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Billo & His Caracas Boys - Viejo Pero Sabroso album download
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Billo & His Caracas Boys - Viejo Pero Sabroso album download

Performer:
Billo & His Caracas Boys
Album:
Viejo Pero Sabroso
Style:
Latin Pop,Tropical,Cuban Traditions,Latin Jazz,Mambo,World Fusion,Cumbia,South American Traditions
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1376 mb
FLAC archive size:
1877 mb
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Despite all the competition from Cuban and . The sound was mainstream mambo-era big band but with the variations you might expect from a South American group, particularly but not only in the group's excursions into cumbia.

Despite all the competition from Cuban and .

Billo & His Caracas Boys. Biography by Craig Harris. Formed by Santo Domingo-born Billo Frometa shortly after he relocated to Caracas, Venezuela, in 1937, Billo's Caracas Boys continue to perform their unique brand of d music as residen. ead Full Biography.

Billo's Caracas Boys. Profile: Founded 31 Augustus 1940 Members: Singer Kuroky Sánchez, Saxophone and violin Freddy Coronado, and César Espín.

By Billo, His Caracas Boys. PLAY ALL. Billo's Caracas Boys. Released by Piros/Artyvoz Jul 2015 12 Tracks. By Billo, His Caracas Boys.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Billo's Caracas Boys" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Billo's Caracas Boys Album. Billo Frometa left the Dominican Republic for Venezuela on New Year's Eve 1937, and shortly thereafter was the toast of Caracas with his big, brass-heavy orchestra. Famous for his boleros, or romantic songs, Billo's orchestra was fronted by many different popular singers over its long history.

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