When your father is Caetano Veloso, one of the musicians who invented the '60s Brazilian genre of tropicalia and who retains a giant reputation, you debut your first album knowing there are plenty of expectations attached. But, like Bebel Gilberto, another Brazilian musical offspring, Moreno Veloso doesn't disappoint. Like his dad, he's a wry, idiosyncratic writer. Where Caetano fused the bossa and samba with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, Moreno looks to electronica and jazz to spice his confections, as on "Das Partes." From lulling ballads to tortuous lyrical melodies, he can tackle it all, culminating in a version of "I'm Wishing" (from Snow White) that's sung simultaneously in Portuguese and English.