Discussion in 'Salsa Music' started by lyndwode, Nov 30, 2006.
Frank is the " Man "
La Bamba... Salsa. I T (A lot of different versions)
Los Titanes...Tu Son
Juan Jose.. Santiago Ceron
I am confused with this Fuego Bailando ...La Orq Fuego
Voy por ti
The song Limonta wrote to benefit the Cuban victims of the hurricane. they had a big concert the 19th in havana.
DJ Gury Gury's Viejoteca
That's not salsa!!! Get out!
That's some great baby making music.
Love me some Sade, but you might want to check out this thread,
I guess we like keep this thread strictly for salsa:
My first ever on clave dance.
I've actually been listening to the album "Fiesta Grande" by Marvin Freddy featuring a bunch of the most popular Cuban bands. I was surprised because I generally am very skeptical of albums where famous bands sing songs written by someone else. But they are all good dance songs and I find myself really enjoying a lot of them. The one that is least to my taste is with Haila because it's sort of a pan-tropical merengue-ish pop. I am in the process of sending Marvin Freddy some interview questions because he piqued my curiosity - an ENA educated reggaetonero who has written a bunch of timba songs and collaborated with Van Van, Revé, Issac, Paulo F.G. Charanga Habanera, Havana D'Primera, Bamboleo, Tanja Pantoja, El Niño y La Verdad, Los 4, Manolito, Alain Daniel, Maykel Blanco, Haila - and actually done a very good job. Unexpected and interesting. Here are some of the songs.
And El Chacal. But Havana d'Primera was definitely the main event of that night.
I actually thought El Chacal did a very good job and he has some songs I like, although I don't like reggaeton in general. A good performer definitely and a hard-working musician.
I'm on a Vitin Aviles marathon.
Some very decent boleros out there!
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Some very decent boleros out there![/QUOTE]
A dance and music that I wish would get more attention .
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