Romero Lubambo :: Brazilian Jazz Guitarist Extraordinaire

"Equally facile on electric and acoustic, Lubambo has become one of the most frequently recorded guitarists in the world."  — Mark Holston, Guitar Player magazine

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Two Brotherss
Chico Pinheiro & Romero Lubambo

"A winning combination of raw energy, finesse and deeply intuitive, spur-of-the-moment calls that give every take its own sparkling personality."

— Mark Holston, Jazziz

The art of Brazilian guitar playing has almost become a musical genre unto itself. The gorgeous music written by composers like Antônio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto echoes differently on six strings. Guitarists Romero Lubambo and Chico Pinheiro have spent their lives absorbing and refracting Brazilian music through the lens of the guitar. On their new recording, "Two Brothers," the pair meets for a groundbreaking duo album of their favorite pieces, showing their true mastery of both the Brazilian and Jazz guitar styles.

On the album:
  1. Aquele Um
  2. Samba E Amor
  3. Windmills of Your Mind
  4. Red Blouse
  5. Waltz for Debby
  6. Wave
  7. Send One Your Love
  8. My Future
  9. For No One
10. Morro Dois Irmãos
11. Sally's Tomato
12. Until

Listen to "Aquele Um" from the album, "Two Brothers"

Live at Dizzy's
Romero Lubambo & Rafael Piccolotto Chamber Orchestra

"[Romero] possesses the other-worldly command of subtleties and nuances that can only be coaxed from the hands of a master."

— Wynton Marsalis, from the liner notes to "Live at Dizzy's"

The music that Romero Lubambo creates is bursting with emotion, and technically brilliant. He has become an expert at squeezing meaningful nuance and feeling from his guitar, a true exemplar of his native Brazil's saudade. On his new recording, "Live at Dizzy's," Lubambo experiences a first as he teams up with arranger Rafael Piccolotto de Lima to present his music with the more expansive color and texture palette of a chamber jazz orchestra.

On the album:
  1. Lukinha
  2. Bachião
  3. Pro Romero
  4. By the Stream
  5. Frevo Camarada
  6. Samba de Proveta
  7. Route 66
  8. Paquito in Bremen
  9. Prêt-à-Porter de Tafetá
10. Pro Flavio

Listen to "Pro Romero" from the album, "Live at Dizzy's"

At Play
Romero Lubambo, Helio Alves, Edu Ribeiro & Reuben Rogers

"[Romero Lubambo] is a magician with an unmistakable blend of jazz, Brazilian music and perfection."

— Felix Contreras, NPR

On their exhilarating new acoustic Brazilian jazz quartet album "At Play," Romero Lubambo (acoustic guitar), Helio Alves (acoustic piano), Edu Ribeiro (drums) and Reuben Rogers (double bass) deliver a nine-song collection of originals and covers, including tracks by legendary Brazilian songwriters Caetano Veloso, Dori Caymmi, Joao Bosco and Debora Gurgel. Inspired by the band's first-ever live set together at Cornelia Street Café, "At Play," captures lightning in a bottle, as the four musicians infuse the album with soaring energy and some of the magic of their first night together on stage.

On the album:
  1. Bala Com Bala
  2. Amazon River
  3. P'ro Romero
  4. It's Clear
  5. Re:Joyce
  6. Cebola No Frevo
  7. Trilhos Urbanos
  8. Bebe
  9. Na Calada Do Dia

Listen to "Re:Joyce" from Romero's latest album, "At Play"

Open Studio Records

Rio Meets New Orleans: Live From Tokyo
Romero Lubambo & Peter Martin

"Romero is the best Brazilian guitarist there is."

— Herbie Mann

"Rio Meets New Orleans: Live From Tokyo," recorded live at the Cotton Club in Tokyo's famous Ginza district, unites two Grammy award-winning musical masters, Brazilian guitarist Romero Lubambo and pianist Peter Martin, in a celebration of two great international cities, Rio De Janeiro and New Orleans. The music, history, food and culture of Brazil and New Orleans have so much in common that it just seems logical to put them together: the liveliness and musicality of long-familiar cities like Rio and New Orleans makes them feel right at home. And the music reflects their roots, and their passions.

