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Saturday, January 1, 2022

Percussion On Stage - Maury Laws



Percussion On Stage
Arranged & Conducted by Maury Laws
Artist & Repertoire: Bob Shad
Original Recording and Re-Recording Engineer: John Cue
Mastering: Hal Diepold
Liner Notes: Edward Jablonski
Album Coordination: Arpena Spargo
Album Design: Murray Stein
Typography: The Composing Room, Inc.
Time Series 2000 S/2027


Flute, Alto Flute, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto, 
Tenor and Baritone Sax, Piccolo, Oboe, 
English Horn & Bassoon:

Leon Cohen
Ted Gompers
Irv Horowitz
Walt Levinsky
Sam Markowitz
Charles O'Kane
Boomie Richman
Bill Slapin
Joe Soldo
Stan Webb


Mel Davis
Bernie Glow
Steve Lipkins
Jimmy Maxwell
Carl Severinsen


Mervin Gold
Urbie Green
Tommy Mitchell
Frank Rehak
Chauncey Welsch

Piano & Celeste: Bernie Leighton

Guitar: Al Caiola, Allen Hanlon & Bucky Pizzarelli

Bass: Milt Hinton

Tuba: Don Butterfield

Drums: Sol Gubin & Osie Johnson

Percussion, Xylophone, Vibraphone, Bongos, 
Conga Drums, Temple Blocks, Sand Blocks, 
Orchestra Bells, Chinese Chromatic Bells, 
Chinese Bell Tree, Chimes, Tympani, 
Finger Cymbals, Timbales & Maracas: 

Phil Kraus
Bob Rosengarden

People Will Say We're In Love - Oklahoma!
I Could Have Danced All Night - My Fair Lady
Let Me Entertain You - Gypsy
Getting To Know You - The King And I
I've Never Been In Love Before - Guys And Dolls
Some Enchanted Evening - South Pacific
Stranger In Paradise - Kismet
Put On A Happy Face - Bye Bye Birdie
If I Loved You - Carousel
The Best Thing For You - Call Me Madam
Maria - West Side Story
Till There Was You - Music Man

Trombones Unlimited - Eddie Karam



You're Gonna Hear From My (Us!)
Trombones Unlimited
Arranged & Conducted by Eddie Karam
Featuring: Lew McCreary and Dave Wells
Producer: Dave Pell
Art Direction: Woody Woodward
Design: Bernard Yeszin
Cover Photo: Peter Whorf
Liberty Records LRP-3472

Walk With Me
Arabesque (from the Stanley Donen Production "Arabesque")
The Work Song
Trains And Boats And Planes
Summer In The City
You're Gonna Hear From Me
Copy Cat (from the Columbia Picture "Walk Don't Run")
Modesty ("Modesty Blaise" Theme from the 20th Century-Fox Picture "Modesty Blaise")
Sunrise, Sunset (from the Broadway Production "Fiddler On The Roof")
Mame (from the Broadway Production "Mame")
Summer Samba (So Nice)
See You In September

Modern Jazz Piano - Four Views


Waltz Boogie

Modern Jazz Piano: Four Views
Mary Lou Williams / Art Tatum / Errol Garner / Lennie Tristano
Photo: Carl Fischer
RCA Camden CAL 385

From the back cover: During the past decade, modern jazz has been the spearhead in widening the audience for jazz in general – and as the head of that spear, the piano has opened ears that hitherto had been closed to what, to them, were the harsher sounds of the trumpet, trombone and saxophone.

The piano is a complete instrument, an orchestra within itself and although it is effective within a large orchestra, in a group with horns or merely in a trio setting backed by brass and drums, it is able to stand without aid when left completely in the hands of an unaccompanied player. This is especially true when the piano bands are the sure ones of accomplished soloists like Art Tatum, Erroll Garner, Lennie Tristano and Mary Lou Williams. In this set Mary Lou has the help of a rhythm section and, on one selection, vibes and guitar, but she has often proven her virtuosos capabilities. 

In speaking of virtuosos in jazz piano, Art Tatum must be placed at the head of the list. From the time of his emergence on the jazz scene in the early Thirties and continuing on past his death in 1956, Tatum has drawn the admiration of numerous concert pianists and tremendous acclaim from critics and listeners alike. His prodigious technique allowed him to achieve a full range of expression; the integration between right and left hands was complete.

