(Documentary) (performer: "Quimbara")
(performer: "Azucar Negra")
(performer: "La Negra Tiene Tumbao" (Remix))
(performer: "Te Busco" (1993))
(TV Series) ("La Vida es un Carnaval")
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The Mambo Kings
(performer: "Melao De Cana", "La Dicha Mia", "Guantanamera")
(performer: "Pun Pun Catafu", "Quimbara", "Bambaraka Tunga")
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Sonora Matancera con Celia Cruz | Celia Cruz y su coro Mambo
Did You Know?
"I wanted to be a mother, a teacher and a housewife. But when I began to sing with La Sonora Matancera, I thought, this is my chance, and I'm going to do it." (interview with New York Times where she explained her reasons for becoming the lead singer of the famous Salsa band, La Sonora Matancera).
Left Cuba in 1959, when Fidel Castro came into power. She and her band, La Sonora Matancera, toured Mexico for two years before finally moving to the United States where she has since resided.
Brightly colored costumes and wigs
The Queen of Salsa Music