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Pachanga Y Algo Mas

CD (Item 604538) Maype, Early 60s — Condition: New Copy
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Pachanga and plenty more – thanks to a nice blend of rhythms that really make the album sparkle! Instrumentation is heavy on horns, and not the usual mix you might expect from a pachanga album – and the percussion kicks along strongly on most numbers, grooving a good number of tracks in a montuno mode! And although there's a few boleros, even these have a nice edge – kind of a harder bottom than usual, which makes them well worth checking out. Titles include "La Pachanga", "Retozon", "Quedate Como Estas", "A La Timba", "La Mujer Puertorriquena", "Cuando Tu Me Quieras", "Para Gozar Cubita", "Cha Cha Cha Bururu", and "Feliz Ilusion".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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