Pupi Prado And His Orchestra - For Swingin' Partners Cha Cha Cha mp3 album
- Performer: Pupi Prado And His Orchestra
- Title: For Swingin' Partners Cha Cha Cha
- Genre: Latin
- Formats: MP3 XM WAV TTA MP2 VOX AAC
- Style: Cha-Cha
- MP3 album: 1820 mb
- FLAC album: 1135 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 240
The designation NEW in the matrix number ordinarily indicates that an album that originally had been issued with a particular catalog number was being reissued with the same catalog number but with a NEW track list. In this particular case, however, the track list on the UT (NEW)-127 labels, according to the initial submitter, is not a new track list.
Original 1961 US Stereophonic release with a vinyl weight of over 180 grams. These are all instrumental tracks. Celebrity Records A Division of Premier Albums, Inc. Jose Cubano is only mentioned within the linear notes. Matrix, Runout (Etched, Side A): 8-10-61 CXS (NEW) 81A Audio Matrix REA UTS (NEW) 127A A1. Matrix, Runout (Etched, Side B): CXS (NEW) 81BAudio Matrix 8-9-61 REA UTS (NEW) 127B A.
Photos are considered part of the n. What you see is what you will receive. Please look over photos carefully and feel free to ask questions. Label: Celebrity Records Cat UTS-127 Released: 19661 Genre: Latin Style: Stereo Country: USA Format: Vinyl, LP. Track Listing. A1 Kiss Me Again A2 La Sorella A3 Twilight In Barakeesh A4 Toyland A5 Yama Yama Man B1 Everyday Is Ladies Day B2 La Cucaracha-Cha B3 In Old New York B4 Barippi Mompo B5 Scampion Cha Meringue
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Pérez Prado album il Re del Mambo (The King of Mambo). Background information. Also known as. "Prez" Prado, "The King of the Mambo". Pérez Prado became a naturalized citizen of Mexico in 1980. His orchestra was the most popular in mambo. His son, Pérez J. continues to direct the Pérez Prado Orchestra in Mexico City to this day. Contents. International popularity.
13. Adios Pampa Mia (Cha Cha Cha). Top Songs Pérez Prado and His Orchestra.
|A1||I've Got You Under My Skin|
|A5||A Fine Romance|
|A6||Cha Cha Amigo|
|B1||Yama, Yama, Man|
|B2||Kiss Me Again|
|B3||Every Day Is Ladies' Day|
|B5||Twilight In Barakeech|
|B6||In Old New York|
- Ensemble – Jose Cubano And His Orchestra
Notes"A Division of Premier Albums, Inc."
UTS 127 is on the labels which are yellow with black text. On Side A, dead wax is stamped "Stereo #070759." On Side B, "Audiomatrix" and "Bell Sound" are stamped on dead wax.
Notes from submission for UT 127: "There is an interesting anomaly in this release. The Matrix/Runouts of the discs apparently contain two matrix numbers: CS 81 and UTS-127. The second number corresponds to the catalog number printed on the sleeve of this Celebrity release. The first number, however, is the catalog number of an album released by Coronet Records that has the same track list as the Celebrity release. In itself, there is nothing unusual about that. Both Coronet and Celebrity are labels of Premier Albums, Inc. and both labels released many of the same albums, often using the same master stampers. What is unusual, however, is that the matrix number printed on the labels is reported to be UTS 127, not UT-127 as would be expected. The designation “NEW” in the matrix number ordinarily indicates that an album that originally had been issued with a particular catalog number was being reissued with the same catalog number but with a “NEW” track list. In this particular case, however, the track list on the UT (NEW)-127 labels, according to the initial submitter, is not a new track list. It is the old track list found on the Coronet CX 81 and the Celebrity UT-127 releases. If the information submitted is correct, then this would mean that a matrix number intended to be used with a new track list was used instead with an old track list. That would be most unusual, to say the least. Unfortunately, the original submitter did not include images of the labels, so there is no way to determine what the facts of the matter really are."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): CXS #81A UT
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): CXS 81B UTS 127B