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Boomkat Product Review:
"From the mid-30s until approximately 1960, leading Cuban radio stations such as CMQ and Radio Progreso hired the most famous Spanish artists (and also many hustlers who came to America looking for riches) to broadcast the performances and variety shows with live music of Los Chavales de Espaoa, Los Bocheros or Los Churumbeles. The extensive reach of radio and cinema, together with the growing popularization of vinyl, enabled the quick commercial expansion of Cuban music with arrangements of danzun orchestras, sextets of son cubano, and jazz bands Cuban-style. From Rita Montaner and Bola de Nieve to Miguelito Valdes, Antonio Machin, Julio Cuevas, Bebo Valdes and Armando Orefiche. With them, Havana was a party. Half a century before the Buena Vista Social Club."