• 1. Laia Ladaia
  • 2. Nothin' But A Fool
  • 3. Manha De Carnaval
  • 4. Much As I Love You
  • 5. I Had No Idea
  • 6. Wham Bam Thank You Mam !
  • 7. Finding A New Friend
  • 8. Dawn Comes Again
  • 9. Listen To Me
  • 10. The Answer To My Prayer
  • 11. Seeing Maria
  • 12. Barra Limpa

Oscar Brown was one of the first US jazz singers to promote Brazilian music. This album is made with Brazilian singer-songwriter Luiz Henrique. This includes a wicked version of Edu Lobo's 'Reza', recorded as "Laia Ladaia".

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Vinicius De MoraesA Arte De Vinicius De Moraes (1976)Fontana
Original double album collection. Original Brazilian vinyl 
Cleo LaineAll About Me (1962)Fontana
Old school with a touch of jazz dance feel. Orchestrated by Johnny Keating. UK pressing.
Johnny DankworthWhat The Dickens! (1963)Fontana
British jazz do the dickens with Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Ross, Ronnie Scott, Tony Coe, Pete King and more. UK original

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