Machin, Antonio - White Selection (LP)

 

artist 
  Machin, Antonio
22.50
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title 
  White Selection (LP)
 
country 
  Cuba
 
mainstyle 
  Popular Music
 
style 
 
 
label 
  Brisa
 
year 
  2019
 
length 
 
 
info 

Antonio Machín (Antonio Abad Lugo Machín; 11 February 1903, in Sagua la Grande, Cuba – 4 August 1977, in Madrid) was a Cuban singer and musician. In Havana, Machín was exposed to many genres of music. He joined several trios, quartets and sextets. In 1924 Machín formed a duo with the trovador Miguel Zaballa. Later he joined the Trío Luna, with Enrique Peláez and Manuel Luna. In 1926 he was brought into Don Azpiazú's orchestra, the house band at the Havana Casino. In 1930 he went to New York with Don Azpiazú's band, where El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor, written by Moisés Simons) was recorded. It became the first Cuban song to become a hit in the U.S., presaging the rhumba craze of the 1930s. Machín did not return to Cuba after this tour, settling in New York City for the time.

 
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Tracks: Side A 1. Angelito Negros
2. Tango Una Debilidad
3. Dos Gardenias
4. Toda Una Vida
5. No Me Vayas A Enganar
6. Madrecita
7. Amar Y Virir
Side B
1. El Manisero
2. Camarera De Mi Amor
3. Esperanza
4. Cuardo Me Besas
5. Gracias
6. Envidia
7. Cuardo Caliente El Sol

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