It was recorded by pianist from Madrid, Alfonso Santisteban, who added "Carlos" between his name and surname as a Brazilian name, perhaps in Antonio Carlos Jobim tribute. Santisteban wrote and played many OSTs in sixties and seventies between Spain and Italy, where put music to several X and B films. In 1968 entered in Spanish public TV channel (TVE) as a musical director, working for several programs. Bossa '68 contains 12 Santisteban compositions. He plays piano, with sidemen as Alfonso Ortiz (guitar), Enrique García (drums), Djalmar (pandeiro), USA trumpet player (Anthony Brito), Jerry Crane (trombone) and Rafael Comas (flute).