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All One


Download links and information about All One by Oscar Castro - Neves. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Jazz, World Music, Latin genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:03:35 minutes.

Artist: Oscar Castro - Neves
Release date: 2006
Genre: Jazz, World Music, Latin
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:03:35
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No. Title Length
1. Double Rainbow 4:53
2. All One 4:51
3. Kurski Funk 4:13
4. Morrer de Amor (featuring Luciana Souza) 4:50
5. Holding With an Open Hand 5:20
6. Náo Me Diga Adeus (featuring Luciana Souza) 2:47
7. Naima 4:44
8. Historia de un Amor 4:45
9. 'Round Midnight 4:54
10. The Very Thought of You 5:25
11. More Than Yesterday 5:07
12. There Will Never Be Another You 2:49
13. Prelude Op. 28, No. 20 4:39
14. One Bad Habit 4:18



Oscar Castro-Neves has been one of the most important Brazilian musicians on the jazz scene for some time. His skills as a guitarist, vocalist, composer, and arranger are all on display in this release. Starting with a swinging instrumental setting of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Double Rainbow," which incorporates Charlie Bisharat's Gypsy-like violin, Gary Meek's multiple reeds, and pianist Don Grusin, Castro-Neves signals that this is not going to be a predictable release. His compositions include the funky, strutting "All One" and the infectious "Holding with an Open Hand." The surprising rendition of "'Round Midnight" begins dramatically, then suddenly turns into a lively upbeat bossa nova. Equally compelling are his arrangements of standards like "The Very Thought of You" and "There Will Never Be Another You," both of which feature his warm, friendly vocals. The only disappointment is the inclusion of smooth jazzer Michael Franks' lightweight, monotonous "One Bad Habit" to close an otherwise flawless CD.