Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers
"OK, I'm going to pick on someone here...OK...You!...Yes, you...You weren't even born yet when we first played this." Such are the things you can get away with saying if your band has been playing together for the past 40 years. Pucho apparently started his career as a street musician in Harlem, over time playing with folks like Tito Puente and others, while pulling his own band (the Latin Soul Brothers) together, blending the sounds of East and West Harlem in the 60s and 70s to create a vibrant amalgam of Latin jazz and funk. If I were you, I'd make up for the times you missed them (in case it was before you were born), and catch them now. It's not like they're going to be around for another 40 years.
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