Recent Life and Work
In 1994 a CD, Bebo rides again, revived his career.
In 2000, The film Calle 54 by Fernando Trueba brought his piano playing to a wide audience.
In 2003 he and Diego El Cigala, a famous Spanish flamenco singer, recorded the album "Lagrimas Negras", a fusion of Cuban rhythms and flamenco vocals. Valdés has won five Grammy Awards: two for El arte del sabor in 2002, one for Lagrimas negras, and two for Bebo de Cuba in 2006 (in the categories Best traditional tropical album and Best Latin jazz album).
His many compositions included Guempa, Daquirí, Nocturno en batanga, La rareza del siglo, México querido and Ritmando el chachacha.
In 2004 he was again filmed by Trueba, in El milagro de Candeal, in Brazil, and later composed a new score for Trueba's 2010 film Chico and Rita, whose plot included bits from his own life. Chico and Rita ends with the dedication "a bebo".
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