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Monteiro, Doris Import

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2000 Japanese pressing of 1964 Polygram Brazil album. Bossa Nova 40th Anniversary series. 12 tracks.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 26, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Mercury Phonogram Jp
  • ASIN: B000023XSA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,353,357 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If you like 60's jazz, this is a great album! I have been a big fan of Doris Monteiro from an early age.

The original release of this recording was 1964. I just love the lively fun tunes. There's also presence of Walter Wonderlay's funky jazz organ throughout this album. A definate must-have for any lounge-lizzard.

Another older recording of Doris Monteiro that is excellent is "Doris Monteiro Gostoso e Sambar". I haven't been able to locate it on CD anywhere, but it was also on Philips label (on vinyl-lp). If you ever come across a copy- get it! you won't be sorry.

Doris Monteiro has a beautiful voice, reminds me of Astrud Gilberto (only better).

This particular recording is a Japanese re-issue. Sound quality is excellent.
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This 1964 album by Brazilian singer Doris Monteiro is notable for the absence of songs by Tom Jobim or any of the other lions of the then-dominant bossa nova scene. Instead, there are several tracks from second-generation composers such as Marcos Valle (four of his songs) and Durival Ferreira. Fans of Astrud Gilberto may like this one a lot.

FYI there are several albums called "Doris Monteiro" and/or "Doris." This one includes the following tracks:

1. Samba De Verao

2. Dois Peixinhos

3. Baiaozinho

4. Vou De Samba Com Voce

5. Deus Brasileiro

6. Diz Que Fui Por Ai

7. Vivendo De Ilusao

8. Falaram Tanto De Voce

9. Sambou Sambou

10. E Vem O Sol

11. Razao Do Amor

12. Verdade Em Paz
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Brazilian vocalist Doris Monteiro had about a half-dozen albums entitled "Doris Monteiro" (and several others called "Doris"). This makes tracking her music down online a little dificult at times. The MP3 files linked to this "Doris Monteiro" album are from an album released in 1974. (Unfortunately, if you follow the link to the CD edition, it shows a different album cover, with no track listings. So, for now, downloads seem like the way to go to get these tracks from '74.) (DJ Joe Sixpack, Slipcue Guide To Brazilian Music)
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