Don Azpiazu And His Havana Casino Orchestra - Don Azpiazu Album
|4||Wanna Lot Of Love|
|6||Be Careful With Those Eyes|
|7||La Mulata Rumbera|
|9||El Manisero/Me Odias|
|10||El Ritmo De La Rumba|
|12||A Penny For Your Thoughts|
|15||With My Guitar And You|
|17||La Cachimba de San Juan|
|18||El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor)|
- Remastered By – Charlie Crump
Mono recordings. Remastered by Charlie Crump from the collections of Christian af Rosenborg, Samie Kiamie and Jaime Jaramillo.
Product of Interstate Music Ltd West Sussex England.
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It was his Havana Casino Orchestra which went to New York City in 1930, and recorded one of the biggest hits in Cuban music history, the Peanut Vendor. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the RIAA. The band included a number of star musicians such as trumpeter Julio Cueva and singer Antonio Machin. Azpiazu also used North American singers such as Bob Burke or Chick Bullock to help popularize the genre. The Peanut Vendor, The Voodoo, Rolando la Serie. Don Azpiazu & His Havana Casino Orchestra. Ángel Azpiazú Cienfuegos, 11 February 1893 Havana, 20 January 1943, better known as Don Azpiazú, was a leading Cuban orchestral director in the 1920s and 1930s. His band introduced authentic Cuban dance music and Cuban musical instruments to a wide audience in the USA. Don Azpiazu and his Havana Casino Orchestra: The Voodoo, El Manisero, The Peanut Vendor. Pianist Don Azpiazu led the first authentic Cuban band to perform on Broadway. It was his dream to someday combine together Cuban rhythms with jazz improvisation but the Afro-Cuban jazz movement was a decade away when he arrived on the scene. However, he did have a first-class Cuban dance band that introduced such songs as The Peanut Vendor, Mama Inez, and Green Eyes. This definitive CD from the British Harlequin label has the soundtrack from a pair of obscure film shorts from 1930 and 1932, plus Azpiazu's best studio records from 1930-1931. Don Azpiazu & His Havana Casino Orchestra - Marianna recorded 9231931 vocal by Bob Burk rumba music GoFundMe: WE NEED YOUR HELP. Don Azpiazu Justo Ángel Azpiazú, Cienfuegos, 11 February 1893 Havana, 20 January 1943 was a leading Cuban orchestral director in the 1920s and 30s. It was his Havana Casino Orchestra which went to New York in 1930, and recorded one of the biggest hits in Cuban music history, the Peanut Vendor. The band included a number of star musicians such as Julio Cueva trumpet Antonio Machín was the singer. Azpiazú also used North American singers such as Bob Burke or Chick Bulloc read more. Title: Azpiazu Original Mix. Download original 320Kbps, Mb, 03:14. Album: LO-FI Latin Nostalgias 2010. Artists: Don Azpiazu Havana Casino Orchestra, Don Azpiazu Havana Casino Orchestra Tus Ojes Negros. Genre: Latinfolk. Don Azpiazu and His Havana Casino Orchestra perform Eliseo Grenet's foxtrot True Love in this recording made in New York on July 2, 1930. Don Azpiazu, Don Mario Antobal, Lazaro Quintero. 변형: 모두 표시 중 Don Azpiazu And His Havana Casino Orchestra. Don Azpiazu & Havana Casino Ochestra, Don Azpiazu & Havana Casino Orchestra, Don Azpiazu & His Havana Casino Orchestra, Don Azpiazu & His Orchestra, Don Azpiazu And His Orchestra, Orquesta D. Azpiazu Del Casino Habana