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Latin jazz, especially Cuban music, was wildly popular in the 1950s and my dad’s collection has plenty of examples of that. That popularity is partly because of the artist you are about to hear. He’s really known for his mambo recordings. This style of music is just a slower tempo. But not much slower.

So, get ready to hear The King of Latin Jazz in Volume 138: Cha Cha With Tito.

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Credits and Copyrights:

Tito Puente And His Orchestra – Let’s Cha Cha With Tito Puente And His Orchestra
Label: RCA Victor – LPM-1392
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono, Indianapolis Pressing
Released: 1957
Genre: Latin
Style: Cha-Cha, Guajira

We will hear 6 of the 12 songs from the album.

Lindo Cha-Cha
Written by Tito Puente

Let’s Cha-Cha
Written by Ray Coen

Habanero
Written by Ray Coen

Just For You
Written by Johnny Conquet

Cha-Cha Fiesta
Written by Johnny Conquet

Cubarama
Written by Tito Puente

I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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