Funny to think it now, but Tito Rodríguez was the grand old man of salsa as it was coming up. His face, at the least, was omnipresent on walls and such all over NYC wherever there was a ballroom devoted to Latin dancing in NYC. In my childhood at least, he seemed to be the 'household god' of East Fourteenth Street, heading over into what had yet to be re-born as Alphabet City. If you have any interest in Latin music, in the way that it developed from the likes and loves of people like Machito and Tito Puente, coming up out of Cuba and the Dominican Republic, into the work of someone like Marc Anthony, you might want to check this man, his music out.
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