In the early '80s, Tânia Maria burst upon the U.
S. music scene, playing an exuberant blend of Brazilian pop and jazz. Her first few recordings for Concord Picante (of which Come with Me is the third) remain her most rewarding sets. Maria's spirited vocals and hyper keyboard work star throughout the date (which finds her interpreting seven of her originals and "Embraceable You"), supported by a sextet including both Eddie Duran and José Neto on guitar. Worth checking out.
|Sangria / Tania Maria||Tania Maria||3:56|
|Embraceable You / George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin||Tania Maria||5:53|
|Lost in Amazonia||Tania Maria||5:12|
|Come with Me / Tania Maria / Regina Werneck||Tania Maria||5:45|
|Sementes, Graines and Seeds||Tania Maria||6:25|
|Nega / Regina Werneck||Tania Maria||4:10|
|Euzinha / Regina Werneck||Tania Maria||6:31|
|It's All Over Now / Regina Werneck||Tania Maria||5:19|