Recorded when she was at the peak of popularity, a result of her stint with Chick Corea's Return to Forever, 500 Miles High presents Flora Purim in concert at the 1974 Montreux Jazz Festival. Accompanied by an all-star band including guitarist David Amaro, flutist Herbie Mann, keyboardist Pat Rebillot, bass legend Ron Carter, and husband (and star in his own right) Airto Moreira on drums, vocals, and various percussion, the Brazilian songstress delivers a fiery performance that must have been a joy to behold.
500 Miles High is a live album by Brazilian jazz singer Flora Purim that was recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival. It was released in 1974 on Milestone Records. Flora Purim – vocals, percussion. David Amaro – electric and acoustic guitars. Pat Rebillot – electric piano, organ. Wagner Tiso – electric piano, organ.
Recorded at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 6, 1974. Cover report:" Special thanks is due to Festival director Claude Nobs. The opening announcement is by French disc jockey Pierre Lattes.
500 Miles High at Montreux Contents.
Flora Purim released it on the album 500 Miles High - Flora Purim at Montreux in 1976. It was covered by Lucy Shropshire with The Brian Derek Trio, Maggi Scott, Nate Najar, Mimi Fox and other artists. Released on. 500 Miles High - Flora Purim at Montreux Album 1976. Request a synchronization license. Added by wally creek.
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