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5 thoughts on “ Oye Negra - Miguelito Valdes With Machito & His Afro-Cubans - Bim Bam Boom (Cuban Rhythms) (Vinyl)

  1. Oct 05,  · SCLP - Machito and His Afro-Cuban Orchestra Play Cha Cha Cha and Mambo - Machito and His Afro-Cubans [] Reissued by Met- Richmond in Christopher Columbus Mambo/Sentimental Mambo/Mamboscope/Don't Tease Me/Dragnet Mambo/Feedin' The Chickens Mambo/Chattanooga Cha-Cha-Cha/Cha-Cha Charinete/Circunstancia/El Jamaiquino/Bananas/Relax.
  2. Miguelito Valdes began studying music in Cuba, his country of birth, at the age of 11 while attending the Elementary School of Music "Paulita Concepcion". He completed his studies at the Provincial School of Music "Amadeo Roldan" at age of His first professional experience was .
  3. Miguelito Valdes, with Machito’s Afro Cubans – Afro Cuban Music (Decca 4 X 78 RPM 10″ DL) Migelito Valdes, with Machito And His Afro-Cubans – Bim Bam Boom; An Album Of Cuban Rhythms (Decca 4 X 78 RPM 10″ No. )
  4. Oye Negra, a song by Machito, Miguelito Valdes on Spotify. Oye Negra By Machito, Miguelito Valdes. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Oye Negra - Machito, Miguelito Valdes. Featured on Envoyes. More by Machito. Afro Cuban Jazz. Graciela with Machito (Remastered) Blues a La Machito. Juan Jose (Dear John) Lágrimas Negras.
  5. It is hard to believe that decades after his start, years after his peak, Miguelito Valdes could sing this well, this compellingly, this appropriately. The match could not be better, for while it was Xavier Cugat who brought "Mr. Babalu" to stardom, Machito was the leading exponent of Afro-Cuban music. But Reunion is not one of those searing-trumpet Machito albums.

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