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Luis Bofill's "No Me Vuelvo a Enamorar"

Luis Bofill got his start in Cuba's Nueva Trova movement of the late '70s with the group Cuba Nueva. From there, he would cut a mean rug as an exciting interpreter of standards and for generating an infectious blend of jazz, rumba, Latin, and Afro-beat. He's been calling Miami his home since 1994. And his performances, usually intimate affairs, are praised by the caporegime of Cuba's old-school music.

Bofill's shared the stage with Ruben Blades, Mark Anthony, Al Dimeola, Paquito D'Rivera, and Bono. We even showered the accolade of "Best Musical Rejuvenation" back in the 2001 Best of issue and he hasn't stopped the groove.

Download: Luis Bofill - "No Me Vuelvo a Enamorar"

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Abel Folgar