Obrigado Brazil

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Obrigado Brazil
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Studio album by Yo-Yo Ma
Released July 29, 2003
Recorded March 13, 2002 – August 27, 2002
Genre Classical, Bossa nova
Length 63:21
Label Sony
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic (4/5)[1]

Obrigado Brazil is a music album by Yo-Yo Ma.

In this context "obrigado" means "thank you" in Portuguese. [2] [3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cristal" – 02:49
  2. "Chega de Saudade" – 04:16
  3. "A Lenda Do Caboclo" – 03:10
  4. "Doce De Coco" – 05:12
  5. "Dança Brasileira" – 02:18
  6. "Apelo" – 04:57
  7. "Dança Negra" – 03:31
  8. "1 x 0 (Um a Zero)" – 02:40
  9. "Menino" – 05:36
  10. "Samambaia" – 05:19
  11. "Carinhoso" – 04:48
  12. "Alma Brasileira" – 05:05
  13. "O Amor em Paz" – 03:52
  14. "Bodas De Prata & Quatro Cantos" – 09:48
  15. "Brasileirinho" – 03:30
  16. "Salvador" – 04:53

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Dominik Blech – Engineer, Intern
  • Jorge Calandrelli – Arranger, Producer
  • Stephen Danelian – Photography
  • Ruth DeSarno – A&R
  • Steven Epstein – Producer
  • Michelle Errante – Product Manager
  • Gil Gilbert – Photography, Assistant
  • Phillip Huscher – Liner Notes
  • Janush Kawa – Photography
  • Richard King – Engineer
  • Laura Kszan – Editorial Director
  • Andreas Meyer – Assistant Engineer, Technical Supervisor
  • Christopher Ottaunick – Photography
  • Laraine Perri – Executive Producer
  • Peta Scriba – Assistant Engineer
  • Keith Shortreed – Assistant Engineer
  • Roxanne Slimak – Art Direction
  • Jason Spears – Assistant Engineer
  • Jason Stasium – Assistant Engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Yo-Yo Ma's 'Obrigado Brazil'," National Public Radio
  3. ^ "Talk Portuguese - Language Notes," BBC