Eumir Deodato (Hammond B3, el-p, p, arr), Sergio Barroso (b), Ivan Conti (d), Bebeto, Helcio Milito, Orlandivo (perc), Durval Ferreira, Zé Menezes (g), Marvin Stamm, John Frosk (tp, flh), Wayne Andre (tb), Phil Bodner (ts, fl), Romeo Penque (bs, fl)
Reference: FARO 209 LP
Bar code: 5060211503726
Format: LP / 12" / 33rpm / STEREO
Label: FAR OUT RECORDINGS
Catalogue Reference: FARO 209 LP (Equipe EQS 100.001)
Recording Year: 1972
Country of Pressing: Europe
Comments: 180 Gram Heavyweight Vinyl
Includes Code for a digital download of the full album
Sealed New Copy
Cover Grade: MINT
Vinyl Grade: MINT
"One of Brazil’s most prolific artists, Eumir Deodato has participated in the creation of over 450 albums, racked up 16 platinum records, won a Grammy (and received two more nominations), and sold over 250 million records in the USA alone. Over the course of his career, he has written for, arranged music by and played with artists including Frank Sinatra, Tom Jobim, Kool & The Gang, Earth, Wind & Fire, Marcos Valle, Aretha Franklin and Bjork, among others.
At the height of Deodato’s productivity in the early 70s, Os Catedraticos 73 was recorded between Rio de Janeiro and New York, featuring a Brazilian rhythm section including Azymuth drummer Ivan Mamão Conti, percussion master Orlandivo, and Sergio Barroso on bass, while the horn section features some of the big apple’s top players from the CTI in-house brass.
A firm favourite with rare-groove enthusiasts and fans of Latin jazz alike, Deodato melds the musical sensibility of post-bossa nova Brazilian jazz with North American soul & funk, and the explosive Latin influences of 70s New York. Os Catedraticos 73 certainly swings harder than some of Deodato’s earlier releases and opening track ‘Arranha Ceu’ (Skyscrapers) is a euphoric dance floor classic, which has been lighting up clubs for years.
With the blessing of Deodato himself, this official Far Out reissue has been remastered and pressed to 180g vinyl, with replica original artwork from the original Equipe release."