As much as it is tempting to believe the adage “like father, like daughter,” sometimes a person like Toshiro Ono comes along to turn the saying on its head.

Following his daughter Lisa’s popular success as a home-grown bossa nova diva, the 75-year-old restaurateur has produced his first CD, which covers similar samba-beat territory.

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