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The Jimmy Namaro Thread
Jeff Central
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Posted: 2010-02-22 09:15 am   Permalink

As promised, here is a Jimmy Namaro discography that I have compiled.

I will post a bio and pictures when I find time. All the albums contain at least 2 Exotica tracks if not more. The Driftwood album is all Exotica. I have noted the Jimmy Namaro originals too!

Enjoy!

Cheers and Mahalo,
Jeff




Jimmy Namaro Discography






Jimmy Namaro Trio; With Mallets of 4 Thought, King Records, 685

1) With Mallets Toward Some (Namaro)
2) Venezuela
3) Love
4) Cool Fool (Namaro)
5) When I grow too Old to Dream
6) One of a Kind Mambo (Namaro)
7) Hammering Home (An Idea) (Namaro)
Nothing in This World (Compares to You) (Namaro)
9) I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin'
10) Laura
11) Similau
12) Late Late Blues (Namaro)






Jimmy Namaro Trio; At the Westbury, Columbia Records, FL264 (Canadian Import)

1) Sentimental Journey
2) Yesterdays
3) Sam for Short (Namaro)
4) Too Marvelous for Words
5) Changing Keys (Namaro)
6) Love for Sale
7) What is This Thing Called Love
I Cover the Waterfront
9) Morrocco (Namaro)
10) Dansero
11) Night Sounds (Namaro)
12) Babylon (Namaro)






Jimmy Namaro Trio; Driftwood, Dot Records, DLP 3246

1) Driftwood (Williams-Namaro)
2) Chi Chi Cha Cha Cha
3) East of the Sun
4) Beachcomber’s Blues (Namaro)
5) Lamento Marimba (Namaro)
6) Soft Sands (Namaro)
7) Kcammot (Namaro)
Balikpapan (Namaro)
9) Sand and Sandals
10) Nightingale
11) Cha Cha Chimes
12) Tahiti Boat





Jimmy Namaro; Plays Middle-Road Jazz at the Westbury, RCA Victor LCPS/LCP-1060 Canadian Import)

1) This Could Be the Start of Something Big
2) I’m Glad There is You
3) Misty
4) September Song
5) West Side Story (Medley)
6) Moanin’ (Namaro)
7) He-Wat’s Happening (What’s Happening) (Namaro)
Sonny’s Daze (Namaro)
9) Dark Eyes


Jimmy Namaro; The Latin Touch of, RCA Victor, CTLS-1089 (Canadian Import)

1) Man of La Mancha
2) Over the Rainbow
3) Call Me
4) Carnival Brasiliero
5) Jimmy
6) Pubba and the Puddy (Namaro)
7) This is My Song
Good Morning Annie (Namaro)
9) On a Little Street in Singapore
10) Lara’s Theme
11) Stranger in Paradise
12) St. Louis Blues Pachanga


Jimmy Namaro; We Gotta Get it All Together, Quality records, SV1883 (Canadian Import)

1) We Gotta Get it All Together (Namaro)
2) I Wanna Know
3) Lazy Afternoon
4) Despertar (Namaro)
5) Afro-Rock (Namaro)
6) Up a Lazy River
7) Nightingale
So Danco Samba
9) African Echoes (Namaro)
10) Climax


Music Production Library LP’s


Jimmy Namaro; CTL, Canadian Talent Library, M1050

1) Bossa Nova Para Que Jaime (Bossa Nova for Jimmy) (Namaro)
2) We Three (Namaro)
3) Street of Dreams
4) African Echoes (Namaro)
5) Anna Maria Waltz (Namaro)
6) Blue for Vibes (Namaro)
7) The Moon is Low
Body and Soul
9) Let’s Do It, Let’s Fall in Love
10) When the World was Young
11) Baia
12) Lonely One (Namaro)
13) The Man I Love


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tabuzak
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Posted: 2010-02-22 09:27 am   Permalink

Many thanks, Jeff. More fun stuff to hunt down...

I bet that library edition is a tough one to come by. Since it's production music, is it more on the easy listening edge than his other recordings?

Jack


 
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Jeff Central
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Posted: 2010-02-22 10:14 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-02-22 09:27, tabuzak wrote:
Many thanks, Jeff. More fun stuff to hunt down...

I bet that library edition is a tough one to come by. Since it's production music, is it more on the easy listening edge than his other recordings?

Jack



It is extremely hard to find especially here in the United States.

The album is actually split in half. Half strings and half Marimba/Vibes. A couple tracks have Strings and Marimba which really make it an interesting listen. This is the only album I have found where Jimmy Namaro uses a string section. The other tracks are pretty much Exotica!!

I think there is one other Music Production Library LP.

The search continues...........

Cheers and Mahalo,
Jeff


 
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tabuzak
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Posted: 2010-02-22 10:29 am   Permalink

Sounds essential.

Thanks again, Jeff.

Jack

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