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Milton Nascimento at Carnegie Hall

Read "Milton Nascimento at Carnegie Hall" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes


Milton Nascimento Carnegie Hall New York, New York November 18, 2009

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of his first Carnegie Hall appearance, Milton Nascimento presented exactly what his many fans were hoping for: an evening filled with many of his greatest hits, including a few numbers he hadn't played live in quite a few years. “it is a blessing to play here," he declared in English halfway through the set, acknowledging the passing ...

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Milton Nascimento and The Jobim Trio at the University of Michigan

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Milton Nascimento and The Jobim Trio University of Michigan, Hill Auditorium Ann Arbor, Michigan October 18, 2008

It's not often that all-star groups assembled to honor a particular milestone manage to coalesce in a manner that transcends the novelty factor to become a satisfying listening experience. But this is just exactly what has happened with the brilliant pairing of Brazilian star Milton Nascimento with the Jobim Trio. The unique ensemble first came together in ...

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Milton Nascimento with the Jobim Trio: Novas Bossas

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The Bossa Nova craze has been over for several years, but every so often an album comes out that proves there is still much to explore within the genre. Novas Bossas, a collaboration between Milton Nascimento and the Jobim Trio, certainly has the pedigree to turn out a classic; Nascimento was one of the late stars of the Brazilian music scene and the Jobim's certainly have the music running through their veins. The end result is an entertaining album filled ...

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Milton Nascimento & Belmondo: Milton Nascimento & Belmondo

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Belmondo are the French jazz musicians Lionel and Stephane Belmondo--the first a saxophonist and flautist, the second a trumpeter and flugelhornist--who have developed an interesting sideline in tribute albums featuring the artists being celebrated.

With pianist Horace Silver, the brothers recorded Love & Peace: A Tribute To Horace Silver (Verve, 1995), featuring Silver and singer Dee Dee Bridgewater on a selection of Silver hits. With multi-reed player Yusef Lateef, they made Influence (B-Flat Recordings, 2005), showcasing ...

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Milton Nascimento at The Blue Note, Oct 26, 2006

Read "Milton Nascimento at The Blue Note, Oct 26, 2006" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes


Milton Nascimento Blue Note Jazz Club New York October 26, 2006

Returning to the Blue Note for only the second time in his long career, Brazilian-born Milton Nascimento played a memorable concert on the fourth day of his week-long residence there. This time around, he was not promoting any particular album, so this year's show was not a repeat of 2005's Pietá tour, which featured protegé Marina Machado.

For this show, he was backed ...


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