Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - Morena, My Love, mi Amor 02:49. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - In The Mood 03:18. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - Moonlight Serenade 02:22. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - Salut to Glenn Miller 03:13. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - String Of Pearls 03:05. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - Little Brown Jug 02:41. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - Soon 02:25. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - Besame Mucho 03:21. Frank Valdor & His Orchestra - ROCK'N ROLL-MEDLEY 04:02.
Sinatra at the Sands is a live album by Frank Sinatra accompanied by Count Basie and his orchestra, and conducted and arranged by Quincy Jones, recorded live in the Copa Room of the former Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas in 1966. It was Sinatra's first live album to be commercially released, and contains many definitive readings of the songs that are most readily associated with Sinatra.
21 Mar 2016 · 25 tracks. Jazz Classics of the Roaring '20s. Frank Westphal and his Orchestra. 31 Dec 2012 · 25 tracks. Sister, Ain't That Hot! Frank Westphal and his Orchestra.
Frank Chacksfield And His Orchestra. Beyond The Sea (LP, Album). Frank Chacksfield And His Orchestra. The New Ebb Tide (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album).
Frank Perkins and His "Pops" Orchestra & Frank Perkins. Roberto Inglez and His Orchestra & Roberto Inglez. Athenaeum Light Orchestra. 25. Frog King's Parade. The Viennese Café Orchestra.
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No es un album de Discoteca en su totalidad pero en ella se encuentran 2 piezas de la disco muy interesantes y me refiero a ''Singin' in the rain'' y ''Keep moving right on'' este último vendría ser la primera version del temita ''The cappers'' por ''Sunshine Combo'. producido también por Jean Claudric
It has therefore seemed a duty for one who had been long and intimately concerned in pre-war diplomacy to give his narrative of events, his interpretation of them, and the impression produced by them on his own mind. I have therefore had no doubt that this book ought to be written, and the decision to write it needs no excuse or apology. Whether it should be published now, or reserved for a later time, is open to question.