Renowned Brazilian singer/guitarist. In 1958, Cardoso was invited by Vinicius de Moraes to be the singer of an album of songs written by himself and Tom Jobim. Canção do Amor Demais became the first album of bossa nova music, launching the new genre (Festa label). While Cardoso was not primarily considered a bossa nova singer, her singing on Manhã de Carnaval from the Orfeu Negro soundtrack remains a bossa classic.
Lurie is an American composer, performance artist and woodwind player, originally hailing from Seattle and now living in Brooklyn, New York. Lurie first gained notice as a member of The Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet, an all-female horn ensemble who released its first album in 1993. (Wikipedia)
The group used advanced recording techniques at the time in this recording, including multi-track recording and tape loops; analogue synthesizers are prominent, and snippets from interviews with Pink Floyd's road crew and others provide philosophical quotations. Engineer Alan Parsons was responsible for many sonic aspects..."Time" examines the manner in which its passage can control one's life and offers a stark warning to those who remain focused on mundane aspects (Wikipedia)