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  1. The Pacific Lowlands — the coastal regions of Panama, Colombia, and Ecuador — experienced a mingling of African and Hispanic cultures after Spanish conquest in the 16th century. This cultural blending is exemplified in Afro–Hispanic Music from Western Colombia and Ecuador, in .
  2. This is an excellent compilation of Afro Latino music. by way of introduction to contemporary musical sounds from the Caribbean, especially from Cuba and Puerto Rico this is a must have compendium/5(27).
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Afro Latino - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  4. Putumayo Presents: Afro-Latino is a Studio Album by Various Artists released in Listen now for free!
  5. Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited Putumayo Presents Afro-Latino by Various Artists out of 5 stars Audio CD. 1 offer from £ Music from the Coffee Lands Putumayo Presents. out of 5 stars Audio CD. 14 offers from £/5(75).
  6. Putumayo Presents: Afro-Latin Party might give the idea of frantic, sweaty rhythms, and mambos and salsas at hyperspeed. Instead, this collection focuses more on the genre called son, with some low-key salsa and rumba thrown in for good measure.
  7. Far from a typical salsa release, Putumayo Presents: Afro Latino is an intriguing compilation that examines the relationship between African music and Afro-Cuban music in the s. African rhythms were instrumental in the development of son, cha cha, mambo, guaguanco, and other Cuban styles that came to be called salsa, and things really became ironic when artists in different parts of Africa 9/

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