The Latin Loboff (Remaster) The Norman Loboff Choir feat. Laurindo Almeida
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- 1Yours (Quieréme Mucho)02:31
- 2Sarah's Samba02:40
- 3Watch What Happens02:49
- 4The Peanut Vendor01:51
- 5Be Mine Tonight (Noche de Ronda)03:59
- 6Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps02:19
- 7Sunset and Moonrise02:43
- 8El Cumbanchero02:16
- 9The Street of Stars02:42
- 10Quiet Nights (Corcovado)03:10
- 11As I Do Now (Sim)02:50
- 12Carnival (Manhã De Carnival)03:05
Info for The Latin Loboff (Remaster)
The Norman Luboff Choir was among the most popular choral ensembles of their day, releasing a series of hit easy-listening LPs during the late 1950s and 1960s. Luboff was born May 14, 1917 in Chicago, where he began his career as a vocalist and arranger for area radio programs. In 1948 he relocated to Hollywood, singing on to compose movie music for Warner Bros. The first incarnation of the Norman Luboff Choir was formed during the mid-1950s, and in the years to follow they released a series of albums on Columbia that drew on music from a variety of genres and geographic locales, with titles including Calypso Holiday, Broadway!, Songs Of The Cowboy and Songs Of The Caribbean. The choir also backed a number of vocalists including Harry Belafonte and Doris Day, and although their recording career came to a halt during the late 1960s, they continued touring until Luboff's cancer-related death on September 22, 1987. (Raymond McKinney, All-Music Guide)
The Norman Luboff Choir
Laurindo Almeida, guitar
Norman Luboff, conductor
Produced by Jim Foglesong
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