An example of the esteem in which he is held was demonstrated in the "Musicians' Musicians poll or Leonard Feather's Encyclopedia Yearbook of Jazz where Art was voted into first place in his instruments' division as the "Greatest Ever" by sixty-eight fellow jazzmen including pianists such as Count Basie, Nat Cole, Duke Ellington, Bud Powell, George Shearing, Andre Previn, Horace Silver, Billy Taylor and Teddy Wilson. The Tatum treatments of Cherokee, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes and Out Of Nowhere will indicate to you why they voted the way they did.

As individual as Tatum, but in a different style, is the untutored Erroll Garner. Garner, who never learned to read music, came to New York from his native Pittsburgh in the mid-forties and made a reputation for himself among musicians through his work on 52nd Street which was known as "Swing Alley" in those days. By dint of numerous successful recordings and personal appearances, Erroll soon established himself as one of the most popular pianists of the modern era.

When Erroll interprets a ballad such as Stairway To The Stars, it may be said to be completely "garnerized" when he was finished. The lush chords of an Impressionist palette mark his slower tempos while the bounce of his punctuating left-hand chordings is in evidence on medium and up tempos. Erroll's Bounce, a minor key original, and the second chorus of I Can't Escape From You are excellent examples of this. Erroll's Blues is exactly what the title implies, an answer to a request from supervisor Leonard Feather for a long, ad-lib blues. (Incidentally, Feather also did the excellent supervision jobs on the other sessions which help comprise this L.P.)

Yet another individualist, of an even more rugged variety, is Lennie Tristano, Blind, like Tatum, Tristano forged a personal style out of several elements including Earl Hines. Tatum, Milt Buckner and modern classical influences. His own influence on other pianists has not been widespread but as a teacher, Lennie, who has operated his own music school since 1951, has had much to do with furthering the careers of saxophonists Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh. Under his fingers I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You, his one number here, takes on dimensions it never previously had.

One of the illustrious ladies of jazz, and a stylist in her own right, is Mary Lou Williams who was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but who spent many productive years in and around Kansas City as pianist arranger with Andy Kirk's orchestra. Although she originally rose to fame on the strength of her boogie-woogie performances, she was actually Hines-influenced. Later, in New York during the Forties, she was among the first of the Swing musicians to understand and assimilate the ideas of the modernists. Much of her writing since that time has had a misterioso quality, well illustrated here  by the blues Fifth Dimension in its insinuating left-an figure and general atmosphere. Her ingenuity is clearly shown in Waltz Boogie, one of the earliest of the jazz waltzes. The trio here includes bassist June Rotenburg and drummer Bridget O'Flynn, while the quintet on Conversation includes Miss Rotenburg, drummer, Rose Gottesman and two renowned distaff soloists: guitarist Mary Osborne and Margie Hymans, former vibes star with Woody Herman and George Shearing. – Notes by Ira Gitler

All God's Chillun Got Rhythm - Mary Lou Williams Trio
Erroll's Blues - Erroll Garner
I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You - Lennie Tristano
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - Art Tatum
Walt Boogie - Mary Lou Williams
I Can't Escape From You - Erroll Garner
Erroll's Bounce - Erroll Garner
Cherokee - Art Tatum
Fifth Dimension - Mary Lou Williams
Stairway To The Stars - Erroll Garner
Conversation - Mary Lou Williams
Out Of Nowhere - Art Tatum

String Of Trumpets - Billy Mure


Dancing In The Dark

String Of Trumpets
Billy Mure 
His Guitar and Orchestra
Everest LPBR 5067
Everest Records - A Division of Belock Instrument Corporation

From the back cover: Although Billy Mure is primarily known as a guitarist as well as a composer-arranger, this crackling new Mure program accents trumpets. It came about as a result of the national success of two Billy Mure songs – Trumpet Cha Cha Cha and String Of Trumpets, and since trumpet is Mure's favorite instrument, he was delighted to do an album of trumpet scores. And Everest's clearly and cleanly balanced sound brings the Mure arrangements into striking life.

