Go to main content

Bossa Nova Heineken

August 07, 2014 | Music

The beer makers of Heineken will release the colored vinyl single "Bossa Nova Baby", together with Music on Vinyl, Sony Music and EPE, on August 18, 2014.

Side A:
Bossa Nova Baby (Viva Mix)

Side B:
Bossa Nova Baby (Original)

Source:Elvis Club Berlin
NONE000000 wrote on August 07, 2014
I get the feeling Bossa Nova Baby is the only track on Viva Elvis that they really spent any time on--and it shows.
Eap54 wrote on August 08, 2014
why can't they release the single in the USA we never get anything like this
benny scott wrote on August 08, 2014
Eap54, maybe the single will be released in the USA, Sony and EPE being involved. If EPE should be involved only for giving the permission to press the vinyl and release, then it could mean no release in the US. Hope you are lucky ! Always El.
moseleyman wrote on August 08, 2014
What a great release Disagree that its the only track on viva they spent time on personally luv that album and im an elvis fan from the 60s luv all the tracks esp cant halp falling in love and bossa We should have all the tracks from the show released now on another volume esp if this single does well Luv remixes we all have the originals but if a remix does for the elvis world what a little less conversation did by bringing in new fans then we should all get behind every release elvisly kev
I am Buffalo-Horn! wrote on August 08, 2014
Music on Vinyl are based in the Netherlands, so whether this will also go to the States I don't know. It has the English sleeve used from 58-68, but the US style open centre. The literature reads Juke Box Style centre! Whether you like remixes or not, & somebody out there obviously does – I think it's a great idea & I'm sure this limited edition will sell out quickly!
Deano1 wrote on August 08, 2014
I almost always welcome new Elvis vinyl (as long as a reputable company is releasing it, although even some of the less reputable release like the LP "King Creole" by Hoodoo can be a welcome addition. It was packaged nicely with a great sounding vinyl LP). This is definitely by favorite song with a "Viva" mix, but I did like "Burning Love" and a couple of others too. This was a great lead song for the "Dance Party" LP which should have had more remixed dance songs and not songs like "Suspicious Minds". I would loved a remix of "Do The Vega" or even "Do the Clam" might have worked. I will definitely try to get a copy of the above single.