When Mambo-Inn appeared, the idea was simply to share the hobby with friends. We wanted to exchange data, ideas, talk about what we like, dream, comment on the newly acquired records, comment on the concert we had attended, organize meetings, talks, recitals. This is how the Mambo-Inn community was born and its growth was very fast.
Now that I remember it, ten years have passed. I’ve just realized that the enthusiasm remains the same and you do not even notice the passage of time. Of course, our premise was always the responsibility, a lot of sense of ethics and respect, try to do the best work and enhance our hobby, a lot of dignity.
Since its inception, Mambo-Inn sought to avoid the sensationalisms and shrillness of communication that wants to impact as of place. Rather, we try to catch up with the news media level, as they come, all for the sake of what we have always considered: That our music is the most beautiful.
However, this would not have been possible without the support of my great friends. First Dr. Luis Delgado-Aparicio Porta, the highest authority in Peru about this musical expression. Likewise, the writer Agustín Pérez Aldave, who believed in this cybernetic medium from the beginning, Dr. Rigoberto Villalta, a scholar in the field, and, finally, the journalist Eloy Jáuregui Coronado, whose pen is a permanent Caribbean feast. They all employees, from here add í and all to that with his notes and writings we keep the d í to the musical events.
That’s ten years. Mambo-Inn is today a portal for the dissemination of Caribbean music.
And we’re still in Salsa … !!!
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