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Ana Caram


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.

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Full Name Ana Caram
Profession Singer, Guitarist, Flutist
Education University of São Paulo
Nationality Brazilian
Music Songs Samba de Verao, Antonio's Song, Leva-me Pra Lua, Rio After Dark, Overjoyed, The Telephone Song, O pato, Sonhando, La Cumbia, Pura luz, I Will Wait for You, Viola Fora De Moda, Tempero Brasileiro, Summer Days, Anos Dourados, Port of Call, Agua de beber, Cigano, Filhos de Gandi, As Time Goes By, Odara, Olha pro céu, Você vai ver, La mentira, Africando, De flor em flor, Serrado, Samba torto, Sem Legenda, Correnteza, Anjo de mim, Só por amor
Albums Hollywood Rio, Sunflower Time, Rio After Dark, Não Ando Só, Maracana, Bossa nova, The Other Side of Jobim, Blue Bossa, Amazônia, In The Spirit of Jobim, Postcards from Rio: The Ana Caram Collection

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