The song tradition of Brazil is fused with American cool jazz by sultry vocalist Ana Caram. With her light, sensual vocals arranged to lush preparations, Caram has taken a fresh sensibility towards the bossa nova. Having founded herself like a guaranteeing newcomer, Caram was urged by Antonio Carlos Jobim to visit NY in the past due ’80s. The move offered the main element to Caram’s achievement. Performing with jazz saxophonist Paquito D’Rivera in the JVC Jazz Event, she captured the ear of the executive from the Chesky record label and was authorized to a multi-album agreement. Her debut recording, Rio AT NIGHT, presented Jobim on acoustic guitar. She continued to pay for homage to Jobim with her second recording, The Other Part of Jobim.