Greek Bolero - Jan August - Cha Cha Charm (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jan August - Cha Cha Charm View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cha Cha Charm on Discogs. Scott Kennedy Classic Album Covers - Instrumentals.
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  3. Sep 19,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - My Shawl by Jan August and Orchestra on 's Diamond 78 rpm record. YouTube Carmen Cavallaro ‎– Eddy Duchin Remembered - - full vinyl album - .
  4. Exotic Strings by conductor, composer and arranger Percy Faith (–) might well be seen as his only entry in the world of Exotica, with Malagueña () serving as a second choice just in case.
  5. JAN AUGUST, HIS PIANO & ORCHESTRA – Tea For Two Cha Cha – from the Cha-Cha Charm LP. Mercury Records. Mercury Records. THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS – I Wish I Wuz In Peoria & They Call The Wind Maria – from the Songs & Comedy of The Smothers Brothers LP.
  6. JAN AUGUST Cha Cha Charm ( UK track stereo LP, picture sleeve, including Jealous, Green Eyes & Lazy River. This copy is in great shape with the sleeve just showing some light storage scuffs and the vinyl dispite light signs of play remains in excellent condition SFL).
  7. Mercury Album Discography, Part 6 MG to MG Main Popular Music Series Cha Cha Charm - Jan August & His Orchestra [] If I Could Be With You/Jealous/You're The Cream In My Coffee/Tea For Two Cha Cha/Boogie Woogie Cha Cha/Lazy River/Greek Bolero/Kiss Of Fire/Begin The Beguine/Symphony/Merry Madrid/Volare MG /SR
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  9. Oct 9, - The cha-cha-cha, or simply cha-cha, is the name of a dance of Cuban It is danced to the music of the same name introduced by Cuban composer and violinist Enrique Jorrín in This rhythm was developed from the danzón by a syncopation of the fourth beat. The name is onomatopoeic, derived from the rhythm of the güiro (scraper) and the shuffling of the dancers' feet pins.

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