The Antônio Carlos Jobim song "The Girl From Ipanema" covered by

"Garota de Ipanema" ("The Girl from Ipanema") is a well-known Brazilian bossa nova song, a worldwide hit in the mid-1960s that won a Grammy for Record of the Year in 1965. Origianlly the song was composed for a musical comedy titled "Dirigível" (Blimp), then a work-in-progress of Vinícius de Moraes. Its original title was "Menina que Passa" ("The Girl Who Passes By"), in which the first verse was different. It was written in 1962, with music by Antônio Carlos Jobim and Portuguese lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes. English lyrics were written later by Norman Gimbel. It was first performed by João Gilberto, Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes in August 1962.
The first commercial recording was in 1963, by Pery Ribeiro. A version released by João Gilberto and Stan Getz, featuring Astrud Gilberto, on the 1964 album "Getz/Gilberto", became an international hit. In the US, it peaked at number five on the Hot 100, and went to number one for two weeks on the Easy Listening chart. Overseas it peaked at number 29 in the United Kingdom, and charted highly throughout the world. It is believed to be the second most recorded pop song in history, after "Yesterday" by The Beatles. In 2004, it was one of 50 recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry. In 2009, the song was voted by the Brazilian edition of Rolling Stone as the 27th greatest Brazilian song.
When sung by female artists the song has often been rendered as "The Boy from Ipanema", such as by Shirley Bassey, Peggy Lee, Petula Clark and Diana Krall.-- Wikipedia

The Antônio Carlos Jobim song The Girl from Ipanema was covered by ...

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  • João Gilberto, Antônio Carlos Jobim & Vinicius de Moraes first performed "Garota de Ipanema" in August 1962.
  • Pery Ribeiro was the first to record the song on his 1963 album "Pery É Todo Bossa".
  • The Tamba Trio covered the original version on their 1963 album "Avanço".
  • Roberto Menescal e sue Conjunto covered the original version on their 1963 album "A Bossa Nova de Roberto Menescal".
  • Baden Powell covered the original version on his 1963 album "Baden Powell a Vontade".
  • Antônio Carlos Jobim recorded it, with English lyrics by Norman Gimbel, as "The Girl From Ipanema" on his 1963 album "The Composer of Desafinado, Plays".
  • Billy Strange covered it on his 1964 album "The James Bond Theme - Walk, Don't Run, '64".
  • Buddy DeFranco & Tommy Gumina covered it on their 1964 album "The Girl from Ipanema".
  • Eumir Deodato covered the original version on his 1964 album "Paisagem - As Maiores Composições de Antonio Carlos Jobim".
  • Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra covered it on their 1964 album "The Best of '64".
  • Jacqueline François covered it in French on her 1964 album "La fille d'Ipanema".
  • Jean Sablon covered it in French on his 1964 single "La fille d'Ipanema".
  • Johnny Griffin & Matthew Gee covered it on their 1964 album "Soul Groove".
  • Julie London covered it on her 1964 single "The Boy From Ipanema".
  • Laurindo Almeida covered it on his 1964 album "Guitar From Ipanema".
  • Living Jazz covered it on their 1964 album "The Girl from Ipanema and Other Hits".
  • Martin Denny covered it on his 1964 album "Latin Village".
  • Nancy Wilson covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on her 1964 album "How Glad I Am".
  • Peggy Lee covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on her 1964 album "In The Name Of Love".
  • Sergio Mendes & Bossa Rio covered the original version on their 1964 album "Você Ainda Não Ouviu Nada!"
  • Sergio Mendes Trio covered the original version on their 1964 album "Bossa Nova York".
  • Stan Getz & João Gilberto covered it on their 1964 album "Getz/Gilberto".
  • Teresa Brewer covered it on her 1964 album "Golden Hits of 1964".
  • Boulou Ferré covered it on his 1965 album "Boulou".
  • Bruno Martino covered it in Italian as "Ragazza Di Ipanema" on the B-side his 1965 single "E La Chiamano Estate".
  • Caterina Valente covered it in Italian as "Ragazza Di Ipanema" on the B-side her 1965 single "Se mi parlano di te".
  • Chad & Jeremy covered it on their 1965 album "Sing for You".
  • Cher covered it on her 1965 album "The Sonny Side of Cher".
  • Cy Grant feat. Bill Le Sage covered it on their 1965 album "Cy & I".
  • Dick Contino covered it on his 1965 album "Dick Contino Plays & Sings the Hits".
  • Ella Fitzgerald covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on her 1965 album "Ella In Hamburg".
  • Enoch Light And The Light Brigade covered it on his 1965 2-volume album "Discotheque Vol.2"
  • Esther Phillips covered it on her 1965 album "And I Love Him".
  • Flip Phillips covered it on his 1965 album "Revisited".
  • The Glenn Miller Orchestra starring Ray McKinley and Bobby Hackett covered it on his 1965 album "Glenn Miller Time - 1965".
