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Me Gusta. Otro Dia. Te Me Vas. Asi Fue. The blend of pop and reggaeton, mixed in with folk touches like the introductory Puerto Rican cuatro, and of course, that Azucar Mami - Various - Viva Salsa! - 44 Hot Salsa Tracks (CD) chorus --"Des-pa-ci-to"-- made this the biggest song of Latin music in the s and s was dominated by heartthrob balladeers who sang the songs of great composers.
Then along came Franco de Vita, a Venezuelan with Italian roots who wrote and sang love songs, yes, but intensely personal ones told in a colloquial language that connected with a new generation. One of the many songwriting collaborations between the immortal tango king Carlos Gardel and Alfredo Le Pera, it was originally featured in the film of the same name, performed by Gardel.
The song was inducted into the Latin Grammy Hall of Fame in Gloria Estefan recorded the only English translation in His debut album, the stunning Odisea, clinched the deal with 16 solid hits, spanning from reggaeton to the sparse trap of "El farsante," which opened the door to the possibilities of the genre in Spanish. The song's breadth became apparent in a later remix with Romeo Santos. But he insisted. But its complex harmonies and gospel tinges were frankly revolutionary. The song was eventually translated to English as "Touch the Wind"and recorded by many acts, including The Shirelles and Johnny Mathis.
But the Spanish original reached No. With the catchiest of hooks, Azucar Mami - Various - Viva Salsa! - 44 Hot Salsa Tracks (CD), Yankee had everyone dancing to the dembow beat. It was American folk singer Pete Seeger who took the humble acoustic tune to new heights, when he adapted it and recorded it live at Carnegie Hall in Artists from Celia Cruz to Wyclef Jean have since claimed the song as their own.
They were so good that they not only transcended the island but politics as well, connecting with Latin youth up and down the continent drawn to his poetic, symbolic lyrics. Painting a vivid picture of 17th-century slavery in Colombia, Arroyo gave a Azucar Mami - Various - Viva Salsa! - 44 Hot Salsa Tracks (CD) voice to black culture in Latin America. Vives' nostalgic ode to lost love and lost country forever changed the course of Colombian music.
It introduced vallenato to the world; the genre, to this day, remains broadly fused into all kinds of Latin music. It opened the door for Colombian artists to become global superstars; every Colombian star, from Shakira to Maluma and J Balvin, owes a debt of gratitude to Vives. And the song spawned an entire new musical movement, tropi-pop, that blend of pop and rock with Colombian tropical beats that would become the signature of artists from Juanes to Fonseca.
Did anyone not dance the Macarena? The song went to the top of the charts in Latin America, and gained widespread popularity as a soccer anthem, as part of the Grosse Pointe Blank movie soundtrack, Azucar Mami - Various - Viva Salsa!
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And not just any man, but the ever-poetic Ricardo Arjona, who exalts women in every single verse. The now-legendary Argentine rock trio, fronted by the late Gustavo Cerati, created many songs that are now classics throughout Latin America.
Bachata would never be the same after this classic, penned by Romeo Santos. From his album Trozos de mi alma certified platinum in the U.
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