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A child prodigy, he graduated from the National Conservatory of Havana at 16, and was the link between the virtuosic pianistic tradition of the 19th-century and the modern age, incorporating jazz and Latin American dance rhythms.
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The song was written and produced by Toussaint, who also played piano on it, including one of the most iconic piano solos in all of pop music. Toussaint recorded a sound that many pianists have tried to imitate.
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Like K-Doe's biggest hit, "Mother-in-Law", Toussaint not only produced it but also played a terrific New Orleans-flavored piano solo.
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