18 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It was a recipe for greatness: American tenor saxophonist Stan Getz jamming with the architects of bossa nova—Brazilian guitarist/singer João Gilberto and pianist/composer Antônio Carlos Jobim—for this landmark 1964 session. Sensuous and spellbinding from start to finish, the GRAMMY®-winning recording served as bossa nova’s passport to the world. Gems like “The Girl from Ipanema” and “Corcovado” were sung with breezy, bilingual elegance by Astrud Gilberto in her star-making debut.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It was a recipe for greatness: American tenor saxophonist Stan Getz jamming with the architects of bossa nova—Brazilian guitarist/singer João Gilberto and pianist/composer Antônio Carlos Jobim—for this landmark 1964 session. Sensuous and spellbinding from start to finish, the GRAMMY®-winning recording served as bossa nova’s passport to the world. Gems like “The Girl from Ipanema” and “Corcovado” were sung with breezy, bilingual elegance by Astrud Gilberto in her star-making debut.

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