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El Bárbaro del Ritmo was one of the great voices of Cuban music’s golden age, and this collection struts with all the confidence and contradictions of mid-century Havana. Moré’s agile tenor swings and swaggers on brassy mambos and big-band cha-cha-chas like “La Culebra”, but positively aches on such slow-burning boleros as “Y Hoy Como Ayer”. We absolutely love the classic “Bonito y Sabroso”, which Moré recorded in Mexico with bandleader Perez Prado in the mid-'50s, when Mambo Kings still walked the earth.


Born: 24 August 1919 in Santa Isabel de las Lajas, Cuba

Genre: Salsa and Tropical

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s

Beny Moré is the greatest singer of popular music Cuba has ever produced. Think Frank Sinatra or Nat King Cole and you'll get an idea of how he's perceived in Cuba, and how he should be regarded elsewhere. In the nearly half century since his death, no Cuban vocalist has emerged to fill his shoes, and he remains as close as ever to the hearts of the Cuban people. Few singers in this hemisphere have consistently matched his interpretive gifts, vocal virtuosity, and comfort with a range of styles....
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