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  • Audio CD (28 Sept. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Far Out Recordings
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,423 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Brisa Mar (Nicola Conte Re-work)
2. Connexão
3. Vou Voar
4. Nova Estação
5. Ginga De Amor (Previously unreleased Track)
6. New Morning (Nicola Conte Re-work)
7. Sintonia (Instrumental version)
8. Além Do Sol
9. Essa Canção
10. Brisa Mar (Instrumental version)
11. Connexão (Paradiso Re-work)
12. Eira Nem Beira (Ritmo)
13. Eira Nem Beira (IG Culture Re-work)

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Rio’s original nu-bossa star Sabrina Malheiros returns with a deluxe version of her 2008 summer smash. With an all new track listing featuring four reworks, including two stunning versions of ‘Brisa Mar’ and ‘New Morning’ from the don of modern jazz and bossa Nicola Conte – standing alongside his finest work. With the addition of the previously unreleased jazz dance track ‘Gingar De Amor’, this beautiful modern bossa electric album flows effortlessly.

Songwriter for a generation of young Brazilians, Malheiros delivers an album of golden era bossa-soul, samba, disco and house, to capture the vibe of modern bossa nova. With skilful re-mastering, new artwork, extensive and revealing sleeve notes and photos from Sabrina as well as Portuguese and translated English lyrics, the deluxe edition perfectly complements these gorgeous sounds of Brazilian summer. Following her best-selling debut album Equilibria, singer-songwriter Sabrina Malheiros released New Morning, a sophisticated and sublime album of 21st century bossa soul. The Deluxe Edition takes the very best tracks from New Morning adding never released, instrumental versions of ‘Sintonia’ and ‘Brisa Mar’ and ‘Eira Nem Beira’ before IG Culture’s huge broken beat house crossover re-work of the latter crashes the album to a close.

BBC Review

Sabrina Malheiros is the daughter of Alex Malheiros, bass player in legendary Brazilian jazz/funk trio Azymuth, and she was clearly paying attention while she was growing up.

This is a remastered, repackaged and, on half a dozen tracks, reworked version of an album that first came out in summer 2008, and the new approach ups the instrumental ante. Although for a vocalist this might seem a slightly reckless move, it was clearly a smart thing to do, as by allowing the players to show off a bit more the album hits a fabulous balance. The intricate, interlaced rhythms now combine with virtuoso musicianship to allow Malheiros’s honey-dripping singing to work as part of the whole, instead of merely riding on top of it.

Most spectacular are the two tracks arranged by the Italian guitarist / DJ / producer Nicola Conte: the title track and the opener, Brisa Mar. The former layers rhythms with such skill they appear feather light, yet still drive the song with a strength and urgency that effortlessly supports the sax breaks and minimalist vocals. The latter is the most straight-up samba in the set, yet keeps things modern with subtle touches and sounds. There’s also an instrumental version of Brisa Mar, which pulls out a surprisingly muscular big band groove.

Connexão gets a trance makeover to become a deeply compelling groove, Sintonia is now a sinewy funk instrumental and Ginga de Amor, which was previously unreleased, is bottom heavy, rhythmically complex and surprises the listener at every turn; it also showcases Malheiros’s gorgeous vocal technique. The highlight is the 20-minute-long IG Culture remix of Eira Nem Biera, which fuses London sensibility with Brazilian magic into a broken-beat bossa nova suite (surely the first time those words have appeared next to each other).

Sabrina Malheiros’s music has been called ‘Bossa Neuvo’ and ‘Samba Soul’, but really it’s jazz/funk with a strong Latin flavour – much like the best from the likes of Al Di Meola, Johnny Hammond and Lonnie Liston Smith, back before the genre became a byword for white socks and windscreen strips and no more did we speak its name. Dad must be very proud. --Lloyd Bradley

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By G Mojay on 14 Sept. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Brazilian jazz at its most exhilarating: Sabrina Malheiros has come up with a shimmering cluster of Nu Bossa pearls - each original composition providing a perfect vehicle for the funky Rio jazz-samba that pervades the album. The production is flawless and generous - an expertly-crafted capoeira of guitars, horns, flutes, Alex Malheiros bass and multi-instrumental percussion. Yes, the pulsating grooves are infectious - but the knockout blow comes with Sabrina's blissful melodies, effortlessly sung with a blend of Brazilian insouciance, energy and feeling. Highly recommended!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Vikvik on 15 Oct. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I absolutely love this album. I love it even more than Sabrina's first album (Equilibria) although that is brilliant too. I can highly recommend it to anyone who loves modern brazilian music. It's fresh and when you listen to it you might think that summer is here, even on a cold winter day.
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By chin1947 on 24 Nov. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Wonderful music! Bossa rhythms to die for-great melodies sung beautifully -superb musicians including flute and tenor sax and great rhythm guitar. Equally good as Sabrina`s Dreaming CD.
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