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1. Celia Cruz

  • Published: 2012-08-03T06:59:43Z
  • By DJLUIS
Celia Cruz

Celia Cruz (October 21, 1925 – July 16, 2003) was a Cuban-American and was one of the most successful salsa performers of the 20th century, having earned twenty-three gold albums. She was renowned internationally as the "Queen of Salsa" as well as "La Guarachera de Cuba. She spent much of her career living in New Jersey, and working in the United States and several Latin American countries. Leila Cobo of Billboard Magazine once said "Cruz is indisputably the best known and most influential female figure in the history of Cuban music. La reina de la Salsa.

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2. Salsa Cubana - DjLuis

  • Published: 2011-05-02T13:22:22Z
  • By DjLuis
Salsa Cubana - DjLuis

Cuban Salsa remix Enjoy! Es un pequeño homenaje a la Salsa Cubana de mi parte.

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4. La Sonora Poncena

  • Published: 2012-10-17T06:19:23Z
  • By DjLuis
La Sonora Poncena

La Sonora Ponceña is a Puerto Rican salsa band, founded in 1954 by Enrique "Quique" Lucca Caraballo. Quique's son, Papo Lucca, directs the band. The band has stayed active for a remarkable amount of time, recording dozens of albums, including a 55th anniversary album. Singers included Tito Gómez..

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7. Oscar de Leon

  • Published: 2012-08-04T00:30:21Z
  • By DJLUIS
Oscar de Leon

Oscar Emilio León Somoza, better known as Oscar D'León (born in Caracas, Venezuela on July 11, 1943) is a Venezuelan musician who became internationally famous for his salsa music. In Spanish, he is known as El Sonero del Mundo ("the Son Singer of the World") and el Faraón de la salsa ("the pharaoh of salsa"). Oscar D'León was a long-time resident of the Parroquia Antímano section of Caracas, he took interest in bass guitar early on, and would alternate in jobs as an auto mechanic (during the day) and bass player (at night) for local conjuntos [literally means an "assembly", but represents a small musical band popularized in Cuba, whereby musicians on bass, guitar, and percussion would all sing local folk songs]. As he acquired a reputation for being a solid bass player, clever improviser (he would improvise entire songs on the spot), humorous entertainer and dynamic singer (he used to dance with a double bass onstage while singing, a not-so-subtle physical feat), he founded orchestras such as La Golden Star and music groups such as Los Psicodélicos. Together with percussionist José Rodríguez and trombone players César Monge and José Antonio Rojas, he formed La Dimensión Latina in 1972.

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8. djluis

  • Published: 2015-10-10T15:03:51Z
  • By djluis
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