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- A dance craze of cuban origin, popular in the 1950's, a couple's dance in a moderately fast quadruple meter Tito Puente was one of the 'Mambo Kings '.
- Dance of Afro-Cuban origin with a characteristic quadruple-meter rhythmic pattern.
- Acronym for Mediterranean Association of Marine Biological Oceanography, an ICSU project.
- What someone thought the last part of ROTFLMBO stood for Now refers to doing a happy dance.
- A Voudoun priestess who has received the same training as a Houngan, and likewise has 'received the asson '.
- The fusion of Swing and Cuban music produced this fascinating rhythm and in turn created a new sensational dance The Mambo could not have been conceived earlier since up until that time Cuba and the American Jazz were still not wedded The Victor records of Anselmo Sacaras entitled 'Mambo' in 1944 were probably the beginning and since then other Latin American bandleaders such as Tito Rodriguez, Pupi Campo, Tito Puente, Perez Prado, Machito and Xavier Cugat have achieved styling of their own and furthered the Mambo craze The Mambo was originally played as any Rumba with a riff ending It may be described as a riff or a Rumba with emphasis on the fourth beat 4/4' time Originally played by some musicians in 2/4 time with a break or emphasis on 2 and 4 Native Cubans or dancers, without any training would break on any beat.
- Afro-Cuban dance played in 4/4 time; became internationally popular in the 1940s.
- Most commonly referred to as a repeating section of a song, also known as montuno It is often mistaken for a specific type rhythm or song form The dance done during this part of the music also became known as the mambo.