Rosa Passos - Samba Dobrado (2013)

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Rosa Passos - Samba Dobrado (2013)

Rosa Passos - Samba Dobrado (2013)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 57:49 min | 132 MB
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Bossa Nova | Label: Universal International

In her native Brazil, Rosa Passos is known and loved as "the female version of João Gilberto." For a singer/songwriter who carries the soulful cool of bossa nova into a new age, there can be no higher cumpliment. Mingling the classics of Gilberto, Jobim, Barroso and other masters of Brazilian songs with her own enchanting works, Passos sings in a sweet, warm, totally-in-tune voice that the Los Angeles Times has hailed as "sounding a bit like the legendary Elis Regina but with the rhythmic articulation of Ella Fitzgerald." Rosa Passos was Born and raised surrounded by music in the city of Salvador, the capital of the state of Bahia in Brazil and the heart of Afro-Brazilian culture.

Stimulated by her parents, Rosa was already a promising pianist when she was five. As a teenager her father introduced her to a collection of early recordings from João Gilberto and Tom Jobim. Inspired by the movie 'Black Orpheus' (1959) and its soundtrack, she replaced the piano with the guitar, and since then she has been completely dedicated to her art of composing and singing. When she was 15, she had already appeared successfully on television in Salvador. You will see the resemblance to João Gilberto, in fact, his music was a strong influence on her early years and made a lasting impression…more…


01. Pedro Brasil
02. Linha Do Equador
03. Maçã Do Rosto
04. Faltando Um Pedaço
05. Capim
06. Pétala
07. Lei
08. Para-Raio
09. Cigano
10. Samba Dobrado
11. Fato Consumado
12. Serrado
13. Doce Menestrel