Discography Albums 2005: Equilibria 2006: Vibrasons 2008: New Morning 2009: New Morning (Deluxe Edition) 2011: Dreaming Singles & EPs 2003 - Iemanja (The Mermaid) (12") Remix 2004 - Estacao Verao (Kenny Dope Remixes) (12") Remix 2005 - Equilibria (Álbum Sampler) (12") Remix 2005 - Maracatueira (Incognito Remixes) (12") Remix 2005 - Passa / Capoeira Vai (12") Remix 2006 - Terra De Ninguem (Nicola Conte Rework) (12") Remix 2008 - Connexão (12") Remix Featuring 1990 - Curumim - Azymuth (CD) Intima Records 1998 - Pieces of Ipanema - Azymuth (CD, LP) Far Out Records 2000 - A Terceira Morte de Joaquim Bolivar (Film/DVD) - Soundtrack 2001 - V - United Future Organization (CD, LP) Exceptional Records 2002 - Superágua - Superágua (CD) Zoo Records 2004 - Brazilian Soul - Azymuth (CD) Far Out Recordings 2009 - The Wave - Alex Malheiros & Banda Utopia Feat. Sabrina Malheiros (CD, LP) Far Out Recordings 2009 - Brazilika - Gilles Peterson (CD, LP) Far Out Recordings 2011 - Aurora - Azymuth (CD, LP) Far Out Recordings 2012 - Clementine Sun - Khari Cabral Simmons Dome Records
   Was   (born   1979)   in   Rio   de   Janeiro   is   a   Brazilian   MPB   singer/songwriter.   Her   music   has   been   described   as   "nu   bossa",   combining   house   beats   with   jazz   and   samba   influences   and "cool,   detached-sounding   vocals",   and   critics   have   compared   her   to   Brazilian   contemporaries   Bebel   Gilberto   and   Céu.   She   was   interested   in   music   from   a   young   age,   enrolling   in music   school   at   age   six,   and   making   her   first   studio   recording   before   age   seven.   She   cites   Azymuth   and   João   Gilberto   as   early   influences   on   her   musical   style.   Malheiros's   first commercially   distributed   recording   was   the   title   track   of   Azymuth's   1991   album   Curumim,   on   which   she   sang   lead   vocals.   Her   debut   album,   Equilibria,   was   released   in   2005. Malheiros   wrote   or   co-wrote   nine   tracks   on   the   album.   Her   second   album,   New   Morning,   was   released   in   2008.   Both   albums   were   produced   by   Daniel   Maunick   and   released   on   the Far   Out   Recordings   label.   She   is   married   to   musician   Daniel   Maunick.   A   remastered   and   partially   reworked   "Deluxe   Edition"   of   New   Morning   was   released   in   2009,   containing   a   few extra   tracks   and   an   increased   emphasis   on   instrumentation.   Malheiros   made   her   United   Kingdom   concert   debut   on   18   May   2005   at   Jazz   Cafe,   London.   She   is   the   daughter   of Azymuth bassist Alex Malheiros.
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