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Because of the U.S. trade embargo of Cuba, most of the salsa music that American audiences were exposed to in the 1970s, `80s, and `90s was recorded in New York, Miami, or San Juan rather than Cuba itself (where the styles that came to be termed `salsa` were created). But various forms of salsa and traditional Afro-Cuban music have continued to thrive in Cuba. An excellent compilation, Pinareno: Music from Pinar del Rio focuses on nine bands (and one solo artist, Aldo del Rio) who were active in Pinar del Rio, Cuba in the late `80s. Pinar del Rio is famous for growing the tobacco that is used in Cuban cigars, and it`s also a town that has had its share of musicians. The diverse CD (which was recorded in January 1989) ranges from modern salsa like Grupo Sonorama`s `Todo El Mundo Quiere Bailar` and Orquesta Cumbre`s `Eres Picara Para Amar` to such pre-salsa as Grupo el Organo Pinareno`s `La Negra Tomasa,` Grupo Yarey`s `Como Fuey,` and Conjunto Campesino Cuyagueteje`s `La Cola De Tu Caiman.` Ranging from son and guaracha to rhumba and danzon, some of the more traditional small-group recordings aren`t unlike what you would have heard musicians playing in rural Cuba in the `30s. This is a CD that not only gives us a taste of salsa, but also exposes us to the styles that paved the way for it.