After the great success of the last tour in Brazil "Alemanha groove", Bebo Best dedicates an album to the great country of samba and bossa nova, enriching the sound carioca with contamination nujazz, funk, and sixties, in that special mix that has led to the success of Bebo Best & The Super Lounge Orchestra. After the great success of "Mambossa", here's another winning goal, a special featuring the English crooner Iain Mackenzie, Brenda Boykin voted best singer of the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2005, of which Bebo has written and produced her latest album, with the special participation of James Taylor of the JTQ Quartet. Producer musician and composer of Italian descent therefore continues his brilliant career. His music has been called "pure class" by the B.B.C. in England. In this "pure class" he add exotic rhythms, sixties sounds, and the vintage flavour of the best Italian composers such as Morricone, Piccioni, and always the Master AC Jobim. Recorded in Spain, Brazil, England, Germany and Italy.