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One of Ismael Miranda's avant-garde efforts, the vocalist (with the assistance of Jorge Millet and a big band setup) throws in everything but the kitchen sink for the sake of excitement. A rabid guaguancó (the title song), three intricate, fast-paced boleros, a ballad ("Como Mi Pueblo," composed by Wilkins) are just part of the aggressiveness of the production. Underrated in its time, but compellingly brutal, just like most of Jorge Millet's oeuvre. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi


Born: 20 February 1950 in Puerto Rico

Genre: Salsa and Tropical

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Puerto Rican Ismael Miranda became involved in popular music at a young age, participating in different local bands before teaming up with Andy Harlow. He debuted in 1967 with the release of an album recorded along with Joey Pastrana, featuring the hit "Rumbón Melon." In 1973, Ismael Miranda joined Fania All-Stars, getting the nickname of "Niño Bonito" (Pretty Boy) due to his youthfulness. Later, he assembled his own orquestra...
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No Voy Al Festival, Ismael Miranda
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Latino, Music
  • Released: 1977

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