Miguelito Valdés Con La Orquesta "Casino De La Playa" - Miguelito Valdés Con La Orquesta: "Casino De La Playa" download flac
Valdés's innovative improvisational rendition of Afro-Cuban numbers caused a sensation. Finding Castro's band too inflexible, he and six other members departed '37 to organize the band Orquesta Casino de la Playa, signed with RCA Victor and made about 200 78s, including Valdés's original '39 hit version of Babalú
Chano Pozo, Miguelito Valdes, Orquesta Casino de la Playa.
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Miguelito Valdés was born as Miguel Ángel Eugenio Lázaro Zacarías Izquierdo Valdés Hernández on September 6, 1912 in Havana. His father was Spanish and his mother was Mexican from Yucatán. He was born in Belén (in Old Havana), and moved to another barrio, Cayo Hueso (in Centro Habana), when his father died. He was their lead singer until 1936. In 1937, he joined a group of top musicians who formed the Orquesta Casino de la Playa. In June 1937 Valdés and Casino de la Playa began recording for RCA-Victor, making their debut with Bruca maniguá, a song composed by Arsenio Rodríguez. He was now perhaps the top singer in Cuba, on the verge of international fame. In 1939, La Playa toured South America and Central America. By that time, their records were highly successful all around Latin America.
Performer – Walfredo De Los Reyes Songwriter – Cristina Saladrigas. Songwriter – Rafael Ortíz. Songwriter – A. Rodríguez, A. Beltrán. 9. Perro, Gato y Gallo.
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Listen free to Orquesta Casino De La Playa – El guarachero (La última noche, Ay, pero qué jelengue and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Formed in Havana, Cuba, in 1937, the group relocated to Mexico City in 1948.
Orquesta Casino de la Playa. 10. Cuando Vuelvas a Quererme. Orquesta Casino de la Playa. 13. Perro Gato y Gallo. Christina Saladrigas. 15. Mi Deuda de Amor. Armando Beltran, Arsenio Rodríguez. A. Garcia, Miguelito Valdés.
Miguelito Valdés & Orquesta Casino de la Playa 2013. During more than five decades of performing, the vocal innovations of Miguelito Valdes made him one of Latin music's most popular artists. He started singing in 1927 with a few amateur groups, then decided music was his career while in Panama during the early '30s. In June 1937, Valdes was the vocalist for the corporation Casino de la Playa Orchestra, which was among Cuba's five most popular orchestras. He left Cuba for New York City in April 1940, and joined the Xavier Cugat band at the Waldorf Astoria hotel. The spot earned him a lot of fame, enough so that he could start his.
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Songwriter – Ricardo Fábrega
|2||Ven Acá Tomá
Songwriter – Arsenio Rodríguez*
Songwriter – Miguelito Valdes
Songwriter – Miguelito Valdes
Songwriter – C. Castillo*
Performer – Walfredo De Los Reyes*Songwriter – Cristina Saladrigas
|7||El Plato Roto
Songwriter – Rafael Ortíz
|8||Mi Deuda De Amor
Songwriter – A. Rodríguez*, A. Beltrán*
|9||Perro, Gato y Gallo
Performer – Antonio De La CruzSongwriter – E. Atuñez*
|10||Se Va El Caramelero
Songwriter – Arsenio Rodriguez
NotesComes in a Cardboard Sleeve
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