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Vacation At the Concord (Remastered)


Download links and information about Vacation At the Concord (Remastered) by Machito. This album was released in 1958 and it belongs to Salsa, Latin genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:32 minutes.

Artist: Machito
Release date: 1958
Genre: Salsa, Latin
Tracks: 12
Duration: 31:32
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No. Title Length
1. Guaglione (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:26
2. Cocktails for Two (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:28
3. Patricia (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:26
4. El Aji Caribe (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:00
5. Me Lo Dijo Adela (Sweet and Gentle) (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:36
6. Mambo la Concord (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:33
7. The Continental (featuring Machito Orchestra) 3:05
8. Torero (featuring Machito Orchestra) 3:04
9. Estacy (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:51
10. Cha Cha Cha Loco (featuring Machito Orchestra) 3:07
11. Rico Vacilon (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:44
12. Cotillion Mambo (featuring Machito Orchestra) 2:12



A decade after Afro-Cuban rhythms set the jazz world on fire, we find the maestro playing the Concord, a popular lakeside resort 90 miles north of New York City. So it is a "tourist" album, probably given away or sold as a souvenir. The liners and photos tell as much about where to find swimming director Buster Crabbe as Machito. For popular Latin, it has the top standards, as well as a few Machito surprises. The former includes obligatory covers of Perez Prado's smashes "Guaglione" and "Patricia," plus cha cha cha counterparts "Cocktails for Two" and "Rico Vacilon." Surprises include Johnny Conquet's "Estacy" and Italian-Chipmunks-bandleader Renato Corasone's "Torero." One title is particularly Afro-Cuban, "El Aji Caribe." It is an unusual album even for Machito.