Program #1429 – ‘Basia Nova’
‘Basia Nova’ airs daily on our streaming Station from 10-16-19 through 10-22-19 Monday-Friday at 7 am, 3 pm, 6 pm and midnight Central Time (US). Weekends, too.
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When Basia burst on the scene with ‘Time and Tide’ in 1987, the pop world was once again tapped on the shoulder by the Brazilian beat. And many of her earliest fans were right here in Chicago, were she lived, thrived and finally ‘arrived’ musically – just ahead of her debut album.
And while her rhythms are not purely Brazilian, the musical message was clear. We’ve selected several of her best to share with you this week. And now with her first US tour in several years underway and with a new album too, we’ll debut the next chapter in Basia’s amazing career.
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Every song you’ve ever loved started out as a new song, and our ‘New Music: Brazil’ channel is where to fiund your future favs! From big names like Eliane Elias, Ivan Lins, Marcos Vally and Torcuato Mariano to fan newcomers like Daniela Solidade, Cecy Santana, San-Sao Trio and Gabriel Elias. Hear them all onanytime. Click here to listen.
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Sunday’s ‘Brazilian Brunch’ serves up the softer side of Brazilian song on The Sounds of Brazil stream this weekend! We’ll sample some of the best and breeziest, along with a request or too! So make plans to join me this Sunday for three full hours beginning at 5 am, 9, 2 and 8 pm Central.
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Set 1: The Sounds of Brazil Opening Theme
New Day For You<>Basia/Time and Tide
Welcome to the Lounge
Meu Pais (My Country)<>Luiz Avelar/Homenagem a Ivan Lins
Introduce Our Next Set
The Waters of March<>Basia/Clear Horizon – Best of Basia
Água da Nascente<>Ricardo Silveira/Outro Rio
Introduce Next Set
Ultra-Leve Amor<>Jorge Vercillo/Sinal no Ar
Perfect Mother<>Basia/The Sweetest Illusion
The Angels I Know<>Marcos Ariel/Hand Dance
Set 3: This Week’s Spotlight Song
Rio Drive<>Gregg Karukas/Soul Secrets
Tema Diferente<>Sorriso Maroto/E’ Diferente
Café Caldo<>Mazachigno/Cafe Roma 2
Astrud<>Basia/Time And Tide
Welcome To Our Second Hour
Ja Nao Somos Dois<>Djavan/Rua Das Amores
One Crazy Summer<>Urban Funk Society/Brasil 5000
Tout Est Bleu<>Bebel Gilberto/Tudo
Introduce Next Set
Destino<>Marcela Biasi/Marcela Biasi
Elegance<>Fernando Fonseca/Beyond The Ceiling
Introduce Next Song
O Tempo E Aqui<>Toco/Memoria
Fly Over The Horizon<>Marcos Ariel/Americas
Summer Breezin’ (SomeBossa)<>Al Jarreau/My Old Friend
From Now On<>Basia/Time and Tide
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Next Week: We’ll celebrate Milton Nascimento’s 77th birthday with two hours of his best songs. Tune in for a two-hour special on the radio and your favoite streaming device for our station on Live365.com.
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