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Favorite Fantasy by Jon Secada
Yup, positive. They edited out the long beginning to give it a nice 4-bar intro. They also slowed it way down.
Tony McKenzie. That's a "classic". My friends/mentors played that for the pros back in the '80's.
Grecia's Childhood from Ballroom Superstars 2 or 3 cd :). But it is originally from a movie.
Oye... But I'm going deaf!
It's 320 for me when I record my music for competition. When I first started I was using 192 and I thought it sounded fine but now when I play at...
Hee hee, they all do sound the same...that's for sure! And you're right. Gotta love those collegiate dancers hear real I. Rumba tempo at their first...
As a music director at about 40 competitions a year I will say that I have never played an American Rumba faster than 32 measures per minute. I agree...
Prandi Dance Orchestra, from Italy.
Ah the IDSF World Latin...I did the music there too. I do believe it is El Tiempo Del Palladium by Spanish Harlem Orchestra.
I'm impressed with my memory! Good song...I should play it more often!
Dave Innis here. Off the top of my head try "Promised Land" by Banghra. If not give a a shout and I'll go in my office and figure it out.
Been a long time since I have used but off the top of my head it is either London Pops or Bert Kaempfert. Am thinking London Pops on an album called...
...I am doing the music so be sure to stop by for a quick hello.
Try The Dancin' Feelin' in Warwick, RI. Not sure if that is in the general area that would be convenient to you though. Nice people there.
Oh yes. I play it at competitions for bolero and had to speed up at least 20% for that. I Rumba would be at least another 10% on top of that....
Volvere Alguna Vez. Sped way up from original.
I remember it being a fun comp.
Well one of the years that I helped do the music (maybe '94 or '95) Michael Wentink and Beata did the show.
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