Various Mambo Records

Whereas, Various Mambo Records bear litte resemblance to one another. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Album Notes. Mambo Daddy. View or edit your browsing history. Rock with the Mambo by Johnny Fraser.

Other Genres You Will Love. There are no items in your wishlist. A selection of the hottest Mambos ever to hit the Latin music world since Perez Prado. This is music that makes you jump off your feet. A true gem! We'll ship when it's back in stock Order now and we'll ship when it's back in stock, or enter your email below to be notified when it's back in stock.

Log in to view wishlist. Preview all songs. Artist name. La Tropicana Orchestra. Share this song! Twitter Facebook. Google Stumble. Rico Mambo. Aquellos Tiempos. The Latin Mambo Orchestra.

Mambo Congo. The New Havanna Orchestra. Arroz con Pollo. Tu Mambo. Uno, Dos, Tres. Como Se Baila. Cool Mambo. Chamber Mambo. Latin Buzz Quartet. Downloads are available as MP files. Album Notes. In , a musician named Perez Prado came up with the dance for the Mambo music, the Mambo dance. He introduced it at La Tropicana night-club in Havana in He also became the first person to market his music as Mambo.

Along the way, his style became increasingly homogenized in order to appeal to mainstream American listeners. Some experimented with new techniques, such as faster beats and the use of side steps in the dance; this latter innovation formed the foundation of cha-cha-cha, and was the result of Jorrin's experimentation.

Cha-cha-cha was very pop-oriented, especially after Arthur Murray further simplified the dance. Mambo remained popular throughout the United States and Cuba until the s, when a combination of boogaloo and pachanga both modified forms of mambo were created. By the mids mambo mania had reached fever pitch. In New York the mambo was played in a high-strung, sophisticated way that had the Palladium Ballroom, the famous Broadway dance-hall, jumping.

The Ballroom soon proclaimed itself the "temple of mambo," for the city's best dancers—the Mambo Aces, "Killer Joe" Piro, Augie and Margo Rodriguez, Paulito and Lilon, Louie Maquina and Pedro "Cuban Pete" Aguilar—gave mambo demonstrations there and made a reputation for their expressive use of arms, legs, head and hands. Augie and Margo became the highest paid dance duo in the world and still dance in Las Vegas 50 years later The s saw a resurgence in popularity of latin music and dance in popular culture.

Billed as a revival of 'Mambo', the new form of 'Mambo' dance alternatively called 'breaking on 2' bears absolutely no resemblance to the music and dance of the s and s. Music greats Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, and others appeared in the film, to the delight of music fans. Although the soundtrack had very little Mambo, but mostly alternative latin rhythms, the soundtrack received wide acclaim. The dancing in the film was also not Mambo, but a dance invented in s New York by Eddie Torres and other contemporary Puerto Rican dancers.

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Image Unavailable Image not available for Color:. Mambo Americano. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price. Cool Mambo. Cool Mambo by The Sheppards. Don't Play No Mambo. Dye-Ooh Mambo. Dye-Ooh Mambo by Chuck Higgins. Mambo Gunch. Mambo Gunch by Chris Powell. Mambo Blues.

Mambo Blues by Duke Jenkins Orchestra. After Hours Mambo. After Hours Mambo by J. Crazy Mambo. Crazy Mambo by Classie Ballou. Mambo Boogie. Mambo Boogie by Johnny Otis. Mambo Santa Mambo. Mambo Santa Mambo by The Enchanters.

Mombo Carolyn. Mombo Carolyn by The Octaves. Mambo Chillun. Mambo Chillun by John Lee Hooker. Mambo Chopsticks. Mambo Chopsticks by Cal Tjader Trio. Mambo Daddy. Mambo Daddy by The Celebrities. Mambo Fiesta. Mambo Fiesta by The Calvaes. Mambo Is Everywhere. Mambo Is Everywhere by Billy Brooks.

Caldonia's Mambo. Caldonia's Mambo by The Street Singers. Mambo Shevitz Man O Man. Rock with the Mambo. Rock with the Mambo by Johnny Fraser. Mardi Gras Mambo. Mardi Gras Mambo by The Hawketts.

Night Train Mambo. Night Train Mambo by J. She Wants to Mambo. She Wants to Mambo by The Chanters. Stop Mambo. Stop Mambo by Danny Kirkland. Teenage Mambo. Teenage Mambo by The Gaylarks. The Mambo. The Mambo by The Charmers. Mambo Boogie by Billy Boyd. Big Joe Mambo. Big Joe Mambo by Fay Simmons. All Night Mambo. All Night Mambo by The Cookies. Mambo Train. Mambo Train by The Miracle Tones.

Rosco's Mambo. Rosco's Mambo by Rosco Gordon. Mambo Honky Tonk. Mambo Boogie by The Harptones. Tabolino Mambo. Tabolino Mambo by Tab Smith. Annie's Mambo. Annie's Mambo by T. Blues Mambo.

Blues Mambo by Sonny Thompson. Mambo of Love. Mambo of Love by Nolan Strong. Good Mambo Tonight. Good Mambo Tonight by Wynonie Harris. Blues and Mambo. Blues and Mambo by Chuck Higgins. Congo Mambo. Congo Mambo by Manzie Harris Orchestra. Mambo Baby.

This is music that makes you jump off your feet. A true gem! We'll ship when it's back in stock Order now and we'll ship when it's back in stock, or enter your email below to be notified when it's back in stock. Log in to view wishlist.

