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Benny Barbara - Benny Barbara mp3 track

MP3 1953 mb. | FLAC 1402 mb. | WMA 1433 mb.

Performer: Benny Barbara
Title: Benny Barbara
Country: Canada
Released: 1966
Style: Latin Jazz, Easy Listening
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: AIFF XM MMF AUD APE VOC AHX

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Malaguena
Written-By – Ernesto Lecuona
2:32
A2 Il Silenzio
Written-By – Nini Rosso
2:21
A3 Hava Naguila
Written-By – Ydelson
2:55
A4 Avec
Written-By – Charles Aznavour, Franck Pourcel
3:20
A5 Girl From Ipanema
Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
2:32
B1 Les Parapluies De Cherbourg
Written-By – Jacques Demy, Michel Legrand
2:54
B2 Cavaquinho
Written-By – Zequinha Abreu
1:29
B3 Tu, Tu Y Tu
Written-By – L. Milena, Montezor
2:59
B4 Una Lagrima Tuya
Written-By – Homero Manzi, Mariano Mores
4:28
B5 Walkin' In the Rain
Written-By – Bill Bradley
2:29

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – London Records Of Canada Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Benny Barbara, Jacques Brunelle

Notes

Benny Barbara plays a "Besson" trumpet

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (On Label): ELS.5001
  • Other (On Back Cover): ELS 5001

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ELM 2001 Benny Barbara And His Trumpet ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Elysée ELM 2001 Canada 1966
LD 2034 Benny Barbara Benny Barbara ‎(10", Album) Disc Jockey LD 2034 Argentina Unknown


Producer – Benny Barbara, Jacques Brunelle. Benny Barbara plays a "Besson" trumpet. Distributed by LONDON Records of Canada Ltd. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.Benny Barbara ‎(LP, Album).

Not to be confused with Benny Andersen. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Barbara Dickson recorded an Ulvaeus and Andersson song called "The Day The Wall Came Tumbling Down"; the song eventually was released by Australian Mamma Mia! musical star Anne Wood's album of ABBA covers, Divine Discontent.

Benny Gee. This song is by Barbara Dickson and appears on the album Sweet Oasis (1978). In his youth he was fair as cornBut nowadays his bloom has wornAnd little lines his eyes adornHe has seen better days. With it also went his charmTimeless grace that keeps you warmNothing can be done to harmWhat's left of Benny Gee. His only fights are in his headHear the bell and knock 'em deadHe wore the crown first in the ringBut in the street he was the king.

Barbara DelNegro Lyons. I am getting the feeling that you’re tired from this relationship and you even gets aches and pains because of how much you’re emotional stressed. He spent practically 7 years studying emotional release and learning about human energy.