Best known while “Fruko”, Ernesto Estrada (given birth to: Julio Ernesto Estrada) is among the most influential players of pachanga, the rhythmic Latin dance music successor towards the mambo and chacha. Although its origins can be tracked to Cuban-born composer Eduardo Davidson, who documented the hit solitary, “Pachanga,” in 1959, the recognition of the design was sparked from the playing of Charlie Palmieri in the past due-1960s. Using his music group, Los Tesos, Estrada offers resurrected the soul from the pachanga having a energetic, heavily-percussive, strategy. Estrada’s greatest effect has come, nevertheless, as a maker and arranger. Referred to as “The Quincy Jones of Latin music”, Estrada continues to be involved with an extensive list of strike recordings.