Cowboy Rumba  

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Cowboy Rumba (Palm Pictures, 1999) is an album by Ned Sublette fusing country-western and afro-Caribbean styles including salsa, cumbia and rumba.

The album reached number one on World Music Charts Europe during December, 1999.


Ghost Riders In The Sky, Cheaters' Motel, Feelin' No Pain, That Sad Love Song, Her Point Of View, Ready To Be, Something To Lose, Not Fade Away, Que Electricidad, Cowboy Rumba

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