From ‘Perdido’ to ‘You’ve Lost The Loving Feeling’, we have mixed 18 ‘Jazz & Other Musics‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Lost Translated‘. It has Maria Teresa Vera, Manuel Vallejo, Jackie Mclean, Rabih Aboul-Kalil and many more.
BVisit Pensacola: The Perdido River forms the border between Florida and Alabama. This 24-miles canoe trail gently curves past forests of pine and cypress.
Friends of Perdido Bay : Perdido Bay apparently got its name because the mouth of the bay was very narrow and made a sudden turn before opening up into the larger bay. This made the bay hard to find by a ship moving along the coast.
Spain.info : In Spain, the massif of Monte Perdido (3,355 m) presides over its orography, with the summits of Tres Sorores, from where the valleys of Ordesa, Pineta, Añisclo and Escuaín come from.
IMDB : In “Perdido”, the movie (2008), Agustín Barros is lost and detached from himself until he stumbles on the case of Jorge Román, a man who got of a train, in the middle of the Atacama desert, and never arrived to his destiny.
El Hotelito Perdido : El Hotelito Perdido is a small, rustic jungle hideaway. It is located in the middle of the rainforest on Río Lampara, a small river connected to Río Dulce (Guatemala).
Blues for Peace : The lyrics of “Perdido” (the song by Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus) say : “Perdido, I look for my heart. It’s perdido. I lost it way down in Torito. The day the fiesta started. Bolero, I sway that they play the bolero, etc-ro”
S p a c e A g e P o p M u s i c : The lyrics of The lyrics of “Perdido” (the song by (music) Juan Tizol / (words) Ervin Drake) say say : “Perdido. I looked for my heart, it’s perdido. I lost it way down in Toredo (oups! is it Toredo or Torito?) While chancing a dance fiesta. Bolero. I glanced as we danced the bolero”.
JazzStandards.com : On December 3, 1941, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra recorded “Perdido” for Standard Radio Transcription Services, a company that provided leased programming to radio stations. It is their January 21, 1942, recording of the song on the Victor label, however, that is regarded as their original recording. A modest hit, “Perdido” entered the pop charts on May 22, 1943, rising to number