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Amorosa

by Rosa Passos

Amorosa by Rosa Passos

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Amorosa

by Rosa Passos

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Label: Sony Classical
Passos has earned comparisons to Astrud Gilberto, but on Amorosa she surpasses her, demonstrating the kind of jazz phrasing that is both girlish and knowing -- and also deftly original. There's not a song she doesn't make her own, whether it's the worn-out "Besame Mucho," the perennial favorite "Wave" or the world's first bossa nova single, "Chega De Saudade." This is music for grown-ups, and we mean that in the best way. (N.B.: Amorosa nods to Joao Gilberto's landmark 1977 Amoroso both in title and content, covering several songs from that album.)

About This Album

Passos has earned comparisons to Astrud Gilberto, but on Amorosa she surpasses her, demonstrating the kind of jazz phrasing that is both girlish and knowing -- and also deftly original. There's not a song she doesn't make her own, whether it's the worn-out "Besame Mucho," the perennial favorite "Wave" or the world's first bossa nova single, "Chega De Saudade." This is music for grown-ups, and we mean that in the best way. (N.B.: Amorosa nods to Joao Gilberto's landmark 1977 Amoroso both in title and content, covering several songs from that album.)

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About This Album

Passos has earned comparisons to Astrud Gilberto, but on Amorosa she surpasses her, demonstrating the kind of jazz phrasing that is both girlish and knowing -- and also deftly original. There's not a song she doesn't make her own, whether it's the worn-out "Besame Mucho," the perennial favorite "Wave" or the world's first bossa nova single, "Chega De Saudade." This is music for grown-ups, and we mean that in the best way. (N.B.: Amorosa nods to Joao Gilberto's landmark 1977 Amoroso both in title and content, covering several songs from that album.)