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Moliendo Cafe is an incredible compilation of singles recorded by Mina in the sixties for the Spanish and South American market. Some of them are original versions written by Spanish and Latin composers, some others were written in English and then translated. Some of them are huge successes performed by the so-called "Tigre di Cremona" ("Il Cielo In Una Stanza", "Mi Vuoi Lasciar"). Of great interest is the Spanish version of the immortal "Dindi" (written by António Carlos Jobim) and "Un Desierto (Heisser Sand)" originally recorded for the German market and then immediately translated in Italian as "Si, Lo So".
Moliendo Cafe is an incredible compilation of singles recorded by Mina in the sixties for the Spanish and South American market. Some of them are original versions written by Spanish and Latin composers, some others were written in English and then translated. Some of them are huge successes performed by the so-called "Tigre di Cremona" ("Il Cielo In Una Stanza", "Mi Vuoi Lasciar"). Of great interest is the Spanish version of the immortal "Dindi" (written by António Carlos Jobim) and "Un Desierto (Heisser Sand)" originally recorded for the German market and then immediately translated in Italian as "Si, Lo So".
8033706215081

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Format: Vinyl
Label: VIER
Rel. Date: 03/24/2017
UPC: 8033706215081

Moliendo Cafe
Artist: Mina
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $22.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. El Cielo en Casa (Il Cielo in Una Stanza)
2. Me Abandonas (Mi Vuoi Lasciar)
3. Locamente Te Amaré (Makin' Love)
4. Moliendo Cafè
5. Renato
6. Me Miran Prous
7. La Misma Playa
8. Un Desierto (Heisser Sand)
9. Dindi 1
10. Ollallà Gigi 1
11. Dejadme Llorar 1
12. Chihuahua 1
13. Y de Ahi? 1
14. Que No Que No 1
15. El Globito 1
16. S'en Va Anar 1
17. Pensar en Ti

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Moliendo Cafe is an incredible compilation of singles recorded by Mina in the sixties for the Spanish and South American market. Some of them are original versions written by Spanish and Latin composers, some others were written in English and then translated. Some of them are huge successes performed by the so-called "Tigre di Cremona" ("Il Cielo In Una Stanza", "Mi Vuoi Lasciar"). Of great interest is the Spanish version of the immortal "Dindi" (written by António Carlos Jobim) and "Un Desierto (Heisser Sand)" originally recorded for the German market and then immediately translated in Italian as "Si, Lo So".
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