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Motta) 05:22 Bridge (Flora Purim) 07:07 500 Miles High (C. Corea/N. Potter) 12:49 Cravo e Canela (M. Nascimento/R.
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500 Miles High is a live album by Brazilian jazz singer Flora Purim that was recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival. It was released in 1974 on Milestone Records. Flora Purim – vocals, percussion. David Amaro – electric and acoustic guitars. Pat Rebillot – electric piano, organ. Wagner Tiso – electric piano, organ.
Recorded when she was at the peak of popularity, a result of her stint with Chick Corea's Return to Forever, 500 Miles High presents Flora Purim in concert at the 1974 Montreux Jazz Festival. Accompanied by an all-star band including guitarist David Amaro, flutist Herbie Mann, keyboardist Pat Rebillot, bass legend Ron Carter, and husband (and star in his own right) Airto Moreira on drums, vocals, and various percussion, the Brazilian songstress delivers a fiery performance that must have been a joy to behold.
In 1974, Flora Purim performed the song at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Described as "wilder and more electric than in its Return to Forever studio version", the concert recording became the title track to her album, 500 Miles High. As one of her signature tunes, she revisited the song often and several are in release. Transformative jazz pianist George Shearing recorded the piece in 1977 for his album, also titled 500 Miles High. It is featured alongside mostly bebop jazz standards, making it the sole contemporary tune on the album.
Recorded at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 6, 1974. Cover report:" Special thanks is due to Festival director Claude Nobs. The opening announcement is by French disc jockey Pierre Lattes.
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500 Miles High is a live album by Brazilian jazz singer Flora Purim that was recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival. 1974 live album by Flora Purim. Live album by. Flora Purim.
Release group by Flora Purim. US. Milestone (historical jazz label, now part of Concord).
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|A3||500 Miles High||5:42|
|A4||Cravo E Canela (Cinnamon And Cloves)
Berimbau [Solo] – Airto MoreiraVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Milton Nascimento
Drums [Solo] – Airto Moreira
|B2||Uri (The Wind)||6:22|
Percussion [Solo] – Airto Moreira
- Recorded At – Montreux Jazz Festival
- Distributed By – Fonit Cetra
- Bass – Ron Carter
- Drums, Percussion, Berimbau – Roberto Silva*
- Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Airto Moreira
- Electric Piano, Organ – Pat Rebillot, Wagner Tiso
- Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – David Amaro
- Recorded By – Jim Stern
- Vocals, Percussion – Flora Purim
NotesRecorded at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 6, 1974.
Cover report:" Special thanks is due to Festival director Claude Nobs.
The opening announcement is by French disc jockey Pierre Lattes."
|M-9070||Flora Purim||500 Miles High (LP, Album, Pit)||Milestone||M-9070||US||1976|
|UCCO-90209||Flora Purim||500 Miles High (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Milestone||UCCO-90209||Japan||2013|
|HBS 6036||Flora Purim||500 Miles High - Flora Purim At Montreux (LP, Liv)||Milestone||HBS 6036||Italy||1977|
|00025218701822||Flora Purim||500 Miles High (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Milestone||00025218701822||Europe||2006|
|LP-S 56-7||Flora Purim||500 Miles High (LP, Album, Gat)||Fantasy||LP-S 56-7||Portugal||1976|