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In her native Brazil, Rosa Passos is known and loved as "a feminine Joao Gilberto." For a singer/songwriter who carries the soulful cool of bossa nova into a new age, there can be no higher compliment. Mingling the classics of Gilberto, Jobim, Barroso and other masters of Brazilian song with her own enchanting works, Passos sings in a sweet, warm, totally-in-tune voice that the Los Angeles Times has hailed as "sounding a bit like the legendary Elis Regina but with the rhythmic articulation of Ella Fitzgerald."
.ROSA PASSOS IS A WONDERFUL BRAZILIAN SINGER. I LOVE HER. I DISCOVERED IN A PROGRAM OF JAZZ ON RADIO GUARANI FM, BRASIL
Rosa Passos is a wonderful Brazilian singer. The CD is perfect: her voice, the arrangements, everything is very good to hear.Published on January 18, 2013 by Miriam R L Barros
Rosa Passos has the most exquisite voice I've ever heard...but that's just my opinion. She caresses each word and the word becomes the music itself. Hard to describe... Read morePublished on September 27, 2012 by DebbieB
After listening her other works I found this collection of love songs to be wanting; not much substance and not particularly well recorded. Read morePublished on August 31, 2012 by Rolando V. Arango