Polydor LPNG 4102
I don’t dare to say that Don Pablito is for the first time on Parallel Realities as the blunder I made two posts ago when wrongly accusing Luis Reis to be an accordion player was quite sufficient for the usual “caught in ignorance again” episode for this week.
But let’s see: The second volume of the Rumbas Inolvidables series by Polydor, posted on Parallel Realities, was performed by an unnamed orchestra led by an unnamed maestro…
Now on the third volume the maestro is credited as the famous Don Pablito, which sounds to me like a false name under which another famous maestro was recording for Polydor. Memoria Musical lists this LP as the first career album by Don Pablito, and mentions another one, where he performs boleros. Anyway, I suggest to read the text on the back cover yourselves and make your guess.
If I am right in this assumption or not will be, hopefully, cleared by someone who might know the inside story.
What is clear is that, as the previous volume was deleted from server after a short time, you better be quick to download this one as fast as you can, as, although the Depostifiles check went OK after upload, similar might happen again.
The rumbas are:
01. El Cumbanchero (Rafael Hernandez)
02. Danza Lucumi (Ernesto Lecuona)
03. Japanese Rhumba (J. Miller)
04. Rumba Rumba Rumba (Jean Pierre / Walgton F. Silva)
05. El Galito Kiki-riki (Adolfo Castro “Castrito”)
06. Los Hijos de Buda (Rafael Hernandez)
07. La Mucura (Antônio Fuentes)
08. Llego El Carnaval (Angelito Guterrez)
09. La Mulata Rumbera (Alejandro Rodriguez)
10. Jungle Drums (Canto Karabali) (Ernesto Lecuona)
11. El Baile Del Sapo (Jean Pierre / Walgton F. Silva)
12. Lengua Mala (José Casamor)
Créditos: Pedro & 300discos