Groovy bossa from Rozana – a Brazilian by birth, but working here in a rare Mexican session from the 60s – singing in Spanish, Portuguese, and English! The style's right up there with more familiar female bossa of the time – lightly jazzy backings that feature tight percussion, bits of guitar and organ, and some occasional added strings, such as you might find in the work of Astrud Gilberto – all to support Rozana's lovely
vocals, which are themselves recorded with a nice use of echo on some of the more dramatic cuts! Titles include "Mas Que Nada", "Reza", "Voce", "Fly Me To The Moon", "A Sorrir", "O Galo", "Copacabana", "Tristeza", and versions of "A Banda" in both Spanish and Portuguese!
(Cover has a lightly bent corner, small name in pen, and some aging. Label has a small name in pen.)