Bossacucanova

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Bossacucanova
Origin Brazil
Genres Bossa nova
Years active 1999-present
Labels Crammed Discs/Ziriguiboom
Website Official website
Members Márcio Menescal
Marcelinho da Lua (DJ Dalua)
Alex Moreira

Bossacucanova is a Brazilian musical group. The group combines traditional bossa nova with electronica. The group is most notable for having been nominated for a Latin Grammy award in 2002 for Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album for their album Brasilidade.

Among the group's permanent members is Márcio Menescal, son of bossa nova pioneer Roberto Menescal, who appeared on the Brasilidade album, DJ Marcelinho DaLua and the record producer and sound engineer Alex Moreira. On Stage the group has special guests, female singer Cris Delanno, guitarist Flávio Mendes, sax player Rodrigo Sha and percussionist Dado Brother.

Discography[edit]

  • 1999 Revisited Classics
  • 2001 Brasilidade
  • 2004 Uma Batida Diferente
  • 2005 Ipanema Lounge
  • 2008 Ao Vivo
  • 2013 Nossa onda é essa
  • 2014 Our kind of bossa

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