Tú No Me Has Visto Miguel

by Manuel Díaz Alonso, "Caíto" and La Sonora Matancera

This song is about being out on a party when other people are not meant to find out about it. That's why, when finding his friend Miguel, he says 'You Haven't Seen Me, Miguel'

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En Grande

En Grande

The group adapted its name to La Sonora Matancera in 1932. Leaving Cuba, at the advent of the revolution of the 1950s and 1960s.The Sonora Matancera is best known for its harmonic use of four trumpets, a trademark.The band at the time was Celia Cruz's backing band but when Celia left Cuba to U.S.A. more…

Artist: La Sonora Matancera

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Writer:
Public Domain
Publisher:
Tumi Music (Editorial) Ltd
Genre:
Salsa
Instruments:
Piano, Bongos/Congas, Double Bass, Trumpet and Vocals
Regions:
Cuba and Colombia
Tempo:
Medium