Caminho De Casa was flutist Herbie Mann's third album with his group Jasil Brazz and his first for Chesky Records. Re-issued for the first time in Hybrid Multi-Channel SACD, this 1990 recording from the legendary RCA Studio A in New York City features a rich repertoire including compositions from prominent Brazilian composers of the time including Ivan Lins, Milton Nascimento, Nelson Ayres and Roberto Carlos.
Main Artist Herbie Mann
Paul Socolow - arranger, bass
Cafe - percussion
Ricky Sebastian - drums
Romero Lubambo - arranger, guitar
Eduardo Simon - piano
Mark Soskin - arranger, piano
Producer Jeral Benjamin, David Chesky, Herbie Mann
Executive Producer Norman Chesky
Co-Producer Matthew Epstein, Kevin King Hernandez, Lisa Hershfield
Engineer Bob Katz
Assistant Engineer Rick Eckerle, Dennis Ferrante
Editing Engineer Nicholas Prout
Mastering Engineer Nicholas Prout
Recorded March 14-16, 1990.
This album was made with the purest audio path, using the very best microphones, mic preamps, analog-to-digital converters, recorders, and cables with careful attention to detail to produce the most transparent and natural sound available today.
Caminho de Casa (JD40)
- Caminho de Casa: Pathway Home (Nelson Ayres)
- Gabriela's Song (Dori Caymmi)
- Aparecida (Ivan Lins)
- Seu Corpo: Your Body (Erasmo Carlos/Roberto Carlos)
- Pao E Poesia: Bread And Poetry (Moraes Moreira/Fausto Nilo)
- Yesterday's Kisses (Herbie Mann)
- Anima: Soul (Milton Nascimento/Jose Renato)
- Choro das Aguas: Cry Of The Waters (Ivan Lins/Vitor Martins)
- Doa a Quem Doer: Not Matter Who It Hurts (Ivan Lins)
Liner Notes by Herbie Mann.
Art direction by Aldo Sampieri.
Photography by David King.
Reviews"This is a remarkably consistent set flowing naturally from one tune to another...The contributions from pianists Eduardo Simon, and Mark Soskins and from New Orleans drummer Ricky Sebastian are superb, providing a consistently subtle and sympathetic backdrop to Mann's flute...It is a rewarding listen; gentle, lyrical and very well produced. If you like your Jobim you won't go wrong here." - HiFi Plus