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Franks sings Jobim's praises: With his latest album, jazz-pop crooner Michael Franks pays tribute to mentor Antonio Carlos Jobim, the Brazilian composer who died two years ago.
Although Jobim died in 1994, the recent all-star AIDS benefit disc, ``Red, Hot & Rio,'' consists of his tunes.
TAM (Bovespa: TAMM4 and NYSE: TAM) will increase the number of flights originating from Tom Jobim International Airport (Galeao) in Rio de Janeiro.
PolyGram's impressive No Tempo da Bossa Nova [At the Time of the Bossa Nova] series includes one-of-a-kind reissues of albums by Tom Jobim, Nara Leao, Maysa, Vinicius de Moraes, Sergio Ricardo, Sylvia Telles, and other bossa icons, complete with liner notes in both Portuguese and English and the eye-catching original artwork.
Kennedy Airport each evening at 9:15 PM arriving the following morning at 8:25 AM at Rio's Tom Jobim International Airport where a wide option of connecting flights are offered on VARIG throughout Brazil and other South American destinations.
The launch flight will depart from Rio de Janeiro's Tom Jobim Airport at 20:30, making a connection at Guarulhos at 21:30, and continuing to the UK arriving at London's Heathrow Airport at 15:00.
First there was the disjointed romance ``Bossa Nova,'' which, at the very least, had some gorgeous vistas and a soundtrack that included masters like Antonio Carlos Jobim and Joao Gilberto.
The pianist's 1990 release Plays Jobim featured her distinctive keyboard renditions of the master songwriter's art while her latest recording, 1998's Sings Jobim, brings the talented Paulista's vocal skills to the fore.
As a result of these changes TAM will operate direct flights from Congonhas to 19 airports: Santos Dumont and Tom Jobim (Rio de Janeiro); Brasilia; Campo Grande; Confins; Curitiba; Caxias do Sul; Florianopolis; Goiania; Foz do Iguacu; Joinville; Londrina; Maringa; Navegantes; Porto Alegre; Ribeirao Preto; Sao Jose do Rio Preto; Uberlandia and Vitoria.
Gilberto revisits the past with Antonio Carlos Jobim's classic ``Desafinado'' (one of three Jobim songs here), but the program is dominated by songs Gilberto has never recorded.
Comparison to such lauded national talent as Hector Villa-Lobos, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and Hermeto Pascoal fails to do justice to the astounding range of Gismonti's talents and the singular quality of his creative genius.