Perhaps most important, the album includes "Como Fue," and Moré's signature bolero and a tearjerker if there ever was one. The songs recorded with De Paz are his great uptempo romps "San Fernando," "Bonito Y Sabroso," and "Donde Estabas T. The latter has a campy drama heightened by De Paz's crackerjack horn section.
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A new album cover was added and since then, this cover and the album contents have raked in spectacular sales for RCA Victor and its multiple administrations since then. When producer Domingo Echevarria launched his "Tropical Series" one of his first projects was re-issuing "Magia Antillana" on CD. It happened all over again, sales galore!
Magia Antillana (1958).
Bartolomé Maximiliano Moré (24 August 1919 – 19 February 1963), known as Benny Moré, Bení Moré or Beny Moré (in Spanish), was a Cuban singer, bandleader and songwriter. Due to his fluid tenor voice and his great expressivity, he was known variously as El Bárbaro del Ritmo and El Sonero Mayor. Moré was a master of most Cuban popular genres, such as the bolero, son montuno, mambo, and guaracha. Moré formed and led the Banda Gigante, one of the leading Cuban big bands of the 1950s.
Listen to Beny More Cómo Fue MP3 song. Cómo Fue song from the album Magia Antillana is released on Mar 2012. The duration of song is 02:57. This song is sung by Beny More.
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Despite its profoundly stupid cover depicting a fake Santeria scene, Magia Antillana includes Moré's best-known hits. These were all recorded in Mexico early in his career with a variety of orchestras, most notably those of Rafael De Paz and Perez Prado.