Mardi Soir Sessions volume III
The South American Way

The South American Way - Los Hermanos Brothers:

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TRACKLIST: Mardi Soir Sessions (Vol.3):
“The South Amercian Way”

1. Carmen Miranda - South American way
2. Gerry Mulligan - La carioca
3. Mildred Bailey & Red Norvo - The weekend of a secretary
4. Machito & his Afro Cuban Salseros - Un poquito de tu amor
5. Lolita Garrido - Bote Hawanna
6. The Lion with orchestral accopaniment - Trinidad, the land of Calypso
7. The Duke of Iron - Kockeemoonga
8. Roaring Lion - Carnival long ago
9. Nora Dean - Must get a man
10. Jacki Mittoo - Voodoo Moon
11. Allen Toussaint - Tequila
12. Los papacitos - jazzy
13. Compay Quinto - El cumbanchero
14. Billy May's Rico Mambo Orch - Hernando's hideway
15. Perez Prado - Mambo nr. 5
16. Danza Latina - Ran Kan Kan 
17. Lucho Bermudez y su orchestra - Fiesta de negritos
18. Mitchi Sarmiento y sus bravos - Hong Kong
19. Fruko y sus Tesos - Salsa Na Ma
20. Lucho Bermudez - Gaita de las flores
21. La Sonora Cienaguera - La Piojosa
22. Lucy Gonzalez antolin y su combo orense - La ley poderosa 

Point of departure for this musical journey is Hollywood, paying tribute to Carmen Miranda, considered to be the precursor of Brazil's Tropicalismo, with her version of 'South American Way'. Carmen Miranda was a Portuguese-born Brazilian samba singer, Broadway actress and Hollywood film star popular in the 1940s and 1950s. She was, by some accounts, the highest-earning woman in the United States and noted for her signature fruit hat outfit she wore in the 1943 movie 'The Gang's All Here'.