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  1. Bossa Nova by Puente, an Album by Tito Puente & His Orch.. Released in on Roulette (catalog no. SR; Vinyl LP). Genres: Bossa nova.
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  2. When he formed his own band in , he took cues from the orchestras of Machito and Count Basie, combining the sophistication of big band jazz with Latin rhythms. Dance Mania (), his bestselling album, is absolute fire. Most of the tracks are Puente-composed originals which include various styles like mambo, son, cha-cha-cha and boleros.
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  3. Dec 05,  · Brazilandia by Tito Puente & His Orchestra from the album Strictly Bossa Nova Released on Not Now Music Download on iTunes: diamarbtagdeurelamichendcotutinho.coinfo
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  4. L'Orchestra Di Tito Puente, La Orquesta De Tito Puente, La Orquestra De Tito Puente, Orch., Orchestra T. Puente, Orq. de Tito Puente, Orquesta De Tito Puente, Orquesta Gigante De Tito Puente, Orquesta Tropical, Tito And His Orchestra, Tito Puente, Tito Puente "King Of The Cha Cha Mambo" & His Orchestra, Tito Puente "Roi Du Mambo Cha-Cha-Cha" Et Son Orchestre, Tito Puente .
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  5. He has been called El Rey del Mambo, El Rey de los Timbales, The King of Latin Music, and with a hundred records and countless epic solos to his name, Ernesto “Tito” Puente -- band leader.
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  6. Bossa Nova: Palladium Y Parece Bobo: Fania Find Tito Puente & His Orchestra discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs All. Year Album Label.
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  7. Tito Puente, American bandleader, composer, and musician who was one of the leading figures in Latin jazz. His bravura showmanship and string of mambo dance hits in the s earned him the nickname “King of Mambo.” The son of Puerto Rican immigrants, Puente grew up in New York City’s Spanish.
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  8. A surprisingly groovy record! Although bossa nova isn't normally Tito's bag, he does a great job here moving into the format – picking up the pace of his usual group with some snapping beats that create a bit of a bossa flourish, even though the overall sound's still firmly in the New York groove of some of his other albums. The approach makes for a nice sound – almost a meeting of.
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