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Trio Matamoros|El Cubanism Trio Matamoros, Vol. 3 (Trio Matamoros)

El Cubanism Trio Matamoros, Vol. 3 (Trio Matamoros)

Trio Matamoros

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Alegre peticion
00:03:04

Trio Matamoros, Ensemble

2
Porque Pasaron Rapido Aquellos Dulces Ratos?
00:02:43

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3
Las Maracas de Cuba
00:02:51

Trio Matamoros, Ensemble

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Maruja
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Lagrimas Negras
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El Ingenio
00:03:19

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Oye Mi Conga
00:02:53

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Al Orilla del Guaso
00:02:40

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El Regreso del Amor
00:02:35

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Son de la Loma
00:03:37

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Soy Maraquero
00:02:30

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Hojas para Banos
00:03:56

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