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  1. Sep 18,  · Roberto Roena was a very popular Salsa musician by the time he released Apollo Sound #6. By that time he had already enjoyed a Salsa music career most musicians would envy. He belonged to Cortijo y su Combo, which was one of the most popular bands in Latin music. He then joined Rafael Ithier when he left Cortijo to form El Gran Combo.
  2. Dec 20,  · Song Cui Cui; Artist Roberto Roena Y Su Apollo Sound; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Universal Music Mexico); LatinAutor, Sony ATV Publishing, Abramus Digital, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE.
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  4. Roberto Roena (left) and Puerto Rican Salsa DJ Yun Yun Echevarria at Radio Voz, Carolina, Puerto Rico (s) Born in the Dulces Labios neighborhood of Mayagüez, Roena took his first steps in the art of dance by staging dance routines with his brother Cuqui at his hometown. When Roberto was nine years old, his family settled in Santurce, where the brothers continued to refine their mambo and cha-cha-chá .
  5. Roberto Roena (born January 16, in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico) was a latin and jazz percussionist as well as being a dancer and baseball player. He was a founding member of Puerto Rican salsa orchestra El Gran Combo as well as latin band Roberto Roena y Su Apollo Sound. Roena was also a member of the Fania All-stars with whom he recorded his.
  6. Roena (on his fifth album) recruited vocalist Sammy Gonzalez (from the Tommy Olivencia Orchestra) and issued another hit record (the band managed to score all on Fania/International Records, something of an anomaly in those times). "Cui Cui" (arranged by Jorge Millet) was an obligatory tune for the gaidingsiratavetjuckdetabeccamo.coinfo also includes "Que se Sepa" and his notorious second version of "Ponte Duro.
  7. Roberto Roena y Su Apollo Sound: Mi Música Musical Productions Roberto Roena y su Apollo Sound, Vol. 4: Fania Special Regreso: RR Y Su Apollo Sound 2: Fania La Salsa Mayor: Emusica Records AllMusic | AllMovie.
  8. This hard driven and typical Puerto-Rican/New York style of salsa record begins with a Roberto Roena CLASSIC hit titled Cui Cui which is nice to listen to, fairly easy going and to some extent even fairly musical with a couple of NICE soft mambo arrangements which go so well with the tune and a sort of funny chorus going: "Cui Cui!".

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