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  4. The most remarkable of the pioneering rock 'n' roll women in the s who recorded fierce, unapologetic rockers like "Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad," "Fujiyama Mama," "Let's Have a Party," and her own "Mean Mean Man," yet failed to achieve mainstream popular success in that style.
  5. Tito Rodriguez and His Substitute Band Boy. By Hector Aviles Last [This is a fictional short story based on historical events in Latin music.] It was early on a Wednesday evening, and Carlos was exhausted already. went looking for his Mambo Aces partner Mike Vazquez. Carlos arrived at the equipment trunk with another baseball slide. By.
  6. Latin soul, including boogaloo (bugalu), shing-a-ling, jala jala, and pata pata (after the Miriam Makeba song), is one of New York's best-kept cultural secrets.
  7. A guitarist and inventor, designed his own eight-track tape recorder and began in to release a series of popular recordings featuring his own playing, overdubbed to sound like an ensemble of six or more guitars. Frank (Francis Albert) Sinatra (–98): Born in Hoboken New Jersey into a .

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