Description: Perfidia by the Mantovani Orchestra, BEST SOUND IN 480 P. From the 1960's Londom album Latin Rendezvous, and played on a Dual 1229 turntable, Pioneer SX1280 receiver 180 watts per channel, and Magneplanar speakers system, with self powered sub-woofer. "Perfidia" (Spanish for "perfidy", as in faithless, treacherous or false) is a popular song written by Alberto Domínguez  (19111975), a Mexican composer and arranger born in the state of Chiapas, about love and betrayal. Aside from the original Spanish, other renditions exist, including English and instrumental versions. The English lyrics are by Milton Leeds. The song was published in 1939 and became a hit for Xavier Cugat in 1940. This version was used by director Wong Kar-wai in his films Days of Being Wild, In the Mood for Love, and 2046."Perfidia"' has been recorded by many artists, including Charlie Parker, Mel Torme, Olavi Virta, Café Tacuba, Glenn Miller, Nana Mouskouri, King Tubby, Phyllis Dillon, The Shadows, The Ventures, Linda Ronstadt, Nat King Cole, Lawrence Welk, Luis Miguel, mandolinist Dave Apollon, The Four Aces, Olivia Molina, Perez Prado, Ibrahim Ferrer, Los Rabanes, and Ben E. King. Actually, more than 150 different versions are collected
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"Manhã de Carnaval" ("Morning of Carnival") -- known in the US by the title "A Day in the Life of a Fool" -- was composed in 1959 by Brazilian songwriters Luiz Bonfá and Antonio Maria. It appeared that year in the Portuguese-language film Orfeu Negro (Black Orpheus), by French director Marcel Camus and based on a play by Vinícius de Moraes. The file is based on the play Orfeu da Conceição by Vinicius de Moraes, which is in turn an adaptation of the Greek legend of Orpheus and Eurydice, setting it in the modern context of a favela in Rio de Janeiro during the Carnaval. The film was an international co-production between production companies in Brazil, France and Italy. The film is renowned for its soundtrack by bossa nova legend Antônio Carlos Jobim. Black Orpheus won the Palme d'Or at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival as well as the 1960 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and the 1960 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Film.
From the LP "The Mantovani Touch: Mantovani And His Orchestra," issued in 1968 on the London label, serial number PS 526. "Release Me" was composed in 1946 by Eddie Miller, Robert Yount, and Dub Williams.
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"Perfidia" (Spanish for "perfidy", as in faithless, treacherous or false) is a popular song written by Alberto Domínguez (1911--1975), a Mexican composer and arranger born in the state of Chiapas, about love and betrayal. Aside from the original Spanish, other renditions exist, including English and instrumental versions. The English lyrics are by Milton Leeds. The song was published in 1939 and became a hit for Xavier Cugat in 1940. This version was used by director Wong Kar-wai in his films Days of Being Wild, In the Mood for Love, and 2046. "Perfidia"' has been recorded by many artists, including Julie London, The Four Aces, Charlie Parker, Laurel Aitken, Mel Torme, Olavi Virta, Café Tacuba, Glenn Miller, Nana Mouskouri, King Tubby, Phyllis Dillon, The Shadows, The Ventures, Trini Lopez, Linda Ronstadt (in Spanish), Nat King Cole (in Spanish), Cliff Richard, Lawrence Welk, Luis Miguel, mandolinist Dave Apollon, Olivia Molina, Perez Prado, Ibrahim Ferrer, Los Rabanes, and Ben E. King. More than 150 different versions are collected. An English arrangement of "Perfidia" was also the founding song of the Princeton Nassoons, Princeton University's oldest a cappella group. - Wikipedia +++There's a Goldmine Of Romantic Music that is in the process of being LOST forever. Music written in the first half of the Last Century offers Romance, Beauty & Great Lyrics that incorporates a Happy, Uplifting & Positive Worldview that is quite rare today. The Music in this 15 Minute Video ...
This is my cover/karaoke version of the classic 1939 song Perfidia, which was written by Alberto Domínguez. The song features as background music in several classic 1940s Hollywood films, including Casablanca and Now, Voyager. My favourite "perfidious" femme fatale of that era is Mary Astor and so she's the subject of the accompanying slideshow. The Maltese Falcon (pity poor Floyd Thursby!), Red Dust and Across the Pacific are the movies featured. The English lyrics to the song are below. Feel free to sing along: To you My heart cries out "Perfidia" For I find you, the love of my life In somebody else's arms Your eyes are echoing "Perfidia" Forgetful of the promise of love You're sharing another's charms With a sad lament my dreams are faded Like a broken melody While the gods of love look down and laugh At what romantic fools we mortals be And now I find my love was not for you And so I take it back with a sigh Perfidious one Goodbye!
Nat King Cole Perfidia
Anna by Carmen Cavallaro early 1950's recorded from the original Decca mono LP played on a Dual 1229 turntable
The Four Aces is an American male traditional pop music quartet, popular since the 1950s. Over the last half-century, the group amassed many gold records. Its million-selling signature tunes include "Love is a Many-Splendored Thing", "Three Coins in the Fountain", "Stranger in Paradise", "Tell Me Why", and "(It's No) Sin". Other big sellers included "Shangri-La", "Perfidia", and "Sincerely". The original members, responsible for every song made popular by the group, included Al Alberts, Dave Mahoney, Lou Silvestri, and Rosario "Sod" Vaccaro. Alberts went to South Philadelphia High School, Temple University, and the United States Navy, where he met Mahoney. Originally, Alberts sang with Mahoney playing behind him, and later they added Vaccaro on trumpet and Silvestri on drums. They played locally in the Philadelphia area, and Alberts started his own record label, Victoria Records, when they could not find a distributor to release their first record, "(It's No) Sin". It sold a million copies, and Decca Records soon signed the group, billing them as The Four Aces featuring Al Alberts. Alberts left the group in 1958 to try to make it as a soloist, but never made the charts. He was replaced as lead singer by Fred Diodati, who had attended South Philadelphia High School a few years after Alberts. Eventually all of the original members left, leaving Diodati to lead a new line-up which consisted of Fred Diodati, Tony Alesi, Joe Giglio and Harry Heisler. After almost nineteen ...
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