I have - again - been hit by a sudden interruption of service on the part of the network provider. The problem appears to have been solved, so I hope to get back to posting tomorrow.
These challenges are slowly getting the better of me and are increasing my desire to be off and away. But I still have four weeks to go until I can do that....
Anyway, I will see what I can do to compensate for time lost.
As an appetizer here is a single by Orchestre Poly-Rythmo. I especially like the B-side: a version of "Que No Muera El Son", another multi-covered Cuban classic. I am not sure, but I think it was first performed by Cheo Marquetti. The song was also covered by Franco in the 1960s. I just love these mumbled gobbledygook-hispano tracks...
Les Shleu-Shleu a New York Mini Records 1973
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