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''RHUMBAS AND MAMBOS''
(CUBA, 1991) @
Rhumbas And Mambos 1948 - 1951
Featuring: Chano Pozo (bongo), Tito Puente (tbal), Vitín Avilés (voc)
Pupi Campo was born in Havana, Cuba, on May 1st, 1920. Campo was born Jacinto Campillo, and was the second of five children: Georgina, Alejandro, Armando and Josephina. While dancing in a Havana nightclub in 1940, Campo was noticed by New York club owner, Irving Sussman. Sussman invited the young man to look him up if he were ever in New York City. Campo and his friend Armando Guin, began selling raffle tickets for a nickel the next day, and within a month, Campo took a boat called the Floridita to Miami, and was in New York and knocking on Mr. Sussmans door at the Eden Concert nightclub. Sussman introduced Campo (then Campillo) to the headliner: a young Cuban man named Desi Arnaz. Though the two had never met, Arnaz introduced Campo that night as his good friend from Havana. Campo asked the band to play a mambo, and he began to dance for the crowd. Sussman signed him to a six-month contract for $50 per week. Sussman suggested the name change for Campo as well, and after working as a solo act for some time, he met broadway star Diosa Costello. Costello and Campo were married for eleven years, and performed together. One night, when visiting Costellos good friend Carmen Miranda, columnist Walter Winchellâ€”who was also visitingâ€”suggested that Campo front his own band.
Tracklisting:1. What Is This Thing Called Love2. Que Te Parece Cholito3. Mambo Rhapsody4. Negra Consentida5. Capullito De Alheli6. Earl Wilson Mambo7. Joe And Paul8. Mambonick9. Y Que10. Mambo Marlow11. Son De La Loma12. Wha Happen13. How High The Moon14. Mary Ann15. La Ruñidera16. Mucho Que Mucho17. Friquitin18. Despasito19. Tu No Sabes Nada20. Hi Hi Hi21. Tumbando Caña22. Esto Es Lo Ultimo23. Sonaremos El Tambor24. Estas FrizaoNew York City, 1948-1951