  • Henry Mancini covered it on his 1965 album "Dear Heart and Other Songs About Love".
  • Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass covered it on his 1965 album "South of the Border".
  • Joni James covered it on her 1965 album "Bossa Nova Style".
  • Lena Horne covered it as "Boy from Ipanema" on her 1965 album "Feelin' Good".
  • Nat King Cole covered it on his 1965 album "L-O-V-E".
  • The Oscar Peterson Trio covered it on their 1965 album "We Get Requests".
  • Percy Faith covered it on his 1965 album "Percy Faith Plays Latin Themes For Young Lovers".
  • Petula Clark covered it as "Boy from Ipanema" on her 1965 album "The International Hits".
  • Rita Reys with The Pim Jacobs Trio and Guests/strong> covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on their 1965 album "Congratulations in Jazz".
  • Roberto Menescal covered it on his 1965 album "The Boy From Ipanema Beach".
  • Roger Williams covered it in Portuguese on his 1965 album "Roger Williams Plays the Hits".
  • Sammy Davis and Count Basie covered it on their 1965 album "Our Shining Hour".
  • Sarah Vaughan covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on her 1965 album "Viva! Vaughan".
  • The Supremes covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on their 1965 album "The Supremes at the Copa".
  • Charlie Byrd covered it on his 1966 album "Dreamsville".
  • Chris Montez covered it on his 1966 album "Time After Time".
  • Cliff Richard covered it on his 1966 album "Kinda' Latin".
  • The Four Tops covered it on their 1966 album "Four Tops Live!"
  • Jerry Jackson covered it on his 1966 album "The Warm Moods of Jerry Jackson".
  • King Curtis covered it on his 1966 album "That Lovin' Feeling".
  • Lou Rawls covered it on his 1966 album "Live!"
  • The Mar-Keys covered it on their 1966 album "The Great Memphis Sound".
  • Mary Wells covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on her 1966 album "The Two Sides of Mary Wells".
  • The Mike Leander Orchestra covered it on his 1966 album "Cool Drinks and Warm Company".
  • Mrs. Miller covered it on her 1966 album "Will Success Spoil Mrs. Miller?".
  • Walter Wanderley covered it in Portuguese as "Garota de Ipanema" on his 1966 album "Rain Forest".
  • Vic Damone covered it on his 1966 album "Stay With Me".
  • Edmundo Ros and His Orchestra covered it on his 1967 album "Sing and Swing With Edmundo Ros".
  • The Englishmen covered it on his 1967 album "...Summer Is Here".
  • Erroll Garner covered it on his 1967 album "Up in Erroll's Room".
  • Einar Iversen covered it on his 1967 album "Me and My Piano".
  • Elza Soares & Wilson Das Neves covered in Portuguese it on their 1966 eponymous album.
  • Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim covered it on their 1967 album "Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim".
  • Messias covered it in Portuguese on his 1968 album "O Melhor de Antonio Carlos Jobim".
  • The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band covered it on their 1968 album "Hot Heat and Sweet Groove".
  • Denny McLain covered it on his 1969 album "In Las Vegas".
  • Red Norvo covered it on his 1969 album "Rose Room".
  • Richard Hayman covered it on his 1969 album "Genuine Electric Latin Love Machine".
  • John Holt covered it on his 1973 album "One Thousand Volts Of Holt".
  • Nicola Di Bari covered it in Italian as "Ragazza Di Ipanema" on his 1973 album "Un altro sud".
  • Toquinho e Vinicius covered it in Portuguese on his 1975 album "O poeta e o Violão".
  • Klaus Wunderlich covered it on his 1976 album "Wersi Time 2".
  • Ran Blake covered it on his 1977 album "Open City".
  • Barney Kessel covered it on his 1977 album "Live at Sometime".
  • Gilla covered it in German as "Machen wir's in Liebe" on her 1977 album "Zieh mich aus".
  • Tonny Eyk covered it on his 1978 album "Instrumental Party".
  • Barbie (Barbara Hitchcock) covered it on her 1985 album "Barbie".
  • Ivan Cattaneo covered it in Italian as "Ragazza Di Ipanema" on his 1986 album "Vietato ai minori".
  • John Williams and The Boston Pops covered it on his 1990 album "Digital Jukebox".
  • Nigel Kennedy with Peter Pettinger covered it on their 1990 album "Nigel Kennedy Plays Jazz".
  • Samurai & Hardbartle covered it on their 1990 album "SynTronic MegaHits".
  • Earl Hines covered it on his 1991 album "Blues So Low (For Fats)".
  • Dušan Prelevic' covered it on his 1991 album "U Redu, Pobedio Sam".
  • Lio covered it on her 1991 album "Des fleurs pour un caméléon".
  • Eliane Elias covered it on her 1992 album "Fantasia".
  • Richard Clayderman covered it as "La chica de Ipanema" on his 1992 album "América Latina... Mon Amour".
