This Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 classic has stood the test of time, blending traditional Brazilian Bossa Nova influences with jazzy arrangements & subtle pop sensibilites. Herb Alpert enthusiastically endorsed this group by signing them to his A&M label in the mid-sixties. Features Jorge Ben's 'Mais Que Nada', a reworking of Lennon & McCartney's 'Day Tripper', Henry Mancini's 'Slow Hot Wind' & seven more.
Japanese edition of the hit Brazilian act's 1966 debut album for A&M Records. Featuring ten tracks including, 'Mais Que Nada' & 'Daytripper' (Beatles), this lounge classic is currently unavailable domestically.