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Luis Santi

Luis Santi

Luis Santi


In the late 40’s and early 50’s, the Cuban bandleader Luis Santi was a top attraction in the Havana nightclubs, appeared regularly on Cuban television and was a featured artist on Cuban radio station CMQ in Havana throughout the 50’s. His appeal was not limited to the island of Cuba, Luis Santi’s music soon spread to Mexico, South America and Europe. Like so many Cuban musicians of his time, he fled to America shortly after the 1959 embargo. Read more on Last.fm
In the late 40’s and early 50’s, the Cuban bandleader Luis Santi was a top attraction in the Havana nightclubs, appeared regularly on Cuban television and was a featured artist on Cuban radio station CMQ in Havana throughout the 50’s. His appeal was not limited to the island of Cuba, Luis Santi’s music soon spread to Mexico, South America and Europe. Like so many Cuban musicians of his time, he fled to America shortly after the 1959 embargo. One of the first Cuban expatriates to record in the U.S, Santi made some phenomenal recordings in Miami enlisting the talents of other recent expatriate Cuban master musicians such as the famed percussionist Carlos “Patato” Valdes and horn man Negro Vivar. These famed recordings have been among the most sought after tracks by Cuban music fans around the globe for many years, the original vinyl pressings exchanging hands for hundreds of dollars apiece in collector’s markets.

This eagerly anticipated release marks the first CD issue of these famed recordings, for many the missing chapter in the recording history of one of Cuba’s legendary bandleaders. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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