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El Trio Reynoso

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Through the 1950s while Cuban bolero was overtaking Latin America with tunes performed by Lucho Gatica, Pedro Vargas, and Leo Marini among other popular artists, three Dominican musicians had been captivating folks from rural areas with a fresh style referred to as perico ripiao. Vocalist/accordionist Pedro Reynoso, percussionist Francisco Esquea (aka Pancholo), and vocalist and güira participant Domingo Reynoso laid the foundations of a fresh local mainstream known as bachata-merengue.

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Full Name Trio Reynoso
Music Songs Chanflin, Si Tatico Se Levanta, La Mamajuana, Las Mujeres Ajenas, La Ligadura, La Colora, Cualquiera Llora, La Subidora, Mingo Gonzalez, Conformidad, El Picoteao, Tin Tin Feliciana, Lucero de la Mañana, Compadre Pedro Juan, Oye Mi Merengue, Con el Alma, Emilio, Mi Colega, Aguardiente Ven, Dolores la Buenamosa, La Enramá, La Mujer Es una Flor, El Merequeten, El Café de Comay Juana, Teresita, La Mujer Más Bella, Encalacate Conmigo, El Guaba, El Colita Blanco, La Serranía, Ñico y Matón, El Mosquito, A Llorar Mis Penas
Albums Trio Reynoso Selected Hits Vol. 1, Merengues Con el Alma, Merengue del Cibao, Trio Reynoso Selected Hits Vol. 2, Bien Ripiao, Trio Reynoso's Soy Cibaeno, Merengue, Merengues Autenticos, A Bailar Merengue Con el Trio Reynoso (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks, 1956)

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