Label: Sakkaris Records - MC 50069/70 • Format: 2x, Cassette Compilation • Country: Greece • Genre: Latin • Style: Salsa
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"Oye Como Va! provides an incisive historical and contemporary overview of all the major popular musical genres defined as ‘Latin.’ Pacini Hernandez presents an insightful, coherent, eloquent, and engaging analysis of the hybridity of Latino musical practices, carefully documenting the ‘transnational’ musical interactions between Latinos in the United States and in their countries of by:
Jam-packed with Latin music classics and party favorites, Latino Party is a track double-disc compilation released by Sony Music in the United Kingdom in summer It's an impressive compilation that draws from the vast Sony catalog, including hit material by Latin music superstars like Ricky Martin, Shakira, and Gloria Estefan, and it's a great value at its television-advertised 10 8/
“Oye Como Va” is best described as an example of Puerto Rican music. Alas, there is a catch to this theory, too. In terms of its fundamental musical identity—its core style, form, and structure—“Oye Como Va” is neither principally American nor Puerto Rican, but rather Cuban.
"Oye Cómo Va" is a cha-cha-chá by Tito Puente, originally released on El Rey Bravo (Tico Records). The song achieved worldwide popularity in , when it was recorded by Mexican-American rock group Santana for their album Abraxas.
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