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Duos III

Luciana Souza

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There’s an adage that a good song works even when it’s stripped to its essentials. You know a piece is solid when it comes across with just a voice and a guitar. The 12 tracks on Luciana Souza’s Duos III stand up nicely to that test. Then again, the three masterful guitarists who appear on the album—Toninho Horta, Romero Lubambo, and Marco Pereira—provide accompaniment that brings to mind one-man orchestras. (Lubambo and Pereira previously played on 2002’s Brazilian Duos and 2005’s Duos II.) Souza’s husband, Larry Klein, who's well-known for his collaborations with female artists, produced this fine set. “Tim Tim por Tim Tim,” from the pen of Haroldo Barbosa and Geraldo Jacques, flies by in a minute and a half as Souza and Horta joyfully render it with a sharp sense of musical detail. Antonio Carlos Jobim’s “Chora Coracao,” with Pereira on guitar, comes across like a low-key aria. “Eu Vim da Bahia,” by Gilberto Gil, retains the songwriter’s touch in a jazzy version that displays Pereira’s virtuosity. Lubambo is wonderful on Jobim’s “Dindi,” and Souza’s delicate handling of the melody may bring a tear to your eye.

Biography

Born: June 14, 1966 in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Luciana Souza's first solo album was An Answer to Your Silence (NYC Records, 1999). The Poems of Elizabeth Bishop and Other Songs (Sunnyside Records, 2000) was fifth place in The New York Times' 2000 The Year in Pop and Jazz: The Critics' Choice list. In 1991, she was elected Discovery of the Year by APCA for her work with Hermeto Pascoal. In the next year, she toured with the Zimbo Trio. In 1995, she was nominated for Outstanding Latin Act and, in the next year, Outstanding Jazz Vocalist at the...
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