On the album:
  1. Gostoso Demais
  2. Broadmoor
  3. Donna Lee
  4. Song for Kaya
  5. Tango du Jour
  6. Dippermouth
  7. Lukinha
  8. Cuba New Orleans
  9. Giant Steps

Listen to "Lukinha" from the album, "Rio Meets New Orleans"

Open Studio Records

Quase Memória
Edú Lobo, Romero Lubambo & Mauro Senise

"Lubambo is a masterful guitarist who writes seductive songs."

— Thomas Conrad, JazzTimes

"Quase Memória (Almost Memory)" completes the trilogy that brought together Edú Lobo, Romero Lubambo and Mauro Senise on the albums "Every Feeling" and "Dos Navegantes," which won a Latin Grammy in 2017. In addition to the title track, the CD features the unreleased tracks "Silence," "Peregrine" and "Neverland," which was recorded only once by Boca Livre.

"Almost Memory" was composed by Edú when he read Carlos Heitor Cony's novel of the same name many years ago. At the time of choosing the repertoire, Edú's full memory rescued "Almost Memory" to name the new album. Edú, with a young voice (despite his 76 years) and clear tone ringing with tenderness and compassion, is here at his peak. The vocal strength of the album does not intimidate its instrumental strengths; on the contrary, the music instigates it as Senise and Lubambo, the other protagonists of the trilogy, surpass their previous performances here.

On the album:
  1. O Dono Do Lugar
  2. Terra Do Nunca
  3. As Mesmas Histórias
  4. Lábia
  5. Rosinha
  6. Branca Dias
  7. Canudos
  8. Peregrina
  9. Senhora Do Rio
10. Siléncio
11. Quase Memória

Listen to "As Mesmas Histórias" from the album "Quase Memória"

Dos Navegantes
Edu Lobo, Romero Lubambo & Mauro Senise

"[Romero Lubambo] is a magician with an unmistakable blend of jazz, Brazilian music and perfection."

— Felix Contreras, NPR

"Dos Navegantes," which won a Latin Grammy in 2017, with Edu Lobo (vocals), Romero Lubambo (guitar and guitar) and Mauro Senise (sax and flute) — along with Cristóvão Bastos (piano), Bruno Aguilar (percussion) and Mingo AraÚjo (percussion) — captures a show recorded live at the Cecília Meireles Hall in the heart of Rio De Janeiro, and features a collection of songs by Lobo. The trio demonstrates the maturity of their talents that, over the years, shared important moments in history and, in their work, prove the advantages of the pursuit of beauty.

On the album:
  1. A Morte De Zambi
  2. Toada
  3. Valsa Brasileira
  4. Na Ilha De Lia, No Barco
      De Rosa
  5. Valsa Dos Clowns
  6. Gingado Dobrado
  7. Cidade Nova
  8. Dos Navegantes
  9. Considerando
10. O Circo Místico
11. Noturna

Listen to "Gingado Dobrado" from the album, "Dos Navegantes"

The Romero Lubambo Trio

"Guitarist Romero Lubambo takes melody, rhythm, and harmony and fuses them into one soaring entity..."

— David R. Adler, All Music

Not many musicians are more enthusiastic about performance and collaboration than Romero Lubambo.

The virtuoso guitarist has been based in the United States for decades but regularly makes it back to his native Brazil for innumerable projects with musicians of all sorts. On one of these trips, Lubambo met drummer Thiago Rabello. The Rio de Janeiro-born Lubambo was greatly impressed by the percussionist from São Paulo during a weeklong residency in Bahia. So when the guitarist was scheduled to perform in São Paulo shortly thereafter, he naturally reached out to Rabello to be his drummer and to help find a bassist. It was with the suggestion and addition of Sidiel Vieira that Lubambo's Brazilian trio became whole.

In Rabello and Vieira, Lubambo found two musicians who are excellent players and fantastic people. Upon his arrival in Brazil, Lubambo found that his trio mates had not only learned his music but had memorized it, requiring only one rehearsal before they were able to take their music on the road. The trio's rapport can be heard on their new recording "Sampa," an energetic and diverse program recorded in São Paulo (the title being a local colloquialism for the city’s name) at Rabello's recording studio.

