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Francis Bay And His Orchestra* - Para Vigo Me Voy (Say ;Si...Si;) (Vinyl)

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  8. Oct 05,  · Pineiro and his group cut a critically acclaimed album for Seeco in Americans vacationing in Cuba acquired a taste for this exotic new sound and brought it home with them. Rhumba also reached the United States via the great Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona, in songs such as "Say Sí Sí" (known in Spanish as "Para Vigo Me Voy") and.

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