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Tito Rodriguez - Puerto Azul flac mp3
Performer:
Tito Rodriguez
Album:
Puerto Azul
Style:
Cuban Jazz,New York Salsa,World Fusion,Cuban Traditions
Date of release:
March 19, 1996
FLAC vers. size:
1772 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1473 mb
WMA vers. size:
1692 mb
Other formats
AIFF VOC APE MP4 TTA XM
Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
408

Tito Rodriguez And His Orchestra ‎– En Puerto Azul, Venezuela. Label: Palladium Latin Jazz & Dance Records ‎– PLP 148. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Tito Rodriguez & His Orchestra. In Puerto Azul, Venezuela ‎(LP, Album). United Artists Records.

8. No Sueñes Despierto. 9. Si Mi Corazón Buepiera. More By Tito Rodriguez And His Orchestra. See All. Mambo Gee Gee. 1995. Motion Picture Themes Cha Cha Cha.

Complete your Tito Rodriguez And His Orchestra collection.

La Rumba No Se Acabó.

The Rahjah of Mambo" & "The Sultan of Swing" was born on January 24, 1924, in Santurce, Puerto Rico, according to one biographer, not 1/4/23 as ascribed by the majority of scribes. Another persistent rumor was that his father was of Dominican descent, this however has been disproved. His mother Severina Lozada was born in Holguin, Cuba, and died in 1932. If you were lucky to have caught his act live, he was 'Unforgettable'.

TITO RODRÍGUEZ: En Puerto Azul, Venezuela. Alma Llanera - Tito Rodríguez. Top Songs By Tito Rodriguez And His Orchestra. 1. The Magnificent Seven. 2. A Los Muchachos De Belen. 860. 3. El Moldo De Las Locas (Blast Off). Tito Rodriguez And His Orchestra. 765. 4. Satin And Lace. 655. 5. Un Pato (O Pato). 618. 6. La Pollera Colora. 450. 7. Alma Llanera.

Pablo Rodríguez Lozada (January 4, 1923 – February 28, 1973), better known as Tito Rodríguez, was a Puerto Rican singer and bandleader. He started his career singing under the tutelage of his brother, Johnny Rodríguez. In the 1940s, both moved to New York, where Tito worked as a percussionist in several popular rhumba ensembles, before directing his own group to great success during the 1950s. His most prolific years coincided with the peak of the mambo and cha-cha-cha dance craze.

Back Home In Puerto Rico. Carnival of The Americas. Returns To The Palladium - Live. Tito Rodriguez At The Palladium - Live Performance. In Puerto Azul, Venezuela.

Credits

Tito Rodriguez - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vibraphone, Vocals