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Going out of My Head  performed by  Sergio Mendes and Brasil ’66  (1966)
Composed by Randazzo-Weinstein
Arranged by Mendes
From: Brazil
Mood: Jazzy
Recommended by delicado [profile] on Wednesday 30th May 2001

A wonderful version of “Going out of my head”, which was originally sung by Little Anthony and the Imperials. It's a great song anyway, with really nice words (well, nice for a Smiths fan like me, anyway: 'there's no reason why...my being shy...should keep us apart...'), but Sergio Mendes also adds an extra musical edge to the chorus, and this really adds a new dimension to the song. The instrumentation is classic Brasil 66: Percussive jazz piano, group vocals, and a driving bossa nova beat.

from Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66 (A&M SP4116)
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  13 Jul 02 ·whoops: I totally agree with you. Their version of Caetalo Veloso's Lost in paradise is also quite wonderful.


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