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  3. Callen Radcliffe Tjader, Jr. was born 16 July 1925 in St. Louis, Missouri to touring Swedish-American vaudevillians. His father tap danced and his…

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  6. There is more than one Manteca:

    1. Cuban percussionist Lazaro Plawho who recorded an album in Miami in the 70s

    2. Formed by sexy Colombian singer…

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    1. Alex Wilson is a Blues guitarist who picked up the guitar at five years old and never put it down. Immersed…

  8. Ralph Robles is a trumpet player and bandleader who had a popular NYC band during the boogaloo era. He was on Fania records.

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  11. Francisco Aguabella (Born on 28 August 1925 in Matanzas, Cuba) is an Afro-Cuban jazz conga player, well-known on the jazz scene since the 1950s.…

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  13. Jimmy Bosch, who was born to parents from Arecibo, Puerto Rico, was raised in Hoboken, NJ, lived in the Bronx, NY for twenty years, played in Salsa…

  14. The group, Caribbean Jazz Project, combines a unique blend of jazz, salsa and all else that originates from south of the border. What sets this…

  15. Tipica 73 is a salsa group formed in 1972 in New York by musicians coming from Ray Barretto's band. The group is notable for its experimental…

  16. Ibrahim Ferrer
    (February 20, 1927 – August 6, 2005) was a popular Afro-Cuban singer and musician in Cuba. He performed with many musical groups…

  17. Johnny Colon is a latin soul trombonist who arose out of the late 60s Spanish Harlem boogaloo scene into musical prominence after his first hit,…

  18. West coast vibist Bobby Montez has been credited with creating some of the most swinging Latin Jazz sounds in the 1950's and 1960's. Bobby's…

  19. In the early 1960s, the combination of traditional African-American music with Latin beats exploded onto the scene and was adopted by such artists…

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