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Oye Como Va - Tito Puente - The Best Of The Concord Years (CD)

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  1. Sarr
    07.01.2020
    About Oye Como Va "Oye Como Va" is a song written by Latin jazz and mambo musician Tito Puente in Mexican-American rock group Santana's rendition further popularized the song, which reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot , number 11 on the Billboard Easy Listening survey, and number 32 on the R&B chart.

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  2. Tautilar
    31.12.2019
    Original Dance version of a song written and composed by Latin jazz and mambo musician Tito Puente in and popularized by Santana's cover of the song in on their album Abraxas [Note: This product is an authorized CD-R and is manufactured on demand].

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  3. Brazahn
    03.01.2020
    This two-CD compilation of Tito Puente's prodigious Concord run is a superb introduction to "The King of Timbal" in his prime. His Latin Jazz Ensemble and Orchestra included stalwarts Sonny Bravo (piano), Jimmy Frisaura (trumpet), Mario Rivera (saxophone), Bobby Rodriguez (bass), and percussionists Josi Madera and Josi "Papo" Rodriguez/5(6).

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  4. Mezil
    04.01.2020
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tito Puente - The Best Of The Concord Years at Discogs. Complete your Tito Puente collection/5(2).

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  5. Gozilkree
    02.01.2020
    "Oye Como Va" (Tito Puente) "Hey Boogie Woman" (Bill Bartlett) "Novus" (Santana, Szabó, Walter Afanasieff, Greg DiGiovine, Ritchie Rome) Tour dates Concord: Chronicle Pavilion: July 12, Mountain View: Shoreline Amphitheatre: July 13, Chula .

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  6. Grokree
    31.12.2019
    Producing a compilation of the music of someone like Tito Puente is no easy task. With scores of recordings where do you start? What (compilation) merits the epithet “the best”? In this instance it’s easy to think that you can get away with it by adding the words “Concord Years”. But does that really make it a “best.

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  7. Tojazragore
    30.12.2019
    His appeal continues to cut across all ages and ethnic groups, helped no doubt by Santana’s best-selling cover versions of “Oye Como Va” and “Para Los Rumberos” in , and cameo appearances on The Cosby Show in the s and the film The Mambo Kings in

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  8. Dulabar
    01.01.2020
    Ernesto Antonio "Tito" Puente (April 20, – May 31, ) was an American musician, songwriter and record producer. The son of Ernest and Felicia Puente, native Puerto Ricans living in New York City's Spanish Harlem, Puente is often credited as "The Musical Pope", "El Rey de los Timbales" (The King of the Timbales) and "The King of Latin Music".He is best known for dance-oriented mambo.

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