Personnel: Joe Negri- guitar; Kim Nazarian- vocals; Duduka DaFonseca- drums; Marty Ashby- guitar; Dwayne Dolphin- acoustic bass; Jay Ashby- vocal on "Leva E Traz," trombone on "Red on Red," whistling on ". Choro," keyboards, percussion. Title: Afternoon In Rio Year Released: 1999 Record Label: MCG Jazz. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process
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Joseph Harold Negri (born June 10, 1926) is an American jazz guitarist and educator. He appeared on the 1959 children's television program Adventure Time. Negri appeared, along with pianist and fellow Pennsylvanian Johnny Costa, on the 1954 TV series, 67 Melody Lane, hosted by Ken Griffin. They played two songs: "After You've Gone" and "Little Brown Jug" the latter accompanied by Griffin at the organ. He also recorded with the Three Suns.
Afternoon In Rio (CD, Album). Michael Feinstein Featuring Guitar Legend Joe Negri. Michael Feinstein Featuring Guitar Legend Joe Negri - Fly Me To The Moon (CD, Album). Guitar, With Love (LP).
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Pittsburgh-based MCG Jazz released three Negri albums. Afternoon in Rio (1999) was his first solo album in 30 years, followed by Uptown Elegance and Guitars For Christmas (duets with guitarist/MCG Executive producer Marty Ashby). Joe’s book, A Common Sense Approach to Improvisation for Guitar (Mel Bay), appeared in 2002, and in 2006, the City of Pittsburgh honored his contributions to music-based youth education. In April, Duquesne honored him with an Evening with Joe Negri.
JOE NEGRI is a latin jazz, jazz related pop/art song/folk hard bop music artist. It is hard to describe music in Pittsburgh without first mentioning the name Joe Negri. A legendary figure with an enormous capacity for sharing his love of jazz, Joe has managed to easily straddle the line between performing artist and educator.
Afternoon in Rio (MCG Jazz, July 1998). Guitars for Christmas (MCG Jazz, 2003). Uptown Elegance (MCG Jazz, 2004). Dream Dancing (MCG Jazz, 2010). Fly Me to the Moon, Michael Feinstein, featuring Joe Negri (2010). The Joe Negri archives consist of the collection of manuscripts, recordings, memorabilia, and original hand-written scores that document his life, work and influence. The collection was donated by Negri in 1999 to the Center for American Music within the University Library System (ULS) at the University of Pittsburgh