℗ © 1992 Chesky Records
Ana first demonstrated her long-standing admiration and respect for Jobim's music on Rio After Dark, in two duet performances with the master himself, which were among the album's high points. A hard act to follow as tributes go, but in this new album, Caram has out done herself, flirting with commercialism while maintaining an undeniable sense of dignity.
Recorded March 26 & 27, 1992 in New York City.
Ana Caram - Vocals, guitar
Steve Sacks - Soprano saxophone, flute
Erik Friedlander - Cello
Matthew Dine - Oboe
David Finck - Bass
Jamey Haddad - Percussion
Sergio Assad - Guitar, 12 string guitar
Produced by David Chesky
Recorded by Bob Katz
Recorded using the 128x oversampling A to D Mark III converter with ultra-analog modules and vacuum tube equipment built by George Kaye.
This album was made with the purest audio path, using the very best microphones, mic preamps, analog-to-digital converters, recorders, and cables with careful attention to detail to produce the most transparent and natural sound available today.