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El Carabine - Damiron - His Piano And Rhythm : Piano Merengues Vol.2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. “The mission with this series is to choose recordings from the s and 50s that not only were influential in the s but also have good to excellent recording fidelity and could be an aid not only in advancing people’s understanding of the origins of salsa but also serve as a DJ tool to show that there was an earlier version of a hit that the casual salsa fan may not know about.
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  3. chapuseaux damiron y sylvia de grasse (1) damiron his charanga (1) damiron con su piano y ritmo (1) damiron con su piano y su ritmo (1) damiron y chapuseaux que merengue (1) damiron y chapuseaux y su conjunto (1) noro morales with damiron his orchestr (1) tony martinez damiron don elliott (1) Title Format Record grading.
  4. Jun 18,  · In its name, the band claimed to be authentic (tipico) El Cibao music - this is the region in north Dominican Republic, where merengue had its origins. The tipico merengue features a slightly faster tempo, and keeps the accordion sound, as opposed to the jazz-influenced music of Luis Alberti who had adapted merengue to a more urban ethos in the.
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  6. "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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