Joe Quijano And His Orchestra - Everything Latin Yeah, Yeah mp3 album
- Performer: Joe Quijano And His Orchestra
- Title: Everything Latin Yeah, Yeah
- Genre: Latin
- Formats: MMF DMF AHX AU APE VOC XM
- Released: 1963
- Style: Cha-Cha
- MP3 album: 1643 mb
- FLAC album: 1566 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 202
Everything Latin - Yeah, Yeah 2013. Presentando Mi Gran Orquesta 2016. Quijano founded his own Cesta Records label, named after the basket used in the game of Jai-Alai. Quijano also had the distinction of being the first artist to record a composition by the great Puerto Rican composer, Tite Curet Alonso.
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Joe Quijano And His Orchestra – Joe Quijano Shing-a-lings. Label: Cesta Records Inc. – CE-3000. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, High Fidelity. This was the very 1st Latin record I ever purchased at Casa Hernandez which is now known as Casa Amadeo. Joe Quijano and other musicians as well as other customers were there and he autographed mine as well as the others purchased while I was there. I was only 15 years old, but hit with the Boogaloo, and Shing a Ling bug ever since! Reply Notify me Helpful.
The Jazz Age, is the fourteenth studio album, is a re-recording of some of Bryan Ferry's compositions, as played in jazz style of the 1920s, by The Bryan Ferry Orchestra. The 13 songs have been chosen from 11 albums, from his very first release Roxy Music (1972) to his at that time recent solo record Olympia (2010).
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Guzmán was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1939. His birth name is Frank Guzmán Géigel. Through a family relation he met Georgie Maysonet, the conguero for Conjunto Cachana de Joe Quijano (which, at the time, included Bobby Valentin on trumpet). The musician invited him to dance. Guzmán told him he sang, and the conga player asked him to sing a bolero on the spot. He recorded his moderately successful self-titled debut solo album in 1972, but remained with Olivencia's orchestra until 1975 when he began to pursue a solo career full-time. Escucha Mi Canción appeared in 1975 and did relatively well, but it was followed by two more successful albums, 1977's Mintiendo Se Gana Más and Peligro in 1978.
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