Rumbavana, one of the older groups in Cuba, is also one of the best run. It plays deep, salsa, with sophisticated horn charts, direct in the big band lineage, along with a thick four person coro, and seriously good lead singers. The writing is fine, with two pieces by Adalberto Alvarez. This stuff reminds me of the best of Puerto Rican salsa, but with Cuban singers singing about Cuban things. This is a D.J.`s dream, in part because the tempos, and the time feel are just simply so perfect. It`s a dancer`s paradise, also, with good breaks, nice coros, good soneos, all adding up a project with no drawbacks.