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"South Of The Border", Brazilia 70 And The Chico Lopez All-Stars (1970)

“Tijuana” styled music from the 1960’s and 1970’s is a style I enjoy hearing because it reminds me of what was played in our house as I was growing up in SoCal. 86 more words


Machito And His Brother-In-Law

We haven’t featured Latin jazz in quite a while, and even though the subject might bring to mind guys like Xavier Cugat, Perez Prado, and Tito Puente, there were many others who were a big part of the history of the music. 343 more words


Latin Jazz

Thus far, this class has surprised me, educated me, and opened my eyes to many things I wouldn’t normally think about. We’re also very fortunate to have guests come in and perform for us. 166 more words

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Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine: Islam teaches tolerance-not hatred-universal brotherhood-not enmity-peace-not violence. 7,144 members

Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine: Islam teaches tolerance, not hatred; universal brotherhood, not enmity; peace, and not violence. 7,144 members (22 new) https://www.facebook.com/groups/salsamagazine/  

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Sunday Sleep In ~ "Evocación" ~ Arturo Sandoval.

An absolutely stunning piece written by Papa Molina, beautifully arranged and conducted by his son Jose Antonio Molina and played with precision by the Miami Latin Pops Orchestra and Sandoval. 123 more words