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Xavier Cugat With His Orchestra - Xavier Cugat In Person - 1940 -1942 Radio Broadcasts download album
Jazz / Latin
Performer: Xavier Cugat With His Orchestra
Title: Xavier Cugat In Person - 1940 -1942 Radio Broadcasts
Style: Easy Listening, Latin Jazz, Batucada, Rumba
Year 2000
Genre: Jazz / Latin
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 448
MP3 size: 1840 mb
FLAC size: 1886 mb
WMA size: 1693 mb
Other formats: RA MIDI FLAC MP1 VQF XM DMF

Xavier Cugat With His Orchestra - Xavier Cugat In Person - 1940 -1942 Radio Broadcasts download album


Cheerful Exuberant Campy Rollicking. In Person: 1940-1942 Radio Broadcasts.

Xavier Cugat Orchestra 1940-1942.

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XAVIER CUGAT Xavier Cuga was a Spanish-American bandleader who spent his formative years in Havana, Cuba Dinah Shore made her first recordings as a vocalist with Cugat in 1939 and 1940 (Victor Records).

Tracks 10-21, 14 June 1940. Tracks 22-29 were recorded (location unknown) on 02 June 1942 from The Camel Caravan radio broadcast. Made in The Czech Republic.

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Free download and listen Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra 1940-1942. Tracks count: 15. Views: 27. Machito, Tito Rodriguez, Miguelito Valdes, Xavier Cugat - Babalú 02:57.

Discover Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. Remembered for his highly-commercial approach to pop music, Xavier Cugat (born: Francisco De Asis Javier Cugat Mingall De Cru Y Deulofeo) made an even greater mark as one of the pioneers of Latin-American dance music. During his eight decade long career, Cugat helped to popularize the tango, the cha-cha, the mambo and the rhumba. His hits included "El Manicero" in the 1930s, "Perfida" in 1940 and the original recording of "Babalu" in 1944