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Recommended Bossa Nova CDs

Elis & Tom

Elis Regina & Antonio Carlos ("Tom") Jobim
Elis & Tom
(1974)
More Bossa Nova     Tom Jobim     Elis Regina


Getz/Gilberto

Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto's classic jazz-bossa album
with Antonio Carlos Jobim and Astrud Gilberto (who
sings "The Girl From Ipanema")
Getz / Gilberto
(1964)
More Stan Getz     More Joao Gilberto
 

Novo Millennium

João Gilberto invented bossa nova's distinctive
guitar style and contributed sophisticated yet
subdued vocals to his interpretations; this recent
collection  features twenty of his most notable songs
Joao Gilberto: Novo Millennium
(2005)
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The Man from Ipanema

Tom Jobim
The Man From Ipanema

a 3-CD, 55-song collection of maestro
Antonio Carlos Jobim's compositions
(1995)
More Antonio Carlos (Tom) Jobim


Astronauta: Songs of Elis

Joyce sings classic Elis Regina
songs in the bossa & MPB styles
Astronauta: Songs Of Elis
(1998)
More Joyce CDs


Chill: Brazil, Vol. 2

Various Artists
Chill Brazil 2
(2003)
More Chill Brazil CDs
 

Natural

Celso Fonseca's contemporary bossa
Natural
(2003)
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Morelenbaum (2)/Sakamoto: Casa (Tribute to Jobim)

Jacques Morelenbaum, Paula Morelenbaum &
Ryuichi Sakamoto interpret Antonio Carlos Jobim
Casa
(2002)
More Contemporary Bossa Nova
 

Berimbaum

Paula Morelenbaum
Berimbaum
(2004)
More Paula & Jaques Morelenbaum

 

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Bossa Nova: A Brief History

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