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Sexteto Habanero- India Inglesa (Son)
 
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Recording from the well renowned sexteto. I know one of the one of the two leading voices is Abelardo Barroso. I'm not sure who he's alternating voices with.
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Cuarteto Machin- Echale Salsita(Ignacio Piñeiro)
 
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This is a recording of Antonio Machin as a leading vocalist with Daniel Sánchez being the backup(1930s) in NYC. Instead of a traditional Son lineup with 6 musicians, this was a Son Cuarteto consisting of a Trumpet, Tres, Guitar, and Maracas. Antonio Machin- Maracas/Claves and leading voice Plácido Acevedo- Trumpet Cándido Vicenty- Tres Daniel Sánchez- Guitar and leading voice I can't list these members in the photo in accordance to the lineup as I can't identify them visually. I can only pinpoint Antonio Machin who is on the far left. One thing to note is that Machin was the only Cuban while the other members were Puerto Rican nationals.
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Orquesta Aragon- Te Sequire Esperando(Bolero-Cha)
 
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The most well known charanga. Enough said
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Benny More y Su Banda Gigante- Ay Como me Gusta (Merengue Tipico-Mambo)(1955)
 
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After Benny More had spent his early recording years in Mexico, he traveled back to Cuba in the early 1950s to form an orquesta mainly comprised of Afro Cubans as an attempt to combat Cuban racism. This specific recording is a Merengue with native Cuban instrumentation.
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La India De Oriente Con Trio La Rosa- No puedo perdonarte(Bolero)
 
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La India De Oriente (July 29 1920 - March 25, 2006), one of the well renowned artists to ever hail from Cuba. Before she made a solo brand for herself, she recorded a number of Boleros with a Guaracha trio, Trio La Rosa.
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Conjunto De Arsenio Rodriguez-Buenavista Guaguanco(Luis "Lilí" Martínez Griñá)(Guanguanco)
 
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This was recorded live on Havana radio in 1948. As you can hear, the leading voice is of no other than Miguelito Cuni. Chappottin is heard on the horns while Papa Kila is given space to display his perfected bongo skills.
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Estrellas Cubanas(1960s)
 
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A clip from a documentary. I have no further information.
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Rosendo Ruiz Jr. y su Típica del ’60 – Corazón Caprichoso
 
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Rosendo Ruiz Jr(1918-2009) was the son of Rosendo Ruiz who is credited for being one of the founders of Trova music. Ruiz Jr was the composer of popular Cha Cha Cha song titles, such as "Rico Vacilon" and "Los Marcianos." In 1960, he formed his own orquesta(originally Farjado's orquesta) to record some charangas that were described to be euphorically melodic. You can hear it in this particular audio.
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Carlos Barbería y su Orquesta Kubavana- El mayombero(1958,1959)
 
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Trumpets: Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros, Alejandro "El Negro" Vivar, Miguel Hernández. Trombone: Tomás Hernández. Saxofones: Wilfrido "Mosquito" Gelaver, Tomas Vazquez, Homero Bentancourt, Geraldo Maldonado, Pedro Ruiz. Piano: Raul Reyes. Acoustic Bass: Reinaldo Mereier. Timbales & Drum set: Guillermo "Barretico" Barreto & Ana Gomez. Tumbadoras: Oliveiro Valdez. Bongoes: Clemente "Chicho" Piquero (bongocero for the Benny Moré Orchestra) -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
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Orquesta Aragon-Lo So Bien
 
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Orquesta Aragón was formed on 30 September 1939, by Orestes Aragón Cantero in Cienfuegos, Cuba. The band originally had the name Ritmica 39, then Ritmica Aragón before settling on its final form.[1] Though they did not create the Cha-cha-cha, they were arguably the best charanga in Cuba during 1950s and 60s. Their trade-marks included high-class instrumentalists playing in tight ensemble style, and rhythmical innovations which kept their sound up to date. Over the years they progressed from their start as a danzoneria to play a wider variety of styles, danzón, then cha-cha-cha, then onda-cha,[2] pachanga and son fusions. They still perform today, based in Havana.
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Joseíto Fernández Con Orquesta Aragón - El Día De Mañana ( Bolero Cha Cha Cha)
 
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Joseíto Fernández Orquesta Aragón - El Día De Mañana ( Bolero Cha Cha Cha)
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Esther Forero Con Bimbi y su Trío Oriental - La Culebrona(Porro, 1952)
 
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Esther Forero from Colombia worked with Bimbi y Su Trio Oriental. Genre:Porro Year:1952 http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esther_Forero
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Orquesta Tipica Juventud -Aqui En Mi Cuba
 