Preview all songs. Artist name. La Tropicana Orchestra. Share this song! Twitter Facebook. Google Stumble. Rico Mambo. Aquellos Tiempos. The Latin Mambo Orchestra.

Mambo Congo. The New Havanna Orchestra. Arroz con Pollo. Tu Mambo. Uno, Dos, Tres. Como Se Baila. Cool Mambo. Chamber Mambo. Latin Buzz Quartet. Downloads are available as MP files. Album Notes. In , a musician named Perez Prado came up with the dance for the Mambo music, the Mambo dance. He introduced it at La Tropicana night-club in Havana in He also became the first person to market his music as Mambo. Along the way, his style became increasingly homogenized in order to appeal to mainstream American listeners.

Some experimented with new techniques, such as faster beats and the use of side steps in the dance; this latter innovation formed the foundation of cha-cha-cha, and was the result of Jorrin's experimentation. Cha-cha-cha was very pop-oriented, especially after Arthur Murray further simplified the dance.

Mambo remained popular throughout the United States and Cuba until the s, when a combination of boogaloo and pachanga both modified forms of mambo were created.

By the mids mambo mania had reached fever pitch. In New York the mambo was played in a high-strung, sophisticated way that had the Palladium Ballroom, the famous Broadway dance-hall, jumping.

The Ballroom soon proclaimed itself the "temple of mambo," for the city's best dancers—the Mambo Aces, "Killer Joe" Piro, Augie and Margo Rodriguez, Paulito and Lilon, Louie Maquina and Pedro "Cuban Pete" Aguilar—gave mambo demonstrations there and made a reputation for their expressive use of arms, legs, head and hands.

Augie and Margo became the highest paid dance duo in the world and still dance in Las Vegas 50 years later The s saw a resurgence in popularity of latin music and dance in popular culture. Billed as a revival of 'Mambo', the new form of 'Mambo' dance alternatively called 'breaking on 2' bears absolutely no resemblance to the music and dance of the s and s.

Music greats Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, and others appeared in the film, to the delight of music fans. Although the soundtrack had very little Mambo, but mostly alternative latin rhythms, the soundtrack received wide acclaim.

The dancing in the film was also not Mambo, but a dance invented in s New York by Eddie Torres and other contemporary Puerto Rican dancers. As Eddie Torres called his new dance Mambo as well despite not being danced to Mambo music, but rather Salsa or Son , many modern people are now under the impression that this was the form of the dance that was popular in the s and s. Whereas, they bear litte resemblance to one another.

Actual Mambo music which did make a revival, included Guinness which in , used Perez Prado's track Guaglione in an advertising campaign featuring the dancing of Dublin actor Joe McKinney. Mambo Gunch. Mambo Gunch by Chris Powell. Mambo Blues. Mambo Blues by Duke Jenkins Orchestra. After Hours Mambo.

After Hours Mambo by J. Crazy Mambo. Crazy Mambo by Classie Ballou. Mambo Boogie. Mambo Boogie by Johnny Otis. Mambo Santa Mambo. Mambo Santa Mambo by The Enchanters. Mombo Carolyn. Mombo Carolyn by The Octaves. Mambo Chillun. Mambo Chillun by John Lee Hooker. Mambo Chopsticks. Mambo Chopsticks by Cal Tjader Trio.

Mambo Daddy. Mambo Daddy by The Celebrities. Mambo Fiesta. Mambo Fiesta by The Calvaes. Mambo Is Everywhere. Mambo Is Everywhere by Billy Brooks. Caldonia's Mambo. Caldonia's Mambo by The Street Singers. Mambo Shevitz Man O Man. Rock with the Mambo. Rock with the Mambo by Johnny Fraser. Mardi Gras Mambo. Mardi Gras Mambo by The Hawketts.

Night Train Mambo. Night Train Mambo by J. She Wants to Mambo. She Wants to Mambo by The Chanters. Stop Mambo. Stop Mambo by Danny Kirkland. Teenage Mambo. Teenage Mambo by The Gaylarks. The Mambo. The Mambo by The Charmers. Mambo Boogie by Billy Boyd.

Big Joe Mambo. Big Joe Mambo by Fay Simmons. All Night Mambo. All Night Mambo by The Cookies. Mambo Train. Mambo Train by The Miracle Tones. Rosco's Mambo. Rosco's Mambo by Rosco Gordon. Mambo Honky Tonk. Mambo Boogie by The Harptones.

Tabolino Mambo. Tabolino Mambo by Tab Smith. Annie's Mambo. Annie's Mambo by T. Blues Mambo. Blues Mambo by Sonny Thompson. Mambo of Love. Mambo of Love by Nolan Strong. Good Mambo Tonight. Good Mambo Tonight by Wynonie Harris. Blues and Mambo. Blues and Mambo by Chuck Higgins. Congo Mambo. Congo Mambo by Manzie Harris Orchestra. Mambo Baby. Mambo Baby by Ruth Brown. Mambostic by Earl Bostic.

Mambolino by Earl Bostic. Shake It up Mambo. Shake It up Mambo by The Platters. I Just Wanna Mambo. I Got to Learn to Mambo. Mamma Mambo. Mambo Sh-Mambo. Mambo Sh-Mambo by The Charms. Loop De Loop Mambo. Mambo Baby Tonight. Mambo Baby Tonight by The Falcons. Mambo by Joe Houston. T-Town Mambo. T-Town Mambo by Ernie Fields.

Ay Si Si Mambo.