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Released in 1964, the aptly titled Softly, the Brazilian Sound was Joanie Sommers' seventh long-player for Warner Bros. She had been marketed as a torch balladeer to popular jazz and Great American Songbook enthusiasts, as well as a teenybopper to a considerably younger audience. Sommers joins forces with Laurindo Almeida (guitarist/arranger) in a move that predates Frank Sinatra's collaborative efforts with Antonio Carlos Jobim by several years.
Softly, As I Leave You, 03:23. I Could Have Danced All Night, 02:24. I'll Remember April, 03:00. You Can't Go Home Again, 03:30.
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Softly: The Brazilian Sound. Jpn Rmst ed. Import, Remastered. Joanie Sommers is terrific but this album isn't her best. The arrangements really had no feeling for the "Brazilian Sound. One person found this helpful.
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