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Herb Alpert And Sergio Mendes Play The Hollywood Bowl

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on July 23, 2013

in Live,News

The artists that built A&M Records in the mid-60’s, Herb Alpert and Sergio Mendes, came to the Hollwood Bowl last Wednesday with special guest, Alpert’s wife, Lani Hall.

Alpert and his Tijuana Brass and Mendes with Brasil ’66 brought A&M their initial success, building a label that would be the home of such greats as the Carpenters, Cat Stevens, Supertramp, the Captain and Tennille, Styx, Peter Frampton and Chuck Mangione.

Alpert and Hall opened the Hollywood Bowl show with a mix of newer jazz-based instrumentals, standards sung by Hall and the Tijuana Brass and solo hits that made Alpert famous as an artist.  Mendes followed with a set that relied on his legacy, although reviews say that he has added a rapper to the mix to try and update his sound.

The set lists:

Herb Alpert and Lani Hall

  • Moondance
  • Para-raio
  • Besame Mucho
  • Fever
  • Fly Me To The Moon
  • Let’s Face the Music & Dance
  • Tijuana Brass Medley: This Guy’s In Love With You/Rise / Whipped Cream / Lonely Bull / The Mexican Shuffle / Tijuana Taxi / A Taste of Honey
  • Viola / It Might As Well Be Spring
  • La Vie En Rose / In the Game
  • Puttin’ On The Ritz
  • I’ve Got You Under My Skin
  • Jobim Medley: Agua / Corcorvido / Waters / One Note Samba

Sergio Mendes

  • Cheche Magalena
  • Waters of March
  • Ela a Carioca / Girl from Ipanema
  • Agua de Beber
  • Roda
  • O Que Sera
  • Colsol / Berimbau / Promessa
  • Percussion Solo
  • Surfboard
  • Never Gonna Let You Go
  • Going Out of My Head
  • The Fool on the Hill
  • The Look of Love
  • Mas Que Nada
  • Pais Tropical
  • Real In Rio
  • Tristeza (Encore)

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