Nano Cabrera joined with Tony Croatto, Silverio Pérez, Josy La Torre, and Irvin García in 1975 to create the rich harmonies of Haciendo Punto en Otro Son. Although he had previously performed with rock bands, the new group offered an opportunity to focus on Cuban and South American musical influences. Featuring Cabrera and the group harmonizing on songs by Puerto Rican poets, including Juan Antonio Corretjer and Luis Llorens Torres, the album included such hits as "Verde Luz," "La Vida Compesino," "Ensillando Mi Caballo," "Mujer De 26 Anos," and "En Vida Todo Es Ir." Following the recording of the band's second album, Oubao Moin, Cabrera and Croatto left the group.
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