Celia Cruz & Friends: A Night of Salsa
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Celia Cruz & Friends: A Night of Salsa is taken from a PBS broadcast recorded in Hartford, CT, on May 12, 1999. With the help of Tito Puente, Johnny Pacheco, La India, and Isidro Infante & the RMM Orchestra, Cruz prances her way through an assortment of career favorites like ''Mi Vida Es Cantar'' and ''Azucar Negra'' and more traditional Latin classics like ''Guantanamera.''.
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