Monday, February 18, 2013


intro – ary barroso //
dirty old bossa nova – howard roberts //
saudade vem correndo – stan getz & luis bonfa //
canto de ossanha – quarteto em cy //
historia natural de pablo neruda (edit) – vinicius & toquinho //
comanche (ao vivo) (edit) – jorge ben //
so tinha de ser com voce - trio 3-D //
corcovado – joåo gilberto & stan getz //
você que e de samba – luiz carlos vinhas //
ain’t no sunshine – sivuca //
bahia blues – dr. who dat //
airport love theme – waldir calmon //
tamborim, cuica, ganza, berimbau – azymuth //
podes crer amizade – toni tornado //
lindo sonho delirante – fabio //
pelas sombras – arthur verocai //
tudo que você podia ser – simone //
nebulosa – tenorio jr & seu conjunto //
beija flor suite – chalo eduardo //
ate londres – quarteto em cy //
faz tanto tempo – renata lu //
tinindo trincando – os novos baianos //
kool & the gang – cry babies //
pot-pourri de sambas de enredo – conjunto explosåo do samba //
outro – ary barroso //

"Bossa Nova in Brazil was a radical modernist movement, completely in sync with the times. It developed musically and lyrically in the years 1958-64 adapting to the changes in political and social climate. By the time of the military coup in April ’64, the music was as radical and revolutionary as it was on arrival (but in a different form). Unfortunately abroad, the world took to Bossa Nova in a different way – seduced by its power to imagine tropical beaches, love and exotica. This was Bossa Nova’s original themes in 1958 when there was a period of optimism in Brazil. So when the military arrived on the streets of Rio in 1964, what did people abroad know about Brazil? – ‘The Girl From Ipanema’ which was at the top of the charts all around the world! An irony made even more extreme by recently declassified documents showing that the US government had offered support for the takeover" Stuart Baker

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