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Taishan - Bring De Bongo (Vinyl)

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    Vinyl and CD 1 – 25 of Genre. Show. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; none: MT (2) vs Taishan: MT (2) vs Taishan - Taishan: Bring De Bongo 2 versions: RSI UK: Sell This Version: 2 versions.
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  5. Jukinos
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    Mar 12,  · The bongo is an instrument of great versatility, both thanks to its portability and its ability to fit into an impressive array of genres. Whether you're interested in finding novel applications for the bongo in modern genres, or you're looking to use it in a more traditional context, you'll find it an immensely adaptable instrument.
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  9. Nikotilar
    Bongo drums are characterized by their unique construction. Always attached in a pair, the bongos include two differently sized drums: the smaller "macho" and larger "hembra". With this difference in size comes a slight difference in voice, allowing the bongo player—or "bongocero"—to produce complex and intricate rhythms despite.
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