August 6th, 2008


Если вдруг взгрустнулось..

..то самое время развеять тоску-печаль легкой хорошей музыкой (правда, и погрустить под нее тоже неплохо):

Album: Bossa Nova - The Sound of Ipanema
Label: Boutique (Universal)
Catalogue #: B000FBH45S
Format: Vinyl, CD, Compilation
Country: Germany
Relese Date: 1960
Genre: Jazz
Style: Bossa Nova
Bitrate: CBR 192 kbps
Size: 104mb
Time: 77:17 min

"Way more than just a standard bossa nova compilation - and instead, an overstuffed collection of rare gems from the 60s, including a number of tracks appearing here for the first time ever on CD! The set was put together by Ruy Castro - author of THE book on bossa nova - and Castro's careful touch here takes the album way past the hits and into some of the deeper, more sublime numbers from the glory days of bossa nova. Plus, although the set's heavily focused on Brazilian numbers, it also features a few key tracks from the US and Europe - showing the ever-widening influence of the genre as the 60s wore on! 29 tracks in all, and a delight throughout - with titles that inlude "Minha Saudade" by Joao Donato, "Menina Feia" by Lucio Alves, "The Blues Walk" by Os Cobras, "Vou Te Contar" and "Ve" by Os Cariocas, "Cancao Que Morre No Ar" by Carlos Lyra, "Apelo" by Quarteto Em Cy, "Tem Do" by Rio 65 Trio, "E Nada Mais" by Os Gatos, "O Amor Que Acabou" by Maysa, "Nega Dina" by Nara Leao, "Voce" by Dick Farney & Norma Bengell, "Coisa No 8" by Moacir Santos, and "Ceu E Mar" by Joyce & Johnny Alf."

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