Chano Pozo Chano Pozo
Chano Pozo (January 7, 1915 - December 2, 1948) was a percussionist with a musical background from Cuban religious cults. Born in Havana, he played a major role in the founding of Latin jazz, and was a renowned session player. Once Pozo became famous he also became renowned by his sense of fashion: his all-white top hat and tuxedo look predated that of Flavor Flav by at least 45 years. Pozo and an impromptu group of fellow musicians and singers wrote a conga music composition that earned them first prize in the Santiago de Cuba carnival of 1940: "La Comparsa de los Dandys"...

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