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Tango: Cumparsita - Marco Rizo And His Orchestra - For Dancers Only (American Ballroom Styles) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jurg says:
    Dec 29,  · His presentations are not limited exclusively to big band dance music, and feature many colorful and diverse types of aggregations, such as a rumba group, a son sextet and a Latin jazz quintet. Álvarez began fronting son groups in the s, but the bridge between that rootsy music of his youth in Cuba and the urbanized music he embraced in.
  2. Kijin says:
    "Latin" is very specific: it is the music of Cuba, whether in original Cuban form or as reinterpreted by Puerto Ricans. Following the Cuban Revolution, the development of Latin largely moved to New York City, where Cuban ex-patriots and a growing Puerto Rican population enjoyed popularity and momentum among the local and national record-buying public.

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