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Jorge Luís Piloto

Songwriter Jorge Luís Piloto enjoyed an extended and prolific profession as a modern Latin pop hitmaker. He composed songs for many performers, included in this Chayanne, Rey Ruiz, José José, Luis Enrique, Jerry Rivera, la Mafia, Frankie Negron, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Francesca Cezan, Lourdes Robles, Willie Gonzalez, Yolandita Monge, and …

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José Luis Rodríguez

Venezuelan vocalist/percussionist Jose Luis “Un Puma” Rodríguez offers recorded with a lot of Latin music’s most prominent skills, including Julio Iglesias, Ed Calle, Emilio Estefan, Jr., Julio Hernandez, Lola Flores, Pedro Infante, and Rita Quintero. During the period of his decade-plus documenting profession, Rodríguez’s range provides spanned boleros, mariachis, norteño …

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Luis Damón

Salsa vocalist Luis Damón was raised in NY of Puerto Rican parents. His debut recording, 1996’s Single, was accompanied by Em virtude de Estar Contigo 2 yrs later on. A self-titled work made an appearance in 1999.

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Dimensión Latina

Dimensión Latina was Venezuela’s top band on the elevation of salsa’s popularity in the united states through the 70s. Originally produced in the first 70s, a music group bearing their name continuing to exist in to the 90s. They started like a sextet, in the beginning known as Oscar Y …

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Luis “Perico” Ortíz

Skilled trumpet player Luis “Perico” Ortiz got involved with music while their studies at Puerto Rican Conservatory, joining the neighborhood symphony orchestra at age 18. In 1970, the Latin jazz and salsa performer relocated to NY, soon working alongside Mongo Santamaria, Tito Puente, and Tito Rodríguez, among additional artists. After …

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Rolando Sanchez

Originally influenced simply by his parents, Nicaraguan Rolando Sanchez became involved with music in the 1960s, when his family made a decision to settle in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA. After going to several shows by Latin rock and roll outfits such as for example Malo, Azteca, Sapo, and Santana, …

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Johnny Pacheco

Relocated to NY during the past due ’40s, Johnny Pacheco discovered to try out sax, percussion and flute in senior high school. In Sept 1959, he still left Charlie Palmieri’s flute and strings orchestra to arrange his own. Along with his initial recording, Pacheco con su Charanga, released by Alegre …

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Roberto Torres

Miami-based Torres is definitely perhaps most obviously for his fusion of Cuban and Colombian music to generate Charanga Vallenata.

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Salsa Celtica

When a music group is reported to be fusing Afro-Cuban salsa and Celtic music, somebody who hasn’t heard their function might expect possibly (1) a thing that is incredibly unconventional, or (2) a complete train wreck. However the music of Salsa Celtica is normally neither of these things; honestly, Salsa …

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Johnny Rivera

Vocalist Johnny Rivera was created and raised within the bosom of the Puerto Rican family members settled in New York’s Bronx, and studied in Manhattan’s Benjamin Franklin SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. After a short-term stop by at Puerto Rico, the designer returned to NY, getting mixed up in tropical music picture. …

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