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Not the all-out percussion affair you might guess from the title – but still a plenty great little album of late 50s Latin from Havana – done with a sweetly syncopated sound on all the tunes! Instrumentation is heavy on flute, violin, and piano – alongside the percussion promised ... LP, Vinyl record album
A Cuban classic from Orquesta Aragon – recorded back in the days when US labels like RCA still had access to music being recorded in Havana! The style here is very much in keeping with the cha cha cha in the title – but it's also very much the Cuban variation, with a slightly more ... LP, Vinyl record album
Lean, lively work from Orquesta Aragon – a set that has the famous Cuban combo firmly hitting the pachanga era with a sweet mix of flute, violin, piano, and percussion! Vocals on some tracks echo an older Cuban mode, with some romantic touches – but the overall instrumentation has much ... LP, Vinyl record album
Orquesta Aragon's set to hit the moon on this one – posed on the cover in front of a cheesy rocket ship, bags packed, and instruments ready to go. The album's one of the group's more obscure ones, but it features plenty of prime mid 60s jamming, and a set list that includes "Aladino" ... LP, Vinyl record album
Juan Formell is at the helm of this classic Cuban group – with titles including "Aqui El Que Baila Gana", "Que No Me Mires Mas Asi", "Ahora Dime Si Me Quieres", and "Que Domingo". LP, Vinyl record album