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Milton Nascimento and the Jobim Trio.
Courtesy of Blue Note Records
October 22, 2009 Nascimento's miraculous voice is one gift. Brazilian music is another — passionate and in an innately beautiful language. It's his birthday on Oct. 26, so we celebrate with last year's celebration at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, with Newark's Portuguese-speaking community understanding every word, the world-renowned Nascimento celebrates bossa nova pioneer Antonio Carlos Jobim.
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October 16, 2008 In an economy that's tanking, the office has become an increasingly barren wasteland. But you can still make the best of your work environment by turning off the fluorescent overheads, plugging in some headphones and checking out these segues into a world of jazz adventure.
September 22, 2008 All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen looks at some of the most anticipated releases of the season.
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November 20, 2005 Liane Hansen speaks with Brazilian singer/songwriter Milton Nascimento about his new CD, Pieta. The CD pays homage to the women who have influenced him, especially his nurturing adoptive mother, Lilia.
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