That this set does not reach the consistent heights of its predecessor, "I Love Brazil," cannot be blamed on Vaughan. The difference lies in the accompaniment, which this time is spotty. Who needs that unison choir background on "Smiling Hour"? Vaughan is not Mitch Miller. The simplistic percussion on "Bonita" could be a metronome. Still, Hélio Delmiro's guitar, an unidentified cello and the incomparable Vaughan contralto applied to "Dindi," "Gentle Rain" and Jobim's "Double Rainbow" (English lyrics by Gene Lees) elevate this to 3½ stars.