The Brasiléros - Bossa Nova: The New Sound In Jazz From South America
Jazz, Latin
Label: Diplomat Records ‎– DS2285, Diplomat Records ‎– DS 2285
Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country: US
Date of released:
Category: Jazz, Latin
Style: Bossa Nova, Samba
Category: Jazz, Latin
Singer: The Brasiléros
Title: Bossa Nova: The New Sound In Jazz From South America
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The Brasiléros - Bossa Nova: The New Sound In Jazz From South America

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A1 Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune)
Written-By [Uncredited] – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Jon Hendricks, Newton Mendonça
A2 Samba De Uma Nota So (One Note Samba)
Written-By [Uncredited] – Antonio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendonça
A3 When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Written-By [Uncredited] – Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore
A4 Sugar Loaf
Written-By [Uncredited] – Bill Barron
A5 Bossa Nova Blues
Written-By [Uncredited] – Bill Barron
B1 Sazella De Rio
Written-By [Uncredited] – Bill Barron
B2 Promenade São Paulo
Written-By [Uncredited] – Bill Barron
B3 In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
Written-By [Uncredited] – Egbert Van Alstyne, Harry Williams
B4 Desarama
Written-By [Uncredited] – Bill Barron
B5 Witch Hazel
Written-By [Uncredited] – Bill Barron

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  • Bass [Uncredited] – Ron Carter
  • Drums [Uncredited] – Charlie Persip
  • Featuring – The Brazilians*
  • Illustration – Frank Daniel
  • Piano [Uncredited] – Kenny Barron
  • Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Bill Barron


Bossa Nova: The new Bossa Nova dance rhythm is the most exciting musical current to sweep through this nation since the Cha Cha Cha. Because of its gay beat and the tender simplicity of its melodies, Bossa Nova has already gained wide acceptance by the American public. "Desafinado," which means "slightly out of tune," is currently one of the country's top records hits and leads off this recording. The album's second selection, "Samba De Uma Nota So" (One Note Samba) has also gained great favor among fans of the new wave of music from Brazil.

Bossa Nova is the outgrowth of dissatisfaction with the traditional samba among members of the younger generation of poets and musicians in Rio De Janeiro. They felt that the samba rhythms were growing cold, becoming mechanical, with too many influences of the Mexican bolero, the Argentine tango, and the West Indian merengue creeping into the dance. These angry young men felt that the lyrics had become oversophisticated so that they no longer reflected the intense joy for living that is basic in the spirit of the Brazilian people. Therefore, borrowing from modern American jazz and contemporary classical music, such Bossa Nova pioneers as Joao Gilberto, Carlos Jobim and Oscar Castro Neves fashioned an excellent new musical style based upon the roots of the traditional samba. The term "Bossa Nova" actually means a new flair, a new knack, a new way of doing things. Since its birth in 1959, the Bossa Nova movement has captured the hearts of Brazilians and is now claiming the respect, admiration, and allegiance of people all around the world who love lively music with a joyous message and a bright, bold beat.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D2285, D 2285 The Brasiléros Bossa Nova: The New Sound In Jazz From South America ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Diplomat Records, Diplomat Records D2285, D 2285 US 1962