Salsarrica - Colon, Colon album download
|A3||Mira Que Te Come El Coco|
|A5||Mar De Lava|
|B1||El Carnaval Lo Hace El Pueblo|
|B4||Isla De Fuego|
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NotesThe first catalog number appears on the tape, the second on the spine.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: SGAE
|L-086||Salsarrica||Colon, Colon (LP, Album)||Libelula records||L-086||Spain||1992|
Album · 2008 · 12 Songs. Bailando Latino en Canarias Salsarrica. Listen on Apple Music.
Fantasmas (English: "Ghosts") is a salsa album by Willie Colón. The album was released in 1981 during the Romantic Salsa period and gave him a musical vehicle to explore his new interests. Oh, ¿Qué Será?" Chico Buarque - 6:07. Sueño de Papelote" Eladia Blázquez - 4:12. Mi Sueño" Zé Katimba - 6:32. Celo" Tim Maia - 3:58. Amor Verdadero" Eddy Grant - 7:24. Volar a Puerto Rico" Willie Colón - 5:01. Toma Mis Manos" Willie Colón - 6:05.
New York Salsa Salsa Latin Jazz World Fusion Tropical. Boisterous Confident Rousing Spicy Energetic Aggressive Carefree Exuberant Fiery Fun Passionate Playful Summery Visceral Warm Celebratory Cheerful Earthy Organic. Salsa Legende: Best of Willie Colon. 5. Que Bien Te Ves. Willie Colón. 10. Pot Pourri 3. 11. Sin Poderte Hablar.
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Willie Colón has been instrumental in the development of salsa music in the United States and Latin America. A man of many musical talents, his contributions to the development of salsa have spanned more than 35 years. A central pillar of the New York and Latin American musical scene, Colón has led the revolution of salsa and has generated many compositions and recordings. As interpreters moved away from the traditional Latin mambo and shifted more into Latin jazz, a new musical genre that reflected their musical evolution and growth emerged, which is how the now famous rhythm of salsa music was born. Salsa is a unique cultural manifestation of the many Latino cultures interacting in the Barrio area of New York. In 1967, Colón, a 17-year-old high school dropout, cut his first record with fellow Puerto Rican musician Hector Lavoe.
I really hope that I hear more in this album when I get chance to listen to the whole thing, but the snippets aren't leaving me holding my breath. In my opinion this album does not measure up to any of his former albums. if you enjoy some Plena.
Studio album by Willie Colón. Howard J. Blumenthal The World Music CD Listener's Guide 1998 . 7 "The Good-The Bad-The Ugly Fania 484 One of the most important 1970s salsa albums, and one of Colon's best. The sound is distinguished by phenomenally tight twin lead trombones played by Colon and Eric Matos, and by three lead vocalists singing their best: Colon, Hector Lavoe, and Ruben Blades. The playing is tight, fast, and the arrangements (by Colon and Marty Sheller) make the most of the trombones and the varied Latin and Brazilian percussion section