Mure enlisted several of the most proficient hornmen in New York – Doc Severinsen, Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Charlie Shavers, Yank Lawson, Lou Oles and Mel Davis. Billy Mure was on guitar; Sy Mann, piano; Walter Yost, bass; Alvin Rogers, bongos and among the drummers were Bobby Donaldson, Panama Francis and Cliff Leeman.

All the arrangements are by Billy Mure, and he points out the album is intended to be throughly  danceable and also to provide relaxing listening. "I had a wonderful band to play the arrangements," Mure emphasizes, "and couldn't have asked for more expert trumpet work."

Billy Mure's music career has been steadily rising. Born in New York in 1915, he was a violinist by the age of five, and switched to guitar several years later. He became part of Val Ernie's prominent society orchestra from 1937 to 1943, and played Palm Beach, Florida, as well as such New York rooms as El Morocco, The Versailles and the Waldorf. From 1943 - 46, Mure was in the service and led his own band in Greensboro, North Carolina. Since Greensboro was a gathering place for service musicians before they were assigned elsewhere, Mure had an unparalleled chance to arrange for a wide variety of combinations.

In 1947, Mure joined Radio Station WNEW in New York as a staff musician, and remained there for ten years. He began making albums, featuring his "super-sonic" guitar, and also became much in demand as an arranger. He has written for, among others, Della Reese, Bobby Freeman, Don Rondo, Georgia Gibbs, Brook Benton and Bobby Rydell. Increasingly, Mure also began to compose songs as well, and five of his originals are included in this album. He has also written the themes for two films – Five Against The House, starring Kim Novak, and No Down Payment.

In A String Of Trumpets, Mure utilizes several different combinations of trumpets; throughout, he keeps a steady pulsating beat. His Trumpet Cha Cha Cha, by the way, is now used by dance studios throughout  the country because of its exact timing. As for the trumpeters he chose, Doc Severinsen is a veteran of the New York studios and of name bands before he settled in New York. Ernie Royal, also an alumnus of several bands, is respected as a superior lead trumpeter as is the consistently dependable Bernie Glow. Charlie Shavers has been featured with John Kirby, Tommy Dorsey, and his own units while Yank Lawson achieved renown with the Bob Crosby and Tommy Dorsey bands, and later with groups of his own. Lou Oles and Mel Davis are also considered among the most skilled brakemen in New York.

Billy Mure, in short, selected for the kind of music he presents here a nonpareil "string of trumpets." – Nat Hentoff

You Are My Sunshine
Trumpet Cha Cha Cha
Sentimental Journey
It's Magic
Dancing In The Dark
Time Out For Tea And Trumpets
String Of Trumpets
Bumper To Bumper
Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White
Unison Trumpets
Memories Of You
In The Mood

Thursday, December 30, 2021

Arthur Shepherd - Henry Cowell - Roy Harris - The Emerson String Quartet


Three Variation On A Theme

Arthur Shepherd - Triptych, For High Voice and String Quartet
Henry Cowell - Quartet Euphometric
Roy Harris - Three Variations On A Them (Sting Quartet No. 2)
The Emerson String Quartet 
Betsy Norden, Soprano
Producer: Elizabeth A. Ostrow
Recording Engineer: Buddy Graham
Editing and Mixing Engineer: Don Van Gordon, Soundwave Recording Studios
Mastering: Lee Hulko, Sterling Sound
Recorded at Columbia Recording Studios, 30th Street, New York
Cover Art: Jack Levine "Quartette," Pencil on gray paper
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cover Design: Elaine Sherer Cox
New World Records
Recorded Anthology Of American Music, Inc. NW 218 STEREO

Roy Harris: Three Variation On A Theme (String Quartet No. 2)
1. Variation I
2. Variation II
3. Variation III - The Emerson String Quartet

Henry Cowell: Quartet Euphometric - The Emerson String Quartet
Arthur Sheered: Triptych, For High Voice And String Quartet (word from Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore)
He It Is
The Day Is No More
Light, My Light - The Emerson String Quartet; Betsy Norden, Soprano

In This Corner... The Musical World Of Antonino Rocca


Rocca Changa

In This Corner...
The Musical World Of Antonino Rocca
Arranged by Billy Mure
Produced by Guy LeBow for Tempest Enterprises
Recording Supervisor: Danny Davis
Recorded at A&R Studios, New York
Recording Engineer: Phil Ramone
Director Of Engineering: Val Valentin
MGM SE-4183

From the back cover: The world of Antonino Rocco is, to most of us, the world of muscle and sport and courage in championship competition. It's a world of wrestling rings and rugby, physical culture and championship swimming, lecture tours and quiet cultural pursuits.

