Tito Rodriguez United Artists United Artists (label) Latin (CD, LP). Tito Rodriguez returns to the Palladium – in a smoking set that's got all the great jazzy touches of his first volume at the famous club, but a bit more of a charanga groove overall! The core combo elements that make Tito great are firmly in place – that strong sense of rhythm and great ear for jazzy inflections on the horns – especially saxophone. But added to this are some charanga elements on piano and in the rhythms – supported by the vocals on the cuts as well LP, Vinyl record album.
Listen to Tito Rodriguez Bartolo Saca La Flauta MP3 song. Bartolo Saca La Flauta song from the album Returns To The Palladium - Live is released on May 2010. The duration of song is 03:17. This song is sung by Tito Rodriguez.
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Returns to the Palladium - Live. El Inolvidable" (The Unforgettable) (January 4, 1923-February 28, 1973) born in Santurce, Puerto Rico, was a popular 1950's singer and bandleader. Tito (born: Pablo Rodríguez Lozada) became interested in music as a child. He was always surrounded by musical toys, such as guitars, pianos and trumpets. His older brother, Johnny Rodríguez, was a song composer and bandleader, who inspired Tito to become a musician.
Album's name: Returns To The Palladium - Live. Tito Rodriguez - Returns To The Palladium - Live. Tito Rodriguez - Returns To The Palladium - Live MP3 album ZIP archive. 11806 downloads at 25 mb/s. Tito Rodriguez - Returns To The Palladium - Live FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s. Returns To The Palladium (LP, Album, RE). Palladium Latin Jazz & Dance Records.
The thrilling experience of a 'live' performance has been permanently captured on this recording to be enjoyed whenever you choose. The thrill is that somehow there is all the spontaneity and airiness of a live recording, without any crowd noise. The sound quality is superior to most studio recordings.
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