Monguito El Unico - Lassissi Presents Monguito El Unico 1980 - From Africa To Cuba download mp3 album
The Repress was released with the tracking of Side One, and Side Two on the back cover listed differently from those on the labels, and WITHOUT the additional branding of: Exclusively distributed by SACODIS on back cover. Artist is shown on back cover, spine and labels as: Monguito El Unico And His All Star Band. Matrix, Runout (Face A, etched): .
LS 21. Monguito El Unico. From Africa To Cuba (LP, Album). From Africa To Cuba (LP, Album, RE). Palacio.
A new version of Last. From Africa to Cuba (1980). Artwork (current section).
From the same year as the previous Sacodis LP, with Laba Sosseh, is this album, ‘Lassissi presents Monguito el Unico’. tracks; 1 Demuestrame tu que sabes 2 Bailare tu son 3 Echale candela 4 Beto no se ve 5 Manicero 6 En mi casa bailen rumba. This entry was posted in Son by Moos. 2 thoughts on Lassissi presents Monguito el Unico and his All Star Band -From Cuba to Africa, Sacodis 1980
Album · 1979 · 6 Songs. More By Monguito El Unico. See All. Monguito El Unico and Laba Sosseh in . Monguito El Unico In Curaçao. Escuchame - Listen To Me. 1996. Monguito el Único International - EP. 1981. Monguito El Unico & Laba Sosseh.
El Unico! is a afro-cuban jazz music album recording by MONGUITO released in 1984 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Lassissi presents Monguito el unico 1980 FROM AFRICA TO CUBA Salsa colombia NM.
From Africa to Cuba (1980). Monguito "El Unico" (b Ramón Quian, Manguito, Matanzas Province, Cuba; d May 26th 2006, NYC) Afro-Cuban sonero (extemporising salsa singer) with distinctive nasal voice, composer, bandleader, producer; dubbed "El Unico" (The Unique).
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Ramón Quián (died May 26, 2006), better known as Monguito "El Único", was a Cuban vocalist, bandleader, producer and composer. An Afro-Cuban sonero, he had a simple improvising style with a distinctive nasal voice. Monguito performed with Orquesta Mazzuet in his native town before relocating to Havana, where he sang with Orquesta Modernista and Conjunto Modelo. In the 1950s, Monguito el Único moved to Mexico. There he worked with Pepe Arévalo y Sus Mulatos and appeared in three movies.
Como el Macao, 05:09. El Lema del Guaguanco, 08:15. Foreigner Waiting for a Girl Like You. Радио Рекорд - 1980-е. Enjoy Radio - Chillout.