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Al Stefano And His Orchestra - Dance To The Latin Beat album

Al Stefano And His Orchestra - Dance To The Latin Beat album
  • Performer Al Stefano And His Orchestra
  • Title Dance To The Latin Beat
  • Date of release 1957
  • Style Mambo
  • Other formats MP1 TTA AC3 ASF XM DMF RA
  • Genre Latin
  • Size MP3 1378 mb
  • Size FLAC 1347 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 487

Al Stefano And His Orchestra. Dance To The Latin Beat ‎(LP, Album).

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Dance to the Latin Beat - Al Stefano.

Dance Mania is a studio album by Latin musician Tito Puente. The album was added to the National Recording Registry in 2002. It is also listed among the 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. "El Cayuco" – 2:33. Complicación" – 3:18. Cuando Te Vea" – 4:10. Hong Kong Mambo" – 3:42. Mi Chiquita Quiere Bembé" – 3:55. Varsity Drag" – 2:48. Estoy Siempre Junto a Ti" – 3:10. Agua Limpia Todo" – 2:55.

From pop hooks to album covers to beats, we're rounding up some of the greatest of all time in music on Billboard. The results won't please everyone – and that's as it should be. Everyone has their own takes on the greatest in music – this is ours. The song went to the top of the charts in Latin America, and gained widespread popularity as a soccer anthem, as part of the Grosse Pointe Blank movie soundtrack, and as a theme song for tennis player Rafael Nadal. 47. "Eres tu" - Mocedades Writer: Juan Carlos Calderon. With its lilting 6/8 beat, No me doy por vencido spent 30 weeks on the top of Latin Pop Airplay in 2009 and propelled Fonsi to superstardom. 44. "La Bamba" - Ritchie Valens Writer: Folk song adapted by Ritchie Valens.

The Latin music industry was entering its next pivotal era when Mexican rock band Maná released ¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? in 1992. The band’s third studio album wholly captured the sound and vibrant energy of the rock en español explosion and helped catapult the movement to international reach. Suavemente grooved at Number One on Billboard‘s Hot Latin Tracks chart for six weeks, and his following single, Tu Sonrisa, occupied the same spot later that year – making him the first merengue artist to achieve such a feat. That is, until Sony BMG stepped in to distribute in 2003.

After graduation, he formed his own orchestra, which played in and around Birmingham. By the time World War II broke out, his orchestra was one of the most popular in England, both on the BBC and in live performances. On Neon Genesis Evangelion's iconic 'Fly Me to the Moon' renditions and where to hear them. By neyoni 26 Jun 3:58pm.

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A1 Mambo Inn
A2 Amor
A3 Lindisima
A4 Cuban Mambo
A5 Me Tiennes Loquito
A6 Mambo No. 8
B1 Starlight Room Mambo
B2 Anna Morena
B3 Jumbo Jumbo
B4 Rosina
B5 Mack The Knife
B6 Dos Trompetas


  • Percussion – Al Stefano