But Antonino Rocca has a musical world, one he knows and loves deeply. It is this world he has placed on display in this album.

The ruggedly handsome, 38-year-old athlete is one of the greatest authorities on the music and dances of Latin America in this hemisphere. He has drawn heavily on that knowledge, gained through extensive travel and years of personal study, to bring to one album the sounds and the rhythms he admires.

If he's traveled to a country (and he's been to just about every one on the map), then he knows the folk dances of that country. And he'll demonstrate them at the drop of a down beat.

Rocca was a close personal friend of the late Arturo Toscanini, and the great conductor had a profound influence on Antonio's musical education and development. His personal record library is actually larger than the collections of some radio stations! The manager of the record shop at which Rocca does most of his browsing noted recently, "Rocca's been shopping here for 14 years, and we've all come to know that his ear is absolutely incredible. By the amount of enthusiasm he shows when he buys a record or sheet music, we can judge how big a hit that particular tune will be. He hasn't been wrong yet!"

His tremendous popularity in Latin America and among Latin-American people everywhere comes quite naturally. Although Rocca was born in Treviso, Italy, a town near Venice, his family emigrated to Argentina when he was a child. His formative years were spent in Buenos Aires, scene of his earliest sports triumphs and now the site of the world-famous statue of him. 

He has become among the greatest sports attractions in history. He was the European champion swimmer, a world-famous wrestler, Latin America's greatest rugby player and an all-around athlete who plays today to full houses the world over.

He is a qualified jet pilot. He has received a doctor of humanities degree from Rosario University in Brazil. He has twice been guest of Edward R. Murrow on "Person To Person" for discussion centering on cultural and artistic subjects. David Brinkley allocated one of his most popular "Brinkley Journal" segments to a full profile of Rocca.

In addition to the sports life, Rocca now is active in the broadcasting field. He has become associated with Guy LeBow, the well-known sportscaster/newscaster, in a daily Spanish-language radio program. Rocca's show, syndicated nationally, has a huge and loyal audience of listeners who hear him hold forth daily on music, art, politics, philosophy and of course sports. He plays music from his own extensive collection. The show, now in its third year, has top ratings in its field since a few months after its start.

LeBow and Danny Davis worked out the concept of the album with Rocca. LeBow's experience in this includes stints as director, producer of radio shows starring Vic Damone, Jerry Vale, Tony Arden and Tony Bennett, among others. With arranger Billy Mure they worked out the program and the instrumentation – eight violins, one woodwind, two trumpets, and an amplified rhythm section.

Rocca was so taken with Mure's 12-year old son, Gary, that he invited the youngsters to sit in among the rhythm players for some of the tunes, Gary, a student drummer, fell right into the swing of things, as a result is part of the Latin percussion section on Esos No Son De Alli, Rocca Changa, and Rocca's Theme.

Antonino also introduces the vivacious singing group, The Malagon Sisters, on this album. The Girls, as attractive visually as they are aurally, give spicy Latin flavor to the musical program of the album.

Tempo and dance style vary from song to song, with a wide variety represented. There are, for example, the tango (La Paloma and El Choclo), bossa nova (La Golondrina and Liebestraum Bossa Nova), a Mure-ish variation on the conga (Rocca Changa). a bacon (Rocca's Theme), a waltz (Cielito Lindo), and more.

Arranger Billy Mure, whose Aztec Guitars launched a new romantic sound in popular music (Maria Elena MGM E/SE-4189), set the tunes in a peppery framework of brass and strings. The familiar songs have new points of view through Mure's fine arrangements.

All together, the arrangements and the sounds and the songs take you easily and melodically into the Musical World Of Antonino Rocca. And although that world is in this corner, it's far from square.

