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The Chakachas
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    (circa 1958- )
    Born in Belgium
    Formed by Gaston Boogaerts
    Henri Breyre (guitar/backing vocals)
    Vic Ingeveldt (saxophone)
    Kari Kenton (vocals/maracas)
    Charlie Lots (trumpet)
    Christian Marc (piano)
    Bill Raymond (bass guitar)
    Recorded 'Eso El Amor' and 'Rebekka'
    Famed for the 1972 classic 'Jungle Fever'
    They were a one-hit wonder in the US.
    The group was composed of studio musicians.
    An American band posed as the group during an American tour (1972).
    'Jungle Fever' was banned due to its heavy breathing and orgasmic moans.
    Their sound melded Latin Soul, funk, exotica and later, erotica.
    Their 1958 hit 'Twist Twist' introduced the Twist dance to Europeans.
    In spite (or because) of the raunchiness of 'Jungle Fever,' the tune went Gold in the US.
    A funky Belgian band? Cool!

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