If you follow (or have heard of) the Brazilian experimental-percussion group Uakti, you probably are already aware that they have done their own interpretation of The World’s Greatest Song, Águas de Março by Antonio Carlos “Tom” Jobim.
If, like me, you hadn’t known about Uakti, then this version will be as new to you as it is to me. Very much as with the marvelous David Byrne-Marisa Montes interpretation mentioned earlier, the group is clearly playing with the song, rather than just playing it. But worth knowing about and listening to.
Tim Heffernan, who previously sleuthed out the Slovenian rendition of Aguas, came up with this one too.