On the album:
  1. Song for Kaya
  2. Gostoso Demais
  3. Estamos Aí
  4. Contrato de
  5. New Slash Blues
  6. Paquito In Bremen
      (for Paquito D'Rivera)
  7. P'ro Flavio
     (for my Father)
  8. Nature's Beauty
  9. Dipper Mouth
10. Luisa
      (for my Daughter)
11. For Donato
      (for João Donato)

Listen to "Estamos Aí" from the album "Sampa"

Setembro: A Brazilian Under The Jazz Influence
The Romero Lubambo Trio

Romero Lubambo's "Setembro: A Brazilian Under The Jazz Influence" is a fabulous aural portrait of a musician who bridges the divide between jazz and Brazilian popular music, and between acoustic and electric jazz guitar.

"Setembro" brings Romero's influences full circle, as he performs jazz standards, tunes from legendary Brazilian composers, and his own compositions.

On the album:
  1. Influência Do Jazz
      (Under The Jazz

  2. Darn That Dream
  3. Meditação
  4. Joana Francesa
  5. Muriqui
  6. Setembro
  7. All The Things You
  8. Nira
  9. Lukinha
10. Love Letters
11. Days Of Wine and
12. Eu Preciso Aprender

Listen to "Days of Wine and Roses " from the album "Setembro"

Exclusive "Setembro" European Release with Artwork by Elizabeth Arlt

Edition Longplay in Germany has released a limited-edition, audiophile high-quality recording of "Setembro" featuring exclusive artwork by Elizabeth Arlt entitled "Close Your Eyes."

Learn more at the Edition Longplay website

SÓ: Brazilian Essence
Romero Lubambo

"Só" is a must for all fans of Brazilian guitar and the purest expression of Lubambo's art to date."

— Allen Morrison, DownBeat (May 2014)

"Só: Brazilian Essence" captures Romero's on-stage energy and spontaneity in a solo recording... his first new release in eight years.

On the album:
  1. Aquarela Do Brasil
  2. Brigas Nunca Mais
  3. Paquito In Bremen
  4. Pedra Bonita
  5. Você E Eu
  6. Song for Kaya
  7. Luisa
  8. Coisa Mais Linda
  9. Insensatez
10. Samambaia
11. By The Stream
12. A Felicidade
13. Laura

Listen to "Aquarela Do Brasil" from the album "Só"

Romero Lubambo (featuring Pamela Driggs)

"Rejoice" is a compilation of tracks from three of Romero's CDs on the Aosis Records label in Japan

"Rejoice" showcases a stellar array of musical talent, featuring Pamela Driggs with Cesar Camargo Mariano, Gild Goldstein, Jose Lourenco, Leon Pendarvis, Sergio Brandao, Artur Maia, Marcelo Mariano, Nilson Matta, Kip Reed, Carlos Bala, Rocky Bryant, Dudka da Fonseca, Ricky Sebastian, Mark Walker, Marcio Bahia and Cyro Baptista.

On the album:
  1. By the Brook
  2. Café
  3. Route 66
  4. O que é Amar
  5. Fly So High
  6. The Ducks
  7. Sally's Tomato
  8. Heaven Here
  9. Lukinha
10. Deixa
11. Re:Joyce

Listen to "Sally's Tomato" from the album "Rejoice"

"Rejoice" is currently unavailable.

Romero Lubambo

Featuring the song "Nature's Beauty," which can be heard as the beautiful music in many videos on TikTok.

On his MAXJAZZ debut release, "Softly," Brazilian guitarist Romero Lubambo performs a variety of compositions including traditional Brazilian songs and American standards as well as original works.

The unique aspect of this recording is that each song has multiple guitar parts all played by Lubambo with different acoustic and electric guitars.

Lubambo has been one of the most impressive South American guitarists to arrive on the jazz scene. He's appeared on numerous recordings and also been a part of the group Trio da Paz, but this date for Maxjazz is a special project that he had long sought to do, consisting of individual parts on different guitars mixed together, including classical instruments, electric, fretless, cavaquinho, and guitar synthesizer. Unlike many such multi-tracked solo projects, this one succeeds because Lubambo's avoids excessive layering; the songs have the feeling of multiple musicians playing together.

