in the world recognized " Sound of Miami ", Frankie Marcos
& Clouds provided impressive horn arrangements and Latin mambos
to this musical movement of hot Latin rhythms and jazzy-rocky musical
became the dream of these very talented musicians, composers and
arrangers of the band's recorded material, which includes International
hits, like "Hay cariño o no hay cariño",
"Discotango", "Amor velero", "Con tu blanca
palidez", "La fiesta", "Dora la computadora",
"Como me gusta hablar español", "Cuba Libre",
and so many others.
by Governors, state legislators and officials of important cities
in the United States have honored Frankie Marcos & Clouds due
to its International achievements in the field of music. A street
in Miami has been named Clouds Boulevard, in the company of streets
named after Miami Sound Machine, Celia Cruz and José Canseco.
1990, "Cuba Libre", composed by Frankie Marcos and introduced
at MIDEM in Cannes, received outrageous reports from European and
Asian Countries. A children's choir in Russia sang "Cuba Libre"
with Frankie Marcos & Clouds in Moscow
and St. Petersburg during the nationally televised "Concert
of concerts, live performances in Europe, Latin America, and most
recently in the Entertainment Capital of the world, Las Vegas, sharing
the stage with musical greats like Tom Jones, Liza Minneli, Manhattan
Transfer, The Righteous Brothers and others, as well as sold out
performances around the world.
recently, Frankie Marcos & Clouds has released the single "Oh,
Havana, when I think of you", an instrumental duet featuring
Frankie Marcos on soprano saxophone and Grammy Award Winner Arturo
Sandoval on trumpet, which has crossed over radio categories and
placed itself in permanent libraries of numerous radio stations
worldwide. Due to this immediate success, "SAX UNDER THE CLOUDS"
has been Grammy Nominated as "Best Instrumental POP Performance".