Music. Mambo section, a section in arrangements of some types of Afro-Caribbean music, particularly danzón; the musical form of the same name developed from this section; Albums. Mambo!, a 1954 album by Yma Sumac; Mambo, a 1991 album by Spanish music duo Azúcar Moreno; Mambo, album by Jeff Maluleke; Mambo, album by Remmy Ongala
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Mambo is a Latin dance of Cuba which was developed in the 1940s when the music genre of the same name became popular throughout Latin America. The original ballroom dance which emerged in Cuba and Mexico was related to the danzón, albeit faster and less rigid. In the United States, it replaced rhumba as the most fashionable Latin dance.
"Mambo Italiano" is a popular song written by Bob Merrill in 1954 for the American singer Rosemary Clooney. The song became a hit for Clooney, reaching the Top Ten in record charts in the US and France and No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart early in 1955.
The Mambo Kings is a 1992 French–American musical drama film based on the 1989 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love by Oscar Hijuelos.Directed and produced by Arne Glimcher, the film stars Armand Assante, Antonio Banderas, Cathy Moriarty and Maruschka Detmers.
Mambo is a musical genre and dance style that developed originally in Cuba.
The music video, directed by Jorn Heitmann, features Lou Bega singing and dancing with flappers. An alternate music video aired on Disney Channel, featuring clips from various Disney films and television series, with newly recorded lyrics by Bega dealing with the featured characters. Track listings. CD single "Mambo No. 5" (Radio Edit) – 3:39
Sep 02, 2020 · mambo (countable and uncountable, plural mambos or mamboes) A voodoo priestess (in Haiti) [from 20th c.] quotations ▼ A Latin-American musical genre, adapted from rumba, originating from Cuba in the 1940s, or a dance or rhythm of this genre. [from 20th c.]
Salsa music is a popular dance music genre that initially arose in New York City during the 1960s. Salsa is the product of various Cuban musical genres including the Afro-Cuban son montuno, guaracha, cha cha chá, mambo, and Puerto Rican plena and bomba.