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Bossanova: Cool Bossa Nova & Hip Samba Sounds From Rio De Janeiro

Format: LP + insert
Cat: WWSLP 4A
Released: 10 Aug 16
Genre: International
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Johnny Alf - "Tema Sem Palavras" (2:13)
2. Celso Murilo & Conjunto Drink - "Tem Que Balancar" (2:42)
3. Leny Andrade - "Sambop" (2:05)
4. Tamba Trio - "O Barquinho" (2:29)
5. Walter Wanderley - "Boato" (2:52)
6. Vinicius De Moraes - "Pela Luz Dos Olhos Teus" (2:02)
7. Joao Donato E Seu Trio - "Muito A Vontade" (2:35)
8. Alaide Costa - "Ciume" (2:14)
9. Joao Gilberto - "Desafinado" (1:55)
10. Luiz Bonfa & Antonio Carlos Jobim - "Lamento No Morro" (2:09)
Side 2
1. Elis Regina - "Mesmo De Mentira" (2:24)
2. Orlann Divo - "Onde Anda O Meu Amor" (2:18)
3. Sergio Ricardo - "Pernas" (1:59)
4. Elizete Cardoso - "Chega De Saudade" (3:28)
5. Lucio Alves - "Nem Eu" (1:54)
6. Sylvia Telles - "Samba De Uma Nota So" (2:16)
7. Sergio Mendes - "Outra Vez" (2:24)
8. Ed Lincoln - "A Rosa" (2:00)
9. Maysa - "Meditacao" (2:56)
10. Agostinho Dos Santos & Rosana Toledo - "Samba Em Preludio" (3:52)
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Review

Compilation specialists Wewantsounds return once again; this time their focus is squared on the Bossa Nova movement. Popularised in the 1960s, Bossa Nova's roots actually took place in the prior decade and this 20-track collection looks to chronicle the movement's emergence properly. Artists readily associated with Bossa Nova of course feature, but the Wewantsounds crew have dug a bit deeper to highlight some of the lesser known, cult practitioners too. Therefore you get a nice blend, from Joao Gilberto to Celso Murilo via Elza Soares and Orlann Divo. Featuring sleeve notes from French music journalist Jacques Denis, Bossa Nova is a fine introductory compilation for those who wish to discover more about the subtle differences between early bossa and the more relaxed samba Cancao.

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