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Charanga from Santiago de Cuba. Not much information is available about this Charanga.
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Orquesta Neno Gonzalez- Oye Mi Queja
 
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Neno Gonzalez was a conductor who started an Orquesta in 1923.Its musical integrity allowed it to transcend genres and eras. Believe it or not, but Orquesta Neno Gonzzalez was one of the most prolific Charangas in the 1940s, 50s, and 60s. Many Charanga enthusiasts would candidly mention how it could rival Orquesta Aragon.
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Orquesta Loyola - Lo Sabe Isabel(Pachanga)
 
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This is a Pachanga from Orquesta Loyola that was founded in the early 50s under the guide of Efrain Loyola(was an original member of the first generation of Orquesta Aragon). The Charanga is said to have originated in Cienfuegos. Efrain Loyola(1916-2011)
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Orquesta Sensacion-No te Agites
 
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Orquesta Sensacion with Abelardo Barroso.
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Arsenio Rodriguez & Su Conjunto-Adios Roncona(Columbia Matancera)
 
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Rumba recorded in the 1940s with Arsenio Rodriguez and his Conjunto. The leading voice sounds to be of Rene Scull.
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Orquesta Estrellas Cubanas-La Pachanga
 
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This is a recording of a Pachanga from one of the well renowned charangas from the Cha Cha Cha era. Pachanga was a Charanga based genre, which was started in Cuba. Its most distinctive feature was the presence of the Dominican percussion(El Dominicano Derecho) found in Merengue.
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Rosendo Ruiz Jr. y su Típica del ’60 – Azúcar
 
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Rosendo Ruiz Jr(1918-2009) was the son of Rosendo Ruiz who is credited for being one of the founders of Trova music. Ruiz Jr was the composer of popular Cha Cha Cha song titles, such as "Rico Vacilon" and "Los Marcianos." In 1960, he formed his own orquesta(originally Farjado's orquesta) to record some charangas that were described to be euphorically melodic. You can hear it in this particular audio.
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Arsenio Rodriguez & Su Conjunto-Todos Seguimos la Conga(Conga)
 
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Recording from the late 1930s The conga line is a Cuban carnival march that was first developed in Cuba and became popular in the United States in the 1930s and 1950s. The dancers form a long, processing line. It has three shuffle steps on the beat, followed by a kick that is slightly ahead of the fourth beat. The conga, a term mistakenly believed to be derived from the African region of Congo, is both a lyrical and danceable genre, rooted in the music of carnival troupes or comparsas.
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Estrellas Cubanas -Pachanga Cubana
 
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Estrellas Cubanas -Pachanga Cubana
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Esther Forero Con Bimbi y su Trío Oriental - La Piña Madura(Porro, 1952)
 
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Esther Forero from Colombia worked with Bimbi y Su Trio Oriental to record a Colombian genre known as Porro in 1952. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esther_Forero
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Abelardo Barroso y la Orquesta Sensación - Los carnavales de Oriente
 
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Charanga recording of Carnaval music held annually in the Oriente Province.
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Esther Forero Con Bimbi y su Trío Oriental - El Tutumito(Porro, 1952)
 
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Esther Forero from Colombia worked with Bimbi y Su Trio Oriental. Genre:Porro Year:1952 http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esther_Forero
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Rosendo Ruiz Jr. y su Típica del 60 -Cha Cha Cha De Los Envidiosos
 
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-uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
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Orquesta America-Los Rolos
 
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Charanga of Enrique Jorrin, who is credited for creating Cha Cha Cha.
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Carlos Barbería y su Orquesta Kubavana-Tu Recuerdo y yo(1958,1959)
 
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Trumpets: Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros, Alejandro "El Negro" Vivar, Miguel Hernández. Trombone: Tomás Hernández. Saxofones: Wilfrido "Mosquito" Gelaver, Tomas Vazquez, Homero Bentancourt, Geraldo Maldonado, Pedro Ruiz. Piano: Raul Reyes. Acoustic Bass: Reinaldo Mereier. Timbales & Drum set: Guillermo "Barretico" Barreto & Ana Gomez. Tumbadoras: Oliveiro Valdez. Bongoes: Clemente "Chicho" Piquero (bongocero for the Benny Moré Orchestra)
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Candita Batista y Orquesta Tombores Bata- Rica pulpa(Pregona)(1960)
 
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-uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
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Arsenio Rodriguez & su Conjunto-Masango(Guanguaco)
 
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Recording from the 1940s
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Orquesta Almendra de Abelardito Valdés - Oye Morenita (Cha Cha Cha)
 
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Orquesta Almendra with Dominica Verges doing the vocal
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