Roberto Delgado And His Orchestra. Caramba! Hot Rhythm From South America (LP, Album). Polydor, Polydor, Polydor. 184 017, 184017, HI-FI 84 017. Germany. XL 173 019. Roberto Delgado And His Orchestra Roberto Delgado Y Su Orquesta. Caramba! (LP, Album, RE). Polydor, Polydor. 184 017, 11 84 017. Spain. Roberto Delgado And His Orchestra.
Roberto Delgado & Orquesta - Caramba (Vo. ) (1967). Roberto Delgado & Orquesta. Songs in album Roberto Delgado & Orquesta - Caramba (Vo.
Album · 2013 · 14 Songs. Roberto Delgado & Horst Wende and His Orchestra. 7. In a Little Spanish Town.
1965's Caramba, suitably subtitled "Hot Rhythms from South America," was a huge breakthrough record for Roberto Delgado and his ensemble, selling millions of copies worldwide and establishing him as a force in the marketplace. Neither as passionate as Prado or sweet as Cugat, Caramba and its hot rhythms stake out a happy middle ground, where beautiful couples dance on the beach in front of a blazing fire before retiring, aroused and happy, to their air-conditioned hotel rooms. It still sounds fresh today, a superbly produced collection of rhumba-inspired melodies that can still.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Polydor (catalog number 84 017). This album was released in Array year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: Leader. Roberto Delgado & His Orchestra.
Roberto Delgado - Goodbye, my Love, Goodbye. Perfidia- Mantovani and His Orchestra from the 1960's album Latin Rendezvous. Andrea Bocelli - Perfidia - Live, 2012.
Listen to music from Roberto Delgado like Last Tango In Paris, Hawaii Five-O & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Roberto Delgado. Horst Wende (5 November 1919 - 23 January 1996), was a German bandleader, arranger and composer who made easy-listening records under his real name as well as under his alias Roberto Delgado. He was part of the wave of German-based easy listening artists who were popular in the 1960s and 1970s, along with Bert Kaempfert and James Last.
Delgado Hits Pan-Americana (Vinyl) 1963. Blue Hawaii (Vinyl) 1965. The Happy Holiday Collection CD2 1999. Marimba A La Carte (Vinyl) 1969. Dancing Rebecca (Vinyl) 1968.
|A1||Eviva El Amor||1:32|
|A3||Volare Cantare (Bambina)||1:23|
|A4||A Media Luz||1:30|
|A5||Cuando Calienta El Sol||1:35|
|B4||Caramba En La Playa (Caramba On The Beach)||3:25|
|B5||El Gato Montez||1:38|
|B7||Fiesta Di Beurba||2:30|
|B9||The Whistling Scout||1:43|
|B12||Tulpen Aus Amsterdam||1:22|
- Record Company – Polydor
- Engineer – Günther Dycke
- Musician – Roberto Delgado & His Orchestra
- Producer – Roberto Delgado
NotesAdding Release date: 1977
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 7 - Made In Austria - 237 800 S1 - 24
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 7 - Made In Austria - 2371 800 S2 - 24