Típica 73 was an American charanga and salsa band in the s and early s, that was formed by musicians from Ray Barretto's band. "Típica" refers to the typical configuration of a Cuban chararanga while "73" refers to the year that group was. Típica 73 was an American charanga and salsa band in the s and early s, that was formed by musicians from Ray Barretto's band. "Típica" refers to the. Arranged By – Gil Lopez (2) (tracks: A4), Louie Ramirez (tracks: B2), Louie Cruz* (tracks: A1, A3), Sonny Bravo (tracks: A2, B4), Tipica 73 . Profile: Adventurous salsa band formed late '72, its history epitomises the fragmentation of bands that occurred during '70s salsa boom. They began as a two. TIPICA 73 is a afro-cuban jazz music artist. This page includes TIPICA 73's: biography, official website, pictures, videos from YouTube, related forum. In his liner notes for the original LP, Sonny Bravo wrote that the Típica 73 repertoire and arrangements heard on this recording actually. The long-running salsa/Latin jazz outfit Tipica '73 originally formed in New York during , drawing inspiration by the likes of Tito Puente. One, you have this album which features the superb Adalberto Santiago on vocals. "A Mi Que" is a great sound with a fantastic trombone by Leopoldo Pineda solo. It has to be said: Tipica 73 was one of the best bands to come out of NY in the 's. They represented (and still represent) the bridge between. Típica 73 discography and songs: Music profile for Típica 73, formed Genres: Salsa. Albums include The NuYorican Funk Experience: Salsa caliente de.
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