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✨✧ Rosalia De SouzaD'Improvviso ... CD
Schema (Italy), 2009. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Beautiful bossa from Rosalia De Souza – and a set that's got a sweet little difference from some of her earlier Schema albums! This time around, the sound is warmly acoustic throughout – very jazz-based, and wrapped around Rosalia's vocals wonderfully – sometimes with a groove that's right in club jazz territory, other times with a mellower vibe that really fits the bossa spirit of the material! De Souza's vocals somehow sound even more beautiful in this setting – with soulful jazz inflections, and a maturity we might not have heard before – and the great trumpeter Fabrizio Bosso adds his talents to the core group for the session, working alongside tenor, trombone, piano, and lots of live percussion. Toco duets with Rosalia on a few tracks, and titles include "Banzo", "Candomble", "D'Improvviso", "Carolina Carol Bela", "Sambinha", "5 Dias De Carnaval", "Luiza Manequim", "Amanha", "Bossa 50", and "Samba Longe". CD

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✨✧ Rosalia De SouzaGarota Diferente – Remix Album ... CD
Schema (Italy), 2004. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Way way more than just a remix album – as you'd expect from the mighty forces of Nicola Conte and his Schema label! The core inspiration for the set is Rosalia's sweet bossa debut Garota Moderna – but many of the tracks are presented here in whole new versions – either re-performed by the artists involved, or reworked heavily to really open up the sound. Nicola Conte's genius is still at the helm of the whole project – and the sound is an expansive one, with participation from a wider variety of talents from the wider European scene! Titles include "Adriana" performed by Five Corners Quintet, "Maria Moita" reconstructed by Zero DB, "Fica Mal Com Deus" given the Truby Trio treatment, "Saudosismo" performed by Povo, "Samba Novo" remixed by Gianluca Petrella, "Canto De Ossanha" reworked by Big Bang, "Mais" performed by The Dining Rooms, and "Zona Sul" remixed by Raw Deal. CD

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✨✧ Rosalia De SouzaGarota Moderna (Italian version) ... CD
Schema (Italy), 2002. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Get ready to fall in love with a new bossa singer! The lovely Rosalia De Souza is a sweet-voiced vocalist with a sound that's very much in keeping with classic 60s work from Brazil – and she's got the added benefit of working here with new arrangements from the great Nicola Conte, the guiding light of the Schema Records label, and truly one of the best modern bossa talents around! Nicola arranged and produced the whole set – and overall, it feels a lot like his own work on the monumental Jet Sounds album, made all the better by Rosalia, whose great vocals add a lot of depth and soul to the music. A real killer – with club cuts, mellow cuts, jazzy cuts, and more – the kind of record that will make you shelve your Bebel Gilberto albums, keep Rosalia in heavy rotation for a long long time! Titles include "Canto De Ossanha", "Fica Mal Com Deus", "Mais", "As Gotas", "Maria Moita", "Bossa 31", "Tempo Futuro", and "Zona Sul". CD
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✨✧ TocoOutro Lugar ... CD
Schema (Italy), 2007. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Beautiful bossa work from the up-and-coming Toco – a session recorded in Rio with production by S-Tone, and featuring some wonderful acoustic guitar from the legendary Roberto Menescal! Menescal's presence here really helps give the record a classic grounding – a sense of depth and history that surpasses even Toco's great debut – and which is made even better by the presence of Rosalia De Souza on guest vocals on a number of tracks! As with Rosalia's recent Rio sessions, there's a sound here that's warmer, jazzier, and even more traditionally bossa-based than previous Schema releases – with a bit less of a dancefloor focus in the rhythms, and a lot more live instrumentation! All numbers feature small combo backing, and titles include "Litoral", "Zum Zum", "Assuntos Banais", "Bom Motivo", "Samba Noir", "Barracao", "Voz Da Lapa", and "Contradicao", which features guest vocals from Coralie Clement! CD

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