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Customer Reviews

Oldie but very, very goodie

Three major bossa nova talents together. Much better than its companion recorded around the same time "En Mar del Plata" (listed in ITunes under "Vincius" de Moraes). Maria Creuza's voice and Toquino's guitar are at their individual peaks and are excellent at interpreting the old master's musical vision. Especially recommended tracks are A felicidade with its motto "Sadness has no end, happiness does", Voce Abusou, and of course Vinicius' masterpiece Garota de Ipanema.

Key Addition for Bossa Nova Fans

This is my favorite bossa nova album, surpassing even Getz and Gilberto's famous release. Although the sound quality is somewhat lacking, the pure genius of the music transcends this. I fell in love with my future wife listening to this music... (Well, we both grew up there, and that helped too!) Every song in this one is a 'keeper.'

Indispensable

Uno de los momentos notables de Vinicius de Moraes se produjo cuando administró la belleza y el color de la voz de María Creuza y el talento virtuoso de Toquinho, todo ensamblado con la poción mágica y el secreto que se llevó a su tumba, la que huele a tabaco y licor en una noche calurosa de Brasil.

Biography

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Vinicius de Moraes' favorite interpreter, Maria Creuza had success with several songs written by Antônio Carlos Pinto (her husband) and Jocafi. Having also recorded and toured with Moraes (Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar, 1972), she had her albums released in Europe and Japan, where she performed regularly. Her biggest hits were "Apelo" (Baden Powell/Vinicius de Moraes), "Eu Disse Adeus" (Roberto Carlos), "Pois É" (Chico Buarque/Tom Jobim), "Feijãozinho Com Torresmo" (Walter Queiroz), "Festa no Terreiro de...
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