Jacintha picks up the tempo in her first bossa nova session. Featuring a program of some of the most well known classics of the genre including several Jobim favorites like So Nice, Desafinado, Dindi, Corcovado, as well as less familiar tunes like O Ganso and So Danco Samba, The Girl From Bossa Nova is a striking change of pace for Jacintha that will enthrall all of her fans.
With superb solos from tenor sax player Harry Allen and acoustic guitar from John Pisano (former Diana Krall Trio member), the album is given the supreme finishing touch by the magical playing of Brazilian master percussionist Paulinho Da Costa who’s recorded and performed with all the legends. His contribution truly gives the entire album it’s authentic bossa nova vibe.
And yes, there are a couple of classic Jacintha ballads done bossa style: This Masquerade and Dindi. A must buy for Jacintha fans and all bossa nova lovers.
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EMM Labs ADC-8
Sony Sonoma DSD Workstation
Sebastian Koh, Ying Tan
Bernie Grundman, Analog to DSD Stereo & DSD Multichannel Transfer, DSD Download Created by Dave Glasser, Airshow Mastering
DSD 128 and DSD 256 Download Files Created by Tom Caulfield at the NativeDSD Mastering Lab, Marshfield, MA
AKG C-12, C-12A and KM-S4, Neumann M-49, M-80 and U-67, Sony C55p, Sennheiser 441, 421
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Michael C. Ross, Recording Engineer, Greg Burns, Assistant Engineer
Record One, Sherman Oaks, CA on February 19 and 20, 2004
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|Release Date||March 30, 2018|
“Until you’ve heard this album, you have no idea just how significant a singer Jacintha truly is. Here, she sounds alive — in-the-room real. It’s almost spooky. And this allows you to get a feel for how she sets up a line, using subtle inflection and/or minor variation of pitch and tempo to make each syllable come alive.
She never forces her way, always remembering the gentleness of the Bossa Nova. Instead she carefully and confidently navigates her way through with unerring accuracy. She sings these Brazilian songs like a native, a real testament to her talent.”
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