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The soundtrack to the 2011 computer-animated 3D film Rio features various bossa nova and Brazilian pop-styled songs in keeping with the film's Rio ...
Preceded by the dense, quirky, melodious first single "What Is Love" from Grammy winner Janelle Monáe, the non-score soundtrack to the 2014 sequel to ...
Bossa Nova: This is Jazz, Vol. 29 is an entertaining 11-track collection that contains such jazz superstars as Stan Getz, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, ...
Many bossa nova compilations are capable of startling even educated listeners because so much quality music was recorded in Brazil during the mid-to ...
Many bossa nova compilations are capable of startling even educated listeners because so much quality music was recorded in Brazil during the mid- to ...
The Talkin' Verve series, until this point ostensibly an investigation into the roots of acid-jazz (aka another way to exploit the back catalog), ...
It's easy to think that since Santana made his big comeback using a lot of contemporary pop stars it would become the formula for the artists of yore ...
It isn't hard to understand why an American who is starting to explore Brazilian music might feel intimidated. Brazil is a huge country -- the ...
On each of his recordings, jazz auteur Nicola Conte has explored a different side of his multi-faceted personality as a conceptualist, a composer, ...
For those who became acquainted with Nicola Conte via his Bossa Per Due and Jet Sounds Revisited, Other Directions will come as a real surprise. ...
Black Orpheus the film by Marcel Camus, and its soundtrack, were the signposts by which the world first learned of samba and bossa nova and fell in ...
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