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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. First exposed to the sounds of Samba and Bossa Nova while touring South America with Dizzie Gillespie in 1956, Jones recalls hearing Gillespie sitting-in with a Samba combo at Rio's Gloria Hotel and how he was fascinated by the thrilling fusion of Jazz and Samba. Some years later in 1962, he took a stellar big band into NYC's A&R Studios to record the Big Band Bossa Nova album. It was the culmination of a dream for Jones, who had never forgotten the musical experiences he had encountered in Brazil.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. First exposed to the sounds of Samba and Bossa Nova while touring South America with Dizzie Gillespie in 1956, Jones recalls hearing Gillespie sitting-in with a Samba combo at Rio's Gloria Hotel and how he was fascinated by the thrilling fusion of Jazz and Samba. Some years later in 1962, he took a stellar big band into NYC's A&R Studios to record the Big Band Bossa Nova album. It was the culmination of a dream for Jones, who had never forgotten the musical experiences he had encountered in Brazil.
5060397602275

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Not Now Uk
Rel. Date: 07/15/2022
UPC: 5060397602275

Big Band Bossa Nova - 180gm Vinyl
Artist: Quincy Jones
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $23.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Soul Bossa Nova
2. Boogie Bossa Nova
3. Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune)
4. Black Orpheus (Manha De Carnival)
5. Se É Tarde Me Perdoa (Forgive Me If I'm Late)
6. On The Street Where You Live
7. Samba De Uma Nota Só
8. Lalo Bossa Nova
9. Serenata
10. Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)

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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. First exposed to the sounds of Samba and Bossa Nova while touring South America with Dizzie Gillespie in 1956, Jones recalls hearing Gillespie sitting-in with a Samba combo at Rio's Gloria Hotel and how he was fascinated by the thrilling fusion of Jazz and Samba. Some years later in 1962, he took a stellar big band into NYC's A&R Studios to record the Big Band Bossa Nova album. It was the culmination of a dream for Jones, who had never forgotten the musical experiences he had encountered in Brazil.
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