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  • Arturo Gomez wrote on October 22, 2008 report

    Mark wrote <<<< But then there is the boogie-woogie "Bebo's Blues" that turns Gershwin's "Rhapsody" into a Cuban blues >>>>>

    Actually it was Gershwin who turned Cuban music into "Rhapsody" as he was influnced by Cuban music during his visits to Cuba and the Cuban son of the late 1920s, "Echale Salsita" was the inspration of his "Rhapsody" that quotes "Echale Salsita", pour some sauce on it, a song about a legendary late night Cuban roadside eatery where some folks liked extra sauce spread on their sausage sandwich.