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The Astrud Gilberto Album

Astrud Gilberto, Marty Paich and His Orchestra

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1
Once I Loved
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:13
2
Agua De Beber (feat. Antonio Carlos Jobim)
Astrud Gilberto; Antonio Carlos Jobim; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:19
3
Meditation
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:43
4
And Roses And Roses
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:36
5
O Morro (Nao Tem Vez)
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
3:01
6
How Insensitive
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:49
7
Dindi
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:43
8
Photograph
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:15
9
Dreamer
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:05
10
So Finha De Ser Com Voce
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestra
2:21
11
All That's Left Is To Say Goodbye
Astrud Gilberto; Marty Paich and His Orchestraq
3:12
Total Playing Time    28:17
Brazilian singer Astrud Gilberto was introduced to the world as the vocalist on the Stan Getz bossa nova smash hit The Girl From Ipanema in 1964, her first professional singing performance. She toured with Getz in the aftermath of that hit which led to a multi-album contract with Verve. Her solo career quickly took off with this debut release in 1965 featuring lush strings arranged by Marty Paich and the sublime guitar work and arrangements of bossa nova pioneer Antonio Carlos Jobim, the composer of The Girl From Ipanema. This album includes songs in both English and Portuguese.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Verve Music Group Studio Masters

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