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What Shall The End Be - Labklik - Perez Prado And Friends Part 2 (Cassette, Album)


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  1. Biography Early life. Pérez was born in Matanzas, Cuba, on December 11, ; his mother Sara Prado was a school teacher, his father Pablo Pérez a journalist at El Heraldo de studied classical piano in his early childhood, and later played organ and piano in local clubs. For a time, he was pianist and arranger for the Sonora Matancera, Cuba's best-known musical group at the December 11, , Matanzas, Cuba.
  2. Here is yet another Perez Prado compilation from the folks at RCA; where Prado recorded from the late '50s until This one features 17 tracks from ; grouped in strange order. It wouldn't be a compilation without "Patricia," -- and this is the definitive version -- a single, actually.5/
  3. 2 – Perez Prado: Cerezo Rosa: 3 – Pancho Cataneo: Mata Siguaraya: 4 – Perez Prado: Mambo En Trompeta: 5 – Perez Prado: Mambo En Sax: 6 – Celia Cruz: Guantanamera: 7 – Perez Prado: Te Para Dos: 8 – Perez Prado: Mambo Del Taconazo: 9 – Dancing Loco Disco: Mr. Loco: 10 – Perez Prado: Mambo No. 5: 11 – Perez Prado: Caliente 4/5(1).
  4. Perez Prado - Mambo No. 5 (Complete Album) Perez Prado was the most important figure in the Latin dance craze of the s. He is known as the King of the Mambo, and for good reason.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of Prado Mania on Discogs.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pops And Prado on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - LPM,RCA Victor - LPM • Series: A Latin Goes American • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin, Pop • Style: Easy Listening, Latin Jazz.
  7. Perez Prado, Miguelito Valdes, Tito Rodriguez, Jocento Roman, Pupo Reyes - Mambo Jamboree (10 Top Mambos And Cha Chas) (Album) 2 versions Today's, Today's , 8M
  8. A nice compilation from Rhino of greatest hits by the master (and, more than likely, the founder) of the mambo. Perez Prado was the original Mambo King, and this album attempts to explain that title in full detail. Many of the softer works are here, as any good fan would expect -- "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White," "Patricia," etc.
  9. Perez was the first Latin performer to reach number one on the billboard, and made history with his new music. Perez was also given posthumous fame with two of his songs, Mambo 8 and the Peanut Vendor being used in the hit movie, Office Space. These two songs make the film memorable and helped introduce Perez to a new generation/5(93).