A wonderful collection of lovely bossa and bossa-influenced tracks! The super-hip set contains 28 excellent numbers, all in a really cool package – and titles include many great little numbers that you might have passed by from out of the way albums. There's not only material from rare Brazilian albums from the 60s, but also from pop, easy, and jazz albums from the same time – plus a few from wild-card sources that sound really fresh in this setting. Titles include "Brazilian" by Bobby Montez, "Girl From Ipanema" by Laurindo Almeida
, "Love So Fine" by The Carnaval, "Montage From How Sweet It Is" by The Love Generation, "Who's Afraid" by Sue Raney, "Vem" by Marcos Valle, "Just A Girl" by The Pale Fountains, "Velho Sermao" by Ivan Lins, "Meu Franco E Cafe Forte" by Franklin, "How About You" by Annie Ross, "Garota Da Minha Cidade" by Johnny Alf, "Falsa Baiana" by Som Tres, and "Samba De Gago" by Joyce.
(Out of print, includes obi.)