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About This Album

This album was released in Brazil in August 1999 (Abril Music 5208001-2). It was released in Germany in April 2001 but with slightly altered cover graphics and missing many of the notes below (Memo Music MM 6004).

This master recording is owned and copyrighted by Ivy Music / Ray Conniff
(C) 1999 Ivy Music / Ray Conniff (P) 1999 Ivy Music / Ray Conniff
(P) 1999 Abril Music

Album notes:

Recorded and mixed July 19 to August 1, 1999 at O'Henry Sound Studios, Burbank, California. A Sony state of the art 48 track digital tape recorder was used together with a custom API console. The sound engineers were Dick Bogert and his assistants Jeff Shannon and James Stone. Ray Conniff was the arranger, producer, and conductor of the recordings. The recording sessions were supervised by Perry La Marca. Trombone solos were played by Ray himself.


Laura Savitz

1st Soprano

Darlene Koldenhoven

2nd Soprano

Lisa Semko

1st Alto

Sandy Howell

2nd Alto

Amick Byram

1st Tenor

Enoch Asmuth

2nd Tenor

David Theriault

1st Baritone and Contractor

Jeff Dolan

2nd Baritone



Ray Conniff


Fred Cooper


Darrel Gardner

1st Trumpet

Donald Clarke

2nd Trumpet

Jerry Kadovitz

3rd Trumpet

Jack Redmond

1st Trombone

Robert Payne

2nd Trombone

Morris Repass

3rd Trombone

John Bambridge

1st Alto Sax

David Hill

2nd Alto Sax

Phillip Feather

1st Tenor Sax

Louis Ciotti

2nd Tenor Sax

Jennifer Hall

Baritone Sax

Kirk Smith


Barry Zweig


Greg Turner


Jerry White


Thomas Ranier


Stephanie Bennett


Wallace Snow


Dale Anderson


Daniel Greco


Robert Nafarette


This album was mastered at Bernie Grundman Studios in Hollywood California by Chris Bellman

Cover art illustration: Manuel Uranga and Marcus Wagner
Photography: Mike Johnsen
Graphic Design: Marcus Wagner

Arranged, Produced, and Conducted by Ray Conniff

Liner notes

A note from Ray:

The singers musicians and I had a lot of fun recording these Brazilian country songs.
I hope you will have fun listening to them.

Happy Listenin'