Possibly the most talented Brazilian vocalist through the 1950s and ’60s, Sylvia Telles preceded the advent of the bossa nova era yet quickly became among its biggest fans, praising with tributes the wonderful songwriters Antonio Carlos Jobim and João Gilberto. Telles debuted in 1955, and protected her 1st Jobim tune just one single year later on. She also documented with Luiz Bonfá, and created a complete LP of Jobim tracks, Amor de Gente Moca. By the first ’60s, she got made her 1st visit to America, documenting U.S.A. with Barney Kessel (amongst others) for Philips. Her spouse, maker Aloysio de Oliveira, demonstrated instrumental in her later on putting your signature on to Odeon and Elenco, two brands where he worked well. Telles had simply documented her second tribute to Jobim, 1966’s The Music of Mr. Jobim (or Sings the beautiful Tracks of Antonio Carlos Jobim), when she was tragically wiped out in a vehicle accident.