Andy Russell

Soy un Extraño - El Crooner Latino de Hollywood

Alma Latina

Orquestas de Chucho Zarzoza, Paul Weston, Al Sack, Pablo Beltrán Ruíz, Sid Bass, Sid Feller, Chico O'Farrill

Reference: ALCD 074

Andy Russell -aka the latin Frank Sinatra- remains today, largely unremembered and unappreciated. He was one of the more underrated singers of the Interlude Era which is something of a misfortune for those who remember the golden era of American pop standards.
He was born Andres Rabajos, of Spanish-Mexican parents in Los Angeles in September of 1917. His recording that combined Spanish and English add up to the hundreds. Of his early days we can highlight that in Mexico in 1944, he was the first to record "Bésame mucho", the worlwide hit for its composer Consuelo Velázquez.


1. Soy un Extraño
2. Cuanto Felicidad
3. Serenata a la Luz de la Luna
4. Al Fin
5. Borrachita (I'll Never Love Again)
6. Oye
7. Destino
8. María Elena
9. Amor
10. Muchachita
11. Te Quiero, Dijiste (Magic is the Moonlight)
12. Besame Mucho
13. Negra Consentida (My Pet Brunette)
14. Cielito Lindo
15. Solamente una Vez (You Belong to My Heart)
16. Tres Palabras (Without You)
17. Jovenes y Bellas
18. Magico Amor
19. El Pasaporte
20. Sonata de Amor

Recorded 1956-1961


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