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Lionel Belasco (1881 - c. June 24, 1967) was a prominent pianist, composer and bandleader, best known for his calypso recordings
Artists Lionel Belasco Goodnight Ladies and Gents. Goodnight Ladies and Gents Lionel Belasco. Goodnight Ladies and Gents. This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/198 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Goodnight Ladies and Gents. 1. Good Night Ladies and Gents. Album starts at BPM, ends at 84BPM (+84), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
Goodnight Ladies and Gents - Студийный альбом от Lionel Belasco. Вышел 6 апреля 1999г. В альбом вошло 27 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:12:52. I Used to Do All the Heavy Things.
In the world of Calypso, Lionel Belasco is an iconoclast. He was born in Barbados; his father was a Sephardic Jew who sang baritone and played the violin, his mother a Trinidadian who classically trained the young pianist in their various homes in Barbados, Venezuela (whose music is highly in evidence in his work), and eventually Trinidad. He was a musical master who helped other calypsonians of that age. This album is an extraordinary mirror of the times. His rendition of "sly mongoose" is an overt attack on sexual exploitation by those with power in pre-independence Trinidad. With "Rufus hold me tight" he alluded to the sexual extravagance of a newly wed couple.
About a couple dozen Belasco discs (as well as a couple of interview excerpts) from 1914-61, although most of the tracks are from the late '20s and early '30s, and the only post-1933 numbers are a few items from 1961. Bear in mind that although the disc bears Belasco's name, he is pianist and bandleader, not (with the.
About Lionel Belasco.
Lionel Belasco (1881 – c. 24 June 1967) was a prominent pianist, composer and bandleader, best known for his calypso recordings. According to various sources, he was born in Maracaibo (Venezuela) and others in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. He grew up in Trinidad, the son of an Afro-Caribbean mother and a Sephardic Jewish father. He travelled widely in the Caribbean and South America in his youth, absorbing a wide variety of musical influences. He was leading his own band by 1902
Released: April 6, 1999. 2. Roses of Caracas Waltz. 3. "I Used to Do All the Heavy Things". 4. Panama Paseo No.
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|1||Good-Night Ladies And Gents||3:06|
|2||Roses Of Caracas Waltz||3:04|
|3||"I Used To Do All The Heavy Things"||0:31|
|4||Panama Paseo No. 1||3:20|
|6||Blow Wind Blow||3:07|
|7||Venezuelan Little Tune||1:16|
|8||"I Used To Play The Piano"||0:21|
|16||Hit And Run Away||3:28|
|18||Why Me Neighbor Vex With Me||3:03|
|19||The Palms Of Maracaibo||3:15|
|22||Oh Rufus Hold Me Tight||2:51|
|24||Rosa Negra Vals Venezolano||3:08|
|25||Go Away Gal||3:06|
|26||Standing Up Behind The Bridge||0:23|
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