(Clockwise from left) Drummer Tiki Fulwood, guitarist Tawl Ross, keyboardist Bernie Worrell, Billy "Bass" Nelson, and guitarist Eddie Hazel of the funk group Parliament-Funkadelic pose for a portrait in 1971. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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It Took A Musician's Ear To Decode The Complex Song In Whale Calls

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Enrique Iglesias' song "Bailando" — with versions in Spanish and in Spanglish — has hit big both on the Latin pop charts and the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. EnriqueIglesiasVEVO/YouTube hide caption

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How Did 'Bailando' Become A Spanglish Crossover Hit?

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