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Sexteto Habanero - Coleccion De Oro - Golden Collection FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 No Hay Quien Pase
A2 Tin Cun Tan
A3 Espabilate
A4 Loma De Belen
A5 Y Tu Sue Has Hecho
A6 Como Esta Miguel
B1 Elena La Cumbanchera
B2 Alza Los Pies Congo
B3 Eres Mi Lira Armoniosa
B4 Las Cuatros Milpas
B5 Tres Lindas Cubanas
B6 La Chambelona

Credits

  • Compiled By – Antonio Contreras

Notes

This is a compilation LP of various tracks by Sexteto Habanero which were selected for this Golden Collection by Anotonio Contreras who has worked with recording companies in New York, U.S.A., Santurce, Puerto Rico, and in Caracas, Venezuela. There are conflicting catalog numbers regarding this release. The catalog number on the record label is: CDO 1202, and that catalog number is shown on the front of the record jacket as well. However, on the back cover of that record jacket it is release number: CDO 1201. The original release has black labels with gold lettering. and the date 4-20-1965 etched in the dead wax on both sides.

Sexteto Habanero - Coleccion De Oro - Golden Collection FLAC album

Musician performer: Sexteto Habanero

Title: Coleccion De Oro - Golden Collection

Date of release: 1965

Style: Son

Genre: Latin

Size FLAC: 1979 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 800

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Although not indicated on this release, I'm certain that since these tracks were originally recorded in Cuba during the mid 1960's, that these are all Mono.
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Although not indicated on this release, I'm certain that since these tracks were originally recorded in Cuba during the mid 1960's, that these are all Mono.
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Great selection for this collection of original Son Cubano tracks. The Sexteto Habanero were the "FATHERS of the Cuban Son." They were instrumental in the development of Latin music as it is today. They started in Cuba, during the 1920's.
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Great selection for this collection of original Son Cubano tracks. The Sexteto Habanero were the "FATHERS of the Cuban Son." They were instrumental in the development of Latin music as it is today. They started in Cuba, during the 1920's.