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Zoot Sims|New Beat Bossa Nova, Vol. 1Original Bossa Nova Album Plus Bonus Tracks

New Beat Bossa Nova, Vol. 1Original Bossa Nova Album Plus Bonus Tracks

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra

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Recado Bassa Nova, Pt. 1
Zoot Sims
00:02:37

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Djalma Ferreira, Composer - Antônio Luiz, Writer

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2
Recado Bossa Nova, Pt. 2
Zoot Sims
00:02:59

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Djalma Ferreira, Composer - Antônio Luiz, Writer

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Cano Canoe
Zoot Sims
00:05:38

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Mick Micheyl, Composer, Writer

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Cantando a Orquestra
Zoot Sims
00:04:09

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Carlos Lyra, Composer, Writer

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Ciume
Zoot Sims
00:04:14

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Carlos Lyra, Composer, Writer

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Maria Ninguem
Zoot Sims
00:02:39

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Carlos Lyra, Composer, Writer

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Sem Saudades De Voce
Zoot Sims
00:06:03

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Carlos Lyra, Composer, Writer

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Barquinho De Papel
Zoot Sims
00:02:54

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Carlos Lyra, Composer, Writer

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Bernie's Tune
Zoot Sims
00:03:01

Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Jerry Leiber, Composer, Writer - Bernad Miller, Composer, Writer - Mike Stoller, Composer, Writer

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I Got Rhythm (Bonus Track)
Vi Velasco
00:04:05

Vi Velasco, Performer - Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - George Gershwin, Composer - Ira Gershwin, Writer

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Recado Bossa Nova (Bonus Track)
Vi Velasco
00:02:10

Vi Velasco, Performer - Zoot Sims And His Orchestra, Performer - Djalma Ferreira, Composer - Antônio Luiz, Writer

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