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a Latin American dance similar in rhythm to the rumba

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And the business, run by the family of Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei, has just added another string to its bow with the launch of Mambo's Express.
Tashan Stevens, 27, was among a number of people stabbed in the mass brawl at Mambo's.
Se trata de Perez Prado y el mambo del escritor Carlos J.
Considerando las multiples versiones sobre su verdadera fecha de nacimiento, el mundo de la musica latina festejo recientemente el natalicio, hace 90 anos, del verdadero e indiscutible Rey del Mambo. Es preciso senalar que el antedicho, bautizado por Benny More como "un chaparrito con cara de foca" llego a este planeta no llorando, como los otros bebes, sino con un grito de guerra mambero: !Aaaaaah!
Wendy Sweatman, the council's mobile leisure manager, said: "The children have a wonderful time at Mini Mambos. The sessions are a great chance for them to socialise with other little ones while playing fun active games."
Mambo Kings is about two Cuban brothers who come to Manhattan to break into the Latin club scene--the one inspiring those Broadway songwriters to add cha-chas.
"Entonces escribi mis mambos. Lo conoci porque lo busque para venderle Mambo 8.
El mambo vino de Cuba (como en el siglo diecinueve el danzon, desde Matanzas, Cuba, con Miguel Failde) y no sabemos bien a bien como se origino.
After examining the multiple existing versions about his alleged date of birth, it appears that the Latin music world celebrated, in recent days, the ninetieth anniversary of the birth of the authentic and indisputable mambo king, baptized by Benny More as "Sealface Shorty" (Chaparrito con cara de foca).
The production includes tasty mambos, chachachas, merengues, Latin jazz and plenty of salsa selections.
The results are in this live recording of mambos and chachachas played in the style and sounds of the Palladium era days, the era which crowned Tito Puente the King.
Has it really taken this long for the Rough Guide to discover mambo? This compilation celebrates the legends and the modern experimentalists of a branch of music that evolved in the Caribbean.
En medio del movimiento biografico, ensayistico y narrativo que en Latinoamerica revisa hoy la importancia cultural de los musicos populares, un gran ausente era Damaso Perez Prado, el creador del mambo. Gracias a un reciente libro de Carlos J.
In late 1949, Perez Prado's recording of Mambo #5 started a new trend that constantly grew in popularity.
Although he has original charts, the quintet cooks on tunes such as Philadelphia Mambo, Guachi Guara, A Night in Tunisia and Alonzo, all pleasant reminders of Cal Tjader and Tito Puente.