Album · 2013 · 14 Songs. Blame It On the Bossa Nova (Bonus Track). 14 Songs, 38 Minutes. Released: 29 Mar 2013. 2013 Salt & Pepper. More By Enoch Light and His Orchestra.
Soul Bossa Nova - Quincy Jones And His Orchestra. The In Crowd - Quincy Jones And His Orchestra. Listen (What It Is). Smackwater Jack. 4: Stubborn Kind Of Fellow (Marvin Gaye). 3: Soul Twist (King Curtis). 16: Soul Bossa Nova (Quincy Jones). The Bossa Nova's appeal continues to be it's rhythmic and sonorous groove which is beautifully represented in this collection of essential songs from Sugo Music's Latin Rhythms Series. Various Artists, Sugo Latin Rhythms Series - Bossa Nova-Music of Love.
Bossa Nova (also released as Return to Rio) is an album by American jazz trumpeter, composer and arranger Shorty Rogers, released on the Reprise label in 1962. On All About Jazz Dave Rickert said: "Bossa Nova must have appeared fresh at the time-it was recorded in 1962, a year before the Brazilian music craze-but now seems buried in a pack of like-minded albums
Cantando Bossa Nova Means Singing The Bossa Nova. Canta Bossa Nova (Means Singing the Bossa Nova) (Original Bossa Nova Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1962). New Beat Bossa Nova, Vol. 2 (Original Bossa Nova Album Plus Bonus Tracks). Five Original Bossa Nova Albums (Elizete Cardoso - Fafá Lemos - Rosa Pardini - Pat Thomas - VI Velasco). More Zoot Sims And His Orchestra. Listen to New Beat Bossa Nova, Vol. 1 (Original Bossa Nova Album Plus Bonus Tracks) now. 1 (Original Bossa Nova Album Plus Bonus Tracks) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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Enoch Light - Big Band Bossa Nova. The chart-topping ‘Jazz Samba’ album he cut with Byrd, brought bossa nova into the spotlight, and contained ‘Desafinado’, which won a Grammy for Best Jazz Performance of 1963. This was followed by ‘Big Band Bossa Nova’, the record we feature. Also on the Verve label, it entered the Billboard Top 40 in the first week of 1963 and climbed to a more than respectable 13th place, remaining in the chart for 20 weeks. He was backed by the Gary McFarland Orchestra
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- Producer – Ken Nelson
- Written-By – Marvin Hughes
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