The Sonora Matancera is, as its name indicates it, a group of Its Cuban of Matanzas ( Sonora = group of Its Cuban and Matancera = of Matanzas, a town of Cuba). The group, which was called in the beginning Septeto Soprano (it takes the name of Sonora Matancera in 1932) was formed by Valentine Cane (musical director until the end of the years 1930), the Bassiste Pablo " Babu" Vasquez, the singer Eugene Perez, the Manual timbalero " Jimagua" Sanchez, the Trumpet player Ismael Goberna, the Guitarist Domingo Medina, Jose Manuel Valera, Julio Gobin, and Juan Llopiz Baptist. Daniel Santos, Bienvenido Granda, Nelson Pinedo, Alberto Beltran, Bobby Capo, Carlos Argentino, Myrta Silva, and the very famous Celia Cruz. Other musicians also played of the Bongo S, of the drums Batá, the Accordéon and the Orgue Hammond. At the time of the revolution, the group was exiled with New York and contributed to the advent of the Salsa. The group is that which with greatest longevity and it is registered for this reason in the Livre Guinness of the records.
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