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I'm a bit flummoxed over an (assuming Spanish) adaption of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and possibly a related work....
I started with a definite adaption (Smoke Gets In Your Eyes [Humo En Tus Ojos] [Foreign]) by Pedro Vargas …. While they be the same recording, I have two translated by Agustín Lara and currently indexed to:
Other autogens were floating around with the same or similar title (Humo En Los Ojos), one of which was credited to Agustín Lara; however, I couldn't find an original release (the recording reviewed sounded very old) nor could I detect any "Smoke" in the mix.
I also listened to another Humo En Los Ojos by a Bárbara Polanco. While it wasn't a straight cover of "Smoke" like the Vargas recording and there are no credits in the autogen notes, there was definitely some "Smoke" in the performance:
I have other similarly titled recordings with Lara in the autogen credits, but they are currently in my research queue.
While I hack thru these, I decided to get the ball rolling to see what the editors can determine. In order of reference above, the autogens:
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (Humo En Tus Ojos) · Pedro Vargas · Mario Ruiz Armengol And His Orchestra
Vintage México No. 135 - EP: Humo En Tus Ojos
℗ 2009 Vintage Music
Released on: 1958-09-24
Humo en Tus Ojos · Pedro Vargas
Grandes Éxitos de Norte América
℗ 1986 RCA, S.A. de C.V.
Composer, Lyricist: Agustín Lara
Other: Mario Ruíz Armengol y Su Orquesta
Humo en los Ojos · Agustin Lara
Agustín Lara y sus Grandes Intérpretes
℗ 2012 Orfeon
Released on: 2012-09-28
Humo en los Ojos · Bárbara Polanco
María Félix: La Doña, La Diva, La Musa (Sus Canciones Favoritas)
℗ 1989 Pham Emmi
Released on: 2013-06-26
Just rev'd another "Humo En Los Ojos". There may have been some "Smoke" influence, but certainly not clear to my ears:
Last edit: 2019-09-26 21:29:01 UTC by VirileVagabond