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Gosto Delicado

by Gosto Delicado

Acoustic Brazilian. A wonderful trip to Choro, Samba and Bossa Nova featuring the outstanding voice of Pía Miranda- elegant, intimate, joyful.
Genre: Latin: MPB
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1. Sampa
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4:47 album only
2. Quem te viu quem te vê
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4:02 album only
3. Danca da solidao
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3:46 album only
4. Maca
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4:04 album only
5. Samba do aviao
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4:01 album only
6. Anos dourados
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3:59 album only
7. Doce de coco
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5:26 album only
8. Pra que discutir com Madame?
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3:18 album only
9. Carinhoso
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5:32 album only


Album Notes
Born from the passions and emotions shared among the musicians, Gosto Delicado's opus No.1 represents a homage and invitation to discovering Brazilian popular music that is both stimulating and emotional.
Choro, Samba, Bossa Nova or MPB- enjoy refined grooves, warm harmonies and an extraordinary voice!
Recorded in the peaceful seclusion of the French countryside, the album breathes a lovely spirit of relaxation and features some very tasteful guestappearances.

Pía Miranda- vocal/trombone
Olivier Lob- 7string guitar/Cavaquinho
Felix Hildenbrand- doublebass
Rémi Dombre- Percussion

special guests: Markus Stockhausen- flugelhorn
Claudio Puntin- clarinet
Fred San Pascual- surdo/cuica


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