On the album:
  1. Vitoriosa
  2. Just the Two of Us
  3. Nature's Beauty
  4. Ingenuo
  5. Vieste
  6. Fly So High
  7. In the Wee Small Hours
  8. Heaven Here
  9. Comin' Home Baby
10. I Fall in Love Too Easily
11. By the Stream
12. Pamela Elaine
13. Happy Madness
14. Time After Time

Listen to "Nature's Beauty"
from the album "Softly"

Rio de Janeiro Underground
Romero Lubambo (feat. Herbie Mann & Ivan Lins)

"Rio de Janeiro Underground" is a combination of several influences that Romero Lubambo was exposed to, having been brought up in that incredible city. From bossa nova, to funk, to second line, to Brazilian country music, to jazz, and to street samba... all these types of music touched the guitarist greatly; not necessarily played on the radio, but in backyards, jam sessions and on the streets of Rio.

For this project, Lubambo chose musicians that are masters of many different types of music to bring back the feelings he had making music in Rio. "It was a joy for me to work with them," says Lubambo. "To have Herbie Mann and Ivan Lins as special guests is a dream come true."

On the album:
  1. She Walks This Earth
  2. Easy Going
  3. Rio de Janeiro Underground
  4. For Donato
  5. Aparecida
  6. Cornfield
  7. Dipper Mouth
  8. Estrela Guia
  9. Sweeping The Chimney
10. Leblon
11. Avenida Central
12. Nira

Listen to "She Walks This Earth"
from the album "Rio de Janeiro Underground"

Rio Wave
Brazilian Nights featuring Romero Lubambo

["Rio Wave"] successfully balances the organics of Brazilian musical traditions with layers of industrial rhythmic effects and lush keyboard arrangements..."

— Jazziz Magazine (September 2002)

The core of "Brazilian Nights" is the famed jazz guitarist Romero Lubambo and the superb vocalist Pamela Driggs. The album features guest appearances by the Argentine saxophonist Gato Barbieri, vocalist and saxophonist Curtis Stigers, tenor saxophonists Michael Brecker and Steve Cole, flutist Herbie Mann, drummer Duduka Da Fonseca, keyboardist César Camargo Mariano and Grammy-nominated singer Jane Monheit, produced and arranged by Jason Miles (Sting, Miles Davis, etc.).

On the album:
  1. Rio Wave
  2. Mairzy Doats
      (with Pamela Driggs)
  3. From Brooklyn to Brazil
  4. It's You
      (with Curtis Stigers)
  5. Salt Song
      (with Michael Brecker)
  6. Triste
      (with Jane Monheit)
  7. Boa Vista Drive
      (with Steve Cole)
  8. Hobimiana
  9. Bahia
      (with Gato Barbieri)
10. By the Stream
11. On the Edge
      (with Herbie Mann)

Listen to "Jobimiana"
from the album "Rio Wave"

Brazilian Routes
Romero Lubambo

Guitarist Romero Lubambo lays down a smooth set of Brazilian jazz in a setting that includes a bit of Fender Rhodes, bass, drums, and percussion plus guest vocals by Pamela Driggs on one track, and a solo by fluitist and saxophonist Mauro Senise on another. There's an easy and relaxed feel to the set, which seamlessly blends classic jazz covers and several Lubambo originals: quite nice a strong counterpoint to the production, and which gives the CD a fluid, jazzy edge.

On the album:
  1. Love for Sale
  2. Pamela Elaine
  3. Route 66
  4. O Que e Amar?
  5. Sally's Tomato
  6. Correnteza
  7. Luisa

"Brazilian Routes" is currently out of print.

Love Dance
Romero Lubambo

"Love Dance," a 2000 six-song showcase, was recorded and produced in Japan for the Aosis Records label. A brilliantly articulated complilation that highlights Romero's electric and acoustic guitar (plus guitar synthesizer) alongside legendary Brazilian pianist Cesar Camargo Mariano (piano), electric bassist Marcelo Mariano (bass), Grammy award-winning jazz drummer and percussionist Mark Walker, and vocalist Pamela Driggs.

On the album:
  1. By The Brook
  2. NOS
  3. Valencia I
  4. Love Dance
  5. The Look of Love
  6. Re:Joyce

"Love Dance" is currently out of print.

Romero Lubambo

For "Lubambo" (Avant Japan), the Brazilian guitarist reimagines some of his compositions as solo guitar pieces by incorporating more of his classical guitar technique. The result is a classical solo guitar album that belongs in the collection of anybody who enjoys a tradition of reimigination and solo guitar á la John Fahey, Adrian Legg or Bola Sete.

