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Negra Sabrosura - Ray Rodriguez & His Orchestra - Delusion (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Ray Rodriguez & Swing Sabroso have just released their debut album appropriately entitled Baila con Swing Sabroso, which has been getting great reviews by specialized media. For the recording, the group enlisted the collaboration of experienced arrangers Oscar Hernández, Paquito Pastor and Willie Ruiz.
  2. Mano Negra (complete Spanish name: La Mano Negra, sometimes nicknamed La Mano in France) was a French music group active from to and fronted by Manu moocacinimachemotutiherfirsro.coinfo group was founded in Paris by Chao, his brother (Antoine) and cousin (Santiago), all born of Spanish parents with partly Cuban roots. Their songs were mostly in Spanish, English and French, often switching from one language to.
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  5. CD: 1. Frio En Mi 2. Senora Ley 3. Como Lo Hiciste 4. Anhelos 5. Negra Quiereme 6. Camino A Buenaventura 7. Cuando Se Quiere Se Quiere 8. Isabella 9. Sin Rumbo Alguno Ahora DVD: 1. Frio En Mi 2. Senora Ley 3. Como Lo Hiciste 4. Anhelos 5. Negra Quiereme 6. Camino A Buenaventura 7. Cuando Se Quiere Se Quiere 8. Isabella 9. Sin Rumbo Alguno
  6. RAY RODRIGUEZ & HIS ORCHESTRA - DELUSION Label: ALEGRE RECORDS - SLPA Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: USA. Released: Genre: Latin Style: Salsa, Guaguanco.
  7. A fantastic album of soulful jazz – and one that's got a lot more staying power than the macrame craze of the 70s! Don't confuse this Bobby with the Rodriguez who put out some mid 70s salsa albums on Vaya in New York – because this Bobby's a trumpet player from the LA scene, one who worked with Gerald Wilson, and is striking out here on his own in a sweet self-produced set!

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