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Uma Batida Difirente

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Bom Dia Rio (Posto 6) - Featuring Roberto Menescal And Chris Delanno
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Smaba Da Minha Terra - Featuring Zuco 103
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Essa Moca Ta Difirente - Featuring Simoninha
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Previsao - Featuring Adriana Calcanhoto
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Vai Levando - Featuring Trio Mocoto
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Just A Samba - Featuring Celso Fonseca
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Queria - Featuring Marcos Valle
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Aguas De Marco - Featuring Chris Delanno
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Bonita - Featuring Roberto Menescal
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Feitinha Pro Poeta - Featuring Roberto Menescal
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Onde Anda Meu Amor - Featuring Orlan Divo And Chris Delanno
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 42:04

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Even one more...

MarcellusBarbosaLima

... brazilian album unavailable for d/l in Brazil. I'm getting used (=fed up) to it.

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Smooth Samba

fartbooger

Love all the tracks on this album. Nice fresh and juicy beats.

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Very very very good Acid Bossa

Suigreterra

They make it sound so eásy and obvious. This music has a light and bouncy touch, listening to it is like sitting in a nice breeze. Tom Jobim is no doubt smiling from the skies at this album.

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Awesome!

peppersax

I've always loved the 'sexy' sounds of these type of vocals. The arrangements are extremely well written! Great stuff! I can listen to this music for hours on end.

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Too much fun

SmileyinFesserton

This is just too much fun---incredibly catchy, with awesome rhythms and smooth vocals...I drive around in my car and feel cool...my favourites are Bom Dia Rio and Smaba Da Minha Terra...now I just want more!

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Straight bossa

thegitdown

Some of the other reviews are suggesting that there is an electronic component to this album, but to my ears it sounds pretty conventionally bossanova. It's sweet and smooth, but not particularly innovative - the synth elements are very subtle and not a major part of the sound. Still, as they say, those who like this kind of thing will like it a lot.

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Best groove ever

muzixplorer

I'm not sure about the rest of the album (i'm checking out the samples now) but "Smaba Da Minha Terra" has one of the funkiest beats ever

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Impressive

AdrianJr

Like the other reviewers said, if you like Brazillain or bossa nova, you'll like this. It's much more modern but still has that organic feel. It's not watered down or hokey. Production is reeeeaaaal crisp. There's lots of cool little things they hide in the background that just really adds to the otherall feel.

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Awesome

Bigtoga

Great stuff if you like brazilian samba/trance

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Sexy Samba

MusicMuse

I adore the tracks with Chris Delanno - We're talking "Girl from Epanima times 20. Sexy, cool, jazzy. Love it.

They Say All Music Guide

The Brazilian trio Bossacucanova has been taking the smooth, jazzy sound of bossa nova and muscling it up with breakbeats, turntablism, and electronica since they first hit the international dance music scene in 1999. Their third album isn’t really a departure from their previous work (album title notwithstanding, the beats are pretty much the same), but it does represent a continued refinement of their approach. Bass player Márcio Menescal brings his father, the legendary producer and guitarist Roberto Menescal, on board yet again to lend his delicious licks and slinky filigrees to the proceedings, and other guests include singer Marcos Valle and Bossacucanova’s labelmates Zuco 103, whose contribution on “Samba da Minha Terra” is one of the album’s highlights. But the real star of the show is Brazilian-American singer Cris Delanno, whose interpretations of “Onde Anda Meu Amor” and the Antonio Carlos Jobim song “Aguas de Março” have a special, bittersweet appeal. Really, though, there isn’t a weak track on this wonderful record. Very highly recommended. – Rick Anderson

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