Carmen Castillo Appears on
||Loves to Tango! CD (1998)
Carmen Castillo CD discography LOVES TO TANGO features rare and early examples of Xavier Cugat's tangos, mostly from previously unreleased radio transcriptions.
This is tango in the manner ...
||Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra 1944-1945 CD (1995) |
Carmen Castillo discography w. vocals by Carmen Castillo, Del Campo, Nita Rosa & chorus, 25 tracks
Recording information: World Broadcasting Systems Studios, New York, NY (07/07/1944-12/14/1945).
||War Years: 1941-1945 CD (2001)
Carmen Castillo albums 27 track compilation of never before released tracks contains rare wartime radio broadcasts & transcription discs, featuring vocalist Lina Romay on many tracks, ...
||Weekend in Havana CD (1999)
Carmen Castillo songs little-heard Cugat gems from the 1940s, feat. an excellent cross-section of his best vocalists: Miguelito Valdes, Lina Romay, Carmen Castillo & others; 2 ...
||Among His Earliest 1932-35 CD (2002)
Carmen Castillo music CDs AMONG HIS EARLIEST 1932-1935 contains tracks from transcription discs which pre-date Cugat's commercial recordings.
Less flashy and in some ways more historically interesting than ...
||On the Radio 1935-1942 CD (1997) |
Carmen Castillo CD discography 23 never before released prime cuts from radio transcription discs w. wonderful period photographs
Recording information: New York NY (09/01/1935-06/??/1942).
Photographer: Gilbert Mamery.
Unknown Contributor ...
||Unheard: 1934-37 Transcription Discs and Broadcasts CD (2000) |
Carmen Castillo albums Harlequin's exhaustively complete series on Brazilian-American dance bandleader Xavier Cugat has turned up countless rare recordings either waxed for broadcast purposes or recorded ...
||In Person: 1940-1942 Radio Broadcasts CD (2001) |
Carmen Castillo discography Nobody has produced more Xavier Cugat compilations than Harlequin, a label that specializes in the fine art of unearthing terrifically rare jazz, hot ...
||1939-1945 CD (1994) |
Carmen Castillo CD discography Before making it big in the latter half of the '40s, singer and Tennessee native Dinah Shore got a boost singing for Xavier ...
||Brazil CD (2007) |
Carmen Castillo music CDs Liner Note Author: Chris White .
Personnel: Lena Romay, Dinah Shore, Don Reid, Pedro Berrios, Miguelito Valdés, Bing Crosby, Carmen Castillo (vocals).
||Congas Chihuahuas & Rhumbas 1940-1945 CD (1996) |
Carmen Castillo songs 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 ...
||Cugat's Favorite Rumbas/Mambo at the Waldorf CD (2001)
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 ...
||One, Two, Three, Kick: 1933-1942 CD (2002) |
Recording information: Chicago, IL (08/15/1933-07/20/1942); New York, NY (08/15/1933-07/20/1942).
Arranger: Xavier Cugat.
Personnel: Dinah Shore, Don Reid, Chacha Aguilar, Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra, Catalino Rolón, Luis Covarrubias ...
||Cugat On Film 1936-1948 CD (1999) |
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, ...
||Xavier Cugat. 60 Hits (2013) |
Track Listing of songs: Brasil; Siboney; La Cumparsita; Arrivederci Roma; Begin The Beguine; Strangers In The Dark; Cachita; Cumbanchero; Qué Rico El Mambo; Tico: Tico; ...
||Romantic Sound of Xavier Cugat CD (1998) |
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 ...
||South America Take It Away: 24 Latin Hits CD (1997) |
A serviceable introduction to the music of Xavier Cugat, this Living Era compilation focuses on the years 1935-1946. The material predates Cugat's glitzier ...
||16 Most Requested Songs CD (1993) |
Recorded between 1941 and 1947. Includes liner notes by Didier C. Deutsch.
16 Most Requested Songs is a midline-priced collection that spotlights many of ...
||Breeze & I CD (2001) |
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.