Ivan Conti, aka “Mamão,” may be the drummer of Azymuth. Also having created a solo profession, he still participated within the documenting of Eumir Deodato’s Operating-system Catedráticos and Paul Mauriat’s (with whose orchestra Conti toured Brazil and Japan) Solely Brazil. In the first ’60s, Conti begun to regular the Beco das Garrafas (Containers’ Alley) in Copacabana, Rio, where bossa nova and jazz groupings were featured every evening. In the beco, a number of important performers like Elis Regina debuted; the area also held displays by consecrated composers/performers like Johnny Alf, Leny Andrade, Dolores Durán, and Silvinha Telles, amongst others. Conti the youthful amateur sat along with those performers, and in addition asked tips from Edison Machado, another regular. Along with his group the children, that was probably one of the most essential supporting sets of Jovem Guarda, Conti opened up the Canecão, a respected popular music space in Rio in 1968. At that time a skilled sessionman, he documented with other studio room experts (the Philips keyboardist and arranger José Roberto Bertrami as well as the bassist Alex Malheiros), and on the Marcos Valle soundtrack for the film O Fabuloso Fittipaldi. As Valle, an Odeon designer, couldn’t receive credit for this, the trio documented the disk as Apolo IV. With among the album’s paths, “Azymuth,” learning to be a strike, the trio got that name as its definitive denomination, releasing their first recording, Azymuth, in 1975. Conti participated in a number of jazz festivals, just like the Playboy Jazz Event, Berkeley Jazz Event, Monterrey Jazz Event, Montreux Event, Circus Theatre Holland, Quartier Latin Berlin as well as the Brazilian Fest Athens/Greece. Like a sideman, he caused Chico Buarque, Vinicius de Moraes, Toquinho, Edu Lobo, Wanderléa, Roberto Carlos, Erasmo Carlos, and Jorge Benjor, amongst others. He also performed with many orchestras, like Paul Mauriat’s (touring Brazil and Japan), Erlon Chaves’ Banda Veneno, Orquestra da Rádio Nacional perform Rio de Janeiro, Orquestra da Television Tupi, and Orquestra da Television Globo. He done the soundtrack of Bye, Bye, Brasil, so when a producer, caused Grupo Batuque, Wilson das Neves, and Jürgen Sifelder.
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