Pacho Galan

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Pacho Galan (1906—1979) was a Colombian composer and band leader of several Colombian music forms, including porro, cumbia, gaita and merercumbe. His songs include Boquita Sala, Rio Y Mar, Fiesta de Cumbia, Cumbia Alegre and Ay Cosita Linda, which became one of his most famous after Nat King Cole recorded his own rendition of the song.

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