Ibrahim Ferrer: Buenos Hermanos

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Having retired from almost 40 years of performing, Ibrahim Ferrer was shining shoes in 1996 before being approached by Afro-Cuban All Stars’ band leader, Juan de Marcos González. Ferrer then sang on the sessions that would become the original Buena Vista Social Club album, which sold more than eight million copies and catapulted Ferrer to international fame.  Buenos Hermanos was originally released in 2003 prior to Ferrer’s first solo album, Buena Vista Soc
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