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Siguen Pa'Lante Y Pa'Lante

CD (Item 604545) Gema/Disco Hit, Early 70s — Condition: New Copy
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It's always a treat to hear from the team of Kako and Totico – and this album's no exception! The pair have a way of coming up with lively interplay right from the start – the energy that would formerly build over time in Kako's early jam session records, nicely brought to the forefront here and combined with Totico's contributions – all to make for an album that grooves strong from the ground up! Titles include "Que Quiere La Nina", "Con Sabor Llego La Rumba", "El Doloroso", "Pongase Duro", "Que Quiere La Nina", and "Ganga Zumba".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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