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  1. La Orquesta De Tito Puente, Orch., Orchestra T. Puente, Orquesta De Tito Puente, Orquesta Gigante De Tito Puente, Orquesta Tropical, Tito And His Orchestra, Tito Puente, Tito Puente "King Of The Cha Cha Mambo" & His Orchestra, Tito Puente (El Rey Del Timbal) Y Su Orquesta, Tito Puente & His Afro Cuban & Afro Cuban Jazz All Stars Orchestras.
  2. The first and best of Tito Puente's percussion-heavy records, Puente in Percussion absolutely sizzles, thanks in part to its roster of drum legends: Mongo Santamaria, Willie Bobo, Carlos "Patato" Valdes, and, of course, Puente himself (who appears on timbales, conga, and bongos).8/
  3. Most of the rock generation is familiar with Tito Puente through Santana's cover of "Oye Como Va" and his appearance in The Mambo Kings. By venturing closer to the source, they will discover what Latin jazz fans have known for years: Puente's intoxicating mix of Big Band jazz and Latin music creates Mambo madness at its finest.
  4. Tito Puente (born April 20, , Spanish Harlem, New York City, New York, USA – died May 31, , New York City, New York, USA) was an American Latin bandleader, jazz, salsa and mambo musician of Puerto Rican heritage.
  5. Tito Puente never performed salsa until later on in his life, in league with other contemporary musical greats of that genre. Salsa was actually developing parallel to Puente's latin jazz movement and thus he cannot be credited with inventing it; actually no one can, as it developed gradually from Afro-Cuban son, charanga, and the like.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Big World Of Tito Puente on Discogs.

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