Rosa Passos - Curare (2013)

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Rosa Passos - Curare (2013)

Rosa Passos - Curare (2013)
Jazz, Bossa Nova | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 46 min | 109 MB
Label: Deckdisc | Rel:2013

Rosa Passos is a contemporary singer in Brazil who is dedicated to a genuine evolution of Brazilian music, devoid of fashionable trends or commercialism. She has established herself firmly in the country’s artistic scenery, acknowledged by such artists as João Gilberto, Maria Schneider, Clare Fisher, Paquito D’Rivera, Johnny Alf, Nana Caymmi (who recorded two of her compositions), and even the number one enemy of bossa nova, the music researcher J.R. Tinhorão. Passos’s father was very fond of music and he started all his six children on an instrument. Passos’s perfect pitch capabilities led her to begin playing the piano at the age of 3. When she was 11, she heard João Gilberto’s Orfeu do Carnaval, which changed her life. Passos abandoned the study of piano and decided to be a singer. She began listening to Gilberto compulsively, and learned the violão from listening to Gilberto’s records. Her other vocal influences were Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Etta James, Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Shirley Horn (who has declared herself to be a fan), Cole Porter, and George Gershwin. However, Rosa’s main influences remain João Gilberto and Dorival Caymmi.


01. Curare
02. Fotografia
03. Tim Tim Por Tim Tim
04. Coisa Mais Linda
05. Dindi
06. Aquarela Do Brasil
07. A Felicidade
08. Folha Morta
09. Só Danço Samba
10. Sim Ou Não
11. O Nosso Amor
12. Adeus América Eu Quero Um Samba
13. Ilusão à Toa