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Album Review

Eliane Elias' second record for Bluebird is, like the previous Kissed by Nature, a vocal date intended for crossover audiences. Elias connects with her Brazilian pop heritage by choosing to sing, early on, a pair of Astrud Gilberto pieces, "Call Me" and "So Nice (Summer Samba)," both of which fortuitously suit the short range of her voice. Still, she speaks far more with a half-minute of piano soloing than she does with several minutes of vocal interpretation, and sounds far more comfortable taking an extra verse of the latter in Portuguese. Unlike the Gilberto tracks, Elias succeeds on two Antonio Carlos Jobim compositions, "Photograph" and the title song, her voice ironically betraying her in the same seductive fashion that Jobim himself made a hallmark. Her solos, though beautiful and contemplative, are short and usually hug the shore. As an overall musician, Elias has sure instincts when playing or singing, and compensates for her lack of vocal strength by rarely lingering on her notes.

Customer Reviews

This album is wonderful!

I and many others wrote reviews on this album in 2004. Everyone of them rated it 5 stars. I wonder what happened to those reviews? Well anyway I never get tired of listening to each and every song, they never grow old. Elaine's voice goes perfectly with the orchesration. Her piano playing is wonderful and I wish all of her albums were produced like this one was. One reviewer said this was the album he always had playing when a date came to dinner because it started to evening off well and really paved the way.


The best album has ever created ; )


A beatiful woman with a beautiful, rich voice. Almost like another era, this is wonerful jazz


Born: March 19, 1960 in São Paulo, Brazil

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The classical tradition meets the spontaneity of jazz through the virtuosic playing of Brazil-born and New York-based pianist Eliane Elias. A former member of jazz ensemble Steps Ahead, Elias has continued to explore two distinct musical streams through her solo recordings and her performances since the mid-'80s. In 1993, she became one of the few artists to release jazz and classical albums simultaneously. In a review of a concert in her homeland, Brazil magazine praised Elias for "her dazzling...
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