Cuba (song)  

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"In 1978 they recorded "Cuba". The mix of disco beats, Latin percussion, soulful vocals and a catchy tune propelled the song to #1 in several countries. Like their other hits, it was written and produced by Daniel Vangarde and Jean Kluger, who also recorded hits by Ottawan, Sheila B. Devotion and others." --Sholem Stein

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"Cuba" is a 1978 song by the Gibson Brothers taken from their album Cuba. It was the group's first charting single reaching number 41 in the UK upon its original release however following the success of their following top 10 hit songs "Ooh, What a Life" and "Que Sera Mi Vida (If You Should Go)"; it was re-released in 1980 where it reached number 12 in the UK with "Better Do It Salsa", however, its chart performance did not improve in the U.S.



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