(2005) Samba Pa Ti (Cd)

Various Artists

... read moreLiterally translated into English, “samba pa ti,” means “samba for you.” This collection from Warner Music Spain contains 18 classic sambas and bossa novas performed by some of the biggest stars in Latin music. Producers Luis Gómez Escolar and Sole Giménez assembled a range of talent in these...

01:03′:15″ 18 Songs

1
Various Artists
La Chica De Ipanema
4:11
2
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Yo Se Que Te Amaré (Eu Se Que Vou Te Amar)
2:51
3
Various Artists
Samurai
3:30
4
Various Artists
Mañana De Carnaval (Manhã De Carnaval)
3:11
5
Various Artists
Usted Abusó (Você Abusou)
3:53
6
Various Artists
Insensatez
3:40
7
Various Artists
Sozinho
3:02
8
Various Artists
Más Que Nada
3:19
9
Various Artists
Hoy Daría Yo Mi Vida (Eu Daria Minha Vida)
3:43
10
Various Artists
Una Guitarra Una Canción (Corcovado)
3:24
11
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Oh Qué Será
3:23
12
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Adiós Tristeza (Tristeza)
3:56
13
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Barquinho (O Barquinho)
3:10
14
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Ven Magalenha (Magalenha)
3:38
15
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País Tropical
3:19
16
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¿Por Qué? Llorar (Pra Que Chorar)
3:53
17
Various Artists
Desde Que O Samba É Samba
3:44
18
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Desafinado
3:28
Released 15 March 2005, 2005 Warner Music Spain S.A.

Review

Literally translated into English, “samba pa ti,” means “samba for you.” This collection from Warner Music Spain contains 18 classic sambas and bossa novas performed by some of the biggest stars in Latin music. Producers Luis Gómez Escolar and Sole Giménez assembled a range of talent in these modern interpretations of classics including “Girl from Ipanema,” by Josemi Carmona, Tere Bautista, and Jarabe de Palo; “Mas Que Nada” by Lucrecia; and “Desafinado” by vocalists Pastora Soler, Ana Belén, and Carmen Paris. ~ Thom Jurek