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    Cristina Braga - Samba, Jazz and Love
    Жанр: Bossa Nova
    Страна: Бразилия
    Год издания: 2013
    Аудиокодек: MP3
    Тип рипа: tracks
    Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps
    Продолжительность: 48:42
    Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
    01. Love Parfait (4:58)
    02. O Barquinho (4:18)
    03. Samba e Amor (3:54)
    04. Desafinado (4:40)
    05. Rio Paraiso (4:16)
    06. Triste de Quem (7:20)
    07. So Danco Samba (3:15)
    08. Preciso Me Encontrar (3:42)
    09. Canta Mais (5:22)
    10. Chovendo na Roseira (4:24)
    11. Desde de Que o Samba e Samba (2:33)
    Cristina Braga - vocals, harp
    Ricardo Medeiros - double bass
    Jesse Sadoc - trumpet, flugelhorn
    Joca Moraes - alfaia drums, tambourin
    Arthur Dutra - vibraphone

    Review by Jack Goodstein

    Perhaps because of her harp, the one word that seems best to describe the music on singer/harpist Cristina Braga’s new album Samba, Jazz and Love is angelic. Her voice is soft and sweet, and if the heavenly seraphim song doesn’t sound like a track from this album, something is amiss in the upper spheres. Put together Braga’s vocals with the trumpet of Jessé Sadoc and Arthur Dutra’s vibraphone in a program of Brazilian music and you’re on a stairway to secular heaven.
    For variety, there are some jauntier numbers like “Só Danço Samba” with a real jazz flavor and the album’s last number, “Desde de Que O Samba Ė Samba,” but for Cristina Braga it seems lyricism is always dominant.
    While most of the tunes on the set are sung in Portuguese, she does sing Antonio Carlos Jobim’s classic “Desafinado” and two other pieces, the album’s opener “Love Parfait” and the syncopated “Rio Paraiso,” in English. This last is heard in a translation by the singer and her bassist/musical director Ricardo Medeiros.
    The harp, horn, vibraphone combination produces some truly ethereal effects. The opening of “Triste de Quem,” the first of the album’s two instrumentals, is electric. Medieiros adds his only bass solo. Jobim’s “Chovendo Na Roseira,” the other instrumental, makes it clear that these are also musicians who can swing when they want to. The interplay between the three is always effective, making these instrumentals some of the highlights of the disc.
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