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Amparito Jimenez Y Orquesta Italian Jazz - Pensar Mal album download
Mambo, Latin Jazz, Guaracha
  • Performer:
    Amparito Jimenez
  • Title:
    Pensar Mal
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  • Style:
    Mambo, Latin Jazz, Guaracha
  • Size FLAC version
    1906 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1589 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1446 megabytes
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    4.1
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Orquesta Italian Jazz. Profile: Colombian orchestra, created by Guillermo González Arenas in 1957 in Manizales. Cumbia and Porro styles. Members: Amparito Jimenez, Daniel Rodriguez (11), Frank Cortés, Guillermo González Arenas, Omar Ramirez (3). Variations: Viewing All Orquesta Italian Jazz. Italian Jazz, La Italian Jazz, Orq. Italian Jazz. Orquesta Italian Jazz. Viva La Feria ‎(LP, Album).

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Italian jazz refers to jazz music that is played by Italian musicians, or to jazz music that is in some way connected to Italy. James Reese Europe's military concerts in France in World War I in 1919 are claimed to have introduced Europeans to a new, "syncopated" music from America. Yet, Italians had an even earlier taste of a new music from across the Atlantic when a group of "Creole" singers and dancers, billed as the "creators of the cakewalk" performed at the Eden Theater in Milan in 1904