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Henry Fiol: singer, composer, percussionist, bandleader, producer, painter, and writer.

 

 

Pete Rodriguez was the leader and pianist of a Puerto Rican Boogaloo band from The Bronx in the mid-1960s, sometimes known as Pete Rodríguez y Su Conjunto.

The band's most successful song, "I Like It Like That", made it to the national Billboard charts and has since been covered several times including by Tito Nieves. It was re-recorded by lead singer and composer Tony Pabón for the soundtrack of the 1994 movie I Like It Like That and received renewed exposure as the soundtrack to the main ident at Odeon Cinemas from 1998–2003.

 

 

Bataan was neither the first nor only artist to combine doo-wop-style singing with Latin rhythms, his talent for it drew the attention of Fania Records. After signing with them in 1966, Bataan released "Gypsy Woman" in 1967 (the title track is a Latin dance cover of "Gypsy Woman" by The Impressions). He would, in full, release eight original titles for Fania which included the gold-selling Riot!. These albums often mixed energetic Latin dance songs, sung in Spanish, with slower, English-language soul ballads sung by Bataan himself.

 

 

Performing as a sideman with various singers, Mangual did quite a bit of recording work in New York. It was through working with Erroll that he traveled Europe and the States extensively, playing jazz for a broader audience than he had played before in his prior career

 

 

In 1954 he recorded his first 78 with his first composition, My Mambo.

His first two albums Arriba Cha-Cha-Cha, and Lets Go Latin were recorded with Fiesta records. He recorded Mi Mambo on the Plus label.

He recorded Se Te Quemó La Casa, and Que Chévere for Alegre Records. Orlando then returned to Fiesta Records, for whom he recorded Está en Algo (English: He's Up To Something) which included the smash hit Aprende a Querer. Later, he recorded the first bugaloo album ever recorded, Out of My Mind, for the Brunswick label. Then, he released his albumn Saxophobia.

In 1961, Orlando released his hit charanga record Se Te Quemó la Casa.

 

 

Cita Rodriguez, the daughter of Pete "El Conde" Rodriguez and Frances Rodriguez, was born in the Bronx, New York. While attending Harbor School in Manhattan's Spanish Harlem, she studied flute and was in the chorus. Shortly after, in 1979, she moved with her parents and younger brother, Pete, to Puerto Rico where she continued playing flute at La Escuela Libre de

 

 

Luisito Rosario is an experienced salsa singer who is blessed with a beautiful voice, a charismatic and commanding stage presence, and Hollywood looks.

Luisito was born with a bang, and the fireworks that are common on the 4th of July.  He was raised in Hoboken, New Jersey, and now currently resides in Allentown Pa. where he is focusing on his singing career.  The proximity of New York City, across the Hudson River where salsa started in the sixties, influenced Luisito's formative years listening to all the salsa legends of the decade.  His appreciation for the greats of the era, especially the members of the Fania All Stars, along with his Puerto Rican roots, inspired Luisito to pursue a singing career in this genre of Latin music

 

 

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