May 05, 1997
Sony Music Distribution
Jazz, Cool, World Fusion, Post-Bop, Dance-Pop, Bop, Disco, Fusion, Hard Bop, Latin Folk, Crossover Jazz, Samba, Bossa Nova, Modal Music, Brazilian Traditions, Latin Jazz, Brazilian Jazz, MPB, Brazilian Pop

Album Review

Bossa Nova: This is Jazz, Vol. 29 is an entertaining 11-track collection that contains such jazz superstars as Stan Getz, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Charlie Byrd, Astrud Gilberto and, of course, Antonio Carlos Jobim playing familiar bossa nova tunes. It's not a definitive overview of the genre, but as a sampler, it's quite enjoyable and provides a reasonably effective introduction.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Wave
  2. Retrato Em Branco E Prieto (Picture in Black and White)
  3. SabiĆ”
  4. Dindi
  5. Ponteio
  6. Obsession
  7. Corcovado
  8. Double Rainbow
  9. Vera Cruz
  10. Miracle of the Fishes
  11. Brazil (Aquarela Do Brasil)