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Lenny Hambro Featuring Eddie Bert - Mambo Hambro flac album

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Performer: Lenny Hambro
Title: Mambo Hambro
Style: Mambo
Category: Latin
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: AUD MP2 AU AIFF DXD MP2 AC3

Front Sleeve: "Lenny HAMBRO Featuring EDDIE BERT" Back Sleeve: "MAMBO HAMBRO Featuring LENNIE HAMBRO, Alto-Sax" Hi-Fi Recording, Savoy Record C. In. Newark, N. Printed in . Center Labels: Long Playing Microgroove Center Labels: B1 "Lina Luna" and B2 "Si' You Later" "Linda Luna" and "Si U Later" on front Sleeve.

Leonard William Hambro, known as Lenny Hambro (October 16, 1923 – September 26, 1995), was a journeyman jazz musician who played woodwinds, primarily alto saxophone, with a host of bands, orchestras, and jazz notables from the early 1940s through the mid-1960s, and continued as a session musician, music producer, booking agent, and entertainment coordinator through the mid-1990s.

Louis Barretto, Eddie Bert (12), Lenny Hambro (3), Rene Hernandez, Joe Mangual, Ubaldo Nieto, Ramon Santamaria. A1 Feeding The Chickens A2 Mucho Pompero A3 Mambo Barbarita A4 Makin' Whoopee B1 Linda Luna B2 Si U Later B3 Try A Little Tenderness. Statistics & Lists. Contributors to database: BroadwayGuy More.

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Leonard William Hambro, known as Lenny Hambro (October 16, 1923–September 26, 1995), was a journeyman jazz musician who played woodwinds, primarily alto saxophone, with a host of bands, orchestras, and jazz notables from the early 1940s through the mid-1960s, and continued as a session musician, music producer, booking agent, and entertainment coordinator through the mid-1990s

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EDDIE BERT is a bop music artist. Kaleidoscope Eddie Bert vinyl LP album record USA SJL1186 SAVOY 1987.

Lenny Hambro: Journeyman jazz musician who played woodwinds, primarily alto saxophone, with a host of bands, orchestras, and jazz notables from the early 1940s through the mid-1960s, and continued as a session musician, music producer, booking agent, and entertainment coordinator through the mid-1990s. Early in his professional career, Hambro spelled his name "Lennie" but changed it to the former spelling in 1954, although he was occasionally referred to as "Lennie" in the press as late as 1957. Hambro broke into the profession with Gene Krupa in 1942

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Feeding The Chickens
A2 Mucho Pompero
A3 Mambo Barbarita
A4 Makin' Whoopee
Bass – Clyde LombardiDrums – Sid BulkinPiano – Hank Jones
B1 Linda Luna
B2 Si U Later
B3 Try A Little Tenderness
Bass – Clyde LombardiDrums – Sid BulkinPiano – Hank Jones

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Lenny Hambro
  • Bass – Louis Barreto*
  • Bongos – Joe Mangual*
  • Congas – Ramon Santamaria*
  • Liner Notes – Jack McKinney
  • Piano – Rene Hernandez
  • Timbales – Ubaldo Nieto
  • Trombone – Eddie Bert

Notes

Front Sleeve: "Lenny HAMBRO Featuring EDDIE BERT"
Back Sleeve: "MAMBO HAMBRO Featuring LENNIE HAMBRO, Alto-Sax"
Hi-Fi Recording / Savoy Record Co., Inc., Newark, N. J. / Printed in U.S.A.
Center Labels: Long Playing Microgroove
Center Labels: B1 "Lina Luna" and B2 "Si' You Later" = "Linda Luna" and "Si U Later" on front Sleeve.

According to the Savoy Records database all the tracks were recorded in NYC on April the 13th, 1954.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Stamped): MG 15031A X20
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Stamped): MG 15031B X20