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A Night At The Columbia

Cesar Gonzmart and His Magic Violins

Cesar Gonzmart and His Magic Violins - A Night At The Columbia Cesar Gonzmart and His Magic Violins - A Night At The Columbia
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Antilla Records...MLP 574...33 1/3 LP...1966...Stereo

Side 1
1) El Relicario - José Padilla...NTG
2) Doce Cascabeles - Freire/Solano...NTG
3) Ojos Negros - D. R....NTG
4) Quiereme Mucho - Gonzalo Roig...NTG
5) Si Vas A Calatayud - R. Zarzoso...NTG
6) Tico-Tico - Abreu...NTG

Side 2
1) Tengo, Tengo, Tengo - Vicente Mari Laredo...NTG
2) Cuando Cuando Cuando - Tony Renis...NTG
3) Monisima - Laredo...NTG
4) Hava Nageela - Jack Kammen...NTG
5) Lisboa Antigua - Rossi/Letoni...NTG
6) Madamoiselle De Paris - Paul Durand...NTG

A Night At The Columbia A Night At The Columbia

ON THE BACK OF THE JACKET

Cesar Gonzmart and His Magic Violins
Featuring: singers Miguel Bodegas and Jose Forns
Solo accordionist is Mario De Leon

A Night At The Columbia

Since - 1905 in the heart of Tampa´s Latin quarter, the COLUMBIA Restaurant has majestically occupied one entire city block. The restaurant comprises nine dining rooms and can seat 1500 people at one time.
The theme throughout the Columbia is Spanish, several of the rooms being decorated with magnificent hand-painted tiles and oil paintings based on the famous Spanish literary hero, "Don Quixote". Art treasures and antiques are found everywhere.
The praises of the Columbia have been carried by such well known international publications as Saturday Evening Post, Esquire Magazine, Holiday Magazine (three different times), McCalls Magazine and the National Geographic Magazine, just to name a few.
The Columbia Restaurant is generally considered to be the largest Spanish Restaurant in the world and many consider its food the finest anywhere.
From 1936 on the Columbia has provided music during the evening hours for those who enjoy dancing and in February of 1963 the strolling violins were added to the already well-filled entertainment calendar. This fine group composed of accordian, bass, violins and singers was formed by Cesar Gonzmart who opereates the Columbia, and who, himself, has a fine backgound as a violinist having been Concertmaster of the Havana Symphony under the direction of the famed composer, the late Ernesto Lecuona. Mr. Gonzmart also was leader of his own orchestra and has performed throughout the United States and Central and South America.
In this album ANTILLA Records has combines several international favorities which feature the Magic Violins for the first time on record bringing you the music and charm offered nightly at your table at the Columbia Restaurant. Also featured are two of Spain´s great singers, Miguel Bodegas and Jose Forns who have joined the group to make it the outstanding attraction which it has become. Solo accordionist is Mario De Leon.
We at ANTILLA Records believe you will find his new record album on of the most enjoyable you have heard in a long time.

Consistent with our policy in producing authentic and only the best in Latin records, anywhere.

ARMADA & RODRIGUEZ of Florida, Inc.
3081 M.W. 24 St. Miami, Fla 33142


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