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Anything Can Happen-Mambo - Xavier Cugat - The Best Of Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra (CD)

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  1. Jul 23,  · The Anything Can Happen Mambo. Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra. PREVIEW Mambo Gordo. Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra. PREVIEW Besame Mucho. Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra & Vocal By Otto Bolivar. The Best of Xavier Cugat At His Best Mambo Fever - 22 Original Mambo Hits.
  2. I recently discovered Xavier Cugat and decided to get a collection of his band's renditions of well known Latin and American standards. The CD quality is very clear without any extraneous noise. The arrangements and musicianship of all the selections are in high form, and no surprise, executed in an authentic Latin style without gimmicks/5(11).
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Very Best of Xavier Cugat - Xavier Cugat on AllMusic -
  4. Xavier Cugat had a recording career that stretched over many more years than are covered on this collection. But this single-disc, song anthology of sides from the s and s has to be considered the best collection of his work.
  5. Jan 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Latin Soul Of Xavier Cugat on Discogs/5(8).
  6. Written-By – George Rosner, Xavier Cugat: A2: Anything Can Happen-Mambo Vocals – Abbe Lane Written-By – Mabel Wayne, Richard M. Sherman: A3: Cerezo Rosa Y Manzano Blanco Written-By – Louiguy: A4: Los Timbales Written-By – Leopoldo Blanco, Marion Sunshine: A5: Alma Llanera Written-By – Pedro Elías Gutiérrez: A6: Africano Soy.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mambo! on Discogs. Label: Saludos Amigos - CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Latin • Style: Mambo Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra - Mambo!
  8. Xavier Cugat (Catalan: [ʃəβiˈe kuˈɣat]; January 1, – October 27, ) was a Spanish musician and bandleader who spent his formative years in Havana, Cuba.A trained violinist and arranger, he was a leading figure in the spread of Latin ciwalgistlibyveterredsnetlitabec.coinfo New York City he was the leader of the resident orchestra at the Waldorf–Astoria before and after World War II.

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