Indice - Table of contents
Giras: Buena Fe
Giras: Havana D'Primera
Giras: Calle Real
Reportes: Report From Chicago
Giras: Maykel Blanco y Salsa Mayor
Giras: Gente D' Zona
Reportes: From The St... : Cubadisco 2...
Resenas: Sin Escala - (Unicornio) Releas...
Resenas: La Salsa TIene Mi Son - (Bis Mu...
Giras: Revé, Orquesta
Giras: Wil Campa & La Gran Unión
Giras: Los 4
Giras: Emilio Frias "El Niño" y La Ve...
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History - The First Great Charanga Habanera: 1993-1997
The First Great Charanga Habanera: 1993-1997
With their first big timba hit, Me sube la fiebre, la Charanga achieved an extraordinary degree of popularity in Cuba which they have never relinquished. This band had almost no personnel changes outside of the replacement of singer Leo Vera by Michel Maza and the addition of Danny Lozada as a third lead singer.
Majela Serrano covers each musician in detail in Los charangueros de ayer - pt. 1:
This incarnation of La Charanga produced four of the best and most important albums in Cuban music history. Our album reviews become more and more detailed as they go along, covering each song in extensive detail and telling the overall musical history of the mid-1990s in the process.