Though you wouldn't necessarily lump this in with what most would consider funk, it is funky, and it is Cuban, so the title is accurate. Regardless, it's foreign, it keeps your attention, it's got some good breaks and some oddball period sounds (a tiny bit of synth, etc). The best thing about a well crafted mix like this is that, despite the availability of all sorts of music online, this may be the only opportunity you'll have to hear most of these records, unless of course you're an ardent Cuban music collector. If that's the case you're sure as hell not reading this.
It's posted at Musica del Alma, a blog that hasn't been updated in two years. It's still worth checking out, and a bookmark, particularly if you like Latin music. There's enough there that you won't be able to give it the attention it deserves in one trip (he said, several years after starting to pick through it). This mix, and others over there, are available streaming and as a single mp3. It's an hour long with seventeen songs. Let it run while you go about your business. It's perfect for that. You'll find yourself wanting more. Unless you're one of those one dimensional Western music types that can't see cool beyond rock 'n' roll related boundaries, in which case I can't help you.
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