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Mambo Loco

by Mambo Loco

Want to travel to Cuba but can't because of politics? Well you don't have to. Mambo Loco brings you the flavor of Havana where the music is hot, hot, hot.
Genre: Latin: Cuban
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cachita
4:16 $0.99
2. Serengeti
4:28 $0.99
3. Cancion Del Alma
4:47 $0.99
4. Pare Cochero
3:50 $0.99
5. Maria Cervantes
4:42 $0.99
6. El Cumbanchero
3:38 $0.99
7. Lagrimas Negras
5:14 $0.99
8. Yay Boy
5:26 $0.99
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Album Notes
Based on Long Island's East End, Mambo Loco can be found anywhere from summertime dance hot spots to major cultural festivals and events to the venerable Stephen Talkhouse and beyond. Together for over a decade they have become a house hold name in the NY tri-state area for their fiery Latin rhythms, spicy Salsa and unabashed affection for the torrid Tango.

Brentwood, NY native Larry Belford, conga and lead vocal, has performed with The Bad Street Boys, Grupo Facinacion, Johnny Pacheco, Charlie Rodriguez and the legendary Celia Cruz and Tito Puente. On keyboards, melodica and vocals, Berklee graduate Bill Smith performed with Monty Alexander, Blood Sweat & Tears, Dr. John and was a member of the influential ska/reggae band, The Skatalites. Puerto Rico native Alfredo Gonzalez on trombone, violin, percussion and vocals, backed The Salsa Cats as a member of Orquesta Mulenze, and in NYC performed with Manny Oquendo y Conjunto Libre. Berklee alumnus and band leader Wayne Burgess (bass and vocals) is a longtime pro who has performed with The Drifters, The Coasters, Johnny Martinez Orquesta and Billy Ekstine.
Mambo Loco performs an impressive array of Latin classics which originated in Puerto Rico and Cuba during the golden age of the 1940s to the 1960s. The rhythms run the gamut from danzon and bolero to guajira and mambo.



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Rosemary McGinn

hot and cool
this is a great blend of hot latin rhythms with some cool jazzy undertones. can't help but dance!

Katie Wall Alvarez

Me gusta mucho especialmente "Cancion del alma"
Yo no puedo esperar para escuchar esto con mi marido cubano.

robert (dj robertito)

awsesome music ,good rhythms,listen to the afrikando number yay boy ,tops.
Good rhythms ,exelent to dance on especialy on yay boy .

Nathan Gerencir

Great piece of work
When my wife and I first listened to this, we couldn't help but move, even though we were driving in the car!. It's catchy and a lot of fun to listen to. We like it so much that we bought four CDs to give out as Christmas presents to our families. So far, we have only heard good things from them about it!