ALEXANDRA JACKSON releases “Quiet Nights, Quiet Stars” (Corcovado) featuring MILES DAVIS with ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM & IVAN LINS

September 25, 2018

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ALEXANDRA JACKSON releases “Quiet Nights, Quiet Stars” (Corcovado)

featuring MILES DAVIS with ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM & IVAN LINS

 

 

“Quiet Nights” is the centerpiece of the landmark “Alexandra Jackson: Legacy & Alchemy” music album.  

 

The track features the trumpet of the late Miles Davis and appearances of living legends: Ivan Lins, Robertinho Silva and track Producer Arranger Larry Williams. The track is illustrative of what the iconic Brazilian songwriter/singer Lins refers to as “Total Music ... a blend of jazz, Brazilian, ethnic musics, instrumental, sung, completely modern.”

 

The Portuguese version (“Corcovado”) features the voice of its composer Antonio Carlos Jobim himself.

 

“Quiet Nights” is the JAZZIZ “song of the day," and the “Corcovado” version is featured in the JAZZIZ Magazine Fall Edition, its September and October online editions, and its Fall JOD sampler. 

 

In support, the Legacy and Alchemy label releases the video “Alexandra Jackson: Quiet Nights … Live at Blue Note Rio.”

 

The track’s release follows the successes of “Brazilica” featuring Larry Dunn, Darryl Jones and Maestro Charles Floyd with The Bossa Nova Noites Orquestra, “All One” featuring Al Jarreau with Larry Williams & Oscar Castro-Neves, and “Stage” featuring Larry Dunn and Al McKay.

 

ABOUT THE ALBUM:  “ALEXANDRA JACKSON: LEGACY & ALCHEMY”

 

The instant classic double CD also features the late Al Jarreau, Oscar Castro-Neves, Rod Temperton and Dona Ivone Lara, as well as Larry Dunn, Al McKay, Carlinhos Brown, Banda Black Rio, Hubert Laws, Siedah Garrett, Paulo Jobim, Daniel Jobim, Teo Lima, Armando Marcal, Paulo Calasans, Arthur Maia, Darryl Jones, Charles Floyd, and other Brazilian and American greats contributing to the historic album. Jackson’s Club France / French National Olympic House performance during the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics: “Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser” and “A Felicidade” (the album version featuring Paulo Jobim and Daniel Jobim).

 

With 10 songs from the album playing on over 200 stations in 8 formats (Sirius XM, UAC, Smooth Jazz. Jazz, Brazil Music, World Music, College and AAA) and streaming channels such as AccuRadio, Sounds of Brazil, Global Village and The Brazilian Hour, the international success is clear.  And, with CNN International recognizing Alexandra Jackson in the vanguard of re-launching Brazil music as contemporary music in the world, the project is off to a great start.  Indeed, music from Ms. Jackson’s album is enjoying worldwide acceptance — playing in U.S., Brazil, Japan, Canada, Mexico, and across Europe, where the album debuted at #20 on World Music Charts Europe.

 

In acknowledgment of the international appeal of the album, today Legacy and Alchemy also debuts 2 videos from Alexandra Jackson’s Club France / French National Olympic House show during the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics: the Milton Nascimento Clube da Esquina classic “Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser” and “A Felicidade” (album version featuring Paulo Jobim and Daniel Jobim).

 

 

 

 

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