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Wed, 20 Apr 2005

Canta Roberto Carlos / Tamara
Canta Roberto Carlos Tamara Canta Roberto Carlos is a tribute to a composer I don't know by a performer I'd never heard before in a language I don't speak. And to make matters even more confusing, the iTMS seems to have a little identity problem, confusing the Tamara who sings Roberto Carlos with another Tamara who recorded an album called My Life, as well as an R&B singer named TaMara. Fortunately for me, all I had to do was consult Google; if I could read the page, this wasn't the droid I was looking for. (Sorry, I seem to be channeling Obi-Wan.)

Good thing I have Google to translate from Spanish to something resembling but not quite English. From which I learned that Tamara is the twenty year old granddaughter of a famous flamenco singer who became a Spanish pop sensation at age fifteen, that Carlos is a great Brazilian romantic composer and that my hovercraft is full of eels. (Oops, sorry; now I'm doing Python.)

Anyway, none of that has anything to do with the fact that Tamara has a wonderful voice and that the songs she performs here take full advantage. And not understanding a word hardly seems to matter.

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