  • Melanie Marshall covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on her 1996 album "Cocktail - A Perfect Blend of Love Songs".
  • Nylon 66'ers covered it on their 1993 album "Absurdo".
  • Trio Esperança covered it in Portuguese on their 1995 album "Segundo".
  • Ana Caram covered it in Portuguese on her 1995 album "Bossa Nova".
  • The Bobby Shew Quintet, feat. Carl Fontana covered it on their 1996 album "Heavyweights".
  • Crystal Waters covered it on their 1996 album "Red Hot + Rio".
  • Teddy Edwards & Houston Person covered it on their 1996 album "Horn to Horn".
  • Danny Wright covered it on his 1997 album "Hot Summer Nights".
  • Pizzicato Five covered it on the 1997 compilation "A Tribute To Antonio Carlos Jobim".
  • Benny Golson & Harold Ashby covered it on their 1998 album "Tenor Legacy".
  • Al Jarreau & Oleta Adams covered it on his 1997 album "A Twist of Jobim".
  • Erann Drori with Silvana Malta covered it on their 1998 album "Something Special".
  • Eumir Deodato covered it on his 1998 album "O Som Dos Catedráticos".
  • Coco Schumann Quartett covered it on his 1999 album "".
  • Bucky Pizzarelli, John Pizzarelli, Martin Pizzarelli, Gene Bertoncini, Ray Kennedy, Butch Miles covered it on their 1999 album "Passion Guitars".
  • Kenny G. feat. Bebel Gilberto covered it on his 1999 album "".
  • Anthony Arizaga covered it on his 2000 album "Latin Romance".
  • Cris Delanno covered it in Portuguese on her 2000 album "Cris em Tom Maior".
  • Bonnie Jensen covered it in Portuguese on her 2001 album "Lucky So & So".
  • Bobby Zee & Zoe covered it as part of a medley on their 2002 album "Rat Pack By Request".
  • The Boogie Macs covered it on the 2002 compilation "La musique de Paris dernière Vol.2".
  • Echo covered it on their 2002 eponymous album.
  • Howard Alden covered it on his 2002 album "My Shining Hour".
  • Pastel Vespa covered it on their 2002 album "L'anarchie".
  • The Phil Hopkins Orchestra covered it on their 2002 album "Harmonica Classics".
  • The Swingle Singers covered it in Portuguese on their 2002 album "Mood Swings".
  • Judy Roberts and Greg Fishman covered it on their 2003 album "Two for the Road".
  • Lisa Hilton covered it on her 2003 album "In the Mood for Jazz".
  • The Old Spice Boys covered it on their 2003 album "Alibi of Birdland".
  • Rosa Passos & Ron Carter covered it on their 2003 album "Entre Amigos".
  • Trio Töykeät covered it on their 2003 album "High Standards".
  • Bobby Gibson covered it on his 2004 album "Now Appearing".
  • Rhythm Azule covered it on their 2004 album "Close Enough for Jazz".
  • John Dirac & Marcia Wytrwal covered it on their 2005 album "Centerpiece".
  • Susan Wong covered it on her 2005 album "Just a Little Bossa Nova".
  • Peter Grant covered it on his 2006 album "New Vintage".
  • Michael Bolton covered it on his 2006 album "Bolton Swings Sinatra".
  • Ömür Göksel covered it on his 2006 album "A Touch of Love".
  • Josemi Carmona, Tere Bautista, and Jarabe de Palo covered it in Spanish on the 2007 compilation "Samba Pa' Ti, Un Tributo á Brazil".
  • Chris Foster covered it on his 2008 album "".
  • Jonny Blu covered it on his 2008 album "In Just That Kind of a Mood..."
  • Jeremy Weinglass covered it on his 2008 album "Jazz Hits".
  • Carte de Jazz covered it on their 2009 eponymous album.
  • Diana Krall covered it as "The Boy from Ipanema" on her 2009 album "Quiet Nights".
  • Killian Mansfield feat. Chris Wood covered it on his 2009 album "Somewhere Else".
  • Lori Mechem covered it on her 2009 album "Return to Ipanema - The Music of Antônio Carlos Jobim".
  • Cynthia Lin covered it on her 2010 album "Microscope".
  • Halie Loren covered it on her 2010 album "Stages".
  • Amy Winehouse covered it on her 2011 album "Lioness - Hidden Treasures".
  • Chloe covered it on her 2011 album "Norwegian Wood".
  • Lisa Lindsley covered it on her 2011 album "Everytime We Say Goodbye".
  • Pat Metheny covered it on his 2011 album "What's It All About".
  • Sachal Studios Orchestra covered it on his 2011 album "Jazz Interpretations of Jazz Standards & Bossa Nova".
  • Connie Evingson covered it on his 2012 album "Sweet Happy Life".
  • Plácido Domingo covered it in Portuguese on his 2012 album "Songs".
  • Andrea Bocelli covered it in Portuguese on his 2013 album "Passione".

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