Looking for La Bomba: The Cuban Adventures of a Musical Oaf

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Penguin Books, 2005 - Cuba - 309 pages
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Dissatisfied with a comfortable, but uninspiring life in London, Richard Neill decided he'd like to play double bass on stage with a top Cuban 'Son' band. But he couldn't play bass, he had no discernable musical talent and didn't know any Cuban 'Son' bands. Not put off by mere details, he headed for Cuba.

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Review: Looking for La Bomba: The Cuban Misadventures of a Musical Oaf

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I liked the book (when i re read it), primarily since i met Richard Neill when in Santiago de Cuba... it reminded me of my trip to cuba, the musicality of the people.. although chanchan began to ... Read full review

Review: Looking for La Bomba: The Cuban Misadventures of a Musical Oaf

User Review  - Goodreads

I liked the book (when i re read it), primarily since i met Richard Neill when in Santiago de Cuba... it reminded me of my trip to cuba, the musicality of the people.. although chanchan began to ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue I
1
Childhood Scars and Air Guitars
6
Forgiving Instruments
21
Copyright

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