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The music of Cuba, including its instruments, performance and dance, comprises a large set of unique traditions influenced mostly by west African and European (especially Spanish) music. Due to the syncretic nature of most of its genres, Cuban music is often considered one of the richest and most influential regional musics of the world. For instance, the son cubano merges an adapted Spanish guitar (tres), melody, harmony, and lyrical traditions with Afro-Cuban percussion and rhythms. Almost nothing remains of the original native traditions, since the native population was exterminated in the 16th century.
Since the 19th century Cuban music has been hugely popular and influential throughout the world. It has been perhaps the most popular form of regional music since the introduction of recording technology. Cuban music has contributed to the development of a wide variety of genre and musical styles around the globe, most notably in Latin America, the Caribbean, West Africa and Europe. Examples include rhumba, Afro-Cuban jazz, salsa, soukous, many West African re-adaptations of Afro-Cuban music (Orchestra Baobab, Africando), Spanish fusion genres (notably with flamenco), and a wide variety of genres in Latin America.
- Cobarde, Cobarde - Andy Montañez, Roman, Ignacio
- No Perdono el Tiempo - Andy Montañez, Borrego, "Guiro" Jo
- Cordeles - Andy Montañez, Alonso, Curet T
- Te Voy Ensenar - Andy Montañez, Cepero, Paco
- Cuando Yo Te VI - Andy Montañez, Arroyo, Pedro
- Tuyo - Andy Montañez, Cepero, Paco
- El Benjamin - Andy Montañez, Alonso, J. Curet
- Me Lo Estas Poniendo Dificil - Andy Montañez, Blanes, Camilo