No one seemed to be immune when the bossa nova craze struck in the early 1960s, least of all the leading Latin bandleader of the day, Tito Puente (1923-2000).
Puente, who is said to have recorded more than 100 albums, gained wide fame in the early 1950s when the cha-cha and the mambo became extremely popular. In the 60s Puente expanded into big band jazz, Broadway tunes, pop music, and in the above case, bossa nova.
Bossa Nova by Puente came out in 1962 on Roulette. And of course it included a version of Antonio Carlos Jobim's Desafinado, which Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd had turned into a huge hit earlier in the year.
Bossa Nova by Puente was re-released on vinyl in 1988 and on CD several years later by the Spanish label Palladium. However, neither seems to be widely available.
The album is more easily obtained via download from eMusic and others. Quality is very good judging from the samples.
From YouTube here's another track from Bossa Nova by Puente.