El Cha Cha Chá
Cha cha cha, [makes rhythm noise] with the guiro, you know, and the timbales. The son don’t have no guiro or timbales, the son was (inaudible) maracas, bongos and bass and guitar (inaudible), that was it. And then the cha cha cha was the style created by Enrique Jorrin, a guy who played the violin and he put three violins in the orchestra, a flute, wooden, wood flute, timbales, congas, bass and piano. The son don’t have any piano either, you know piano was later on, the cha cha cha was later on.