"Salsa" Remakes Exposed

Discussion in 'Salsa Music' started by Myst, Sep 7, 2014.

  1. Myst

    Myst Tumbao

    Original- Sun Sun Babae, Curbelo

    And my favorite cover (I actually like it even better than the original) Raphael Labasta
  2. groovetpt

    groovetpt Capitán Del Estilo

    Roberto Anglero's composition Abicu, with Marvin Santiago on lead vocals and the great remake on Eddie Montalvo's album Desde Nueva York a Puerto Rico, with Tito Gonzalez on vocals.

    Last edited: Oct 29, 2014
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    I had not heard the original version until now, I have to say I prefer the Montalvo version......"tiene mucho swing". !!!!
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    Original version

    Santana Verison
  5. groovetpt

    groovetpt Capitán Del Estilo

    The whole Montalvo album is off the hook!

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    Puente Version Original

    Santana Version
  7. GroovyMambo

    GroovyMambo Sonero

    Actually, some would argue that the original is Cachao's Chanchullo. You've probably heard the story.

    (go to 33 min. mark).
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    Dude we had some peace and quiet for a few days, are you trying to stir things up? LOL!! Interesting argument though.....Much props to CACHAO!!!
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    the Sonero

    The Rebellion thread made me think of this one.

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  10. groovetpt

    groovetpt Capitán Del Estilo

    We all know the famous La Lupe version of the classic bolero Que Te Pedi, but I just discovered El Conde's awesome uptempo Salsa version.


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  12. groovetpt

    groovetpt Capitán Del Estilo


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    Who knew? I like the "new" version a whole lot better.

  14. rafa

    rafa Son

    Aymee Nuviola's "El ratón":
  15. Ron Obvious

    Ron Obvious Shine Officer

    How did I not think of this song before:

    Je l'aime à mourir by Francis Cabrel

    La Quiero A Morir by DLG (Dark Latin Groove)
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  16. vixen_en_vinilo

    vixen_en_vinilo Changui

    Can't believe no one has mentioned Micaela!

    Originally by Pete Rodriguez:

    Covered (and sped up substantially!) by La Sonora Carruseles:
  17. DJ Yuca

    DJ Yuca El Sabroso de Conguero

  18. Tomm

    Tomm Tumbao

    Guarare by van van

    ray barreto

    I like both :)
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    the Sonero

    I like that the announcer uses the proper name for the style of music that Ray Baretto composes. Don't you ;-)
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    the Sonero

    The los Van Van version is also a remake. Timbera Major did a threat about this on this forum before

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