Dionne Warwick - Sings Cole Porter / Aquarela Do Brasil (2011) [Vocal Jazz, Bossa Nova]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Dionne Warwick - Sings Cole Porter / Aquarela Do Brasil (2011) [Vocal Jazz, Bossa Nova]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Dionne Warwick
Album: Sings Cole Porter / Aquarela Do Brasil
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Bossa Nova
Label: Soul Music.com Records
Released: 2011
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
    CD 1:
  1. Night and Day 3:41
  2. I Love Paris 3:31
  3. I Get a Kick Out of You 3:55
  4. What Is This Thing Called Love?/So in Love 3:19
  5. You're the Top 3:27
  6. I've Got You Under My Skin 3:40
  7. Begin the Beguine 5:19
  8. It's All Right with Me 4:40
  9. Anything Goes 2:39
  10. All of You 3:22
  11. I Concentrate on You 3:48
  12. Just One of Those Things 3:31
  13. Night and Day [Jazz Version] 4:12

    CD 2:
  1. Jobim Medley 5:52
  2. Virou Areia 4:13
  3. Oh Bahia 5:27
  4. Piano Na Mangueira 2:48
  5. Captives of the Heart 4:49
  6. Samba Dobrado 4:21
  7. Heart of Brazil 4:37
  8. N'koshi Sikelel'i - Afrika/So Bashiya Bahlala Ekhaya 3:50
  9. Brazil [Aquarela do Brasil] 3:59
  10. Caravan 3:56
  11. Flower of Bahia 4:17
  12. 10,000 Words 4:27

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Digitally remastered two CD set containing a pair of albums from the Pop/Soul vocalist. Warwick had been a hitmaker at Arista Records for over a decade when label head Clive Davis suggested she record an entire album of songs from the timeless catalog of Cole Porter. The Jazz version of 'Night And Day' features Grover Washington Jr. and Stanley Jordan. By 1994, Dionne made Brazil her second home, and in tribute, she recorded Aquarela Do Brasil ("Watercolours Of Brazil"). Dionne worked with producer Teo Lima and surrounded herself with the some of the best musicians in Brazil including Dori Caymmi and Oscar Castro-Neves, recording compositions by Antonio Carlos Jobim among others. The rhythm tracks and vocals were cut in Rio, lending a completely authentic feel to the album.

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