Romero's technique is staggering at times; his harmonic and rhythmic sensibilities are complex and compelling and his compositions are wonderfully varied. Romero is capable of writing simple, romantic and achingly beautiful songs that Brazilians are famous for (such as "Nira") but he also gives us compositions that sound like they come from completely different traditions as well (listening to "Bachiao").

— cribbed from an Amazon review

Produced by Romero Lubambo
Executive Producer: John Zorn

On the album:
  1. Bachiao
  2. P'ro Flavio
  3. Ceero
  4. By the Brook
  5. Nira
  6. Trio da Paz
  7. Theme (#1)
  8. Batida Diferente
  9. Pamela Elaine
10. For Raphael
11. Magalha Blues
12. Valencia 1

"Lubambo" is currently out of print.

Collaborations    |    Romero Lubambo & Friends

Dos Navegantes

Todo Sentimento

Live In Europe



Brazilian Nights

Brazilian Duos


Rio Days, Rio Nights


Coisa Fina

Infinite Love

Face to Face

Shades of Rio


Camniho de Casa

Trio Da Paz  |  Romero Lubambo, Nilson Matta & Duduka da Fonseca


Live at JazzBaltica



Partido Out

Black Orpheus

Brazil from the Inside

Romero Lubambo: The Complete Discography

· Chico Pinheiro & Romero Lubambo, Two Brothers (Sunnyside Records)

· Romero Lubambo & Rafael Piccolotto Chamber Orchestra, Live at Dizzy's (Sunnyside Records)

· Romero Lubambo, Helio Alves, Edu Ribeiro & Reuben Rogers, At Play (Biscoito Fino)

· Romero Lubambo & Peter Martin, Rio Meets New Orleans: Live From Tokyo (Open Studio
· Edú Lobo, Romero Lubambo & Mauro Senise, Quase Memória (Biscoito Fino)

· Edu Lobo, Romero Lubambo & Mauro Senise, Dos Navegantes (Biscoito Fino)
· Romero Lubambo Trio, Sampa (Sunnyside Records)

· Trio Da Paz, 30 (ZOHO Music)
· Mauro Senise and Romero Lubambo, Todo Sentimento (Fina Flor)

· Romero Lubambo, Setembro: A Brazilian Under The Jazz Influence (Sunnyside Records)
· Angelique Kidjo, Angelique Kidjo Sings (with the Orchestre Philharmonique Du
(429 Records)

