Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Pozo, C. Cal Pozo's learn to dance in minutes. Salsa and merengue [VR] 1996.
- found: Salsa Lover Hotfoots It Onto the Internet by CHRIS GEITZ, Los Angeles Times, Jan. 13, 1999 ("Mambo, which is the basis of all salsa dancing, means 'medicine of the gods,'" says Edie Lewis, Salsa Freak and author of the website Salsaweb.com)
- found: Sultry salsa sweeps dance floors from Tokyo to Turkey by Jill Serjeant, Reuters, June 14, 1999 ("In Cuba they have been doing it for almost a century, in New York it took off in the 1950s. Now salsa is spicing up dance floors and night clubs from Tokyo to Turkey in an explosion of hip-shaking, sultry Latin rhythms ... Popularised by movies like "Dance With Me," "Mambo Kings" and "Dirty Dancing," salsa is whipping up a storm across Europe and Australia and has a huge following in such unlikely places as Japan and Germany ... Two years ago, 15 countries took part in the first World Salsa Congress in Puerto Rico, where modern salsa evolved at the turn of the century from Cuba's "son" peasant music that also developed into the mambo music of 1950s New York.")
- 1999-10-27: new
- 2000-04-25: revised
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