Encounter is a studio album by Brazilian jazz singer Flora Purim that was released in 1977 on Milestone Records. Flora Purim – lead vocals, backing vocals
Purim is featured in a variety of challenging and stimulating settings: on two numbers ("Above the Rainbow" and "Tomara") with pianist McCoy Tyner; teamed up with tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson on Chick Corea's "Windows" and "Black Narcissus"; and utilizing such players as bass trombonist Raul DeSouza, keyboardists Hermeto Pascoal and George Duke, and singer Urszula Dudziak (who is. heard on "Encounter") plus Flora's husband, percussionist Airto. The music is primarily group originals and finds Flora Purim in peak form.
Encounter (LP, Album). Encounter (CD, Album, RE, RM). Original Jazz Classics, Milestone Records.
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Encounter is a latin jazz music album recording by FLORA PURIM released in 1976 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. FLORA PURIM - Encounter. Filed under Latin Jazz By FLORA PURIM. A1 Windows 5:32 A2 Latinas 3:42 A3 Uri (The Wind) 8:05 A4 Dedicated To Bruce 4:32 B1 Above The Rainbow 3:24 B2 Tomara (I Wish) 4:00 B3 Encounter 7:13 B4 Black Narcissus 6:34.
Speak No Evil (Flora Purim album). Speak no evil is a 2003 album by the Brazilian singer Flora Purim. The name of the album is a tribute to a 1965 album and song by Wayne Shorter. The album is a fusion of jazz, samba, and other Latin rhythms, featuring Airto Moreira, Oscar Castro Neves, and her daughter, Diana Booker. The album reached number fifteen on the jazz album chart at Billboard magazine. Flora Purim – vocals. Gary Meek – flute, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet.
Listen free to Flora Purim – Encounter (Windows, Latinas and more). Encounter leans more towards traditional jazz than Flora Purim's other mid-70's albums by including such jazz standards as Chick Corea's "Windows" and "Black Narcissus" by Joe Henderson and featuring jazz legends McCoy Tyner and Ron Carter. The usual collaborators from this period, George Duke, Alphonso Johnson and Ndugu Chancler, also make appearances as well as Polish vocalist Urszula Dudziak