The other reviewers are right on the money. This, along with A CERTAIN SMILE, A CERTAIN SADNESS with the Walt Wanderly Trio, is Astrud's best recording. The first twelve tracks or so are the sessions she cut with Jobim in 1965, of which "Aqua De Beber" is the masterpiece. There are also some interesting song selections that are pretty atypical for Astrud, including a nice version of "Who Can I Turn To?" BUT PLEASE, I BEG YOU, REMASTER THIS DAMN THING!!! Not only is the sound quality and separation totally erratic, but the first several seconds of "Dreamer" have been truncated off! Therefore, I have dropped it from five to four stars. For God's sake, the sticker on the back of mine says PRINTED IN WEST GERMANY!!! WEST!!!