A-1 Tengo Maquina Y Voy A Sesenta A-2 Son Sasonao A-3 El Pachadengue A-4 Summer Love B-1 La Timba Es Mia B-2 En Mi Viejo San Juan B-3 Clap My Guaguanco B-4 Mulata Guapacha. Charlie Palmieri And LPA 837 His Duboney.
A1. Tengo Maquina Y Voy A Sesenta. Tengo Maquina Y Voy A 60 (LP, Album, Mono, RE, RP, Hi-). LPA 837. Charlie Palmieri And His Duboney Orchestra. Tengo Maquina Y Voy A 60 (LP, Alb).
Matrix, Runout (Side A, etched): BP-2028 ꈸ. Matrix, Runout (Side B, etched): BP-2029 ꈸ.
Charlie Palmieri & His Charanga "La Duboney". Viva Palmieri (Album). Tengo Maquina Y Voy A Sesenta (10").
For this 1967 LP, Charlie Palmieri formed a new, jumped-up version of his early-'60s Charanga Duboney (now known as the Duboney Orchestra), rejuvenated with a triple-trumpet and double-trombone attack. Tengo Maquina y Voy a 60 ("I'm Going Like 60") is an enjoyable set, each track taken at a different tempo - for the record mambo, son montuño, pachadenque, bolerote, mambo cha cha, bolero, guaguancó, and guapacha.
Tengo Maquina y Voy a 60. (CD - Alegre. For this 1967 LP, Charlie Palmieri formed a new, jumped-up version of his early-'60s Charanga Duboney (now known as the Duboney Orchestra), rejuvenated with a triple-trumpet and double-trombone attack. Trumpeter Bobby Valentin is the only (relatively) big name in his band, though, and despite fierce arrangements and fast tempos, these tracks.
Singer: Charlie Palmieri And His Duboney Orchestra Album's name: Tengo Maquina Y Voy A 60 Label: Alegre Records – LPA 837 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue Country: Japan Date of released: 1996 Category: Latin Style: Mambo, Cha-Cha, Bolero, Guaguancó. Charlie Palmieri And His Duboney Orchestra - Tengo Maquina Y Voy A 60 MP3 version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s. A-1.
Charlie Palmieri And His Duboney Orchestra : Tengo Maquina Y Voy A 60 Afro-Cuban Jazz 1965. Yénquele María (aka Mas De Charlie Palmieri Y Su Charanga "La Duboney") Afro-Cuban Jazz 1966. Hay Que Estar En Algo (Either you have it or you don’t) Afro-Cuban Jazz 1967. Comeback album is often used to describe Charlie Palmieri's "El Gigante Del Teclado" (the giant of the keyboards) and Charlie was in more ways than one a giant as he sure had the experience with studying at the Julliard School of Music, then working in the bands of Rafael Munoz, Xavier Cugat, Tito Puente, Pupi Campo and Tito Rodriguez just to name.
Palmieri worked for several years in Chicago, but returned to New York and formed a band called "Charanga La Duboney". While performing at the Monte Carlo Ballroom, Palmieri heard a young man by the name of Johnny Pacheco playing the flute - the playing so impressed him that he hired him on the spot. The mixture of Pacheco's flute with the strings of the violins in Palmieri's band led to the 1960s Charanga craze in the United States. On September 12, 1988, Charlie Palmieri suffered another heart attack upon his arrival at New York where as the musical director of the Joe Cuba Sextet he was to arrange a concert Tributes. You may listen to Charlie Palmieri's "Louie's Boogaloo" on YouTube. Tengo Máquina y Voy a 60 (1965). Either You Have It Or You Don't (1966). Hay Que Estar En Algo, Either You Have It Or You Don't!