Among the various Beatles tribute singles I found one that presents the quartet's music in a bolero / salsa style. This is the EP of the Orquestra Namorados do Caribe, entitled "Os Grandes Sucessos dos Beatles".
There is little information on the network about the Orquestra Namorados do Caribe. But there are mentions that this orchestra was a studio orchestra by the record company RCA Victor and that it emerged as a marketing counterpoint to the Orquestra Românticos de Cuba, by maestro Severino Araújo, from the record company Musidisc.
Unfortunately, at that time it was common practice to not mention the musicians, nor the conductor of such records. In this particular case, I found information that the conductor of the Orquestra Namorados do Caribe was the conductor of Rio, hired by the record company RCA Victor Brasil.
The conductor, Carioca, whose name was Ivan Paulo Silva, was born in Taubaté, São Paulo and died in the city of Rio de Janeiro. He performed as in Brazil as an instrumentalist, trombonist, orchestrator and orchestra leader.
The double compact disc for this post was released in Brazil in 1966 by the label RCA Victor and contains the following Beatles songs:
01. Day tripper;