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Title: At "The Bagatelle", London - Latin-American Rhythms
Style: Samba, Rumba, Mambo
Label: Decca
# Cat: LF 1002
Released: Jun 1950
Country: UK
FLAC album: 2897 mb
MP3 album: 2361 mb
Rating: 4.0
Genre: Latin / World, Folk

Tracklist

1Cumana
Written-By – Allen, Spina, Hillman
2Samba Bamba
Written-By – Warner
3Congo
Written-By – Burman
4La Comparsa
Written-By – Lecuona
5Gandinga
Written-By – John Bartee
6Paraquedista
Written-By – José Léo Cadio
7Mondongo
Written-By – Valdez, Hernandez
8Tico-Tico
Written-By – Abreu

Notes

"Decca 33 ⅓ r.p.m. Long Playing microgroove f f r r unbreakable records", Gramophone magazine, July 1950, p. xii.

Album

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