Antonio Carlos Jobim's: Finest Hour (2000) MP3/Flac

While Antonio Carlos Jobim is an essential figure in the music of Brazil, he also created a significant place for himself in American music as a great songwriter and a key figure in the tremendous popularity of bossa nova. Apart from his unique melodic gift, what makes Jobim's work memorable is the complexity of mood he could evoke--the touch of sadness that colors the brightest bossa nova, the irony in the midst of joy, and the mixture of delicacy and resilience in his voice and piano. He was an artist who worked primarily in pastels, but it was his sense of shadows that gave his work its most enduring qualities. Including his most famous tunes and collaborators--like "The Girl from Ipanema" with Stan Getz and Astrud Gilberto--Jobim's Finest Hour catches it all, from the standard-bearers to such gems as the playful "Aguas de Marco." --Stuart Broomer
01-The Girl from Ipanema 12.42 MB
02-Desafinado 9.71 MB
03-Corcovado 9.79 MB
04-Agua de Beber 6.61 MB
05-O Morro Nao Tem Vez 8.30 MB
06-Insensatez 6.71 MB
07-One Note Samba 5.24 MB
08-Meditation (Meditacao) 7.56 MB
09-Chega de Saudade 9.95 MB
10-Wave 6.72 MB
11-The Girl from Ipanema 11.17 MB
12-Remember 9.26 MB
13-Un Rancho Nas Nuvens 9.40 MB
14-Aguas de Marco (Waters of March) 8.19 MB
15-Inutil Paisagem (Useless Landscape) 7.37 MB
16-Passarim 8.35 MB
17-Looks Like December 8.61 MB
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