Colombian arranger/composer Lucho Argain (born Luis Guillermo PÃ©rez CedrÃ³n) made his first record in 1959 after signing up to Antonio Fuentes Estrada's label Discos Fuentes. Soon, the talented musician and the visionary entrepreneur teamed up to assemble a major orchestra inspired by the success of Cuban Sonora Matancera. Unfortunately, the original group disbanded in 1963. In 1975, Julio Ernesto Estrada Rincon, also known as Fruko, re-formed Sonora Dinamita. In 1981, La India MeliyarÃ¡ became their leading vocalist, making successful records, including the Cumbia classic "Mi Cucu." ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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