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Perez Prado And His Orchestra - Dilo (Ugh!) L'album des
Interprète: Perez Prado And His Orchestra
Titre: Dilo (Ugh!)
Label: RCA Victor
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1958
Style: Cha-Cha, Mambo, Latin Jazz, Easy Listening
Cat: LPM-1883, LPM 1883
Classement: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 2106 mb | taille MP3: 2065 mb | taille WMA: 2799 mb
Genre: Jazz / Latine
Tracklist

1Lonely (No Se Que Hacer)
Written-By – Perez Prado
2Cose Cose Cose
Written-By – Armando Castro
3Bandido (From The Film "Bandido")
Written-By – Max Steiner
4Why Wait
Written-By – Perez Prado
5Monitor Mambo
Written-By – Perez Prado
6A Lo Loco
Written-By – Guijarro, Serrano, Sancha
7Back Bay Shuffle
Written-By – Shaw, McRae
8Pampa (Adios Pampa Mia)
Written-By – Canaro, Pelam, Mores
9Leyenda Mexicana (Legend Of Mexico)
Written-By – Sam Walson , Tony Murena
10Cuban Rock
Written-By – Perez Prado
11Pretty Doll
Written-By – Perez Prado
12Patricia
Written-By – Perez Prado

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LPM-1883, LPM 1883Perez Prado And His Orchestra Dilo (Ugh!) ‎(LP, Album, Mono)RCA Victor, RCA VictorLPM-1883, LPM 1883US1958
LPM-1883Perez Prado And His Orchestra Dilo (Ugh!) ‎(LP, Album, Mono)RCALPM-1883Germany1958
430.281Perez Prado And His Orchestra Dilo (Ugh!) ‎(LP, Album, RE)RCA Victor430.281FranceUnknown
RD-27102, (LPM 1883)Perez Prado And His Orchestra Dilo (Ugh!) ‎(LP, Album)RCA Victor, RCA VictorRD-27102, (LPM 1883)UK1960
LPM-1883, LPM 1883, LPM1883Perez Prado And His Orchestra Dilo (Ugh!) ‎(LP, Album, Mono)RCA Victor, RCA Victor, RCA VictorLPM-1883, LPM 1883, LPM1883Canada1958

Crédits

  • Liner NotesWatson Wylie
  • ProducerHerman Diaz, Jr.
  • VocalsPerez Prado

Entreprises

  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Hollywood

Video

Album

Perez Prado and his Orchestra: все альбомы, включая Guitar Town Music , Golden Tracks , Pops And Prado и другие. Listen free to Perez Prado and His Orchestra Dilo Ugh Patricia, Why Wait and more. 10 tracks . Dilo Ugh explains the Prado grunts. Dilo means say it, or when given as instruction to a trumpeter about to solo, express yourself or blast it. Apart from the Spanish lesson, the album is the first with Patricia, the smash hit of the summer of 1958 and the tune most identified with Perez Prado. Why Wait is another big single, featuring guitar as it does with a perky rockambo mamborock beat. It even has whistling. Cuban Rock and Back Bay Shuffle are two other progressive Latin-rock. LP, Album, Mono. RCA Victor , RCA Victor , RCA Victor. LPM-1883, LPM 1883, LPM1883. 이 버전 판매. BBL-49. Perez Prado And His Orchestra. Album 2015 12 Songs. Background information. Birth name. The success of his orchestra and hits such as Mambo No. 5 earned him the nickname King of the Mambo. His stage name was simply Pérez Prado, although his brother Pantaleón also used the same name in the 1970s, which led to confusion. Pérez Prado became a naturalized citizen of Mexico in 1980, where he died in 1989. His son, Pérez Jr. continues to direct the Pérez Prado Orchestra in Mexico City to this day. 1 Biography. Listen to online Perez Prado And His Orchestra - Dilo Ugh, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Buy Perez Prado And His Orchestra - Dilo Ugh from authorized sellers. Released at: This album was released on the label RCA Victor catalog number LPM-1883 RCA Victor catalog number LPM 1883. This album was released in 1958 year. Pérez Prado en Televisión española. Nereidas, La norma de Guadalajara, caballo negro - Продолжительность: 11:31 ramon perez Recommended for you. Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys: Bob Wills' Special 1940 - Продолжительность: 2:45 Annie Van Auken Recommended for you. Performer: Perez Prado and his OrchestraWriter: D. Perez PradoDigitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are. The song's flashy brass sections and Prado's signature Dilo grunts caught the attention of American audiences, and its success inspired his first American tour in 1951. Nicknamed King of the Mambo, Prado was one of the most popular artists of the mambo craze in the 1940s and 50s. He developed it into the bright, swing-influenced style that resonated with fans all over the world