Carnaval (Spyro Gyra album)


Carnaval (Spyro Gyra album)

Infobox Album
Name = Carnaval
Type = studio
Artist = Spyro Gyra


Released = Start date|1980
Recorded =
Genre =
Length =
Label = MCA Records
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album = "Catching the Sun"
(1980)
This album = "Carnaval"
(1980)
Next album = "Freetime"
(1981)

"Carnaval" is the fourth album by Spyro Gyra from 1980. The album cover showed a man cheering with a group of people, happily by a big city in Brazil. It also showed a tropical bird on a tree in a rain forest.

Track listing and personnel

1. "Cafe A'More" (Chet Catallo) - 5:02

*Jay Beckenstein: Saxophone
*Tom Schuman: Keyboards
*Chet Catallo: Guitar
*Will Lee: Bass
*Eli Konikoff: Drums
*Crusher Bennett: Percussion
*Randy Brecker: Trumpet
*Dave Samuels: Marimba
*Rob Mounsey: Polyphonic Synth
*Michael Brecker: Flute

2. "Dizzy" (Tom Schuman/Eli Konikoff) - 4:40

*Jay Beckenstein: Saxophone
*Tom Schuman: Keyboards
*Chet Catallo: Guitars
*Hiram Bullock: Guitars
*Will Lee: Bass
*Eli Konikoff: Drums
*Gerardo Velez: Percussion
*Crusher Bennett: Percussion
*Randy Brecker: Trumpet
*Dave Samuels: Marimba
*Rob Mounsey: Polyphonic Synth
*David Darling: Cello
*Hiram Bullock: Guitar Solo

3. "Awakening" (Jeremy Wall) - 5:48

*Jay Beckenstein: Saxophone
*Tom Schuman: Keyboards
*Chet Catallo: Guitars
*John Tropea: Guitars
*Jim Kurzdorfer: Bass
*Eli Konikoff: Drums
*Gerardo Velez: Percussion
*Richard Calandra: Percussion
*Rob Mounsey: Polyphonic Synth
*David Darling: Cello

4. "Cachaca" (Jay Beckenstein) - 4:18

*Jay Beckenstein: Sax and Acoustic Piano
*Tom Schuman: All other Keyboards
*Chet Catallo: Guitars
*John Tropea: Guitar Solo
*Will Lee: Bass
*Steve Jordan: Drums
*Gerardo Velez: Percussion
*Crusher Bennett: Percussion
*Steve Kroon: Percussion
*Rob Mounsey: Polyphonic Synth

5. "Fox Trot" (Jay Beckenstein) - 4:40

*Jay Beckenstein: Saxophone
*Tom Schuman: Keyboards
*Chet Catallo: Guitars
*John Tropea: Guitars
*Will Lee: Bass
*Eli Konikoff: Drums
*Gerardo Velez: Percussion
*Randy Brecker: Trumpet
*Dave Samuels: Vibraphone
*Rob Mounsey: Polyphonic Synth

6. "Sweet 'N Savvy" (Tom Schuman) - 5:12

*Jay Beckenstein: Saxophone
*Tom Schuman: Keyboards
*Chet Catallo: Guitars
*John Tropea: Guitars
*Will Lee: Bass
*Eli Konikoff: Drums
*Gerardo Velez: Percussion
*Crusher Bennett: Percussion
*Dave Samuels: Marimba
*Rob Mounsey: Polyphonic Synth

7. "Bittersweet" (Jay Beckenstein) - 4:28

*Jay Beckenstein: Saxophones
*Tom Schuman: Keyboards
*Chet Catallo: Guitars
*John Tropea: Guitars and Solo
*Will Lee: Bass
*Eli Konikoff: Drums
*Crusher Bennett: Percussion
*Dave Samuels: Vibraphone
*Rob Mounsey: Polyphonic Synth

8. "Carnaval" (Jeremy Wall) - 5:26

*Jay Beckenstein: Saxophone
*Jeremy Wall: Keyboards
*Hiram Bullock: Guitars
*Will Lee: Bass
*Steve Jordan: Drums
*Crusher Bennett: Congas
*Steve Kroon: Percussion
*Gerardo Velez: Percussion
*Randy Brecker: Trumpet
*Dave Samuels: Marimba


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