Chanchullo (literally: "scam", "racket", "hustle") is a studio album by Cuban pianist Rubén González.

- Chanchullo (album)

Between 1997 and 2000, González recorded his next album, Chanchullo, at EGREM Studios in Havana and Angel Recording Studios in London.

- Rubén González (pianist)

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Carlos Calunga, Barbarito Torres and Idania Valdés performing with Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club in 2012

Buena Vista Social Club

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Ensemble of Cuban musicians established in 1996.

Ensemble of Cuban musicians established in 1996.

Carlos Calunga, Barbarito Torres and Idania Valdés performing with Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club in 2012
Abandoned building in Almendares, Marianao, that housed the Buenavista Social Club in the 1940s.
Armónico player and singer Compay Segundo, a prominent figure in the ensemble, in 2002, a year before his death at the age of 95. Born Máximo Francisco Repilado Muñoz but given the nickname Segundo (second), he was traditionally a "second voice" singer providing a baritone counterpoint harmony. On the Buena Vista Social Club recording, Segundo provides both voices on the song "¿Y tú qué has hecho?", written in the 1920s by his friend Eusebio Delfín..
Film director Wim Wenders, who shot the documentary Buena Vista Social Club in 1999.
Guitarist Eliades Ochoa who sang "El Carretero" on the record. In the film, Ochoa is shown playing the song whilst walking alongside a deserted railtrack.
Compay Segundo saying goodbye to the audience at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, Havana. October 2002
Jesús "Aguaje" Ramos and his trombone at the White House, where Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club were received in 2015.

The new success was fleeting for the most recognizable artists in the ensemble: Compay Segundo, Rubén González, and Ibrahim Ferrer, who died at the ages of ninety-five, eighty-four, and seventy-eight respectively; Compay Segundo and González in 2003, then Ferrer in 2005.

Chanchullo (World Circuit/Nonesuch Records, 17 September 2000) – with Ibrahim Ferrer, Eliades Ochoa, Cheikh Lô, Amadito Valdés and Joachim Cooder

Cooder performing in June 2009

Ry Cooder

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American musician, songwriter, film score composer, record producer, and writer.

American musician, songwriter, film score composer, record producer, and writer.

Cooder performing in June 2009
Cooder playing the electric bouzouki in August 2015

Chanchullo (2000) with Rubén González