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João Donato|The New Sound Of Brazil (Original Album)

The New Sound Of Brazil (Original Album)

Joao Donato

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João Donato

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Amazon (Amazonas)
00:02:32

Joao Donato, Composer, Performer, Writer

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Forgotten Places (Coisas Distantes)
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Joao Donato, Composer, Performer, Writer - Joao Gilbert, Composer, Writer

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Little Boat (O Barquinho)
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Joao Donato, Performer - Roberto Menescal, Composer, Writer - Ronaldo Boscoli, Composer, Writer

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Manha De Carnaval
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Joao Donato, Performer - Luiz Bonfa, Composer - Antonio Maria, Writer

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Lost Hope (Esperança Perdida)
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Joao Donato, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Billy Blanco, Writer

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... And Roses And Roses
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Joao Donato, Performer - Ray Gilbert, Composer, Writer - Dorival Caymmi, Composer, Writer

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Jungle Flower (Flor De Mato)
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Joao Donato, Composer, Performer, Writer

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Sugarcane Breeze (Vento De Canavial)
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Joao Donato, Composer, Performer, Writer

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How Insensitive (Insensatez)
00:02:52

Joao Donato, Performer - Antonio Carlos Jobim, Composer - Vinicius De Moraes, Writer

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Samba De Orfeu
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Joao Donato, Performer - Luiz Bonfa, Composer, Writer

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Glass Beads (No Corêto)
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Joao Donato, Composer, Performer, Writer - Joao Gilbert, Composer, Writer

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It Didn't End (Nao Se Acabou)
00:02:23

Joao Donato, Composer, Performer, Writer

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