Miguelito Vald+¬s Appears on
||Okan Eyo: Asuntos del Corazon CD (2005) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s songs Illustrator: Carlos Garcia .
Arrangers: Yaroldy Abreu Robles; Dagoberto A. González Jr.; Miguelito Valdés.
Personnel: Dagoberto A. González Jr. (violin, keyboards, vibraphone); Miguelito Valdés (trumpet, flugelhorn); Frank ...
||Weekend in Havana CD (1999)
Miguelito Vald+¬s music CDs little-heard Cugat gems from the 1940s, feat. an excellent cross-section of his best vocalists: Miguelito Valdes, Lina Romay, Carmen Castillo & others; 2 tracks have ...
||Remembered Ways CD (1994) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s CD discography Trapezoid has entered the world of the new impressionism with its release of Remembered Ways. While the music is inspired by life in rural America, ...
|Cugat's Favorite Rumbas/Mambo at the Waldorf CD (2001) Top Seller
Miguelito Vald+¬s discography This two-fer from Collectables features a pair of out-of-print Xavier Cugat LP's: Cugat's Favorite Rumbas and Mambo at the Waldorf. Each of the 24 tracks ...
||Brazil CD (2007) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s albums Liner Note Author: Chris White .
Personnel: Lena Romay, Dinah Shore, Don Reid, Pedro Berrios, Miguelito Valdés, Bing Crosby, Carmen Castillo (vocals).
||In Person: 1940-1942 Radio Broadcasts CD (2001) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s songs Nobody has produced more Xavier Cugat compilations than Harlequin, a label that specializes in the fine art of unearthing terrifically rare jazz, hot dance, and ...
||1939-1945 CD (1994) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s music CDs Before making it big in the latter half of the '40s, singer and Tennessee native Dinah Shore got a boost singing for Xavier Cugat's band ...
||Congas Chihuahuas & Rhumbas 1940-1945 CD (1996) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s CD discography One of many fine Cugat discs on the Harlequin label, this collection covers the Latin bandleader's prime 1940-1945 period. Having already divided his time between ...
||Original Latin Dance King CD (2002)
Miguelito Vald+¬s albums Recorded between 1941 & 1955. Includes liner notes by Joe Conzo.
Xavier Cugat had a recording career that stretched over many more years than are covered ...
||Romantic Sound of Xavier Cugat CD (1998) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s discography During the early to mid-'30s, when Xavier Cugat set out to achieve popularity and success as a bandleader in the U.S.A., he knew he had ...
||Cugat's Favorite Rhumba CD (2007) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s CD discography Xavier Cugat (1900-1990) was a bandleader who became the great purveyor of jazzy Latin lounge music by specializing in the rhumba, mambo, and cha-cha. Released ...
||Se Me Pego Tu Nombre CD (2004) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s music CDs Recording information: La Bodega Mexico D.F.
Unknown Contributor Role: Amaury Gutiérrez.
Arrangers: Memo Gil; Pancho Ruiz; Paco Rosas; Mario Santos; Beto Dominguez.
Personnel: Amaury Gutiérrez (acoustic guitar); Paco ...
||Cugat On Film 1936-1948 CD (1999) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s songs Includes liner notes by Bruce Bastin.
Personnel: Xavier Cugat (vocals); Bob Graham, Fred Astaire, Lina Romay, Mae West, Miguelito Valdés, Rita Hayworth, Virginia O'Brien, Carmen Castillo, ...
||65 Aniversario CD |
Miguelito Vald+¬s albums Sonora Matancera, founded in 1924, is one of the great conjuntos and the way to stardom for a zillion singers. This splendid compilation includes a ...
||Blanco y Negro CD (2006) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s discography Photographer: Johann Sauty.
Personnel: Eliel Lazo (vocals, congas, timbales, percussion); Jakob Dinesen (tenor saxophone); Miguelito Valdés (trumpet, flugelhorn); Tony Rodriguez (piano); Jonas Johansen (drums, cowbells).
Recording information: Estudio #4, Radio Rebelde, Havana, Cuba (01/11/2006-01/21/2006).
||Breeze & I CD (2001) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s CD discography Recording information: 1935-1945.
Personnel: Dinah Shore, Don Reid, Chacha Aguilar, Alfredito Valdez, Jr., Lina Romay, Miguelito Valdés, Tito Rodriguez, Bing Crosby, Carmen Castillo (vocals).
Liner Note Author: Tony Watts.
||Canta Miguelito Valdes CDs (1999) |
Miguelito Vald+¬s albums Recording information: 1937-1940.
Personnel: Miguelito Valdés (vocals, congas, bongos); Alfredo Saenz (violin, tenor saxophone); Guillermo Portela (violin); Liduvino Pereira (clarinet, saxophone); Anselmo Sacasas (piano).
||Se VA El Caramelero CD (2004) |
Photographer: Leovigildo Gonzalez.
Personnel: Miguelito Valdés, Anselmo Sacasas, Arsenio Rodríguez (vocals).