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Bossa Nova: New Brazilian Jazz is an album by Argentine composer, pianist and conductor Lalo Schifrin recorded in 1962 and released on the Audio Fidelity label.[3][4] The album was released during the height of the popularity of bossa nova music in the early 1960s and was one of Schifrin’s earliest solo albums after leaving Dizzy Gillespie’s band.

The album peaked at 35 on the Billboard Albums Chart in 1963.

Track listing:
“Boato (Bistro)” (J.R. Kelly) – 2:26
“Chora Tua Tristeza” (Oscar Castro-Neves, Luvercy Fiorini) – 2:38
“Poema Do Adeus” (Luís Antônio) – 3:19
“Apito No Samba” (Antônio, Luís Bandeira) – 2:50
“Chega De Saudade” (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes) – 5:19
“Bossa Em Nova York” (Jose Paulo, D. Madrid) – 1:52
“O Amor E A Rosa” (João Pernambuco, Antônio Maria) – 3:34
“O Menino Desce O Morro (Little Brown Boy)” (De Rosa, Vera Brasil) – 2:28
“Menina Feia” (Castro-Neves) – 2:25
“Ouça” (Maysa) – 3:56
“Samba De Uma Nota So” (Jobim, N.F. De Mendonca) – 3:44
“Patinho Feio (aka Ugly Duckling)” (Castro-Neves) – 3:01

Personnel:
Lalo Schifrin – piano, arranger
Leo Wright – alto saxophone, flute
Christopher White – bass
Rudy Collins – drums
Jose Paulo, Carmen Costa – percussion
Unidentified harp and strings

 

Label: Audio Fidelity
Catalog#: AFSD 5981
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1962