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Daniela Soledade Sings Você

Leave it to Daniela Soledade and guitarist and producer Nate Najar to revisit one of Bossa Nova's greatest hits. Daniela Soledade sings Você, giving us...

Marisa Monte Launches Portas

It's Been A While Since Her Last Album. 10 Years To Be Exact. Marisa Monte launches Portas on her 54th birthday, and it's worth the...

Ronaldo Folegatti’s Sounds of Watercolors

This Brazilian jazz album from the early '90s is still a fan favorite with our listeners. Ronaldo Folegatti's Sounds of Watercolors will become a...

Joao Gilberto’s Hidden Treasure

Overlooked by some, Joao Gilberto's 'White Album' remains a musical masterpiece. Joao Gilberto's hidden treasure? It's the 1973 album that marked his first return to...

Revisiting Zizi Possi’s Bossa

Zizi Possi has never sounded more confident and immersed in a project than with this album. Revisiting Zizi Possi's Bossa: One of the most sultry,...

Marisa Monte’s Rose and Charcoal

Is this 1994 album her best recording ever? Marisa Monte’s 'Rose and Charcoal' gets our vote, and that’s saying a lot. Her 1989 debut album...

Bobby Brazil’s Amazonica

Sensuous vocals and flowing instrumentals makes Amazonica one of the most satisfying albums of its kind. Bobby Brazil's Amazonica: There’s a sense of union...

Karen Souza’s Bossa Muse

Some of our favorite Brazilian jazz musicians come from Argentina. We’re adding Karen Souza to the list. Karen Souza’s bossa muse is our muse, too. by...

Here In My Heart: Kenny Rankin

Largely unnoticed, it went on to be named 'Best Brazilian Vocal Album of the year'. Here In My Heart by Kenny Rankin went through 1997...

Emilio Santiago’s Greatest Album?

Brazilain crooner Emilio Santiago gave us his best album in years with guitarist Ricardo Silveira producing. Emilio Santiago's greatest album deserves this perfect match. First...