Terra Brasilis

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Terra Brasilis
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Genre Jazz, bossa nova
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Aloysio de Oliveria
Antônio Carlos Jobim chronology
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Terra Brasilis is the 11th album by Antônio Carlos Jobim. It was recorded at the RCA Recording Studios in New York City and released in 1980. The album includes reworkings of old songs as well as new material and placed 42nd on the US Jazz Albums 1980 year-end chart.[ citation needed ]


Track listing

  1. "Vivo Sonhando" (Gene Lees) –3:00
  2. "Canta Mais (Sing Once More)" (Vinicius de Moraes) –4:32
  3. "Olha Maria (Amparo)" –4:04
  4. "One Note Samba" (Jon Hendricks, Newton Mendonça) –2:17
  5. "Dindi" (Aloysio de Oliveria, Ray Gilbert) –4:13
  6. "Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)" (Lees) –3:26
  7. "Marina" –2:41
  8. "Desafinado" ("Off Key") (Lees, Mendonça) –3:24
  9. "Você Vai Ver" ("You'll See") –2:55
  10. "Estrada Do Sol" (Dolores Duran) –2:04
  11. "The Girl from Ipanema" (de Moraes, Norman Gimbel) –4:47
  12. "Double Rainbow" –4:04
  13. "Triste" –3:03
  14. "Wave" –3:39
  15. "Someone to Light Up My Life" (de Moraes, Gene Lees) –3:03
  16. "Falando de Amor" ("Speaking of Love") – 3:39
  17. "Two Kites" –4:36
  18. "Modinha" (de Moraes) –3:37
  19. "The Song of the Sabiá (Sabiá)" (Chico Buarque, Gimbel) –4:04
  20. "This Happy Madness (Estrada Branca)" (de Moraes, Lees) –2:49

All songs composed by Antônio Carlos Jobim, lyricists indicated.


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  1. Terra Brasilis at AllMusic
  2. Swenson, J., ed. (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide . USA: Random House/Rolling Stone. p.  113. ISBN   0-394-72643-X.