Top Hugo Montenegro Albums
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More Music from
More Music from "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."
[2016]
You Don't Know Me
You Don't Know Me
[2016]
All I Have to Do Is Dream
All I Have to Do Is Dream
[2014]
Loves of My Life & Ellington Fantasy
Loves of My Life & Ellington Fantasy
[2013]
Arriba: Original Release, Volume 1
Arriba: Original Release, Volume 1
[2012]
Magnificent
Magnificent
[2011]
Hurry Sundown (Original Film Soundtrack)
Hurry Sundown (Original Film Soundtrack)
[2011]
Devil Woman
Devil Woman
[2011]
Hugo Montenegro in Italy: Rarity Music Pop, Vol. 162
Hugo Montenegro in Italy: Rarity Music Pop, Vol. 162
[2011]
Hugo, I Go - [The Dave Cash Collection]
Hugo, I Go - [The Dave Cash Collection]
[2011]
Candy Kisses
Candy Kisses
[2010]
Country Hugo Style
Country Hugo Style
[2009]
Crazy Arms
Crazy Arms
[2009]
Mr. Groovy
Mr. Groovy
[2008]
Music from
Music from "A Fistful of Dollars", "For a Few Dollars More" & "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
[1995]
Others by Brothers
Others by Brothers
[1975]
Hugo In Wonder-Land
Hugo In Wonder-Land
[1974]
Scenes & Themes
Scenes & Themes
[1972]
Moog Power
Moog Power
[1969]
Hugo Montenegro: Country And Western Lounge
Hugo Montenegro: Country And Western Lounge
[1962]
Country and Western
Country and Western
[1962]
Montenegro In Italy
Montenegro In Italy
[1961]
Black Velvet
Black Velvet
[1961]
Great Songs From Motion Pictures 3
Great Songs From Motion Pictures 3
[1961]
Great Songs From Motion Pictures 1
Great Songs From Motion Pictures 1
[1961]
American Musical Theatre
American Musical Theatre
[1961]
Arriba
Arriba
[1960]
Boogie Woogie & Bongos
Boogie Woogie & Bongos
[1960]
Bongos & Brass
Bongos & Brass
[1960]
Arriba!
Arriba!
[1960]
Cha Chas for Dancing
Cha Chas for Dancing
[1960]
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Related Information for Hugo Montenegro
Hugo Montenegro (September 2, 1925 - February 6, 1981) was an American orchestra leader and composer of film soundtracks.Hugo Mario Montenegro was born in New York City in 1925. He served in the U.S. Navy for two years, mostly as an arranger for the Newport Naval Base band in Newport, Rhode Island. After the war he attended Manhattan College while studying composition and leading his own band for school dances.... read more