The original Buena Vista Social Club was a members' club in Havana, Cuba, that closed in the 1940s. In 1996 it inspired a record by Juan de Marcos González, a Cuban musician, and Ry Cooder, an American guitarist, and traditional Cuban musicians, some of whom had performed at the club. The record, ‘Buena Vista Social Club’, became an international success, with some of the performers releasing solo albums, and collaborations with famous artists from different musical genres, and the name became a generic term to describe these performances and releases, as well as Cuba’s music between the 1930’s and 1950’s.
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