Jimmy (James) Namaro. Vibraphonist, marimbist, percussionist, composer, painter, b La Rosita, Mexico or Columbus, Michigan, 14 Apr 1913, naturalized Canadian ca 1945, d Richmond, BC, 25 Apr 1998. His family moved in 1921 to Hamilton, Ont, where he studied piano with Sid Walling and Eric Lewis. His discography includes LPs 1958-72 for Sparton (With Mallets A Four Thought, SP-209), RCA Victor or Camden (The Latin Touch of Jimmy Namaro, CAS-2357, and others originally produced by the CTL), and Quality. Namaro wrote many jingles and composed music for CBC dramas (eg, the TV series Seaway), for the Broadway production Andorra, and for ballet. His paintings, in the primitive style, have had several exhibitions.
Lin Boyd Gord Carley. Bass – Lin Boyd Drums – Gord Carley Guitar – Al Harris Marimba, Vibraphone, Chimes – Jimmy Namaro. Jimmy Namaro Trio - Driftwood. From the album "Driftwood" (1958). Jimmy Namaro - marimba.
Arranger, Piano, Vibraphone.
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|A1||Man Of La Mancha||1:58|
|A2||Over The Rainbow||2:22|
|A6||Pubba And The Puddy||2:05|
|B1||This Is My Song||1:58|
|B2||Good Morning Annie||2:23|
|B3||On a Little Street In Singapore||2:37|
|B5||Stranger In Paradise||2:35|
|B6||St. Louis Blues Pachanga||2:23|
- Manufactured By – RCA Victor Company, Ltd.
- Recording Supervisor – Johnny Burt
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: CAPAC
- Rights Society: BMI
|CTL-1089||Jimmy Namaro||The Latin Touch Of Jimmy Namaro (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor Company, Ltd.||CTL-1089||Canada||Unknown|
|CAS-2357||Jimmy Namaro||The Latin Touch Of Jimmy Namaro (LP, Album, RE)||RCA Camden||CAS-2357||Canada||Unknown|