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Now Playing: Milton Nascimento

Published: 10/21/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Truth: The passion of Milton Nascimento’s voice is the true spirit of Brazil, from its resonant depth to the chime-like clarity of his unique falsetto. We’ll tap into his best songs framed by a playlist filled with great music. Preview & Listen here!

'Singers & Songwriters' month continues with Kenia’s greatest hits and a voice that can seduce you into thinking that Rio is right outside your door. The PLAY button and playlist are a click away

Older: Antonio Adolfo

Published: 10/07/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Pianist Antonio Adolfo is a quiet giant of Brazilian jazz. His songs have been covered by Stevie Wonder, Earl Klugh & Dionne Warwick. One became a 'Greatest Hit' for Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66! Get a fresh take on his music:Preview & playlist here.

Older: Minas Brazilian Jazz

Published: 09/30/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

This week, I'll showcase the original music of Minas, one of America's truly elite Brazilian music groups. Orlando Haddad & Patricia King have a special story that's unique to our show. Read all about it & listen, too!

Older: The Music of Ivan Lins

Published: 09/23/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Should Ivan Lins be considered Brazil's best pop songwriter? His hits carry the depth of passion and range of emotion of Brazilian song. Here's a star-studded playlist featuring two hours of his very best. Click to Listen Now. Preview & playlist too

Older: The Best of Basia

Published: 09/16/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Basia Nova! Why not? What better way to wrap up the summer season than with the very best songs from an international pop star? Plus a special treat when we play an unreleased Basia gem. Click to Listen Live and the preview and playlist too.

Older: Guitarist Sandro Albert

Published: 09/09/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Guitarist Sandro Albert is the musical equivalent of a Best-Kept Secret for Brazilian jazz. Acoustic or electric, his style will surely warm your Autumnal heart. Plus our debut of his new 'Samba Bop' album. Click to Listen.

It’s the Sergio Mendes Alumni Show! Each & every song features a musician who has recorded or performed with the Brazilian musical master. Plus a look back at the ‘Class of 66’ in my producer’s notes this week. Get the playlist and our preview here.

Older: Rosalia de Souza

Published: 08/26/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

It’s the best of singer Rosalia de Souza! She became Bossa’s Modern Gil after cutting her teeth in countless studio sessions across Europe while calling Italy home. Today, she’s redefining Brazilian jazz with a sense of neo-nostalgia. Press PLAY here

Older: The Girls From Ipanema

Published: 08/19/2014 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Been to Rio? Then you know that the city sings a siren’s song. This week our playlist’s filled with music from its best female performers. A two-hour radio special featuring no less than 13 of the Girls From Ipanema. Push to PLAY is a click away!