La Paloma
La Golondrina
Cielito Lindo
Clair De Luna
Esos No Son De Alli
Rocco Changa
Clap Hands - Here Comes Rocca (Chiapanecas)
La Violetera
Liebestraum Bossa Nova
Eso Es El Amor
El Choclo
Rocca's Theme

Wednesday, December 29, 2021

The Sea - The Earth - The Sky - Anita Kerr & Rod McKuen


The Sea - The Time Of Noon

The Earth - The Waltz

The Sky - Mr. God's Trombones

The Sea - The Earth - The Sky
Deluxe Limited Edition 3-Record Box Set
Music Written by Anita Kerr
Words Written by Rod McKuen
With The San Sebastian Strings
Arranged and Conducted by Anita Kerr
Senior Producers: Rod McKuen and Anita Kerr
Rod McKuen's appearance on "The Earth" through courtesy of RCA-Victor Records
Concert Master: David McCallum
Art Direction: Ed Thrasher
The Sea Engineers: Eddie Brackett & Wally Heider
The Earth & The Sky recored in London at Olympic Studios. Engineer: Keith Grant
Remastered in Hollywood by Wally Heider
Vocal solo on "When Winter Comes" by Anita Kerr
An Anro Production for Warner Bros. Records

The Sea (Warner Bros Album 1670) - Narrator: Jesse Pearson

My Friend The Sea
While Drifting
Gifts From The Sea
The Time Of Noon
Afternoon Shadows
Do You Like The Rain?
The Days Of The Dancing
Pushing The Clouds Away
You Even Taste Like The Sun
The Storm
The Ever Constant Sea
The Gypsy Camp
Beyond The Bend Ahead
The Sea

The Earth (Warner Bros. Album 1705) - Narrator: Rod McKuen

The Tender Earth
My Mother Wanted Me To Play Moart
The Waltz
Capri In July
Underground Trian
The Flower People
The Mud Kids
The Day They Built The Road
Doorways I Haven't Found
Song From The Earth

The Sky (Warner Bros. Album 1720): Narrator: Gene Merlino

How Many Colors Of Blue?
The Butterfly Is Drunk On Sunshine
A Walk With The Angels
So Little Sun
Night Talk
When Winter Comes
My Dog Likes Oranges
The Forehead Of The Morning
A Patch Of Sky, Away From Everything
Mr. God's Trombones
Buy For Me The Wind
A New Lullaby (For Suzie & Kelly)
In Summing Up
Who Has Touched The Sky

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

This One's For You - The Living Strings & The Living Voices


The Long And Winding Road

This One's For You
The Living Stings & The Living Voices
Produced by Ethel Gabriel 
Arist And Repertoire Coordinator: Gerald P. Plano
Photographer: David B. Hecht
Art Director: Dick Smith
RCA Music Service R 233819
2-Record Set

You Don't Bring Me Flowers
Day By Day
Nadia's Theme (The Young And The Restless)
Rainy Days And Mondays
This One's For You

We've Only Just  Begun
When I Need You
The Homecoming 
The Long And Winding Road

Music Box Dancer
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart
My Life
What I Did For Love

Why Have You Left The One (You Left Me For)
Love's Theme
Yesterday Once More
You And Me Against The World
Annie's Song

Great Strauss Waltzes - Frank Chacksfield


The Emperor Waltz

Great Strauss Waltzes
Frank Chacksfield and His Orchestra
Photo: Mel Mills
Richmond High Fidelity 
A Product Of London Records B 20073

The Blue Danube
Tales From The Vienna Woods
A Thousand And One Nights
Waltzes From "Die Fledermaus"
The Emperor Waltz
Voices Of Spring
Roses From The South
Wine, Women And Song
Waltzes From "The Gypsy Baron"

The Other Chet Akins


Poinciana (Song Of The Tree)

The Other Chet Atkins
Produced by Chet Atkins
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee
Recording Engineer: Bill Porter
RCA Victor LPM-2175

Begin The Beguine
Your (Quiereme Mucho)
The Streets Of Laredo
Peanut Vendor
El Relicario
Maria Elena
Then Then Then
Poinciana (Song Of The Tree)

Monday, December 27, 2021

The Nat King Cole Songbook - Dean Franconi Strings


As Far As I'm Concerned

The Nat Kind Cole Songbook
The Dean Franconi Strings
Nouveau A Now Record By Design
Design Records DLP-278
A Product Of Pickwick International, Inc.

