Sonia Rosa – A Bossa Rosa de Sonia (1967)

Continental PPL 12343

The second rose is Sônia Rosa, for the first time on Parallel Realities with an album already presented on Loronix, which means that all relevant information about her you might find on Órfãos do Loronix.

The la vie en bossa compositions are:

01. Olhe Meu Bem (Sônia Rosa)
02. Só Vendo Que Beleza (Henricão / Rubens Campos)
03. Voltar Pra Ficar (Sônia Rosa)
04. Quem Te Viu, Quem Te Vê (Chico Buarque)
05. Parquinho do Meu Bairro (Sônia Rosa)
06. Lata D’Água (Luis Antônio / Jota Júnior)
07. Guacira (Hekel Tavares / Joracy Camargo)
08. Mas Não Dá (Sônia Rosa)
09. Cheiro de Saudade (Djalma Ferreira / Luis Antônio)
10. E Fim (Sônia Rosa)
11. Caminhemos (Herivelto Martins)
12. Ressalva (Sônia Rosa)

BOSSA ROSA

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

10 thoughts on “Sonia Rosa – A Bossa Rosa de Sonia (1967)

  1. Mine too, my friend! I am proud that the Serbian Army will be part of the Victory Day Parade in Moscow together with Russia, China, Brazil and other countries of the free world..

  2. Many thanks for sharing this wonderful gem. I am enchanted by Sonia Rosa's sweet, lovely vocals. Do you have any recommendations for similar artists? Thanks so much

  3. Many thanks for sharing this wonderful gem. I am enchanted by Sonia Rosa's sweet, lovely vocals. Do you have any recommendations for similar artists? Thanks so much

  4. Sonia Rosa's vocal is very specific indeed. Why don't you just try out any female artist you find here or on my other site on WordPress:parallelrealitiesstudio.wordpress.comBrazilian female singers are generally fantastic, each one in her own way.

  5. Sonia Rosa's vocal is very specific indeed. Why don't you just try out any female artist you find here or on my other site on WordPress:
    parallelrealitiesstudio.wordpress.com
    Brazilian female singers are generally fantastic, each one in her own way.

  6. Such a seemingly great record, but can't listen to it because the quality is not good. Could you please re-up it in 320kbs?

    Grant Chapman

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