October 2

Martin, Ido & His Latin Orchestra - Cha Cha At The Cote DAzur No. 3 (Vinyl)



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Posted 24.01.2020 by Maktilar in category "Classic Rock

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  1. By Meztigami on
    Vinyl, LP Country: US Released: Genre: Latin Style: Rumba, Samba, Mambo, Cha-Cha Tracklist A1 Goza Cha Cha A2 Mambo #5 A3 Brazil A4 Asi Asi B1 Baia B2 Tico Tico B3 Adios B4 Las Suegras Notes Rodriguez and his Orchestra present the authentic Latin rhythms with all their native flash and fire.
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  2. By Zoloshakar on
    , mamboized cha cha cha, big band horn section, flute as main solo, acoustic bass and organ, latin percussions only Puente Jr.'s Oye Como Va , latin dance/cha cha cha, horn riffs on synthesizers, female soloist added, timbales used as main solo instrument, digitally sampled b3, synthesized/electric bass, digitally sampled/synthesized.
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  3. By Vugis on
    Latin Music 13 (2CD). This sensational two-disc album is the 13th follow-up to the great “Latin Music” series, which contains 44 vocal Latin hits that are sure to make you move. Indulge yourself in a passionate mix of perfect rhythms, which include Samba, Rumba, ChaCha & .
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  4. By Mikahn on
    His mambo orchestra popularized Latin music through the medium of television. Cha-cha-cha. This Cuban-inspired dance fad came after the mambo and quickly spread to the US from white Cubans in the early s. Cubop. A fusion of Latin and jazz music. Downtown Latin style.
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  5. By Kigasho on
    Jun 18,  · Mambo Cha Cha Cha - Latin Cha Cha Cha Intrumental - Oldies but Goodies Cha Cha cha songs 60s 70s - Duration: DanceSport Music 79, views.
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  6. By Grozragore on
    Cha Cha At The Cote D'Azur No. 3 7": Ido & His Latin Orchestra Martin.
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  7. By Junos on
    Oct 09,  · Danh sách tài liệu 2 phần Latin và Standard (Cập nhật ngày 20/2/) Danh sách đĩa Tổng hợp latin, standard, biểu diễn, BaSaMe, Argentina tango, nhạc I. Latin: nhóm đĩa dạy latin. II. Standard: nhóm đĩa dạy standard. Đang cập nhật thêm các nhóm đĩa.
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  8. By Zuluk on
    History. Melodisc records was founded by Austrian-born American citizen Emil Edward Shalit (24 December – 23 April ) and his business partner Jack Chilkes. Melodisc began trading in London in August and soon became established as one of the first—and, at the time, the largest—independent record labels in the UK. Its offices were in Earlham Street, Covent Garden.
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  9. By Daitilar on
    This is a brilliant musical excursion of Latin styles at the hands of its masters. Just one listen to "Things to Come" will make you leave any seat you're in and celebrate the music and dance of the all-time great mambo king. Tito "El Rey" Puento plays the most exciting percussion and shows why the timbales are so important to a Latin orchestra.
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