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Scott Adams

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September 24, 1966 is the day Mas Que Nada - the first 'single' from Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 - entered Billboard's Top 100, but that's not the beginning of the story. We "tell all, play all" with several versions. Playlist is here. Oba!

In the early 1960’s, Rio’s beaches were percolating with a musical revolution, only two years after Bossa's birth. Our playlist brings the real Bossa sound to life with these hidden Brazilian gems. Click here for our Preview & Playlist.

Older: Emilio Santiago

Published: 09/06/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

It's the Best of Emilio Santiago with two hours of his greatest hits including his final recording plus a hidden gem or two! Click here to preview and PLAY

Older: The Spirit of Jobim

Published: 08/30/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Our 'Bossa Nova Breeze' radio theme takes us to the heart of Ipanema with 'The Spirit of Jobim', retracing the musical footsteps of Brazil greatest songwriter. So forget about your to-do list and turn your attention south today! Listen Here.

Older: Oscar Castro-Neves

Published: 08/23/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Let's picks up a soundtrack with a Bossa Nova vibe as we enjoy a special tribute for guitarist Oscar Castro-Neves. Plus a celebrity surprise or two! Click to Listen Live daily!

Older: Antonio Adolfo

Published: 08/16/2016 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: Marcos Ariel

Published: 08/09/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Keyboardist Marcos Ariel’s ‘Best Of’ show couldn't be more timely:as we Rendezvous with Rio de Janeiro's best! Click for our Preview Page, Playlist & Play button.

A tip of the Malandro hat to Five Decades of The Legendary ‘Getz/Gilberto’ album. We have the musical story to share. Preview, Playlist & Play button are here.

Older: Hot Brazilian Nights

Published: 07/26/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

‘Hot Brazilian Nights!’ The perfect soundtrack for Rio After Dark. When the lights go down the music heats up to fuel a summertime reboot. From the jazz clubs to the dance floor, this show really captures a midnight groove. Preview and Playlist here.

Older: The New Bossa Nova

Published: 07/19/2016 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

She’s The Girl From Ipanema’s daughter & she’s tired of just singing her mother’s old tunes. Now she’s into the latest styles from Milan! This week the New Bossa sound pluses our playlist. How did this happen? Read the preview & click here to listen!