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Ray Barretto, the world's greatest conga player
Here's a song you'll like [quicktime] Acid . And another: Indestructible
Last summer I missed an opportunity to go see him. Very upsetting.
Feb 20, 2006 in Dancing Salsa | Permalink
Downloaded both songs and liked them both. Its the first time I listened to this kind of music.
This is irrelevant to this post, but would it be possible for you to point to http://www.samuelselvan.squarespace.com
rather than my blogspot blog. I no longer sync it with my Squarespace blog.
Feb 23, 2006 at 10:21 PM
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