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Antonio Carlos JobimAntonio Carlos Jobim
Stone Flower
This album spans the many moods of Antonio Carlos Jobim, Brazil's legendary composer and musician.


Astrud GilbertoAstrud Gilberto
Astrud Gilberto's Finest Hour
The siren of sixties cool, Astrud Gilberto sets the bar for the clean minimalism of female bossa vocals.


Baden PowellBaden Powell
Os Afro Samba
The infections samba rhythms ring true in this polished re-working of Baden's 1960s classic.


Bebel GilbertoBebel Gilberto
Tanto Tempo
Prodigal daughter of the legendary Joao Gilberto, Bebel's voice is subtle and sexy on an album that harks back to samba and bossa's past while forging an electronic future.


Caetano VelosoCaetano Veloso
Caetano Veloso
Caetano's 1969 "White Album," a must-have in the long repertoire of this wildly inventive Brazilian singer-songwriter.


Carmen MirandaCarmen Miranda
Brazilian Recordings
Carmen Miranda's superb and essential recordings from the Brazilian radio-era of the 1930s.


Chico BuarqueChico Buarque
Minha Historia
Sophisticated and important, this history of Chico Buarque's epoch style is a gift to the world's music.


DjavanDjavan
Seduzir
Jazzy and cosmopolitan, this album is widely regarded as one of Djavan's finest works.


Elis Regina, Antonio Carlos JobimElis Regina, Antonio Carlos Jobim
Elis & Tom
Elis and Tom's voices meet like warm honey on this subtle and sophisticated blend of two of Brazil's most revered Bossa minds.


Gal CostaGal Costa
A Todo Vapor
A supple and gorgeous Tropicalia staple by one the genre's coolest.


Gilberto GilGilberto Gil
Tropicalia Essentials
Anything by Gilberto Gil has instant classic written all over it and this collection plays the best of Gil's subversive 60s pop-samba-bossa.


Joao GilbertoJoao Gilberto
Joao Voz e Violao
The sweet purity and distinctive timbre of Joao Gilberto's voice and guitar still shine on this, his newest, collection.


Jorge BemJorge Bem
Africa Brasil
Rod Stewart stole the melody to "If you want my body" from Jorge Bem; no wonder, Bem's a melodic master and it shows on this definitive album.


JoyceJoyce
Hard Bossa
Joyce's unpredictable and growling voice perfectly suits her rougher and folkier bossa style.


Maria BethaniaMaria Bethania
Alibi
Slick and soft, this album made Maria Bethania a superstar in 1978.


Marisa MonteMarisa Monte
Tribalistas
Neo-tropicalista Marisa Monte teams up with Arnaldo Antunes and Carlinhos Brown in this buoyantly dreamy hit album.


Mundo LivreMundo Livre
Carnival Na Obra
A totally modern rock-electro hybrid of Brazilian sounds from an intellectual Recife-based Brazilian band.


Os MutantesOs Mutantes
Tecnicolor
Absurd psychedelic rock from the 1960s gets reincarnated on this remastered album.


Putumayo Presents: BrasileiroPutumayo Presents: Brasileiro
In the surprising and joyful Putumayo tradition, the collection is a wide, lounge-ready gamut of Brazilian music.


Putumayo Presents: Samba Bossa NovaPutumayo Presents: Samba Bossa Nova
Eclectic yet seamless, Putumayo presents Samba and Bossa Nova classics and cocktail-party essentials.


Stan Getz/Joao GilbertoStan Getz/Joao Gilberto
Getz/Gilberto
Brazilian maestro meets American legend for this sultry, steady Carnegie Hall recording that forever put Brazilian music on the American map.



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