Tropical Infinito is a musical homage of sorts from the pianist, exploring the jazz music of the early 1960s that influenced an entire generation of Brazilian bossa artists like himself.
This album, Carolina, is a suite of truly exquisite compositions, featuring some of Brazil’s finest musicians, who demonstrated their obvious joy in performing with Carol throughout the recording session. Even on first listening, it is clearly evident that this album is destined to become a “classic".
The Portuguese word ‘tema’ is usually translated as theme, tune, melody or song; but in this title I want to evoke a sense of a musician inviting others to play. That’s the way jazz players mean it in Brazil.
Legendary Brazilian pianist, composer and arranger Antonio Adolfo teams up with Rio-born singer Carol Saboya and established with jazz harmonica and vibraphone player Hendrik Meurkens to create an album of sultry vocal and instrumental Brazilian Jazz.
A Jazz Tribute to legendary Brazilian pianist /composer Ernesto Nazareth, by pianist, arranger and composer Antonio Adolfo and his Brazilian jazz group.
Instrumental Brazilian Jazz album arranged and performed by pianist Antonio Adolfo and sextet. The song list is comprised of tunes by Antonio Adolfo and by Jazz legends such as Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett.
Brazilian Jazz Vocal album, arranged and produced by Antonio Adolfo, with songs by Brazilian greats Milton Nascimento, Ivan Lins and partners. The album has distinguished guests such as David Liebman (sax).
Brazilian pianist Antonio Adolfo presents his quintet (piano, bass, guitar, drums and percussion) plus vocalist Carol Saboya on two tracks. The album reunites songs by Guinga, Chico Buarque and Adolfo interpreted with a Brazilian Jazz taste.
This new CD picks up where we left off with the acclaimed by the critics 2007 release, Antonio Adolfo and Carol Saboya Ao Vivo / Live.
When we began to develop the repertory and the overall conception of the show “Bossa Nova Forever", that originated this album, Carol and I desired to pay tribute to Bossa, to Samba Jazz and to that one with whom I had worked and had moments of great musical happiness: Elis Regina.