Canaro, Famá and Amor (1940)

In 1939, jealous Roberto Maida left Francisco Canaro’s orchestra when the latter accepted two more singers into his orchestra: Ernesto Famá, who had already been a partner before, and a new face, Francisco Amor. These two men would mark the beginning of Canaro’s 1940s sound. Here there are shown together (from left to right: Fama, Canaro, Amor) on tour in Montevideo, Uruguay.

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2 Responses to Canaro, Famá and Amor (1940)

  1. michael3657 says:

    Famá looks like he was dressed by his valet, while Amor looks like he spent a night sleeping on a bench in a bus station. Is he wearing botas militares?

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