When I Take My Sugar To Tea
Love Letters
Mona Lisa
Tell Me All About Yourself
Twilight On The Trail
As Far As I'm ConcernedTo Each His Own
Remember You
Moon Love
Back In My Arms

Koto & Flute - Kimio Eto & Bud Shank


Tanima No Suisha

Koto & Flute
The Japanese Koto Music Of Kimio Eto
Featuring The Flute Of Bud Shank
World-Pacific Records STEREO-1424
A Product Of Liberty Records

From the back cover: One of Japan's most renown musical artists, Kimio Eto, has set himself a one-man mission: that of familiarizing the people of the Western world with the koto, the ancient 13-string instrument of his native land.

Mr.  Eto, recognized as the master of his instrument, was attracted to the koto not only for its beautiful tonal qualities but by its remarkable versatility, for on it can be performed not only the folk music and Oriental melodies of the East, but the music of the Western world as well.

Born 35 years ago in Oita, Japan, Mr. Eto at first planned a career as a concert pianist until, at still an early age, he became fascinated with the koto and began his study of the instrument with the late Michio Miyagi, one of the great kotoists of the day.

When he was seventeen, Kimio Eto composed "Omoide" (World-Pacific WP-1278), the first of many works that he has written for the koto. Composing continues to be one of his chief occupations and he performs many of his own selections in concerts. His virtuosity is all the more remarkable when it is realized that he has been totally blind since the age of five.

Clifford, "Bud" Shank is well known in jazz circles for his mastery of the entire saxophone family of instruments together with the flute. His achievements in this field have won him innumerable awards for excellence. Shank's ability to perform this difficult material (totally alien to his musical background) successfully, to Mr. Eto's complete satisfaction and delight, attests to his unusual musical flexibility.

Apparently, Kimio Eta's faith in the koto and his own capacity to introduce the instrument into the West has been well founded. The demand for Mr. Eto's appearances in concert has increased sharply during the past several years, and his recorded efforts have been extremely well received. This album once again effectively showcases Kimio Eta's brilliance, is additional proof of the dedication that has shaped his career and so strongly influenced his life.

Haru No Umi by Michio Miyagi
Haru No Otozure by Michio Miyagi
Tanima No Suisha by Micho Miyago
Soyo Kaze by Kimio Eto
March by Kimio Eto
Chidori No Kyoku by Yoshizawa Kengyo
Yachiyo Josh by Sonohara Koto
Yorokobi by Kimio Eto

Sunday, December 26, 2021

Gentle On My Mind - Don Hughes


Getting Over You

Gentle On My Mind
Don Hughes
Vocal Series Custom Records CS 1131

Gentle On My Mind
Settling Dust
Between The Palms Of My Hands
Getting Over You
March With Me
Rumors Are Flying
Prison Of Memories 
Ask Her
Intercepted By Love

Border Affair - Tex Ritter


Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Negros

Border Affair 
Tex Ritter
Arranged and Conducted by Ralph Carmichael
Produced by Lee Gillette
Cover Photo: Capitol Photo Studio / Ken Veeder
Capitol Records ST 1910

From the back cover: Tex Ritter was born in Panola County, Texas and raised in the heart of the Lone Star State's cattle country. He became interested in the heritage and folklore of the Old West at an early age, and furthered this interest at the University of Texas, where he studied with the famed expert on Western Americana, J. Frank Dobie. Tex himself has become recognized as quite an authority in the field, and he actually launched his professional career as a singing lecturer on the subject of authentic American cowboy songs.

From Billboard - November 23, 1963: The new president of the Country Music Association has a pleasant album for his fans here in an excursion into the border territory with a flock of Spanish language offerings. These include "Cielito Lindo," "Guadalajara," "Las Golondrinas," "Alla, En El Rancho Grande" and others. Those deep down Ritter pipes sound in great form and the set should be a good contender for long-term fan appeal.

El Abandonado
La Cucaracha
Las Golondrinas
A Border Affair
Alla En El Rancho Grande
Poor Lonesome Cowboy
Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Negros
Lo Que Digo
Cielito Lindo