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  1. But Horst went on with his music in both ways, his Roberto Delgado South America orchestra, & his Horst Wende Accordeon Orchestra. With both orchestra's he was succesfull throughout the world The Delgado orchestra started worldwide with the Caramba stereo albums volume 1 + 2 during the late fifties early sixties/5(6).
  2. Oct 21,  · “cortez and his new latin” have an exciting bass-driven sound - i only have one release of theirs, from which these tracks are drawn, so friends, if you're enchanted by him, download the full album for more magic. then there are three tracks by "the alan tew latin sound," great stuff as well. these tracks are from according to the lp.
  3. - samba caramba south america ole () slayer and i agree this is one of delgado's best medley records. i don't usually do medleys, but this one, like show dancing, has found a fond place in my collection.
  4. Page 2 in result lists. View all records by Roberto Delgado for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  5. Biography Born as Horst Wende in Sachsen, Roberto Delgado recorded many Easy Listening albums in Germany (especially 60s, 70s, 80s). His sound includes mostly South-American-elements. He also accompanied German Schlager/Pop stars on stage and in the recording studio. He died in
  6. Jul 11,  · An LP on the Polydor label from the 60's I would guess. Very little on the internet about Horst but he seems to have been a one-man world music machine back then with his Horst Wende Calypso Band, Horst Wende and His Accordion Band and also under the name of Roberto Delgado, doing latin covers throughout the 60's and 70's.
  7. 's Caramba, suitably subtitled "Hot Rhythms from South America," was a huge breakthrough record for Roberto Delgado and his ensemble, selling millions of copies worldwide and establishing him as a force in the marketplace. Neither as passionate as Prado or sweet as Cugat, Caramba and its hot rhythms stake out a happy middle ground, where beautiful .
  8. In , Roberto Delgado decided to take a stab at the formula, and Samba Caramba South America Ole is the result. The album is a steady stream of popular Latin American melodies, from the vintage "Amopola" and "Rum and Coca Cola," through to such constant staples as "La Bamba" and "El Condor Pasa."5/

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