Aprés un reve = After the dream -- Emily -- Speak low -- Estate -- Time for love -- Pavane pour une infante defunte = Pavane for a dead princess (feat. Chris Botti) -- I loves you Porgy -- Oblivion (How to say goodbye) (feat. Monica Mancini) -- Pavane -- Smile -- All the way -- Smoke gets in your eyes -- Encore: Windmills of your mind (feat. Shelly Berg) -- Very special bonus track. Every time we say goodbye (feat. Kenny Barron).
Opening -- Adieu false heart -- I can't get over you -- Marie Mouri -- King of Bohemia -- Plus tu tournes -- Go away from my window -- Burns' supper -- The one I love is gone -- Interlude -- Rattle my cage -- Parlez-moi d'amour -- Too old to die young -- Interlude -- Walk away Renee -- Closing.
Estaré contigo cuando triste estás = Before the next teardrop falls -- Días y noches perdidas = Wasted days and wasted nights -- Vaya con Dios -- Rancho grande -- Estos brazos = These arms of mine -- Háblame = Talk to me -- Rosas lindas son = Roses are red -- Tú te vas = You'll lose a good thing -- Amor secreto = Secret love -- Canción mixteca = Tierra del sol -- Si me das tu amor = I'm leaving it up to you -- Triste amor = Breaking up is hard to do.
Aunque me cueste la vida -- Lindo Puerto Rico -- Cuba bella -- De noche -- Dime la verdad -- Mis anhelos -- Mal agradecido -- Mambo del amor -- México, qué grande eres -- Mi cocodrilo verde -- No me mires así -- Ven o te voy a buscar -- Ya te lo dije -- Nostalgia habanera -- Qué bella es Cuba -- Sueños de Luna.
Three ghouls (parts 1-3) -- City of brass -- Queen Tedmur -- Stephen (parts 1-2) -- King & queen -- Moseb the executioner (parts 1-3) -- North Africa -- Flight from Karoof (parts 1-2) -- Plane of existence (part 1) -- Arabian nights (parts 1-2) -- Gods and devils -- Plane of existence (part 2).
Conga / (Miami Sound Machine) -- Guantanamera / (The Sandpipers) -- Mambo no. 5 (A little bit of...) / (Lou Bega) -- Just another day / (Jon Secada) -- Macarena (Bayside Boys remix) / (Los Del Rio) -- Chiquitita / (Abba) -- Bossa nova baby / (Elvis Presley) -- Watermelon man / (Mongo Santamaria) -- La bamba / (Ritchie Valens) -- Light my fire / (José Feliciano) -- If I had a hammer (The hammer song) / (Trini Lopez) -- Bamboleo / (Gipsy Kings) -- Don't say goodbye / (Paulina Rubio) -- Oye como va / (Santana) -- Come on, lets go! / (Los Lobos) -- Tell her she's lovely / (El Chicano) -- The lonely bull = El solo toro / (The Tijuana Brass feat. Herb Alpert).
Babalú -- Jamay -- Anana Boroco tinde -- The brand new cha cha -- Cuca -- Bim Bam Bum --A bailar merengue -- Coco seco -- Suavecito -- Miami beach rhumba -- Yo Quiero un mambo -- Son los dandis -- Mambo jambo -- Ritmo tropical -- (The chi chi) cha cha cha -- Yo ta namora --The anything can happen mambo -- Mambo gordo -- Bésame mucho -- Tumbao -- Bread, love, and cha cha cha -- La mucura -- Cuban mambo -- Mondonguero -- Mondongo -- Who me?
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