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    1. Hollywood Dance Orchestra -- La Paloma (1927)
    2. Carlos Molina and his Orchestra -- Poema (1936)
    3. Don Azpiazu and his Havana Casino Orchestra -- Green Eyes (1931)

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    to wrap up this night... I will post again this very beautiful latin american song that i posted not long ago, it deserves to be heard more than once


    The Clock

    Stop the time in your hands
    make this night perpetual
    so he'll never leave my side
    so the day won't ever come again......


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    Tony Camargo recorded in Mexico "The old year," composed by the Colombian Crescencio Salcedo , who listened in Caracas , Venezuela , and part of his first long play dating from 1953 , now considered among the cornerstones of Mexican tropical music, and a compelling theme in all the holidays in Mexico , Venezuela , Colombia and Central America .

    Tony Camargo ♥♫ El Año Viejo ♥♫

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    Libertad Lamarque -- La Chica Del 17 (1927)
    (Girl Of Seventeen)

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    Nelly Omar -- Sus Ojos Se Cerraron
    accompanied by Francisco Canaro y su Orquesta Tipica



    And here she is on her 100th birthday, November 11, 2011

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    Juan D'Arienzo y su Orquesta Tipica -- Adios Corazon

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    I'll just link back to a post I made to WAYLT? a week or 2 ago about Emilio Cáceres, and point you to yet another of his few recordings, the decidedly non-Latin Jig in G. The guy had it goin' on!
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    I got to play a gig with Herman Olivera last month. This is an old Eddie Palmieri classic from the 60's.

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    Orquesta Adolfo Carabelli -- El Caburé

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    Quote Originally Posted by HadleyH View Post
    to wrap up this night... I will post again this very beautiful latin american song that i posted not long ago, it deserves to be heard more than once


    The Clock

    Stop the time in your hands
    make this night perpetual
    so he'll never leave my side
    so the day won't ever come again......



    I listened to this again today ...I like it so...my apologies it's a repeat song of mine.

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