Bossa Antigua is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond featuring performances recorded in which were released on the RCA. Original Album Notes, written by Paul Desmond: ALIANCA, for instance, has Jim Hall functioning as the only accredited Brazilian delegate, accompanied by routinely impeccable Connie Kay shtick and a nice comfortable New York 2 from Eugene Wright. O GATO was written by Jim Hall's. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bossa Antigua - Paul Desmond on AllMusic - - Bossa Antigua picks up the.
Jazz with a Latin feel. I admit I usually just listen to the title track, but the whole album is great (and the title track would be worth the purchase). Desmond is. Product Description. Paul's rejoinder to the bossa nova craze of the early ' 60s. Includes the title cut plus Samba Cantina; The Night Has a Thousand Eyes. The bossa was no longer nova when Paul Desmond got around to working in the style, but this recording ranks with the best.