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Ithamara Koorax – Got to Be Real (feat. Jose Roberto Betrami, Jeorge Pescara, Arnaldo De Souteiro, Haroldo Jobim)(2014)

17-09-2014, 20:02
Music | Nu Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Lounge

Ithamara Koorax – Got to Be Real (feat. Jose Roberto Betrami, Jeorge Pescara, Arnaldo De Souteiro, Haroldo Jobim)(2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Got to Be Real
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Irma Records
Genre: Lounge,Jazz,Acid Jazz,Pop-Jazz
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 14
Total Time: 01:00:09
Total Size: 153 MB

01. Ithamara Koorax - Got to Be Real (04:52)
02. Ithamara Koorax - Up, Up and Away (03:16)
03. Ithamara Koorax - Never Can Say Goodbye (05:14)
04. Ithamara Koorax - Goin' Out of My Head (03:14)
05. Ithamara Koorax - Can't Take My Eyes Off of You (05:36)
06. Ithamara Koorax - Butterfly (05:08)
07. Ithamara Koorax - I Get a Kick Out of You (03:23)
08. Ithamara Koorax - Toque De Cuica (05:41)
09. Ithamara Koorax - Negue (04:16)
10. Ithamara Koorax - My Favourite Things (02:16)
11. Ithamara Koorax - Ho-Ba-La-La (04:38)
12. Ithamara Koorax - Pigmaliao (04:52)
13. Ithamara Koorax - Vesti Azul (04:10)
14. Ithamara Koorax - Got to Be Real (Radio Mix) (03:26)

A native of Rio de Janeiro, Ithamara Koorax became a major name in Brazilian pop-jazz in the 1990s. The singer comes from a family of Polish Jews, who fled Europe during World War II. Born in Rio in 1965, Koorax was only a child when she began studying classical music. But when she reached adulthood, Koorax realized that Brazilian pop-jazz would be her focus — the vocalists she admired ranged from Flora Purim and Elis Regina to Shirley Horn, Ella Fitzgerald, and Carmen McRae. At 18, Koorax found that singing background vocals for various artists and providing jingles for Brazilian ad agencies could be very lucrative — and she enjoyed a great deal of exposure when her recording, "Iluminada," was used in a popular Brazilian soap opera in the early 1990s. Koorax's first album, Luiza: Ithamara Koorax Live was released in Japan on JVC in 1994, and several releases on the Japanese Paddle Wheel label followed, including Rio Vermelho in 1995, Ithamara Koorax Sings the Luiz Bonfá Songbook in 1996, Wave 2000 in 1997, and Bossa Nova Meets Drum'n'Bass in 1998. Koorax's first U.S. release came in 2000, when Fantasy licensed Serenade in Blue (recorded in 1997 and 1998) from the Jazz Station label.

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Quietinha   User offline   18 September 2014 05:19

A great album, but was released in 2013.

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vaaleraa   User offline   18 September 2014 13:28

уже про индексировальсь когда заметил 1

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nrwsps   User offline   20 September 2014 11:51

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