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Published 24.07.2019 by

El Tecnopop - Sano - Latino Body Music Vol. II (Vinyl)




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    May 27,  · Un (pequeño) ejemplo de una de mis sesiones Truman DJ set, con música que me inspiró mientras realizaba mi primer disco. Tecno y synth pop a .
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    The s and pre-Beatles s were the golden years for Latin musicians with acts like the 'Mambo Kings' having the country dancing to the music of Tito Puente, Perez Prado and Xavier Cougat while Desi Arnez was singing "Babalu" on TV and tourists swarmed Havana to enjoy the warm Caribbean breezes and hotter nightclubs.
  8. Togal said:
    Latino Body Music Vol. II by Sano, released 1. El Tecnopop 2. El Juancho 3. No Quiero Nada Contigo On Latino Body Music Vol II Sano continues to explore his musical heritage connecting the dots between tradition and news. For this record he picks up the “Champeta” style that had its origin in the streets of Colombia. The mix of repetitive rhythm patterns and chants performed by.

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