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Throwback Tuesdays: Orishas

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It's been awhile since the world has heard anything out of the Cuban emigres, Orishas. The group, which captured the hearts and eardrums of world music fans back in 1999, did put out the album, Antidiotico, a few months back, but that was mainly filled with their past hits and didn't offer a whole lot of new material for long-term fans.

Speaking of their hits, I can't help but dial up this old ditty from way back in the day which is probably still bumping in cafes and tapas bars from Madrid to Montevideo.


-- Jonathan Cunningham

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