Jose Curbelo And His Orchestra. Wine, Women And Cha Cha (LP).
Despite the unlikely title and even less likely jacket photo, Wine, Women, and Cha Cha Cha may well be the Curbelo masterpiece on Fiesta. The arrangements are full, and the singing is more authentic than "cha cha cheesy," as on previous albums. The horn work is better, and there is the relaxed, confident maturity overall that marks good, New York Latin music. Clap Hands and Cha Cha Cha" is the one track by Curbelo. More than just three good things, Wine, Women, and Cha Cha Cha is consistently good.
Tracklist: 1. The Hissing Cha Cha, 2. Melody In Cha Cha, 3. Que Se Funan, 4. Sun Sun Babae, 5. Que Es Guapacha, 6. El Pescador, 7. Figaro – Figaro, 8. The Web, 9. Rey Negro, 10. Eque Tumbao, 11. Zolita, 12. Clap Hands And Cha Cha Ch. 1. The Hissing Cha Cha. 2. Melody In Cha Cha.
Find the song lyrics for José Curbelo - Top Tracks. Jose Curbelo And His Orchestra. Top Songs By José Curbelo. 392. 4. Guaguancó En New York. 101. 7. Cha Cha Cha In Blue. 78. 8. El Rey Del Mambo.
José Curbelo And His Orchestra. Style: pop. Album year: 2015. Live at the China Doll In NY 1946 (plus Hits From 1952-1954) - José Curbelo And His Orchestra, Mon Rivera, Ray Barretto, Santos Colón, Tito Puente, Tito Rodriguez. Live at the China Doll Vol. 2 - Chino Pozo, José Curbelo And His Orchestra, Tito Puente. Rumba Gallega - José Curbelo And His Orchestra, Rene Hernandez, Tito Puente, Tito Rodriguez.
José Curbelo And His Orchestra has been played on NTS in shows including Jazzman, featured first on 19 December 2017. José Curbelo And His Orchestra. José Curbelo And His Orchestra has been played on NTS in shows including Jazzman, featured first on 19 December 2017. Songs played include La La La. Original source Last.
His most prolific years coincided with the peak of the mambo and cha-cha-cha dance craze. He also recorded boleros, sones, guarachas and pachangas. Rodríguez is known by many fans as "El Inolvidable" (The Unforgettable One), a moniker based on his most popular song, a bolero written by Cuban composer Julio Gutiérrez. After he was discharged, he returned to New York where he joined the orchestra of José Curbelo. On one occasion, the band performed at the China Doll Cabaret. In 1947, Rodríguez made his "solo" debut and finally organized his own band, which he named "Los Diablos del Mambo" ("the mambo devils"). He renamed his band "Los Lobos del Mambo" ("the mambo wolves") and later dropped the name altogether, deciding to go with "The Tito Rodríguez Orchestra".
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