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Shrine Club Of Puerto Rico Steel Band  album flac
  • Performer: Shrine Club Of Puerto Rico Steel Band
  • Genre: Other
  • MP3 size: 1134 mb
  • FLAC size 1430 mb
  • Formats MIDI VQF VOC XM RA DMF APE

Shrine Steel Band ‎(LP).

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From San Juan, Puerto Rico, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico are the most successful Salsa group of all time. Since forming in 1962, the band have released over 60 studio albums and earned the honorary title of La Universidad de la Salsa (The University of Salsa). To the average music fan it can be slightly surreal to learn about bands like El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. The album was an instant hit, being certified Gold and making a name for themselves in New York, Panama and the groups native Puerto Rico. The rest of the sixties were just as good to the band; however, this lead to overexposure and in 1970, their contract with Gema wasn’t renewed. The band may have had a revolving door policy to membership from day one but they’ve kept the Salsa flame alive through sheer passion and talent.

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