Si Tu Me Besas - Víctor Manuelle
i was at an event in colombia where the DJ introduced each song and gave some information about where it comes from and so on.
i have to say i...
..nice song! :)
just reporting back to say i finally found it
after 6 months of having this song somewhere in the back of my mind i found myself dancing to it...
i think your friends, like many people dont realise the role they play (or could play) in the survival & growth of the salsa music genre
i work as a DJ and in my opinion
its just naive and unprofessional DJing
it happens in all genres not just latin
DJ is standing behind the...
the song is called Pura Candela
The only recorded version im aware of is by Fruko
but it appears as though there is a live band playing in this...
im not an expert, nor a salsa instructor, but it would seem to me that the problem might be with the footsteps
perhaps you are taking one...
if the salsa is really good salsa , then i love a night of pure salsa! with maybe just one or two deviations away from it at some point in the...
well what is fast, to you?
for me, fast means the BPM is high and you would have to dance fast to stay in time with it.
given that salsa ranges...
gilberto santa rosa - la agarro bajando
love that song!:)
here he is performing that song in santa marta colombia with the sexy orquesta...
ahaaa found it!
milagros piñera - fragilidad
beautiful piece of work!:D
welcome to the club major swing!
its great to see someone discovering salsa!
it is a truely great phenomenon which has meaning to many people on...
i think that is another version also.
here is a small video of the one im referring to....
aaalright, it was a long shot! i know
anyway if you ever hear it... enjoy! it rocks
heres another one, hopefully somone might know...
im currently travelling around colombia checking out the salsa scene
i went to a nightclub the other night and heard this song
all i can...
heres a couple of songs i would like to ID
hope someone recognizes them;)
the first one features the chanting chorus "son de pachanga" but it...
hmmm this is a tough one.
"pakole - no me voy de aqui"
but i dont hear him saying the second part
which could be "ay , que bueno estar"
at first , the words salsa and regret seem not to belong anywhere near eachother..
but now that i think of it, i do have one regret
i have been...
suddenly salsa seems so much better in israel:(
we need to invite an instructor over to show how its done !
thankyou for the song suggestion,...
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