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Sarah Vaughan - Copacabana (Exclusivamente Brasil) Album
Jazz / Latin
Performer: Sarah Vaughan
Title: Copacabana (Exclusivamente Brasil)
Country Germany
Label Pablo Today
Catalog Number CD 2312.125
Genre: Jazz / Latin
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 432
MP3 size: 1136 mb
FLAC size: 1343 mb
WMA size: 1158 mb
Record From: CD, Album, Reissue

Sarah Vaughan - Copacabana (Exclusivamente Brasil) Album


1Double Rainbow3:31
3Gentle Rain2:48
5To Say Goodbye (Pra Dizer Adeus)3:47
7The Smiling Hour (Abra Alas)4:17
9Dreamer (Vivo Sonhando)3:39


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6485 202Sarah Vaughan Exclusivamente Brasil ‎(LP, Album)Philips6485 202Brazil1980
2312 125Sarah Vaughan Copacabana ‎(LP, Album)Pablo Today2312 125Germany1981
VICJ-23599Sarah Vaughan Copacabana - Exclusivamente Brasil ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Pablo RecordsVICJ-23599Japan1991
2312.125Sarah Vaughan Copacabana ‎(LP)Pablo Today2312.125USUnknown
PACD 2312-125-2Sarah Vaughan Copacabana ‎(CD, Album, RE)Pablo TodayPACD 2312-125-2US1990


  • Arranged ByEdson Fredrico
  • GuitarHelio Delmiro
  • Photography [Studio J.a.] – Luiz Garrido
  • ProducerAloysio De Oliveira


℗ 1981, Pablo Records, Inc.
Recorded: October 1-5, 1979 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Marketed by Bernhard Mikulski Schallplatten Vertriebs GmbH
Made in Germany
UPC 90204 01357


  • Barcode: 090204013579
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 3254


  • Marketed By – BERNHARD MIKULSKI Schallplatten-Vertriebs-GmbH


Copacabana is a 1979 album by Sarah Vaughan. This was Vaughan's second album of Bossa nova following I Love Brazil, her third album of Brazilian music, Brazilian Romance followed in 1987. Although the contemporaneous review by Los Angeles Times jazz critic Leonard Feather was somewhat mixed, he did not fault the featured artist: That this set does not reach the consistent heights of its predecessor, I Love Brazil, cannot be blamed on Vaughan. The difference lies in the accompaniment, which this. Exclusivamente Brasil 1980. Album by Sarah Vaughan. The Smiling Hour Abre Alas. was covered in. The Smiling Hour by Julie Dexter and TheHC3 2015. Текст песни: Copacabana lovely place in Brazil Where every pair of eyes would give you a frail Ask any good Romancer Hell give you just one Warning. Report error. Exclusivamente Brasil by Sarah Vaughan. Release date. Catalog number. Also released under the title Copacabana Pablo Today, 2312-125. Added by Quentin. Tracks 8. Album by the American singer and pianist Sarah Lois Vaughan New Jersey, 1924-1990 originally titled 'Copacabana' outside Brazil. It is one of the last she launched in her solo career. This was the second album dedicated to the bossanova after 'I love Brazil' 1977. The music scene of the play offers a vocal 'vintage' of slow jazz and bossa enough for an evening of just over half an hour. Track list: 1. Copacabana 2. The smiling hour Abre alas 3. To say goodbye Pra dizer adeus 4. Dreamer Vivo sonhando 5. Gentle rain 6. Tetê 7. Dindi 8. Double rainbow Cho. Songs in album Sarah Vaughan - Copacabana 1979. Sarah Vaughan - Copacabana. Sarah Vaughan - The Smiling Hour Abre Alas. Sarah Vaughan - To Say Goodbye Pra Dizer Adeus. Sarah Vaughan - Dreamer Vivo Sonhando. Sarah Vaughan - Gentle Rain. Sarah Vaughan - Tete. Sarah Vaughan - Dindi. Sarah Vaughan - Double Rainbow Chovendo na Roseira. Sarah Vaughan - Bonita. Singer: Sarah Vaughan Album Title: Exclusivamente Brasil Category: Jazz Style: Bossanova Year: 1980. Formats: MP3 FLAC AU AHX MMF MOD ASF MP1 FLAC Rating: 3. 8 Votes: 406. Free Download links. Sarah Vaughan - Exclusivamente Brasil MP3 version RAR archive. Sarah Vaughan - Exclusivamente Brasil FLAC version RAR archive. Copacabana' is probably one of Sarah Vaughan's most underrated and least known albums. Recorded in 1979 while Sarah Vaughan was still very active making recordings and branching out to experiment new forms of music she had not attempted earlier in her career. As someone here pointed out earlier, this is the SECOND in the 'Brazilian Bossa Nova' albums Sarah made the other being 'Brazil' in 1977 and 'Obsession' in 1987, which turned out to be Sarah's final recording. Copacabana Album Version. Sarah Vaughan. Sarah Vaughan ft The Bob James Trio