Albums: Latin

Verna, Paul
May 1996
Billboard;5/11/96, Vol. 108 Issue 19, p40
Entertainment Review
Reviews the music recordings `Buena Suerte, Senorita,' by Flaco Jimenez and `Agua De Lluvia,' by Dyango.


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