All Time Greatest Salsa Hits - Your Picks?

Discussion in 'Salsa' started by DanceMentor, Apr 11, 2003.

  1. timbafreak

    timbafreak New Member

    Very true, unfortunately, in my first 6 months of salsa, I danced with a very advanced leader, who flung me around like a dish rag, and started telling me what I was doing wrong in the middle of the dancefloor. When I see him approach me know, I run in the other direction!
     
  2. squirrel

    squirrel New Member

    excuse my saying this, timbafreak... but that was no advanced leader!
    this also happened to me when I started dancing Salsa!
    and let me tell you, now I wouldn't dance with those guys in a million years!
    not only have they not improved, they are still giving lessons on the dance floor! gee... :evil: :evil: :evil: :argue: this is no attitude on the dance floor!
    and you'd better not dance with that guy again! he has serious attitude problems! :twisted: don't worry, you'll triumph one day! And he'll be sooooooooooooo sorry! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
     
  3. MacMoto

    MacMoto Active Member

    Squirrel's absolutely right, Timbafreak.
    When I danced with a very advanced leader for the first time, also in my first 6 months of salsa, he really opened my eyes to salsa dancing. It really felt like dancing, I was able to do things I'd never learned, and I was inspired.

    A very advanced leader should:
    - be able to adjust his dancing so his partner wouldn't feel she's totally out of her depth,
    - be able to make sure his partner enjoy the 3 minutes with him,
    - not fling anyone around like a dish rag -- the leader's supposed to make the follower look and, as SC says, feel good, and,
    - never, ever, give unsolicited advice during the dance.

    Timbafreak, you are perfectly right to give him a wide berth.
     
  4. billyg

    billyg New Member

    All time greatest salsa hits

    Some of m personal all time favourties :

    Lloraras - Oscar DeLeon
    El Rebelion - Joe Arroyo
     
  5. Sagitta

    Sagitta Well-Known Member

    Welcome to df billyg - you picked 2 classics! :)
     
  6. planky002

    planky002 New Member

  7. planky002

    planky002 New Member

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    The best songs are:
    No hasta falta nada, Volveras: Victor Mannuelle
    Contigo No: Conjunto Constanzo
    Mentirosa: Louis Ramirez & Ray de la Paz
    Anything by Hector Lavoe
    Anything by Celia Cruz
    Amor Para mi, Juliana: Cuco Valoy
    Tu rica boca: Bobby Valentin
    Anything by Cheo Feliciano
    Anything by Oscar D'León
    Etnia, Pueba de Fuego, Cariño: Grupo Niche
    Rumbera: Willy Chirino
    Lady Laura: Raulin
    Un verano en Neuva York: El Gran Combo
    Boranda: Sonora Ponceña
    Personal ideal, Horas Lindas: Adolescent's
    Talento de television: Willie Colon & Ruben Blades
    Que bueno baila usted: Benny Moré
    El Pito asi se goza: Isidro Infante
    Ven a Medellin: Grupo Gale
    Mi negrita me espera: Ismael Rivera
    Anything by Africando
    Perdoname: Gilberto Santa Rosa
    Adios: Machito
    Dulce con dulce: Johnny Pacheco & Conde
    Of course there are millions more! I wish I knew them all.

    bye
    In my hast to get this on the system I posted this in the wrong topic!
     
  8. Sagitta

    Sagitta Well-Known Member

    Welcome to df planky002! :)
     
  9. peachexploration

    peachexploration New Member

    Another welcome for planky002! :D
     
  10. n4t4c4

    n4t4c4 New Member

    My all time favourite is "Refugio di Amor" from the sound track of Dance with me.
     
  11. msjanemas

    msjanemas New Member

    I will make sure you get a copy of the CD siged by Mr. Mangual as soon as he gets back from Spain! I will also show him what you wrote.

    :wink:
     
  12. peachexploration

    peachexploration New Member

    Hi Msjanemas. Welcome to DF. :D
     
  13. Sagitta

    Sagitta Well-Known Member

    Welcome to df Msjanemas! :)
     
  14. msjanemas

    msjanemas New Member

    Hello Peach. I recognize a few people in here. I've looked around for a long time and never posted, but found that post very interesting and I had to respond :wink: Thank you too Sagitta for welcoming me.
     
  15. mambochino

    mambochino New Member

    Hello Dear. Good to see you made it to this board as well. :p 8)
     
  16. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    Any idea how to find it?
     
  17. peachexploration

    peachexploration New Member

  18. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    Kewl!! Thanks. :D
     
  19. msjanemas

    msjanemas New Member

    The original recording was in the first Tributo A Chano Pozo cd. It was a instrumental recording meant for teaching. The cd's tracks were divided in percussion as in bongo, timbal, conga, etc. Then it all came together in the final track called Cuero Na' Ma. Later Jose recorded the track with lyrics. The original cd is hard to find but not for me. Salsa hits 2002 has the tune but the composer listed is in error, thus a little dispute. Seems that Tito Puente also did a tune called Cuero Na' ma, but both songs are completely different.
     
  20. Sagitta

    Sagitta Well-Known Member

    Juliana by Cuco Valoy
    El Torero by Orquesta Guayacan
     

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