The Winter Edition of ‘Long Songs’


The Winter Ediiton of ‘Long Songs’ airs daily on our streaming Station from 01-29-20 through 02-04-20 Monday-Friday at 7 am, 3 pm, 6 pm and midnight Central Time (US). Weekends, too. 

  • On The Radio: Listen to The Sounds of Brazil every Sunday, 2-4 pm on Chicago’s 90.9 FM WDCB and streaming live at 
  • On Demand: This program is available for repeat listening from February 2nd to February 16th, 2020.  Click here to Listen.


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The Sounds of Brazil is one of 13 streaming music channels at

Hi there.

Fact: Even February’s longer days are short. Even during a Leap Year.

It’s true. But we perfer to look at thngs differently. How about “every day gets a little bit longer?” Closer to Spring and the Summer sun.

So, longer days, longer songs! Melodies that go on forever because they have a lot to say! Two full hours of ‘drift away’ tunes from Seu Jorge, Azymuth, Latin Vibe, Al Jarreau, Pat Metheny and more.

After all, The Sounds of Brazil is the only streaming station that chases the sun all year long, and thta’s another fact that Brazilian Jazz fans like us can appreciate wherever we listen. So, here’s two hours of the longest songs for our “longer” days.

It’s the Winter Edition of ‘Long Songs’, enjoy!

Happy Listening,
Scott Adams

Picture of the Day: From music and travel to lifestyle and nature, Connect Brazil’s picture of the day will pop up to greet you, ready to add a little more Brazil to your life whenever you visit. Click here to see today’s picture.

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Sunday – Make a reservation for your ears: There’s always a place at the table for you, so join me for The Sunday Brazilian Brunch every Sunday beginning at 5 am Central, and then again at 9 am, 2 pm and 8 pm.

Three full hours  No app needed when you click the ‘play’ arrow at the bottom of every page at

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Our Streaming Station’s popular Brazil Back2Back segment has growen to a third play every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Listen at 11 am, 2 pm and 5 pm Central.

Always two of a kind, and always two in a row! Have an idea for an upcomiong Brazil Back2Back? Click here to make a request.

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The Sounds of Brazil is always ‘Live!’! We broadcast in CD quality every hour of every day, including The Midday Show with Scott Adams (9 am – 3 pm CT, M-F) and our jazzy ‘Quiet Nights’ show every weeknight starting at 8 pm CT.  Click on the ‘Play’ buttons above to Listen Live and for the complete schedule.

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This week’s show:

The Winter Edition of ‘Long Songs’

Hour 1:

Set 1: The Sounds of Brazil Opening Theme

Latin Lovers<>Lee Ritenour/Festival

Coisa Mais Linda<>Carlos Lyra/Bossa Nova Sua Gente

Welcome to The Brazilian Club Lounge

Underneath The Face of the Moon<>Kevyn Lettau/Universal Language

Special Announcement

Set 2:

Introduce Next Set

Everybody Let’s Go<>Seu Jorge/Musica Par Chruassco, Vol 2

Sexy Bossa<>Latin Vibe/Chill Classics

Aguas De Marco<>Boney James/Shine

Mercy Street<>Leila Pinheiro & Ze Bruno/Big Circle

Set 3: Introduce This Week’s Spotlight Song

Also Sprach Zarathustra/Theme From 2001<>Deodato/Prelude

Escape<>Marcos Valle/Best of Marcos Valle

The Winter Edition of ‘Long Songs’

Hour 2:

Set 1:

Last Summer In Rio<>Azymuth/Telecommunication

Welcome To Our Second Hour

Like A Lover<>Al Jarreau/Symphonic Bossa Nova

Awakening<>Francois K w/Barbra Mendes/Bossa Tres Jazz 2

Special Announcement

Set 2:

Introduce Next Song

Aquarela<>Lila & Rhythmic Control/ Brazilian Chill Sessions

Blue Bossa<>Torcuato Mariano/Brazilian Nights    

Salt Song<>Stanley Turrentine/Salt Song

Special Announcement

Come With Me<>Tania Maria/Come With Me

Set 3:

Caberet da Sereia<>Flavio Venturini/Noites Com Sol

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Next week, ‘Brazil Goes To The Movies’ just in time for Oscar Sunday! Two action-packed hours of Brazil’s best movie themes. I hope you’ll enjoy the show and please – tell a few friends about us on 90.9 FM WDCB in Chicago and, 2 pm CT every Sunday.

Whether it’s your radio, your computer at work or your tablet or smart phone, thanks for tuning in! It’s always great to share the music.

The Winter Edition of ‘Long Songs’