Pachanga? Cha Cha Cha? We'll take it – especially with results this great! The groove here is different than the usual albums of the mode at the time – as most numbers have a brassy finish over the top, which changes the pachanga instrumentation to a bolder vibe with some nice use of trumpet – a slight variation, but over more conventional rhythms – which makes for a mighty nice blend. The cha cha tracks are nicely different, too – complicated in that newer freedom that some of the smaller Latin combos were finding at the time – really marking a nice shift away from the bigger bands. Tito Rodriguez sings on the record – and titles include "Guajira Dancers", "Me Voy Pa Las Villas", "Baila Mi Gente", "Caimitillo Y Maranon", "El Cha Cha Cha Las Doce", and "Vuela Vuela La Paloma". © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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