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Corcovado (Ao Vivo)

Corcovado (Ao Vivo) by Paula Maya
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Paula Maya

Label: Yellow House Records
Released: 2021
Duration: 00:05:08
Views: 171

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Corcovado (Ao Vivo)


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Paula Maya - Vocals, Electric Piano, Keyboard Bass; Tom Wells - Drums; James Fidlon - Guitar; Recorded live in Austin, TX by Robert Wyatt; Mastered in Austin, TX by Nick Landis

Album Description

Corcovado (Ao Vivo) is available now in all major digital platforms, officially released on Sunday March 28th 2021 on Yellow House Records. Listen and find all links to the single now at Corcovado (Ao Vivo) was mastered in January 2021 by sound engineer Nick Landis, just nominated for a Grammy with artist Ruthie Foster. It was recorded live in April of 2013 at a mansion on the shores of Lake Austin, never released before. 'We recorded several songs during that party, just for fun. Our friends and everyone that ever heard them love those recordings. We finally decided to release a single out of the bunch. We picked April 30th for the release concert to coincide with International Jazz Day, Corcovado being such an iconic Brazilian jazz song by the great Tom Jobim.'


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