Friday, March 9, 2018

Next Stop from the motion picture...various artists..jazz, samba and bossa-nova

The fear of loneliness, a hope for romance, the occasional pang of moody nostalgia--it's all found in the light romance of Next Stop Wonderland. But few of Wonderland's plot devices work quite as convincingly at portraying these themes as the movie's soundtrack. Filled with the classic sounds of bossa nova and samba, these songs ooze with the melancholy found in the movie. There's a lot of great stuff here: classic Astrud Gilberto, Coleman Hawkins, Marcus Valle, new interpretations of Jobim. But the unexpected highlight is the original score: Claudio Ragazzi backed by the smooth-as-flan vocals of avant-jazz-guitarist-gone-Jobim-freak Arto Lindsay. Their trio of bossa-nova inspired collaborations sounds as sweet and timeless as the classic originals here.

  1. Batuacada - Bebel Gilberto/Vinicius Cantuaria
  2. Mas Que Nada - Tamba Trio
  3. Stay - Astrud Gilberto
  4. Crossed Paths - Claudio Ragazzi/Arto Lindsay
  5. Triste - Elis Regina
  6. Os Grilos (Crickets Sing For Ana Maria) - Marcos Valle
  7. One Note Samba/The Girl From Ipanema - Bebel Gilberto/Vinicius Cantuaria
  8. The Therapist - Claudio Ragazzi/Arto Lindsay
  9. Corcovado (Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars) - Astrud Gilberto
  10. The Suitors - Josh Zaentz/Sergio Brandao
  11. Baia - Walter Wanderley
  12. O Beijo (The Kiss) - Claudio Ragazzi
  13. Aquarela Do Brasil - Toots Thielemans/Elis Regina
  14. Desafinado - Antonio Carlos Jobim
  15. The Finale - Claudio Ragazzi/Arto Lindsay/Bebel Gilberto
  16. O Pato (The Duck) - Coleman Hawkins

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