On the first record label in Colombia. Crescencio was a flute player from Medellin who couldn't read or write, making it easy for label boss Fuentes to take the credits. Baru was the black district of Cartagena, the city where Fuentes started his record business in '34.
Panchos [for Columbia in Mexico]
Nelo Sosa [in Cuba]
Bobby Capo [from Panama]
Benny Moré [with Perez Prado's orch.]
Ninon Sevilla [dancing with a jar on her head]
Rico's Creole [in Paris]
Lucho Bermudez [vocal: his wife Matilde Diaz]
Celia Cruz [with Tito Puente]
Integración [vocal: La India Meliyara]
Gerard Cox [as Nooit Meer Verkering]
Cut by every self-respecting Latin performer.