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Sexteto Juventud – La Juventud Se Impone
Made in Venezuela
Released around 1978
Only 1 left in stock
Sleeve: Near Mint
Sexteto Juventud is a Venezuelan salsa musical group which made great musical contributions to the genre since its appearance. It was founded on Mother’s Day, May 13, 1962, called the Conjunto Rítmico Juventud, which would later become the Sexteto Juventud. It was initially made up of: Olinto Medina as conductor and bassist, Juan Medina on guitar, Arturo López as vocalist, Elio Pacheco on tumbadora, Carlos Croquer on drums and Isaías on bongo.
Shortly after the group was created, the percussionist Elio Pacheco was prevented from remaining in the group but recommended his friend the bongo player Carlos Quintana, who after a few rehearsals was accepted immediately. He made hits on songs such as La Cárcel, A Single Flag, The Law, Spiritually, Tostao Colao, Dressed in White, Get in the Rhythm.