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28 April 2016

Cal Tjader - ''Latin For Lovers'' (1959)

Cal Tjader with Strings - 
''Latin For Lovers'' (1959)
Fantasy 8016 (stereo)
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Tracklist:
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A1.I Should Care
A2.Spring Is Here
A3.Time Was
A4.Star Eyes
A5.Stella By Starlight
B1.Alone Together
B2.Ode For Margo
B3.Skylark
B4.Martha
B5.Quizas, Quizas, Quizas

11 comments:

  1. I have some requests:
    Cal Tjader "Mas Ritmo Caliente"
    Walter Schumann "Exploring The Unknown"
    Stan Kenton "Kenton With Voices"
    Stan Kenton "Artistry In Voices & Brass"

    Kevin

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  2. Hello Vladimir. You are truly amazing! But where do you find these amazing albums? Hugs

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  3. ahahaha, Hi Pino, first - need to live in Russia, second - need to know places, and that's all.
    Enjoy dear, all the best, Vlad

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  4. Thanks for this wonderful album. The music contained therein is beautiful and so smooth and relaxing. This is mood music at its best.

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  5. Superb album, many thanks!

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  6. I wish someone would post some of the "Muzak" LPs of easy listening instrumental arrangements of the soft pop songs of the late '60s and all of the '70s.

    My favorite niche of easy listening instrumental music is the late-'60s up through the mid-late '80s.

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  7. you need moving the other door, for example here -
    http://instrumentals.webnode.nl/

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  8. I wish I could afford to subscribe, but alas I don't have a job and am only on the Internet by the kind graces of my parents, who are both retired.

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  9. hmmm, tell me what's the albums you'd like to hear here?

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  10. I would like to find these 2 CDs by James Last: "Liebe ist..." and "Wenn der Tag zu Ende geht...Musik von Traumen"

    I enjoy lush string orchestra arrangements of the soft popular songs from the late 1960s through the mid-to-late 1980s.
    I found some older LoungeLegends compilations a while back that were really nice. I believe it was the 10-volume "Candlelight & Roses" series. I have heard LoungeLegends puts out a "Best of LoungeLegends" CD ever so often with orchestras like Raymond Lefevre, Franck Pourcel, Paul Mauriat, James Last, etc.

    There's so much I like I don't know where to start. :-)

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  11. OK Will , I'll do it soon, wait

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