Edmundo ros and his orchestra - dance again


From STUDIO 67 in Hollywood, it’s our BUDDIES LOUNGE HOLIDAY JUBILEE’s for 2016! Join the HO-HO-Host, the BIG W as he explores, with eggnog in hand, the Space-Age Pop Holiday Hi-Fi musical sounds of the 1950’s and the 1960’s in LIVING STEREO!!

Because of the flamboyant nature of the tune, and the Spanish lyrics, "Granada" has been accepted by college music courses as an " art song ." [ citation needed ]

" Granada " is a song written in 1932 by [Mexican] composer Agustín Lara. The song is about the Spanish city of Granada and has become a standard in music repertoire.

Decca, long one of the UK's premier phonographic labels, began issuing 45rpm single discs steadily at the end of 1953. For some years, these releases continued to be issued on 78rpm discs also. The label roster expanded in the rock era to include releases by The Small Faces, David Bowie and most notably The Rolling Stones. Decca folded in 1983. Note - This Discography only lists singles (45s) for the moment, from November 1953. 78rpm versions of these singles ceased in January 1960 (from Decca F11197 on.) An LP section may be added in the future.


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