man
(1971)
Gilberto with Turrentine
(1971)
Salt Song
(1971)

ReceptionEdit

The AllMusic review calls the album a "set that had some mildly entertaining moments."[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic     [2]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Wanting Things" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) – 2:35
  2. "Brazilian Tapestry" (Eumir Deodato) – 5:10
  3. "To a Flame" (Stephen Stills) – 3:17
  4. "Solo el Fin (For All We Know)" (Fred Karlin, Arthur James, Robb Wilson) – 3:10
  5. "Zazueira" (Jorge Ben) – 3:40
  6. "Ponteio" (José Carlos Capinam, Edú Lobo) – 3:35
  7. "Traveling Light" (Deodato, Martha Everett) – 3:25
  8. "Vera Cruz" (Fernando Brant, Gene Lees, Milton Nascimento) – 5:05
  9. "Historia de Amor (Love Story)" (Alfonso Alpin, Carl Sigman, Francis Lai) – 3:29
  10. "Where There's a Heartache (There Must Be a Heart)" (Bacharach, David) – 3:10
  11. "Just Be You" (Astrud Gilberto) – 2:29 Bonus track on CD reissue
  12. "The Puppy Song" (Harry Nilsson) – 3:21 Bonus track on CD reissue
  13. "Polytechnical High" (Deodato, Everett) – 2:48 Bonus track on CD reissue
  • Recorded at Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey on January 13 (tracks 9–11), February 1 (tracks 4 & 13), February 4 (tracks 1, 3, 7 & 12), March 19 (tracks 2 & 5), and April 6 (track 6 & 8), 1971

PersonnelEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Payne, Doug. "CTI Discography: 1970–72". Sound Insights. Retrieved 8 January 2018.
  2. ^ a b Wynn, Ron. "AllMusic Review". AllMusic. Retrieved 8 January 2018.