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Carol Saboya

Nova Bossa

Nova Bossa (CD & DVD)
(2004)

Asian pressing. As the daughter of composer Antônio Adolfo, Carol has always been surrounded by music. Nova Bossa is her 2004 album and features 13 tracks including 'Sa Marina', 'Agora', 'Samba Da Pergunta', 'Amazonas', 'Sim' & 'So Danco Samba'. Seoul Records. 2005. --Amazon description


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Janelas Abertas
Carol Saboya & Nelson Faria
(1999)

Carol Saboya is the daughter of Antonio Adolfo, a great piano player and composer. She has a lovely voice and is a great interpreter of a song. Nelson Faria is a wonderful guitar accompanist, and this is quite an album. All the songs are by Antonio Carlos Jobim, and the choice is off-beat, omitting all the best known. There are some gems here, though I could have done without Chansong and Bonita, two of Jobim's weakest songs - they do show that Ms Saboya sings very well in English as well as Portuguese, however. She has a great future. --an Amazon reviewer
 

Dança Da Voz
(1999)

First CD by this young new MPB Singer, daughter of maestro and composer Antonio Adolfo, with classics from MPB such as 'Eocacao', 'Festa De Rua', 'Samba Escrachado', 'Escorregando', etc. --Amazon description

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