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Eden Atwood: Waves: The Bossa Nova Session

Read "Waves: The Bossa Nova Session" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Ever since the 1950's when Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim, helped along by the seminal Stan Getz, Joao and Astrud Gilberto 1963 recording, Bossa Nova has been woven into the warp and woof of Latin Jazz. After making three albums with Concord Jazz, vocalist Eden Atwood has switched her allegiance to the Groove Note label and ...

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Eden Atwood: Waves: The Bossa Nova Session

Read "Waves: The Bossa Nova Session" reviewed by Jim Santella

Her smoky alto voice, perfectly suited for the bossa nova, gives Eden Atwood a natural edge. While she’s been thoroughly trained in the vocal arts, piano and the dramatic arts, Atwood requires no props to deliver her performance. It’s quite natural. Singing of life’s pleasures, she’s at home interpreting the works of Jobim and other sterling ...