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The Latin Album

Keith Lockhart & Boston Pops Orchestra

1999

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The Latin Album

Keith Lockhart & Boston Pops Orchestra

Released: 26/11/1999

Genre: Classical

℗ 2000 BMG Entertainment



  • 3:38

    Estancia: Malambo

  • 3:53

    Oblivion

  • 4:32

    Granada

  • 4:32

    El Salón México

  • 5:00

    Perfidia

  • 5:00

    Mi Cambio

  • 4:37

    Jalousie (Tango Tzigane)

  • 2:14

    Dansa Brasileira

  • 4:21

    Mambo Jambo

  • 8:00

    Huapango

  • 4:09

    Ay, Ay, Ay

  • 3:40

    Cumbias

  • 3:51

    Batuque

  • 3:03

    Son de la Negra

14 songs, 1:0:30 total time, 123.48 MB

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