Gary Criss “Rio De Janeiro”

Gary Criss “Rio De Janeiro”

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Gary Criss
Rio De Janeiro
Salsoul Records (US) 1978
SA 8504 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(RW, WC, wear on edge and corner.)
media : EX-/EX-(slightly surface noises caused by slightly wear.)

Gary Criss, who made his solo debut in 1961 and was the singer of The Glass Bottle in the early 70's, released this album on Salsoul in 1978. It was a disco album based on the theme of Brazil and Latin America, and producer Billy Terrell and arranger John Davis wiped away Criss's pop image of the previous albums, creating a thick philly sound mixed with a light and breezy atmosphere. The album is a masterpiece of emotional disco. The album includes the floor hit title track A1 and a disco cover of Jobin, Morais and Gilbert's bossa classic "The Girl from Ipanema".

A1: Rio De Janeiro
A2: Brazilian Nights

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