Tito Puente Und Sein Orchester - My Fair Lady Goes Latin mp3 album
- Performer: Tito Puente Und Sein Orchester
- Title: My Fair Lady Goes Latin
- Genre: Jazz / Latin
- Country: US
- Formats: AU RA XM APE MMF DMF MP1
- Released: 1966
- Style: Pachanga, Afro-Cuban Jazz, Merengue, Rumba, Afro-Cuban, Guaguancó, Salsa, Latin Jazz
- MP3 album: 1227 mb
- FLAC album: 1897 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 663
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Dance Mania is a studio album by Latin musician Tito Puente. The album was added to the National Recording Registry in 2002. It is also listed among the 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. "El Cayuco" – 2:33. Complicación" – 3:18. Cuando Te Vea" – 4:10. Hong Kong Mambo" – 3:42. Mi Chiquita Quiere Bembé" – 3:55. Varsity Drag" – 2:48. Estoy Siempre Junto a Ti" – 3:10. Agua Limpia Todo" – 2:55.
Tito Puente And His Orchestra. My Fair Lady Goes Latin (LP). HTS 340003 U.
Tito Puente Jazz Fania. Tito Puente Live At The 1977 Monterey Jazz Festival Monterey Jazz Festival. No musician was more responsible in his lifetime for bringing the sound of Latin music to jazz and popular music audiences than Tito Puente. Each volume also includes a fair number of instrumentals that feature a roaring big band of sadly unnamed (except for Mario Bauza) brass and reed men playing bop-inflected orchestrations that testified to Puente's considerable talents as an arranger/composer. Dance Mania was Puente's all-time top selling album, the sole representative of Latin music on the New York Times list of Best Albums of The Twentieth Century.
Originally written as a breezy Latin jazz cut by mambo legend Tito Puente in 1963, Oye Como Va saw then-rising rock act Santana create a new dimension in the burgeoning Latin rock sound. In their rendition, Santana go electric, replacing Puente’s signature horn section with the power combo of organist Gregg Rolie and guitar god Carlos Santana. Their remake – released as the second single off the band’s 1970 album, Abraxas, one of the greatest Latin rock albums of all time – passed with flying colors, reaching Number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. With Oye Como Va, Santana successfully.
Tito Puente was a jazz and latin music percussionist. Back in the day, he would have competitions with other bands such as Perez Prado to see who would be named "King of the mambo". Tito always won. From various sources and as one can see from video, Puente was an electric performer who always stood up on the timbales. He was an accomplished dancer as well. Tito Puente is probably the most beloved figure of the music that is now mostly called Latin jazz. Tito Puente was a jazz and latin music percussionist.
|A1||Get Me To The Church On Time||2:14|
|A2||The Rain In Spain||3:30|
|A4||I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face||2:20|
|A5||Wouldn't It Be Loverly||3:00|
|A6||You Did It||1:54|
|B1||On The Street Where You Live||3:05|
|B3||With A Little Bit Of Luck||2:33|
|B4||I Could Have Danced All Night||2:25|
|B6||I'm An Ordinary Man||3:25|
- Distributed By – Vogue Schallplatten
- Printed By – Johannes Alt GmbH
NotesPrinted in Germany by Johannes Alt, Frankfurt, 10. 66
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
|SR 25276, SR-25276||Tito Puente And His Orchestra||My Fair Lady Goes Latin (LP, Album)||Roulette, Roulette||SR 25276, SR-25276||US||1964|
|33SX 1699||Tito Puente And His Orchestra||My Fair Lady Goes Latin (LP, Mono)||Columbia||33SX 1699||UK||1964|
|R 25276||Tito Puente And His Orchestra||My Fair Lady Goes Latin (LP, Mono)||Roulette||R 25276||US||1964|
|340003 U||Tito Puente Und Sein Orchester*||My Fair Lady Goes Latin (LP, Mono)||Vogue Schallplatten||340003 U||Germany||1966|