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Eliana PittmanCarimbo 1, 2 ... LP
RCA (Brazil), 1976. Very Good+ ... $24.99
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✨✧ Eliana Pittman & Booker PittmanAo Vivo Na Boate Porao 73 ... CD
Discobertas (Brazil), 1966. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Vintage live material from the duo of singer Eliana Pittman and saxophonist Booker Pittman – one of the cooler musical pairs in Brazil during the 60s! Pittman plays soprano sax in a way that's worth the price of admission alone – steeped in the older sounds of the Sidney Bechet generation, but also with some knowledge of more modern styles from the 50s onwards – in a way that gives him a really nice edge, even when things seem as if they might be familiar! And Booker also sings a bit too – in this raspy style that's very warm and compelling, but which maybe also gets eclipsed by the really fantastic vocals of Eliana Pittman – one of the more soulful samba vocalists of the period, but also working here in a jazz-based mode too – which is a nice change from some of her other albums with Booker. The set's a live one – recorded at the club Porao 73 in 1976 – and titles include "Tristeza", "St Louis Blues", "Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho", "Hello Dolly", and "Summertime/Stormy Weather/You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You". CD

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