Tito Puente And His Orchestra - Tinguaro / The Willie & Ray Mambo mp3 album
- Performer: Tito Puente And His Orchestra
- Title: Tinguaro / The Willie & Ray Mambo
- Genre: Latin
- Formats: WAV MIDI APE MP2 VOC AHX MP3
- Style: Mambo
- MP3 album: 1902 mb
- FLAC album: 1950 mb
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Dance Mania, Tito Puente's best-known and best-selling album, came ten years into his career, but at a time (1957) when the craze for mambo and Latin music was beginning to crest. Another landmark LP, Pérez Prado's Havana 3 . had been released the previous year, and Prado's "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" had hit number one in 1955. Brassy and swinging, yes, and certainly as precise as a great Latin band could get, but not as torrid as Spanish Harlem dancers would be accustomed to.
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|A||The Willie & Ray Mambo
Written By – Tito Puente
Written By – Israel "Cachao" López
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Side A): TR-45-312
- Barcode (Side B): TR-45-316