· Romero Lubambo, SÓ: Brazilian Essence (Sunnyside Records)
· Dianne Reeves, Beautiful Life (Concord Records)
· Diane Schuur, I Remember You (with Love to Stan and Frank) (JazzHeads Records)
· Jane Monheit, The Heart of the Matter (Concord Records)
· Luciana Souza, The Book of Chet (Sunnyside Records)
· Luciana Souza, Duos III (Sunnyside Records)
· Romero Lubambo, Rejoice (LubamboMusic)
· Sharon Isbin and Friends, Guitar Passions (Sony Classical)
· Sophie Millman, In the Moonlight (Entertainment One)
· Claudio Roditi, Bons Amigos (Resonance Records)
· Various Artists, The Art of Love (Deutsche Grammophon)
· Cyro Baptista, Infinito (Tzadik)
· Fahir Atakoglu, Faces and Places (Far and Here)
· Jackie Ryan, Doozy (OpenArt)
· Luciana Souza, Tide (Universal Music France)
· Dianne Reeves, When You Know (Blue Note)
· Trio da Paz with Joe Locke, Live at JazzBaltica (MAXJazz)
· Angelique Kidjo, Djin Djin (Razor & Tie)
· Luciana Souza, The New Bossa Nova (Verve)
· Romero Lubambo, Softly (MaxJazz)
· Romero Lubambo and Leny Andrade, Lua do Arpoador (Biscoito Fino)
· Romero Lubambo and Lica Cecato, Live In Europe (Seven Music)
· Luciana Souza, Duos II (Sunnyside Records)
· Trio da Paz, Somewhere (Blue Toucan)
· Dianne Reeves, Christmas Time is Here (Blue Note)
· Jane Monheit, Taking a Chance on Love (Sony Music)
· Romero Lubambo and Pamela Driggs, Heaven Here (Aosis Records/JVC)
· Caribbean Jazz Project, Birds of a Feather (Concord Records)
· Dianne Reeves, A Little Moonlight (Blue Note)
· Freddy Cole, In the Name of Love (Telarc)
· Pamela Driggs, Itacuruçá (411 Records)
· Romero Lubambo, Rio de Janeiro Underground (441 Records)
· Romero Lubambo and Cesar Mariano, Duo (Sunnyside Records)
· Yo-Yo-Ma, Obrigado Brasil (Sony Classical)
· Angelique Kidjo, Black Ivory Soul (Sony Music)
· Claudia Acuña, Rhythm of Life (Verve)
· Kenny Barron, Canta Brasil (Universal Music)
· Romero Lubambo, Brazilian Nights (Q Records)
· Diana Krall, The Look of Love (Verve)
· Dianne Reeves, The Calling (Blue Note)
· Luciana Souza, Brazilian Duos (Sunnyside Records)
· Pamela Driggs, Midnight Sun (Aosis Records/JVC)
· Romero Lubambo, Brazilian Routes (Aosis Records/JVC)
· James Carter, Chasing the Gypsy (Atlantic Records)
· Richard Stoltzman, World Beat Bach (RCA)
· Romero Lubambo, Love Dance (Aosis Records/JVC)
· Various Artists, A Brazilian Love Affair (Telarc)
· Charlie Byrd, My Inspiration (Concord Records)
· Dianne Reeves, In the Moment (Blue Note)
· Dianne Reeves, Bridges (Blue Note)
· Regina Carter, Rhythms of the Heart (Verve)
· Romero Lubambo, Lubambo (Avan Records)
· Sadao Watanabe, Remembrance (Verve)
· Paula Robison, Rio Days, Rio Nights (Arabesque Too)
· Richard Stoltzman, Danza Latina (RCA)
· Sadao Watanabe, Viajando (Verve)
· Trio da Paz, Café (Malandro Records)
· Trio da Paz, Partido Out (Malandro Records)
· Cyro Baptista, Vira Loucos (Avan Records)
· Marcelo Zarvos, Labyrinths (M.A. Records)
· Tom Harrell, The Art of Rhythm (BMG)
· Various Artists, Casa da Bossa (Polygram)
· Adela Dalto, Exotica (Venus Records)
· Astrud Gilberto, Live in New York (Pony Canyon Records)
· Herbie Mann, America/Brasil (Lightyear Entertainment)
· Herbie Mann, Celebration (Lightyear Enterainment)
· Lee Konitz + Brazilian Band, Brazilian Rhapsody (Venus Records)
· Yoshiko Kishino, Photograph (GRP Records)
· Ana Caram, Bossa Nova (Chesky Records)
· Brasilia, River Wide (Kokopelli Records)
· Kathleen Battle, So Many Stars (Sony Classical)
· The Tango Kings, The Tango Kings (Big World Music)
· Trio da Paz, Black Orpheus (Kokopelli Records)
· Grover Washington Jr., All My Tomorrows (Columbia Records)
· Marisa Monte, Verde Anil Amarelo Cor de Rosa e Carvao (EMI)
· Romero Lubambo and Leny Andrade, Coisa Fina (Perfil Musical)
· Romero Lubambo and Mauro Senise, Paraty (Perfil Musical)
· Paula Robison, Brasileirinho (Omega Record Group)
· Romero Lubambo and Gil Goldstein, Infinite Love (Big World Music)
· Romero Lubambo and Rafael Rabello, Shades of Rio (Chesky Records)
· Romero Lubambo and Weber Drummond, Two (GSP)
· Larry Coryell, Live from Bahia, CTI
· Trio da Paz, Brazil from the Inside, Concord Jazz
· Marisa Monte, Mais (World Pacific)
· New York Voices, Hearts of Fire (GRP Records)
· David Chesky, The New York Chorinhos (Chesky Records)
· Herbie Mann, Caminho de Casa (Chesky Records)
· Rildo Horra and Romero Lubambo, Autonomia (Vision Music)
· Dizzie Gillespie, Phil Woods, Art Farmer, Rhythmstick (CTI Records)
· Herbie Mann, Opalescence (GAIA Records)
· Paquito D'Rivera, Tico Tico (Chesky Records)
· Herbie Mann, Jasil Brazz (R.B.I. Records)