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World Minerals

wed 11 mar 2009 12:00 
Composer: Perez Prado

Salsa Fever.

Salsa is neither univocal nor uniform and most definitely not regional. It all started in the 1940s in New York and spread via the Caribbean and Latin American countries to places all over the world. The CD Salsa Fever, from which we will play a selection, contains mostly music from the early days of salsa including, among others, Tito Puente, Celia Cruz and Perez Prado. Artists who have paid a valuable contribution to the development of the irresistible salsa.
Playlist:
CD Salsa Fever (1998), Seeco Tropical STR 52057
1. Tu no tiene suerte – Perez Prado
2. Mambo Of The Times – Cheo Feliciano con Joe Cuba
3. Preparen Candela – Tito Puente & Mongo Santamaria
4. Ritmo De Mi Cuba – Celia Cruz & La Sonora Matancera
5. Maquino Landera – Ismael Rivera
6. Dulce Con Dulce – Vicentico Valdes
7. Baila Baila Vicente – Celia Cruz & La Sonora Matancera
8. Cambia El Paso – Orquesta Riverside
9. Humo – Celio Gonazalez & La Sonara Matancera
10. Llegue – Joe Cuba Sextet
11. Dejalo Que Suba – Cortijo Y Su Combo
12. Ta Bueno Pa Bailar – Tito Puente & Mongo Santamaria
13. Oye Como Va – Cheo Feliciano
14. Rock ‘n’ Roll – Celia Cruz & La Sonora Matancera
15. Chongolo – Ismael Rivera
16. Cantala Con Su Tambo – La Sonora Matancera
17. Guaguanco En Tropicana – Tito Puente & Mongo Santamaria
18. La Suerte De Don Porfirio – Cesar Concepcion
19. Siempre Sea – Joe Cuba Sextet
20. Piano Concerto – Joe Loco

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