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La Clave - Perez Prado And His Orchestra - The Latin Beat Of Perez Prado (Vinyl)

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  1. Performer: Perez Prado and his Orchestra Writer: D. Perez Prado Cuban Jitterbug "music for dancing". Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  2. According to Latin Beat, "In the pre-rockn-roll era, Prado became a countercultural hero with his lacquered pompadour and Dizzy Gillespie-style goatee, a symbol of Latino hipness." According to the UNESCO Courier, "Arcano was a talented musician, but it was his countryman Perez Prado who was the first to market his compositions under the name.
  3. Feb 10,  · Perez Prado is commonly known as the "King of Mambo". His version of Cherry Pink and Apple Blosson White is the most popular version. It reached No. 1 on the US Billboard charts in
  4. Pérez Prado And His Orchestra A: The Syncopated Clock Mambo B: Broadway Mambo: RCA Victor USA: 7" 0: Pérez Prado And His Orchestra A: In A Little Spanish Town (T'was On A Night Like This) B: C'est Ci Bon: RCA Victor USA: Oct 7" 0: Pérez Prado And His Orchestra A: Go, Go Mambo B: Wild: RCA Victor USA:
  5. Jun 30,  · Perez Prado - All the Best (FULL ALBUM - GREATEST PIANIST AND ORGANIST - BEST OF MAMBO/JAZZ) - Duration: Vintage JukeBox - Don't .
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  7. May 04,  · Perez was rejected by the Cubans who were more conservative and favored their traditional dances, but when Prado came over to Mexico, he was a big hit, and his new style and rhythm was brought over to the U.S., where Hispanic performers were far and few, and struggled to reach the billboard, with Desi Arnaz and perhaps Xavier Cugat as the only /5(87).

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