Ricardo Silveira | Ate Amanha ('Til Tomorrow )

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Ate Amanha ('Til Tomorrow )

by Ricardo Silveira

Brand new studio recording from Brazil's leading guitarist Ricardo Silveira, highlighting material from his 26 year career and featuring Leo Gandelman, Paulo Sergio Santos and some of Brazil's most acclaimed instrumentalists.
Genre: Jazz: Bossa Nova
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1. Rocket's Tail
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2:55 album only
2. Ate Amanha ('Til Tomorrow)
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5:50 album only
3. You Can Get What You Want
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4:55 album only
4. Dois Irmaos (Two Brothers Mountain)
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5:25 album only
5. O Canto do Pico Pau ( Woodpecker's Sound)
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5:34 album only
6. Good to Play
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3:53 album only
7. West 26th
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5:20 album only
8. Pela Beira do Mar (Walking by the Sea)
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4:59 album only
9. Let's Move On
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7:26 album only
10. Bahia Drive
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6:49 album only
11. Threshold of Color
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6:39 album only


Album Notes
On ‘Til Tomorrow, his first Adventure Music Release since 2007’s acclaimed Outro Rio, guitarist Ricardo Silveira presents a career retrospective that contains highlights from his 26-year history as a solo artist, brought up to date for the new millennium. ‘Til Tomorrow includes newly recorded versions of such classic Silveira compositions as “Até Amanhã,” “Good to Play,” and “Let’s Move On,” from 1990’s Amazon Secrets (which reached the Top Ten on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Albums chart); “Rocket’s Trail,” “West 26th,” and “Bahia Drive” from Long Distance (1988); and “You Can Get What You Want” from 1989’s Skylight. Also included on the CD are several tracks from Bom de Tocar, Silveira’s 1984 Brazilian debut as a recording artist in his own right, after years as one of the most in-demand side men in Brazil working with such legendary artists as Milton Nascimento and Gilberto Gil. “Portal do Cor,” which appeared as an instrumental titled “55” on Bom de Tocar, features lyrics written by Nascimento, who included it on his own Encantos e Despididas release.

Highlighting a career that includes four CDs on the Billboard charts, and a nomination for a Latin Grammy award (for Silveira’s 2006 Adventure Music release, Noite Clara) ‘Til Tomorrow’s freshly minted tracks also feature contributions from fellow Brazilian luminaries Leo Gandelman and Vittor Santos.


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