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No Ritmo Da Bossa Nova


22 September 2008
Created in Brazil, Bossa Nova was the fusion of the native Samba with the jazz being played on the West Coast of the United States in the late 1950s. Spearheaded by composer Antonio Carlos Jobim, and guitarist-vocalist Joao Gilberto, this new music was rapidly embraced by musicians the world over.
By the early 1960s, with the help of Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd’s recording of Desafinado, a Jobim and Gilberto composition, Bossa Nova’s sensual rhythm and gliding melodies had spread all over the world, in pop music, in film soundtracks, and to the United States, where it produced a major craze.
Celebrating 50 years of Bossa Nova, this compilation includes some of the very best musicians and most significant exponents of the genre’s takes on classic songs, like Elis Regina ‘Garota De Ipanema’, Carlos Lyra ‘Maria Ninguem’, Roberto Menescal ‘Vagamente’, and Joao Donato ‘Amazonas’.