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Also available on Vinyl LP
Gosto Tanto - Edson e Tita Lobo
whatmusic.com
£14.99
whatmusic.com proudly presents ‘Gosto Tanto’, the new all-original album from bossa legends Edson & Tita Lobo.

  • Features the great Ed Motta on the standout crossover cut ‘Something Divine’
  • Recorded in Rio in 2002 with stellar guests: João Donato, Celia Vaz & Robertinho Silva
  • “The return of one of the most underrated musical talents, Edson & Tita. With special guest Donato, their rare ‘bitter-sweet bossa’ is swinging on these great compositions.” – Ed Motta
  • Also available on LP (WMLP-0047)

Check the 30 second clips from the album...

01 GOSTO TANTO 4:34
02 SOMETHING DIVINE 5:03
03 RODA PIÃO 3:05
04 LOVE IS ALL 2:51
05 PARAÍSO 3:05
06 MONA LISA 3:58
07 STAY 2:45
08 PICUMÃ 2:00
09 GERIBÁ 4:18
10 AINDA TE AMO 3:14
11 CARIOCA MEXMO 3:42
12 MILES AWAY 3:10

The whatmusic.com interview...

Gosto Tanto!

Edson Lobo (bass/piano/composer) and Tita (guitar/vocals/composer) each have over 35 years experience with the cream of brasilian musicians, having performed and recorded with Tom Jobim, Stan Getz, Baden Powell, Deodato, Edu Lobo, Marcos Valle, Chico Buarque and Luiz Bonfa amongst others.

Edson co-founded The Trio Camara, who recorded the legendary albums ‘Trio Camara’ (bossa piano trio) and ‘Brasilian Sound’ (with scat group Les Masques) in Paris around 1967/8; both LPs were recently reissued with great global success. Tita began her career recording in Brasil in the late 50s, a time of Bossa Nova explosion, and by 1967 she became noticed outside of Brasil – Eddie Barclay of Barclay records invited her to Paris to cut an LP, ‘L’Incomparable’ (with Edson and Trio Camara).

‘Gosto Tanto’ is a spiritually uplifting contemporary yet timeless bossa classic, full of the joyously expressive joie de vivre of ‘Novidade de Vida’ (WMLP/CD-0004) and ‘Partiu do Alto’ (WMLP/CD-0025). Tita’s sentiments in the liner notes for ‘Novidade de Vida’ are just as valid here – “We did this record to show something of ourselves and we’re always happy when we can connect with people this way… The great thing about music is that to anyone who hears it for the first time it’s always new”.

Edson & Tita sum up their feelings for Gosto Tanto – “It’s an honour to us having our music released in Europe and Japan by whatmusic.com. Our immense gratitude to the great participation on this album by musicians like João Donato, Robertinho Silva and everyone that took part on the recordings.”

Edson and Tita – Rio 2003

Original design: Luciene Calabria
Artwork & design: Ryan McCarthy


© 2003 whatmusic.com
£14.99
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