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Bohemio - Alfonso Pahino - Bohemio (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Explore releases from Alfonso Pahino at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Alfonso Pahino at the Discogs Marketplace. Alfonso Pahino: Suave Piel ‎ (LP, Album) Industrias Famoso C.A., Columbia: FI, FIZ: Ecuador: Unknown: Alfonso Pahino: Bohemio.
  2. Bohemio Son. K likes. Nos caracteriza una mezcla de alegría, talento y experiencia. Elegancia y distinción es Bohemio’Son.
  3. Bohemio 47 likes. Bohemio is a Hispanic sportswear lifestyle stefebdicompsagriadergfoundtalawsafet.coinfog: Album).
  4. This album is one of Ray's best from the early 60s, and it's an incredible batch of edgey tracks that far outshines most of his other work from the time! For the record, Ray took the standard Charanga format, and updated it by adding sweet jazzy touches, pushing the read more LP, Vinyl record album (Black label Tico pressing.
  5. We loved the food and cocktails served at El Bohemio. It was a little difficult for our taxi driver to find, but worth the effort! We ended up eating there twice during our 4 day visit to Havana. Read more. Date of experience: June Helpful. Share. BlueDevilOKC wrote a review Jul Location: Calle 21 No. Entre 12 Y 14, Havana, Ciudad de la Habana Province
  6. Los Bohemios or Conjunto "Los Bohemios" were one of the numerous Mallorcan groups of the decade of the 60 that played in all the premises of the island, and in tourist zones in the summer months. They recorded with the record company Hispavox, and were one of the pointers next to, perhaps better known nationally, Beta Quartet and Los Javaloyas.
  7. ALFONSO PAHINO Vinyl Records and CDs. Spanish tenor born in Valladolid He was in the groups Los Camel in , [A=Los Lazos] in and Santa Cruz in In he won the XIX Festival of Benidorm (Spain) Alfonso Pahino Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num.
  8. "Bohemio" is designed in memoriam of "Gunter Böhmer", an artist that is famous for his many bookcovers of the 's in Germany. The cover I took as an inspiration for this font is that of a book called "Stiller" (by Max Frisch). "Bohemio" sounds similar to "Böhmer" (which means the one from Bohemia) and it is also an alliteration to "artisty".Missing: Alfonso Pahino.

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