|8||La Cachimba De San Juan||2:07|
|10||Son De La Loma||2:44|
|11||Donde Estabas Anoche||2:56|
|12||No Me Pidas Madre||2:18|
|16||Los Rumberos De La Habana||2:41|
|17||Te Fuiste De Mis Lado||2:25|
|18||Canta La Vueltabajera||4:18|
Founded by Havana-born bassist and vocalist Ignacio Piniero in 1927, Septeto Nacional De Ignacio Piniero have played an important role in Cuba's music for more than seven decades. Pioneers of Son, a rhythmic blend of African and Cuban music that evolved into Salsa, the Mambo, and Latin jazz, the group was the first Son band to incorporate trumpet as a lead instrument. Attracting global recognition with their performance at the World Exposition in Seville in 1928, Septeto Nacional De Ignacio Piniero were, reportedly, the first band to mention "salsa" in a song, "Echale Salsita," recorded in 1933. The song, composed by Piniero, was adapted by George Gershwin for the opening theme of his "Cuban Overture." Since Piniero's death in 1968, following 41 years at the band's helm, Septeto Nacional De Ignacio Piniero has been directed by a series of leaders.