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Mariana Martin - Bossa Nova (2014)

6-03-2014, 21:59
Music | Jazz | Bossa Nova | Vocal Jazz

Mariana Martin - Bossa Nova (2014)

Artist: Mariana Martin
Title Of Album: Bossa Nova
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Live-Music- Miami
Genre: Bossa Nova, Brazilian Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 36:52
Total Size: 86 Mb
Covers: Front

01. A Felicidade (4:32)
02. Summer Samba (So Nice) (3:37)
03. Girl From Ipanema (3:46)
04. Flor De Lis (4:27)
05. Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars) (3:37)
06. Madalena (3:11)
07. Triste (4:14)
08. Pra Dizer Adeus (4:43)
09. Wave (4:39)

Born in Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Mariana is a consequence of the Bossa Nova movement. American mother and Brazilian father she lived most of her life between the USA and Brazil. She started her singing career at age 18 in Rio singing Brazilian Jazz at the popular local clubs of Rio. She studied music at the Brazilian conservatory of music in Rio de Janeiro and Dick Grove School of Music in LA. By the age of 19 she was a recording artist for the label Som Livre in Brazil where she had two albums produced by Guto Graca Mello. At Age 21 Mariana was invited by Chicago Musician Brazilian percussionist Laudir de Oliveira to join a Brazilian Jazz band called The Brazilian Secrets in Los Angeles. Together they performed for four consecutive years the Brazilian Carnival at the Hollywood Palladium in LA and opened a live concert for Duran Duran in Anaheim, California. Together with musicians: Don Grusin (keyboards), Lee Ritnower (guitar), Tom Scott (Winds), Jimmy Haslip (bass/Yellow Jackets), Kay Akagi (keyboards), and many others the Brazilian Secrets played live in several night clubs in LA.
Mariana is now based in Miami where she performed for 3 consecutives years at the Van Dyke Café Jazz Club in Miami Beach and together with musicians Don Wilner / Bass (Music Director of the Van Dyke Café) and Mike Orta / Piano (Head Director of the Music Dept. FIU) and Claudio Spiewak (Acoustic guitar) she recorded a Brazilian jazz CD called "BOSSA NOVA BLUES". She is now playing in local night clubs and is in the process of releasing her new album “Forbidden Fruit Lounge” better described as a fusion of her American and Brazilian heritage.

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